Ace: It's not a supernatural issue after all. That's...different.
Tom: Are you all broomstick people?

George: Why do you think I'm so prickly sometimes? Because the world expects me to be polite, super high-achieving, and awesome at math.
Nick: Sounds frustrating.
George: Maybe not as frustrating as having white guys argue with you about why they can use racial slurs.

Nick: There's this guy in The Claw, and he comes in every week. And he loves to sing along with rap lyrics, and he says the "N" word a lot.
George: So why don't you just tell him to stop?
Nick: Because then they just say, "why do you get to say it, but I don't?" And then I have to argue with them about how that word is offensive, knowing full well that they're not going to hear me. Explaining yourself all the time is just exhausting. It's easier just to keep quiet than be the angry black guy.

Nancy, I appreciate you, but I went to MIT and you went to a thrift store to buy that hat, okay?


George: She moved on and found a love.
Odette: No.

Somebody knows what happened to Dolores.

This precinct is on lockdown.


Why is that camera different than the others?

Amanda: What's the deal with you and Nancy? You two ever hook up?
Ace: What?
Amanda: I just get a vibe. And if you did, I wouldn't be mad at it. I mean, she is foxy.
Ace: There's no vibe. We're just friends.

You know, I have this pattern of relying on other people to make myself feel loved. And I know it's unhealthy, but I'm just terrified of being alone.


Nick: Okay, my loft's mostly made of bricks. It's way more fire-resistant than this place.
Bess: Yes, and it's nearly empty because you have no tenants!
Nick: What?
Bess: Does that hit a sore spot?

George: So Ace and Amanda are a thing now?
Bess: Oh, do we like her?
Nancy: She's competent.

Nancy Drew Quotes

Nancy: Nick and I are seeing each other. He seems to have an issue with me not acknowledging this publicly and has decided now is the time to rectify this.
Nick: Consider it rectified. I feel much better.

Carson: I've just been buried at work.
Nancy: Poor word choice, given recent events.