Carol: Y'all are too kind for doing this.
Marjan: Don't mention it, Mrs. Strickland. Paul's family is our family.

You're overwhelmed with joy, which is great, and I'm just overwhelmed.


I'm sorry you didn't get the chance to say goodbye to your big sister, but I didn't kill her. She never existed. Not really.


I'm sorry I never dealt with you. I was just a kid myself when I first left home. I was 17, and I barely had the language or the understanding of what I was going through let alone the ability to explain it to a 9 year old.


I wanted to have an adventure while I still can.


Owen: We'll be fine. You know why?
TK: Because we put our lives in each other's hands every day?
TK: Because if we aren't, your mother is going to kill me.

You say I'm mad because you left, no. I'm mad because she did. And she never said goodbye.


I was nine years old. I was nine years old and I had a sister who I worshipped. She was my world, and then she left and nobody explained why.


Women? Women? You of all people don't get to play the gender card.


TK: Dad, I've been on you about this for months. What made you change your mind?
Owen: I am going to be a father.

Gwyn: I don't want pasta!
Owen: Then what do you want!
Gwyn: I want to have this baby!
Oen: So do I!

Sometimes it's not what people say, it's what they don't say.


9-1-1: Lone Star Quotes

Owen: Well, I'm flattered, but if you're gonna put diversity first, shouldn't you hire somebody who's, you know, diverse?
Radford: We need somebody like you. We need somebody who truly understands how much rebuilding this house is gonna heal the community.

Doctor: You were at Ground Zero when the buildings came down, yes?
Owen: [nods] Yeah.
Doctor: Then I don't have to tell you by the 20th anniversary of 9/11, more survivors who were there that day and during the cleanup will get sick or die than people killed on 9/11 itself.
Owen: This is going to kill me, isn't it?