This Is Us Season 4 Episode 2: "The Pool: Part Two" Quotes
I wish you would have as much compassion for yourself as you do for me. Go to Chicago. Do this movie. Focus on your sobriety. You're going to be Jack's uncle for his entire life and he's going to need you at your best.Kate
You're 187 days old today. You know how I know that? Because I'm 187 days sober today, which seems like an eternity when you're trying not to drink but like no time for you. You're new. I'm not. I'm almost 40 and my most meaningful relationship is with a potted plant.Kevin
Rebecca: You're looking trim, Toby. How you holding up?
Toby: Honestly, I'm holding on by a thread. I've never been worried about so many things at the same time.
Rebecca: Is one of those things Kate?
Toby: I remember a few months ago when we learned that Jack had vision problems. I remember the new doctor coming in and saying retina something and then everything went wah wah, you know, Charlie Brown's mother, just noise. But I looked over at Kate and she was nodding and taking it all in like it was a weather report. My amazing wife. And she has been like that ever since. But she is overeating and I know that's how she deals with difficult emotions but to be honest, with all my worries, she's at the top of my list.
Randall: What was he talking to you about?
Deja: The Democratic primaries. I don't know. He was a weirdo. This bus is full of weirdos.
Miguel: Every time I see you, you seem skinnier.
KEvin: Are you doing Paleo or intermittent fasting?
Toby: More like intermittent stressing.
Toby: There are specialists who can teach you how to raise a blind baby on Yelp?
Kate: There's everything on Yelp. And I need pro-tips.
I am in way over my head with my sister and her son. He was premature and we just found out he was blind. I go to all his doctor's appointments but I don't know what to say.Kevin
Jack: Next week, those pre-pubescent monsters are not longer our problem between the hours of 8 AM and 5 PM.
[Jack and Rebecca high five]
Rebecca: I hated that high five. Hey, can we do something fun? I feel like we haven't seen the kids all summer.
Jack: That's because they're going into seventh grade. They don't want anything to do with us.