Boss: See, I figured out where you were getting your stories, but what I can't figure out is why you're not writing the most important one. I mean, who's behind the God Account.
Cara: Well, it's not my story to tell.
Boss: According to his podcast, you guys are close to uncovering God's identity. Is that true?

Boss: If you don't mind me asking, where are you finding them? What I mean is, these people you're profiling, they don't seem random.
Cara: Well, a good journalist never reveals their source.

Arthur: I met with Lester and one of the other board members to talk about election strategy.
Trisha: And it didn't go well?
Arthur: They suggested that it might be best if I pretended not to have an atheist son and a gay daughter.

Rakesh: So why come back to sabotage you now?
Simon Hayes: Because I'm on the verge of changing the world in a way he never could, and he can't face it. He can't admit the fact that I'm about to fulfill the dream that he walked away from, so he'd rather destroy it. And I need you to help me prevent that from happening. Can I count on you?

Look Miles, I know you probably don't want to hear this, but there is a chance you guys missed the last off-ramp to romance and now are about to stay on the Friends Freeway. Forever.


Yeah, I mean who knew God liked Italian?


Vivian: Do you believe in soul mates?
Miles: You sound like Cara. But no, I believe in love. Soul mates, it feels too easy, like we're supposed to just sit back and wait for something to happen. No, love is more than that. It's a collection of shared experiences that lets you know they're the one.

I know what she's going through. Okay? I went through it with Eli. You think she wants to be having these feelings, these doubts? You don't think she wants to feel the same way that he does about her? Yeah, it sucks, but it's not her fault Miles. She needs to know what happened. They both do.


Reverand Andrew: I know how to write a sermon.
Ali: Not at his church.

I had a friend once who was in the exact same position you're in and he thought I didn't have his back, but I did. I wanted to see him go to the majors more than anyone else. And I knew that if I told him the truth, it would cost us our friendship.


Arthur: It takes a certain skill to order the perfect takeout.
Ali: Mmm ... like a phone?

Andrew: If you study the universe, I mean, really look at it, it's hard not to be humbled by the scope and beauty of its design. Science can explain the how, but I started asking the bigger question of why, and the answer I found was both simple and profound.
Arthur: God.
Andrew: Yeah.

God Friended Me Quotes

I found that people are not looking for miracles, Miles. They're looking for hope. And you only get that from people who have struggled and make the choice to keep going.


Sometimes the stories we thought we over are anything but, and we realize that happy endings are rarely easy, or simple, or expected as we thought, but that doesn't mean they aren't worth it.