Maggie: What's the matter honey?
Ben: Dad didn't know how to do my elbow.
Maggie: Oh? Let me see. Oh dad did a great job on these cuts...Superman bandaids- the works. Oh I get it, he didn't kiss it better...and say I love you little pumpkin head.
Ben: It was all so clinical. Mom, how come you had to go back to work?
Maggie: I didn't have to Ben, I wanted to. Come here. Ben, imagine you had to spend fifteen years in this house, without ever going out to play. You'd go crazy wouldn't you? Well believe it or not, a lot of grown-ups feel the same way about work.
Ben: That's sick mom.
Maggie: Ben, I know this has been a big change for all of us, and I worry about not being here for you because...well...you're the youngest. And I worry about not being here for Carol because she's a girl, and she needs her mother. And I worry about not being here for Mike, to keep him from accidentally blowing something up. And believe me I worry about leaving your father here to cope with all you monsters.
Ben: You shouldn't worry so much mom, you'll make yourself crazy.
Maggie: I love you.
Willie Ray Johnson: Goodness, is someone coming with us? Is that it? Is that the surprise? Ooh! Is that it?
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Yes. Now, mama. I don't want you to get all excited about this and all. You know too happy.
Willie Ray Johnson: You're dating someone! Oh, honey, how wonderful! I can't wait to tell your father
你在和某个人约会!噢, 亲爱的, 这太好了!我几乎等不及要告诉你父亲了
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Uh mama? Too happy Too happy.
Willie Ray Johnson: What does he do for a living?
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Uh he's a special agent for the F.B.I.
Willie Ray Johnson: He has a job, too! And it must be serious, because you're introducing us.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Not unless you let me go. Fritz, come in
Fritz Howard: Thank you, Brenda.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Fritz Howard, I'd like you to meet my mama, Willie Ray Johnson
Fritz Howard, 这是我妈妈，Willie Ray Johnson
Fritz Howard: It's a pleasure, ma'am.
Willie Ray Johnson: How lovely! Well thank you. Thank you so much. I was just asking Brenda if we were gonna see some movie stars and you walk through the door. So handsome. Mmm!
Willie Ray Johnson: Would someone mind telling me what's going on? Roy?
Roy: I'm sorry, ma'am. I'm not at liberty to say.
Willie Ray Johnson: Say what? That someone tried to shoot my daughter?
Roy: So you already know?
Willie Ray Johnson: Of course. Just not all the details.
Roy: Well, ma'am, your daughter and sergeant Gabriel weren't hit. One of the passengers was killed. The other one's gonna make it.
Willie Ray Johnson: And your father is interesting in visiting that aircraft carrier at the maritime museum in San Diego. That seemed a bit of ...
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Fritz and I are engaged.
Willie Ray Johnson: I knew it!
Roy: Nice.Good for you.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: How did you know?
Willie Ray Johnson: A mother knows these things. And besides, your hand kept reaching over to feel your ring fingeras if something was missing.
Mrs. Geller: (to Monica) Your grandmother would have hated this.
Monica: Well, sure, what with it being her funeral and all.
Mrs. Geller: No, I'd be hearing about 'Why didn't I get the honey-glazed ham?',I didn't spend enough on flowers, and if I spent more she'd be saying 'Why are you wasting your money? I don't need flowers, I'm dead'.
Monica: That sounds like Nana.
Mrs. Geller: Do you know what it's like to grow up with someone who is critical of every single thing you say?
Monica: ...I can imagine.
Mrs. Geller: I'm telling you, it's a wonder your mother turned out to be the positive, life-affirming person that she is.
Monica: That is a wonder. So tell me something, Mom. If you had to do it allover again, I mean, if she was here right now, would you tell her?
Mrs. Geller: Tell her what?
Monica: How she drove you crazy, picking on every little detail, like your hair... for example.
Mrs. Geller: I'm not sure I know what you're getting at.
Monica: Do you think things would have been better if you'd just told her the truth?
Mrs. Geller: ...No. I think some things are better left unsaid. I think it's nicer when people just get along.
Mrs. Geller: More wine, dear?
Monica: Oh, I think so.
Mrs. Geller: (reaches out to fiddle with Monica's hair again, and realises)Those earrings look really lovely on you.
Monica: Thank you. They're yours.
Mrs. Geller: Actually they were Nana's.
Ellis Grey: So tell me about yourself.
Meredith Grey: Well...
Ellis Grey: What's your life like? I really do want to know you, Meredith.
Meredith Grey: Well, I have a boyfriend.
Ellis Grey: Does he understand the demands of your career, because not all men do, they say they do upfront, but they...
Meredith Grey: He's great, he's doctor, too. So he gets it.
Ellis Grey: Good.
Meredith Grey: He's actually...
Ellis Grey: Have you chosen a speciality?
Meredith Grey: No, it's still early.
Ellis Grey: Cristina's already chosen cardiothoracics.
