Jeremiah: I thought you'd given up on me.
Barbara: No Jerry, not then, not ever.

Hank: Families can be like magnets. The more you try to push them together, the more they slide apart.
Divya: Unless you turn them around.

Evan: I can't even comprehend it. How does a guy just walk out on people like that?
Hank: Practice.

We've never really been close, even when I was little. That's why they have dogs.

Jeremiah

If your head needs to roll, I will be the one to drop the blade.

Boris

This situation is dire enough as it is, wouldn't you agree? Concealing it or even the appearance of concealing it can only aggravate it and me further. Am I clear?

Boris

Me and my underdog sperm will by right here when you get back, screening the movie Rudy for inspiration.

Evan

Even my dad, the reformed hustler and flake has beaten me to the altar.

Hank

Life just keeps throwing us curve balls, doesn’t it? Curve balls filled with anxiety.

Hank

This hospital is non-partisan, Paige. We kiss all VIP asses equally.

Evan

Paige: I know you won't be saying things like that if I ever get pregnant.
Evan: When you get pregnant.

Divya: I'm not worried about finding something fancy. I am worried about finding something I can fit in to.
Evan: I actually have an old camping tent you can borrow if you like.