Mr. Robot Season 1 Episode 9: "m1rr0r1ng.qt" Quotes
In that moment, it's just you and absolute power. Nothing else. That moment stayed with me. I thought I'd feel guilty for being a murderer but... I don't. I feel wonder.Tyrell
Angela: I'm not working there. They killed my mother.
Terry Colby: Every fast food joint around the corner delivers diabetes to millions of people. Philip Morris hands out lung cancer on the hour, every hour. I mean hell, everyone is destroying the planet beyond the point of no return. Are you really going to start taking all of these things so personally?
Angela: Maybe I will. Maybe someone has to.
Terry Colby: A suggestion? If you want to change things, perhaps you should try from within.
Mr. Robot: This anger was never at me, it was at you. Please, Elliot, you don't have to be angry at yourself anymore. Just let it go. Please let it go.
Elliot: You're right. I was angry, I was angry at myself. I hated myself for doing what I did to you. I'm ready to let go.
Tyrell: Phillip please don't do this. I was on a track.
Phillip: There was a moment, a point in your recent past, a mistake, a compulsion, a decision, something that led you to this point right now. My only advice to you is to find that moment, understand it; it's the only way to reconcile this failure with yourself.
Joanna: I didn't think it was possible to love anyone so much again. He reminds me of her.
Joanna: She was a girl, but still. They look similar.
Tyrell: Who are you talking about?
Joanna: I was fifteen. It was all so... functional, the process. A lot of forms, address filing... signatures. You'd think I was signing up for a mobile plan. Her parents seemed nice. At the time anyway. I hope they stayed that way.
Tyrell: Why didn't you tell me?
Joanna: I didn't tell anyone who didn't need to know. I try everyday to erase that moment. It was cruel what I did. I try to forgive myself. I try to forget. Both seem impossible.
Young Elliot: How come I'm not in trouble?
Mr. Robot/Elliot's father: Even though what you did was wrong, you're still a good kid. And that guy was a prick. Sometimes that matters more.