Katherine: To Jon.
Lenny: Why the hell are we toasting him? He's still at work.

Gary: How are you doing?
Eddie: That depends. How are we doing?
Gary: We've been better, but we can try and get back there.

Maggie: I'm scared, OK? I'm scared to start dreaming all over again. Give me time.
Tom: You don't have time.

It's not easy being the strong one, the responsible one, but I promise you, everything your mom does, she does out of love. And sometimes putting on a brave face and pretending everything is fine, that's the hardest job of all.


Maggie: Now this is the part that you tell me I'm different.
Gary: No, this is the part where I tell you I'm different.
Maggie: I don't think you are. I know I'm a therapist, and my job is to tell people that they can change, but I don't think you can. You should go.

Rome: I hate my job. I hate it! I hate myself for doing it. I hate the people that I work with. It's soul-crushing. I want to quit my job, and I want to make my movie.
Regina: That's what you should do then.
Rome: What about money, Gina?
Regina: We don't have kids. We can sell this place, get something cheaper. We'll figure it out.
Rome: Yeah.
Regina: Yeah. I didn't realize it was this bad. I'm sorry I didn't see it. I should have seen it.

One of the survivors that they interviewed said something that I have been thinking about, uh, a lot lately. She said, "It's not that I don't want to live, it's that I don't want to live like this."


Love is weird. We don't always get to choose who and how we love. Sometimes it just chooses us.


Delilah: Hey, you didn't have to embarrass my dad like that.
Jon: I was trying to keep him from giving a drink to my friend with a drinking problem.
Delilah: Oh, of course, answer the phone.
Jon: Hey, everything I do, I do for this family.

It doesn't feel like you're protecting us. It feels like you're erasing him.


This is ridiculous, you won't even look at me? I know you're angry. What I did, what we did was wrong, but there are things about our marriage you didn't know. Jon was working all the time, but even when he was home he wasn't there, and he was really distant for the last two years. I felt invisible, and Eddie saw me.


I know that you're upset, but I also know that you're hurting. Talk to her.