Margaret Reed Quotes

Margaret: The young woman I was talking to earlier is my daughter. Yeah. I know. The abridged version is she wants to emancipate from me, and I am dealing with it.
Lacey: Wow, OK. First, you don't have to deal with it on your own. And second, are you really going to sign the emancipation docs?
Margaret: She's never asked me for anything before. It's the least I can do. I haven't been Taylor's mom for a long time. Not since Jamie went missing. Lacey: Emancipation is permanent, Margaret.
Margaret: I'm aware
Lacey: Did her dad put her up to this?
Margaret: I doubt it. I mean, Taylor's always been really headstrong. And Daryl's not a bad person. The reason he went for full custody of the kids was because he saw what I couldn't. That my inability to stop looking for Jamie was hurting our other kids more. Distance and time brings clarity. So Daryl made the right call.

Margaret: You know, you never questioned me going to the bus station every night and, and you didn't even bat an eye at the idea of Jenny being a sex worker
Dhan: People have a reason for doing what they have to do. Screw judgment.

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Gabi: Who is this?
Reporter: Sarah Holden, Senator Holden's missing daughter.
Gabi: Sarah went missing 29 hours ago while playing in the park with her brother. There isn't a person in America who hasn't seen Sarah's face all over their TVs, highly increasing her chances of being found. Now who is this? [silence] This is why there will always be a need for what I do. Tasheika has been missing from the DC area for the last two weeks, and no one is talking about her. I sincerely hope they find Sarah. I do. But while you keep prioritizing the missing high-profile blonde girls of the world. My team and I will gladly continue to pick up the slack for the rest.

Gabi: We're a crisis management firm. We are PR specialists, lawyers, tech experts, and private investigators, all doing the job the police seem too busy to do.
Reporter: And what do you say to the people who call you vigilantes?
Gabi: We find missing people who have slipped through the cracks and bring them home. You're talking to a woman who, 20 years ago, had to rescue herself from her kidnapper because no one was looking.