Bridget: Craziest part is we actually ate it.
Carmen: Of course you did.

Tibby: Hey, do you know who would have loved this P, Bee? Your mom.
Bridget: Yeah. I remember this one time she decided that she'd make one herself. She always woke up starving after one of her episodes. I was just sitting in the kitchen doing my homework and she just walked in and just started making this thing. You know, I don't even know if you could call it a pizza. It was more like the entire contents of our refrigerator on a round crust.

Carmen: Some things never would be
Lena: But we know now that no matter how far we traveled on our own separate paths...
Bridget: Somehow we would always find out way back to each other.
Tibby: And with that, we could get through anything.
Bridget: To us. Who we were, and who we are. And who we'll be.
Tibby: To the pants.
Lena: And the sisterhood.
Carmen: And this moment, and the rest of our lives.
Carmen, Lena, Bridget, Tibby: Together and apart.

[voiceover] It would be easy to say that the pants changed everything that summer. But looking back now I feel like our lives changed because they had to, and that the real magic of the pants was in bearing witness to all of this and in somehow holding us together when it felt like nothing would ever be the same again.

Carmen

Wear them. They'll make you brave.

Bridget

[her voice mail message] Hey, it's Tibby. Here comes the beep. Hopefully, you know what to do with it.

Tibby

Yeah, well, we all have our special talents.

Tibby

[about the price tag gun] You are really good with that thing! Took me weeks to get the hang of it.

Roberta

I am mad at my dad. I am MAD at my dad. Why is that so hard for me to see, Tibby? I have no problem being mad at you.

Carmen

[in letter to Tibby] I think we may have been very, very wrong about the pants. The one time I wore them I almost drowned...

Lena

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