Jamie: Everyone at school today has been torturing her!
Vince: You kinda made it open season when you gave her a black eye!
Jeanette: Kate Wallis went to Martin Harris’ house willingly.
Denise: This is not the narrative that she’s presented on the record. It’s a glaring inconsistency in Kate’s story. This could help demonstrate that Kate bent the truth.
Jeanette: Kate won’t contribute to a narrative that paints her anything less than a saint. In reality, she’s a huge liar and now we have proof.
Jeanette: I have news, Mallory.
Mallory: I don’t care! You abandoned me!
Jeanette: I have a good reason. Kate Wallis…
Mallory: Shut up about Kate Wallis! A) she’s the worst, and B) she’s way out of your league.
Jeanette: She’s not.
Mallory: What’s wrong with your league? Our league with me and Vince?
Jeanette: Nothing! That’s not what I meant.
Jeanette: Why did you do it?
Jamie: I thought I was defending Kate. I didn’t have a reason not to believe her.
Jeanette: Over me? You knew me!
Jeanette: And now? Who do you believe?
Kate: Why isn’t she running faster?
Ashley: Because she’s running in heels.
Kate: No, she’s … run faster! He’s gaining on you! He’s gaining on you! Go, run! He’s gonna get you! Run!
Jamie: I’m planning on getting Kate a promise ring for her birthday.
Rod: That’s a pretty big commitment at 16.
Before you go calling me names and making me out to be the bad guy, I want you to remember EXACTLY how you ended up here.Martin
Kate: Then why would you send this letter?!
Joy: Because you need a bad guy! That is what motivates you since the time you were a little thing and I needed you to take this lawsuit seriously!
[Joy walks closer to Kate]
Joy: I didn’t protect you from Martin Harris, and I’m sorry. But I will die trying to protect you from everything else, even if you hate me for it.
Kate: I miss you too.
Cindy: I think your sister is lying and I think your dad is afraid to admit it. I know I shouldn’t tell you that.
Derek: Mom, no. No, you shouldn’t.
Cindy: Well, I have to because there is this ocean inside of me and it is spilling over and I need somebody to talk to, and I need to talk about it!
Cindy: I think this is the key to Martin Harris’ house.
Greg: It’s a little bit of a stretch, don’t you think?
Cindy: I know, just … call it a mother’s intuition. I feel it in my bones.
Jeanette: You seem happy.
Jeanette: Okay, good! Then we’re all happy! You can tell Ben we’re all happy, okay?
Cindy: I like you, Angela. I can see why Greg likes you. You’re so smart, you’re open, and you’re bold. Bold freaks Greg out a little bit, but deep down he likes it.
Angela: I like you too.
Cindy: I’m glad, and surprised that we can just sit here together like this. Cheers!
[They cheer glasses]