Donna: There were three guys around the same time...
Tanya: You shady lady!

Harry Bright: Is your father here?
Sophie: [smiling] You tell me.

Dad, I can't believe you drank... and smoked... and was such a slut... But I still love you.

Maya Hayes

Service me bitch


[calms Holly] Every morning I still wake up and the first thing I want to do is to see your face.

Gerry Kennedy

[hugs Daniel] It's been a year. I don't feel him anymore. I feel he's gone. He's really gone!

Holly Kennedy

I know what I want, because I have it in my hands right now. You.

Gerry Kennedy

Emma Dinsmore: What's your book about?
Alex: It's the story of a man who's frightened of commitment yet so desperately in love with a woman he's afraid it might kill him. It's a comedy.

I can't figure out what's worse, having to know every single detail of your desperate love for some other woman, or having to know that you obviously didn't even come close to feeling the same way about me.

Emma Dinsmore

He was wracked with confusion. For the first time in his life, he understood the true meaning of the expressions "horns of a dilemma" and "between a rock and a hard place" - although the concept of "paying through the nose" had always tormented him. How does the money get in the nose in the first place? Once in, is it pulled out by hand, or is a sneeze involved? And who would accept such a transaction? Burning questions all, but he had bigger fish to fry.

Adam Shipley

Emma Dinsmore: Does the fact that you called seventeen times last night with no response from me send any kind of signal to you?
Alex: Yeah, I mean, I'm not an idiot. I figured you probably wanted to talk to me but that your machine was broken.

If they're not in agony, then it can't be love!

Emma Dinsmore

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