[to Margaux] Emily is not worth your time. Besides, revenge is a dangerous game.

Victoria

Ben: I do understand how hard it is to break people's trust in order to protect them. Not being able to be yourself, having to push people away, it gets to you after a while. It's lonely. So while I don't know exactly what you've been through, I know it must have been for the right reasons if you were willing to sacrifice so much.
Emily: Thank you for saying that.
Ben: So what do you say that tomorrow, we start over?
Emily: I'd like that very much.

Emily: I'm sorry.
Ben: I was relieved, actually. All this time I thought the reason you always acted so weird around me was because of me.

You and Emily need more time together and I need to mourn my son. We need to go our separate ways, David. Goodbye.

Victoria

Emily: I'm not sure it'll be that easy to explain all this to Ben.
Jack: It'll be easier than you think.

[to Jack] I was out of options, but I knew that you and my father were working together and that, you'd be alright.

Emily

Emily: You driven by the guilt you have for what you did to him?
Victoria: Love is complicated.

[to Malcolm] You don't put a majestic peacock in a cage with a howler monkey.

Victoria

[to Emily] Who would have thought that after all was said and done, you and I would die together?

Victoria

Like they say, sanity's relative. Unless, of course, your relatives are insane.

Nolan

I appreciate that after everything you still believe in the justice system, Jack, but everyone bends the rules when it pays. Or when it suits them. Even you.

David

Just goes to show you can't judge the honey by looking at the bee.

Louise

Revenge Quotes

My father once wrote, always question where your loyalty lies. The people you trust will expect it, your greatest enemies will desire it and those you treasure the most will without fail, abuse it.

Emily Thorne

The greatest weapon anyone can use against us is our own mind. By preying on the doubts and uncertainties that already lurk there. Are we true to to ourselves? Or do we live for the expectations of others? And if we are open and honest, can we ever truly be loved? Can we find the courage to release our deepest secrets, or in the end are we all unknowable... even to ourselves.

Emily