DC's Legends of Tomorrow Season 5 Episode 7: "Romeo V. Juliet: Dawn of Justness" Quotes
Saying goodbye to Nate is my biggest mission yet.Ray
Sara: Gideon set a course.
Gideon: Affirmative, Captain. And speaking of setting a new course...
Ray: Of course she means Sara please give us one of those terrific, period-specific send-offs.
Sara: Fine. Enjoy the jolly ol’ London, ya blokes!
Nate: That was bad.
Constantine: And frankly offensive.
Nate: You didn't tell me you were friends with the real William Shakespeare.
Charlie: Well I didn't want to name drop.
Ava: You know the other thing about book club is it can help you figure out where your true path is supposed to be.
Zari: Oh, so this is a cult.
Ava: No, no we don't use certain "c" words, cult, clone.
Nora: I would know because book club helped me move forward after my time in a real cult.
Sara: You remember when we first moved on the ship? We left our entire lives behind us, we had no idea what to expect, but because we embraced the change-
Ray: We made history.
Sara: We sure did. Who would have thought that we would still be here? And that we we'd be saying goodbye already?
Ray: I'm gonna miss you Captain Lance.
Sara: Don't make me cry. I'm gonna miss you too Ray, a lot.
Endings are necessary for growth, no matter how painful they may be.Ray
Look Nate, I get it. I'm afraid of losing Ray too. Honestly I don't know what we're going to do without his stupid optimism and blind faith and ridiculous plans that somehow always work.Sara
Zari: I know it can be hard to face that your time with someone is coming to an end. Sometimes it's easier to just send them away before it hits you, like Juliet's doing here.
Ava: She got all that?
Mona: She was meant for book club.
Zari: Change is hard, but it can also be beautiful. It can be both.
Nate: This sucks, but I love you.
Ray: This totally sucks, but I love you too.
It's a weird thing with friendship. It starts because you need each other, and then if you do it right and help each other grow, you need each other less. I guess change is the whole point.Nate