The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 2: "Mushrooms, Tasers, and Bears, Oh My!" Quotes
Grace: Hey, it's Cassie, right?
Cassie: Hey, yeah.
Grace: That seemed weirdly intense with Jada. Is everything okay?
Cassie: Oh. ( chuckles ) Yeah. Thanks. I'm doing this whole "trying to be a good person" thing. It's hard.
Grace: Wow. Good for you. Yeah, good luck with that. I'm Grace, I'm not a good person, but I really respect your journey.
Grace: Yeah. Actually, I'm doing a bar night in Berlin. You should definitely come.
Cassie: Um, thank you for the invite, but I actually have to work when I get there.
Grace: Cool. Wait, you have work in Germany?
Cassie: Uh, yeah. It's like, uh, this computer thing. A little side gig, you know. Every penny counts.
Benjamin: You do good work, Bowden. But we both know you have a habit off getting too involved with your marks.
Cassie: Okay, that is quite the exaggeration, don't you think?
Benjamin: Tokyo? Madrid?
Cassie: Okay. No, no, that--
Benjamin: What about that absolutely insane stand-off you got in a Moscow restaurant you had to flee?
Cassie: That was not my fault, okay? That was an impulse thing. No, scratch that. That sounded bad. No, it wasn't. I just, I don't get a lot on these people. I get a photo and a name, and I'm very curious. Isn't that part of my job?
Benjamin: Bowden, if you have an operational issue with the way the CIA assigns--
Cassie: I don't. No, no, I don't. I just-- I like to go above and beyond, and sometimes in the moment, I get a little...
Benjamin: I'll stop you there.
Cassie: Yeah, you should.
Benjamin: You're not a CIA officer. You are a civilian asset, emphasis on the word "civilian." Please remember that for your safety.
Cassie: Benjamin, I hear you, and I get it, I promise.
Benjamin: Commit that photo to memory. I know that you carry them on you and that's a really bad idea.
Cassie: Consider it memorized.
Cassie: Oh, my God, LA traffic is insane, but I am not late. Mark that down in your little notepad.
Benjamin: If you're not early, you're late.
Cassie: Okay, Benjamin, that is an impossible bar I will never be able to reach. Also, why are we in a parking deck?
Benjamin: The office picked it for your convenience. I would've picked Hollywood Park Off Track Betting.
Cassie: Oh, you're a gambling man. I'm learning little bits and pieces about you.
Cassie: I'm not saying I'm gonna eat all these donuts but I'm definitely gonna eat all these donuts.
Brenda: The curse of giving up booze.
Cassie: You're my sponsor. Say something wise.
Brenda: I thought I was acing recovery once, until I burned my house down.
Cassie: Jesus, Brenda, why does every one of your stories have to end in some horrific trauma?
Brenda: I'm your sponsor because it helps me with my own recovery. If you want to eat the donuts, eat the donuts.
Cassie: Hi, I'm Cassie, and I'm an alcoholic.
Group: Hi, Cassie.
Cassie: Most of you know my story by now. Um, since I quit drinking, I've been making changes. I moved to LA. Started dating this great guy, Marco. Picked up a part-time job. But I'm still flying. I'm still a flight attendant. But I feel like I'm turning into this whole other person, like, in a really good way, you know? And I know what they say about moving too fast, you know, no big life changes in the first year, but, I'm two days away from being a year sober. I'm really excited, and I know, one day at a time and all, but I gotta tell you, just, my life and everything, it just all feels... pretty great.