Hen: I'm so--I'm sorry, Chim. I'm, I'm just a little distracted.
Chimney: Look, I know. And I'm sorry. But I can't do this without you. I need my partner back.
Hen: I'm here. I'm with you.
Lena: Fighting was supposed to be a healthy outlet, not an obsession.
Eddie: It's not. It just got out of hand tonight.
Hen: Karen, you're not the only one feeling the loss.
Karen, I, I don't know how to do what you do, Hen. How to just, put it away.
Hen: I haven't put anything away. I'm sad, too. I got really attached to the idea of a new baby.
Karen: Oh. I guess maybe that's the difference. Those embryos were just an idea to you. But each one of them was actually a part of me.
Chimney: I feel redundant.
Hen: I'm not sure why we're even here.
I need the suspension to be over before I start redecorating the damn house.Athena [to Bobby]
Bobby: A wardrobe malfunction can be the most dangerous part of figure skating.
Chimney: So how come you know so much about figure skating?
Bobby: My partner Heidi Shatsky and I were Twin Cities junior champions three years running.
Eddie: I always thought you were a hockey player, Cap.
Bobby: Who says you can't do both?
Buck: Found two fingers, Cap. Still looking for the other ones.
Eddie: Hey, I got the pinkie!
Buck: All right. Three down, one to go.
McCluskey: Criminals are dumb. They won't ever admit that. I mean, they all think they're geniuses. Smarter than us for damn sure.
Athena: Sounds like you admire that.
McCluskey: I find it useful. Always let them think they have the upper-hand.
Beatrice: Heard your life blew up again.
Athena: I have regrets about Emmett and how he died, but I do not regret this family. I love you all and I could not imagine my life without you in it.
Bobby: We all love you, too.
Hen: You know, you once told me, that it's the not knowing that haunts us. You were talking about yourself.
Athena: Well, I've seen what comes from living with ghosts, the toll it takes.
Elaine: I'm sorry if I stepped in it the other night. I didn't know that ---
Athena: That I haven't talked about Emmett in twenty years. There's no way you could have known.