Rox: You needed a friend.
Ethan: Is that what we are? Friends?
Rox: The same thing that attracts me to you, terrifies me.

You're afraid if you start crying, you might never be able to stop. It's hard to imagine...but you will. I lost my family too. I know. The pain is almost too much to bear.

Leanne [to Owen]

That's why I'm selling that house. My son is living in his brother's coffin and he can't get out.


You need to talk to your husband. If he doesn't love you for who you are, he shouldn't be your husband.

Noa [to patient]

I'm sorry, but this is real life. And in real life, we are responsible for the people we care about. You can't just ignore him!

Leanne [to Ariel, about Max]

She doesn't want to see him because it hurts too much. You have to teach her it'll hurt more not to.

Jesse [to Leanne]

Leanne: How'd you get him to change his mind?
Ariel: I told him someone else asked me.
Jesse: Doesn't matter how old you are, women got the same tricks.

Remy: I read that article about the kids at the game. I know it ain't exactly how you wanted it to turn out but I was just going to say that you did good with the kids. You gave them a chance to have their voices heard, you know.
Nova: Their voices got twisted by adults who don't know any better. They have so much potential, everyone's trying to shame it and push it down.

She made the most of a life she was talked into. I don't ever want to be talked into anything. Not again.


I'm so sorry for breaking your forever.

Ralph Angel

Mara: How are you?
Glenn: Scared. Sick.
Mara: That's OK. Even hardened criminals get scared before a job.
Glenn: You're lying, but thank you so much.

Oliver's wrong. He hasn't spent more time in the program than anyone else. Since he left, Alexis and I have spent much more time in there, and we're not insane. Are we?

Paul [to Mara]