Maura, I told you never to hunch. You're not made for hunching.

Jane: Where am I going?
Maura: To offer moral support in case Cailin wants another one of my organs.

Maura: You slept with Raphael?
Jane: We didn't sleep, Maura.

The only time I wash my car is right before I sell it.

You just said the best line to get a woman to take her clothes off.

Maura: I feel very silly.
Jane: You're going to feel even sillier when I push you out with my feet.

You'd be even weirder than you are if you didn't want to know your biological mother.

Even if Mother Teresa gave a kidney to the half sister she never knew she would expect a call from her mother saying, I don't know, thanks for the organ.

Maura: It must be nice to follow in your father's footsteps.
Jane: No, then I'd be a plumber and you'd be a mob boss.

I still find it amazing they can suck out an organ through a straw.

Jane: Maura, what are you doing?
Maura: Looking for the oblivion of sleep.

Maura: She said I wasn't her daughter.
Jane: But then she remembered she needed your kidney for her real daughter, Kaylin.