Brady: I’ll find another farm.
Jack: Yeah, go ahead. If you don’t care about your life, then why should I?

Brady: You wanna know what I think?
Jack: No.
Brady: I think me being successful on my own is killing you.
Jack: What, so your definition of success is working for a drug dealer?

Hope: I think dermatology is a waste of money. There’s nothing soap and water can’t do.
Muriel: Oh, Hope, no! You have been terribly misinformed. I mean, consistent dermatologic care is why no one would ever guess that you and I are close in age.

Mel: You know, you’re one of the reasons I’m still standing?
Jack: What do you mean?
Mel: I wouldn’t have lasted more than two days in Virgin River if it wasn’t for you. So, thanks.

Joey: Maybe… the worst is behind you.
Mel: Well, how do you know when you’re done grieving?
Joey: I think it’s when the memory of someone brings peace instead of pain.

Only 10% of felonies end in conviction. Ninety percent of those are because the suspect confessed. If they haul you in, there’s only one thing to do. Deny.

Connie

I would give anything for just one more afternoon with the love of my life, and yours is just a few blocks away. I don’t want you to miss your chance just because you’re playing it safe.

Lilly

You got your ex-girlfriend pregnant, and you’re in love with someone else! I don’t think you’re in the position to be handing out advice on women to anyone.

Ricky

Jack: I have to say I think you’re spending a lot of time with Lizzie and I’m not sure that that’s the best idea.
Ricky: She’s got nothing to do with anything.

Hope: The first anniversary of her husband’s death, and you couldn’t give her the day off.
Doc: Mel told us both that she wants this to be a normal day.
Hope: I don’t care what she said. Mel isn’t like me. She’s sensitive.

I can’t say I know what you’re going through, but I do know it can’t be easy.

Doc

Virgin River Season 2 Episode 7 Quotes

Joey: Maybe… the worst is behind you.
Mel: Well, how do you know when you’re done grieving?
Joey: I think it’s when the memory of someone brings peace instead of pain.

Hope: The first anniversary of her husband’s death, and you couldn’t give her the day off.
Doc: Mel told us both that she wants this to be a normal day.
Hope: I don’t care what she said. Mel isn’t like me. She’s sensitive.