Younger Season 4 Episode 5: "The Gift of The Maggie" Quotes
Get closer. Lips touching. We want the almost-kiss people! Do you want me to show you?Diana
Liza: Business is business, and personal is personal.
Kelsey: Exactly. I can keep them separate.
Liza [looking slyly at Charles]: Sure.
Josh: Did you...did you say Amy?
Stacy: Oh, sorry. Amy is her real name. She changed it to Montana when she moved to Brooklyn.
Josh: As one does.
Josh: The stuff that's underneath the stencil. Did she paint that, too, or...
Stacy: No. Of course not. It is what is known as appropriation.
Stacy: We started off by giving her a few pieces of our collection, but since then, she has assisted other artists who gift her their work. It's a really genius concept, she's really pulling it off. All by herself! The only thing we pay for now is the lawsuits.
It's not like Ray Charles was mad at Kanye for sampling his music. It's the job of our generation to build on the generation that came before us. If Maggie's a true artist, she'll get that.Montana
Kelsey: Montana? She porcupigged me.
Liza: You're gonna have to help me here. You mean she has a stutter?
Kelsey: Just the top, no bottoms, walking around the apartment at 7 am with her muff out.
Liza: I hate that she even has a muff.
Kelsey: I have to tell you something.
Kelsey: We signed Lachlan Flynn at Empirical.
Zane: This Vulture article hit about an hour ago. Game on! I'll get ya back.
Kelsey: What? You're not mad?
Zane: Not at all. You just got a lot more interesting.
Zane: Besides, we were gonna cut him from the roster anyway.
Zane: He's your problem now, he's your author.
Kelsey: OK. I'll go.
Zane: No, no, no. Stay. But no sleeping over. I saw the toothbrush and panties in your purse.
Kelsey: OK. Don't flatter yourself. I always have a toothbrush and panties in my purse. I'm a New Yorker.
Zane: Mmm hmm.
Josh: Just tell me. Why'd you have to kiss him?
Liza: Because some part of me just had to blow things up.
Liza: Because. I want you to have everything. I want you to have time to decide about kids. To decide when it's right, or, or if you want one or maybe even five. And maybe someday I can be that fun Aunt Liza who takes them to the beach or builds them fun blanket forts. I build the best blanket forts. Just please tell me that you'll be in my life. Please. Somehow. There's gotta be a better ending to us than this.
Josh: Yeah. OK. Goodnight, Liza.