I should have left you a long time ago.
Janine: When we were at the farm, when we were hiding, Alma said we have to wait for June. She made sure we waited for you. She loves you. She loved you. They all loved you like a real, real love.
June: I know that.
Janine: Did you tell the eyes where to find us? We didn’t tell anyone where we were going just like you said.
June: They had her. They had Hannah, OK.
Janine: You saw her.
June: And I didn’t know what they were going to do to her. I didn’t know if they were going to hurt her. And she really scared, so yes, I told them where you were, OK. You would have done the same thing.
Janine: You don’t know what I would have done.
June: All right.
Janine: Maybe I would have done something better, something smarter.
June: Like what, huh? Like what, Janine? Something stupid and dangerous, and then I would have had to save your ass again.
Janine: This is stupid and dangerous. We’re going to the front of the war in a refrigerator. I wouldn’t have told them where we were. You know that’s why they’re dead.
June: I should have left you a long time ago.