I understand that you're angry. Believe me. I get it.


Delilah: Sophie, wait. Sophie, I want to talk to you. 
Sophie: You killed dad!

Eric: My brand is more cuddly but hard to get. A mystery wrapped in a cardigan.
Maggie: Oh yeah? How many dates have you been on?
Eric: Well, let me see, there was the one with ... none. Not one.

Katherine: I'm sorry, Delilah. I can't help but feel partially responsible. 
Delilah: You didn't know this was going to happen.
Katherine: But you did.

Therapist: No one is saying that people successfully dealing with mental health issues can't adopt.
Rome: They don't have to say it. That's how they feel. They look at people with mental illness differently. That's why I didn't seek help earlier. The way you and I were raised, doc. Black men weren't allowed to cry. We were taught to be tough because the world is going to be that much tougher on us. Never tell anyone how you feel. The only one you ask for help is Jesus. Stop me if I'm lying, but that's how you survive.
Therapist: Until you have a handful of pills in your mouth.

I keep thinking it's going to get better, and it's getting worse.


Eddie: Most people can drink, and it's fine. But I can't, so I gave it up. It was hard, but not drinking made me a better husband, and it made me a better father. It makes me a better person.
Theo: I'm really proud of you, dad.

Regina: The thing that has impressed me the most since your dad passed is how you've been there for Danny.
Sophie: Look, I want to be there for him.
Regina: OK, so go. You don't even have to-
Sophie: It's not about mom. I see her every day. The person I don't want to see is Eddie. Especially don't want to see him and my mom together.
Regina: Soph-
Sophie: Look, everyone expects me to get over it, but it's not that simple.

Danny: You've been acting so weird lately. Everyone thinks it, not just me.
Gary: What is that supposed to mean?
Danny: It means why are you kissing my social studies teacher?
Gary: Because your Spanish teacher is married. 

Rome: Let me ask you something. Do you think that my depression makes me less qualified to be a father?
Gina: No, of course not.
Rome: I want this baby more than anything, Gina, but I can't have my first act as a dad be a lie.

Gary: You don't get to have an opinion on how I live my life anymore, Maggie. You lost that right when you broke up with me.
Maggie: I'm sorry. You broke up with me.

Danny: You know, you were the first one to know I was gay. Maybe before I knew. You told me when I was ready to tell you about Elliott, you were ready to listen. Remember? 
Gary: I do. 
Danny: Well, when you're ready to tell me that you're still in love with Maggie, I'm ready to hear it.