Why didn't she want me to know?


Public outcry is one of the few things that ICE is afraid of.


Lena: What did you say to Callie about getting involved in all this?
Stef: I don't know exactly what to say to her.
Lena: Well, at least she didn't put her life in danger.
Stef: Yeah, well, I guess that's something, huh?
Lena: It was for a good reason.
Stef: It always is, isn't it?

Ximena: Thank you so much for everything that you're doing for me, but I don't know how to pray to a God that allows my family to be torn apart.
Pastor Nicole: Oh, I don't pray to that God either. I don't believe in a God that controls every little thing that happens on Earth. I don't think that God controls who wins a football game or the Grammy's. I believe in Emmanuel, the name we give Jesus at Christmas. It literally means "God with us," and God is with you always, on things big or small. In the strength you have to keep going, in your hope, in other people.

AJ: What were you guys fighting about?
Callie: You, mostly. It's always you.

Jude: I hate not knowing if Callie is OK.
Noah: Well both our moms are there. Everything is going to be fine.
Jude: You don't know that. You don't know Callie.
Noah: Whatever happens, I'm here, always. I love you.
Jude: I love you, too.

Callie: I care about you so much, but...
Aaron: But, what?
Callie: I think we need to take a big step back.