Evan: Abby, ever since I came to Chesapeake Shores, I have been happy, truly, simply happy. I never knew what family was until I met yours. I love your daughters. I love your dad. I love all the O'Briens, but mostly, I love you. Abby O'Brien, will you be my wife?
Abby: Evan. Yes, yes, I would like that very much.

Little Mick is perfect, and he has a perfect name.


Bree: Are you freaking kidding me? Is that really it? You're not even going to tell me why you're leaving?
Luke: You know why.
Bree: Oh, because you're not good enough for me because you're bad luck?!
Luke: You are a wonderful person, Bree. I don't, I don't want to burden you with my troubles.
Bree: Burden me! OK? Be bad luck! I don't care. I'll, I'll, I'll smash a mirror! I'll walk under a dozen ladders! It doesn't matter! I love you. And I think, I think that you love me, too.
Luke: Don't you see? It's because I love you that I have to go. Your life would be so much better without me, Bree.
Bree: Stop it, stop it, stop it! Do not dress this up as if you are doing me a favor, OK. You do not get to make decisions on my behalf. I make my own decisions! And I know that my life is better with you in it!
Luke: I'm sorry.
Bree: What? At least come to the wedding. I think you owe me that much.
Luke: No. If I go to the wedding, that would mean I'd come back to the O'Briens, to you. It's better if I make a clean break. Goodbye, Bree O'Brien.

Kevin: So listen, Dad. About the, uh, wedding night. Connor and I have put together a few index cards.
Mick: Let's just do this.
Kevin: That's the second card!
Mick: Why, I oughtta...

Abby: I love you, and I love you, which is a pretty great combination.
Evan: Isn't it? I love you, and I like you, too.

I owe you both a lifetime of homecooked meals.


Hey, what do you say we rent a couple kayaks, see who capsizes first.


Megan: I came by to pick up something old.
Mick: Well, here I am.

Evan: I understand you offered Mandrake a job.
Abby: He was available. So you talked to Mandrake.
Evan: I did.
Abby: Did you unfire him?
Evan: I tried to. He's weighing his options.

There's something you need to know about Evan. He sometimes has moods. He calls them hibernations. He locks himself away and doesn't communicate with anyone except for business.


Oh, I'm so sorry. Are we worried about the guy who abandoned my pregnant mother and left her to raise a child on her own?


Mick: I'd have clocked her, too.
Abby: Not helping, dad.