YOU Season 1 Episode 5: "Living with the Enemy" Quotes
Were you watching me sleep? Creeper.Beck
Beck: Ron and Claudia again? Can't you say something?
Joe: I don't like to mess with other people's lives.
You're teaching me to be more patient, and God knows I need the help when it comes to your friends. For some reason, we share our nights with your friends and appointment viewing like The Bachelor. How can self-respecting women tolerate this crap? Sometimes I swear I'm the only real feminist you know.Joe
Joe: Peach tried hard to get you for a girl's night, but you chose me. Joe: 2. Peach: Buckus.
Posted anonymously. Yikes! This looks old, but casual racism is evergreen, and the internet is turning against Annika at the speed of outrage.Joe
I hear what goes on when Ron gets drunk. I get it. You want options, legally defensible options. Maybe you're trying to figure out what will happen if you take a swing at Ron? Put yourself between him and your mom? Well screw the book, I can tell you what happens. Best case, you hurt him. Worse case he hurts you back. Someone at school will see what he did to you and next thing you know CPS is at your door. You have 30 minutes to pack a bag. Your mom loses custody. You get punted from group home to group home to group home until your 18, or you get fed up and see if you can hack it on the streets. Maybe you can do that. I couldn't.Joe
Peach: Hard not to stare, huh? Rodger keeps it tight. I guess the book business isn't always so pale and flaccid.
Joe: Did Beck tell you I started jogging?
Peach: Fun. Runner's high is better than sex and for some they last longer.
Joe Voiceover: Touche bitch.
Joe: Honestly I'm starting to think people who run just hate themselves.
Peach: No. It's all about the music, Joseph. Find the right song and the whole thing becomes effortless like Rodger and Beck. Can I be honest? She's lucky she has me. Beck rarely knows what's best for her.
I know what it's like to be in love with you Beck. This is not what love looks like. This is not how love behaves. This is the work of a sick mind. Let's call it what it is perversion. Now I understand why Peach is setting you up for failure. She's not threatened by you. She's obsessed with you. She wants to watch you, have you, control you like she controls every other piece of her life. She wants you all to herself. Beck, you have a stalker.Joe Voiceover
Joe Voiceover: Stop me if you've heard this one before. A girl grows up in a strict old money family where any deviations from tradition are punished. Two choices: be like them, or be excommunicated. No love, no money. At some point, she makes a friend. That's you, Beck. She develops a harmless crush, and it's 2018, who gives a shit if she's gay, or bi, or pan, or just a mortal in the presence of your dangerous and exceptional pheromones? I'll tell you who, her family. So she takes her normal, healthy feelings and crushes them -- nurses them in a dark secret place for years until they mutate into an obsession -- a sickness. And now your best friend is a stalker and a sociopath, and oh God, a liar. Runner's high is a myth. Why the hell did I take up running again? I'm in hell, Beck, even if I can show the proof you wouldn't believe me, and now you're not even talking to me. Which means you're in trouble.
It is exhausting being your friend!Beck
Peach: I just wanted to say you were right. I'm a bitch. I'm sorry.
Beck: Peach, what's going on?
Peach: Nothing, I just took some pills.
Beck: What pills?
Peach: All of them.
Beck: This isn't the first time Peach has tried to kill herself.
Joe: You're kidding.
Beck: I have talked her off of a ledge more times than I can count, so when she needs me she really needs me.
Joe: I understand.
Joe Voiceover: I understand that I'm too late. There's too much history. I understand that without a shadow of a doubt. Peach wins.