Good Trouble Season 3 Episode 8: "Trust" Quotes
Our first murder case. This is big! We should get a picture.Rowan
Malika: I guess I'm here because everyone thinks I need to talk to someone.
Therapist: Who's everyone?
Malika: Well, uh, my boyfriend, Isaac, and a friend at work.
Therapist: And what do you think?
Malika: I think I'm a little confused.
Isaac: You interested in having a relationship with Dyonte?
Malika: No. Dyonte is my friend, and that's it. You are my man.
So Jamie, how'd you like to be third chair on this case?Mark
So, what's the deal between you and the Ken doll?Kathleen [to Callie]
Malika: I have feelings for someone else. A guy I work with. His name is Dyonte.
Therapist: And what do you find appealing about Dyonte?
Malika: He's kind and supportive. We have a similar story, he just woos me, I can't explain it. And I want to be close to him. He makes me happy.
Callie: I was told you were being investigated by the FBI. Is that true?
Kathleen: Probably. Feds don't like it when you beat them in court.Gives them a reason to open bullshit investigations about you.
Callie: So you're not surprised.
Kathleen: I haven't been surprised since my mom dropped dead.
Katheleen: I never want to be blindsided again,so I expect the worst and am only surprised when it doesn't happen.
Callie: I understand. My mom died suddenly in a car accident when I was ten.
Katheleen: That explains your determination, your grit, and why you have trouble trusting people, right?
Callie: A little.
Kathleen: Me too. I'm sorry. You were too young to lose your mom.
Callie: Yeah, so were you.
Kathleen: By the way, who told you I was being investigated by the FBI.
Callie: My ex, Jamie.
Kathleen: That makes sense. And remember, when they rattle you, you rattle them right back.
Therapist: It sounds like you feel a desire to have a relationship with both of these men.
Malika: Yeah, but I feel like it's wrong.
Malika: Because I feel like I'm being selfish. Why can't one relationship be enough?
Therapist: Why does it have to be? Monogamy is just a social construct. We've been conditioned to value having one significant partner, but for many people, consensual non-monogamy feels more natural for them. Many people believe polyamory is an orientation or an identity, not simply a lifestyle choice, but it's hardwired into them.