Meredith Grey: Yeah, well, I guess I'm just waiting to be inspired, I'm happy now, you know, I feel like I know who I am. Plus, I think when you have someone in your life that you love, you really love, I think that's... I don't know, I just...I'm really happy.
Ellis Grey: What happened to you?
Meredith Grey: What do you mean?
Ellis Grey: You are happy? You are happy now? The Meredith I knew was a force of nature, passionate, focused, a fighter. What happened to you? You've gone soft, stammerring about boyfriend and saying you're waiting to be inspired. You're waiting inspiration, are you kidding me? I have a disease from which there is no cure, I think that would be inspiration enough!
Meredith Grey: Mom...
Ellis Grey: Listen to me, Meredith, anyone can fall in love and be blindly happy, but not everyone can pick up a scalpel and save a life. I raised you to be an extraordinary human being, so imagine my disappointment when I wake up afeter 5 years and discover that you're no more than ordinary! What happened to you!
Ellis Grey: You shouldn't be here.
Meredith Grey: Neither should you.
Ellis Grey: Just keep going. Don't be a damn...you are...you are anything but ordinary, Meredith. Now run. Run!
JONATHAN: I don't know about this costume thing, Clark.
CLARK: It'll work. It has to. If I have an effective disguise, I won't have to worry about people finding out about me.
MARTHA: Come on. Let's get started... What about that one?
CLARK: I don't know. It's certainly... colorful. What do you think?
MARTHA: One thing's for sure. Nobody's going to be looking at your face.
MARTHA: Well, they don't call them tights for nothing. I don't know... something's missing. Something...
CLARK: I'd forgotten about that.
MARTHA: The blanket we found you in. So long ago. Your parents would have been proud of you. We are.
CLARK: Thanks, Mom. I'm not sure about the cape.
MARTHA: Really? I love it. It'll look grand when you're flying. Here, try the mask on.
Serena: You ready?
Lily: To explain to Rufus the real reason I've been lying to him? No. But I know I have to.
Serena: Well, it's Rufus. He'll understand.
Lily: Yeah, let's hope. You know, it's hard enough to tell him, but now with your father involved... William and Rufus do not exactly get along.
Serena: Mm, nothing like a Grunge-Era love triangle.
Lily: Yes, well, complete with an unplanned pregnancy, a trip to a French sanatorium, my mother and a whole lot of flannel. It was ugly in more ways than one.
Serena: Well, it'll be okay, mom. I'm here for you.
Leonard: Here's your tea, mother.
Beverly: Loose, not bagged?
Beverly: Steeped three minutes?
Beverly: Two-percent milk?
Beverly: Warmed separately?
Beverly: One teaspoon sugar?
Beverly: Raw sugar?
Beverly: It's cold.
Leonard: I'll start again.
Beverly: Leonard's younger brother, Michael, is a tenured law professor at Harvard and his sister just successfully grew a human pancreas in an adolescent gibbon.
Howard: So she's close to curing diabetes?
Beverly: Why else would you grow a pancreas in a teenaged gibbon?
Howard: Wow, you must be very proud.
Beverly: Why?. They're not my accomplishments. I have to urinate.
Leonard: All right, Mother. Um, have a nice flight.
Beverly: That's not really in my control, is it? Oh, uh, yes.
Beverly: I will just pretend that Leonard's not withholding information. Although, I will point out, Leonard, that I am a trained psychiatrist and you are exhibiting the same secretive behavioral tics that accompanied your learning to masturbate.
Beverly: Oh, speaking of fathers, Leonard, that reminds me, I'm divorcing yours.
Beverly: Yes. He was cheating on me.
Beverly: Yes, with some waitress from the university cafeteria. Can you believe it? A waitress? Oh, no offense, dear.
Penny: No, it sounded like a compliment.
Leonard: When did this happen?
Beverly: Mmm, well, let's see. Sheldon, when did I leave Leonard's father?
Sheldon: September 22.
Beverly: Oh, yes, that's right. The weekend after Leonard's dog died.
Leonard: Mitzy's dead?!
Sheldon: She was old and blind, Leonard. What choice did we have?
Leonard: I don't believe this. Why am I the last to know?!
Beverly: Excuse me, Leonard, I am the one who's getting a divorce, Mitzy is the one who is dead. Why are you the one making a fuss?
Carole: What are you doing?
Finn: I'm going to flush Dad's ashes down the toilet.
Carole: Have you lost your mind?!
Finn: What? I'm just doing the same thing you're doing to him. What's the point of keeping his remains around if you're just gonna dump them out like an old ashtray?
Finn: What are you doing?
Carole: What you want. What we've been doing for the last 15 years-- pretending. Come on,Finn,let's sit and watch TV as a family. Look! There's a basketball game on. Your dad would've liked to watch that. What do you think, Christopher?
Finn: Mom,you're being crazy.
Carole: And you're being selfish. I like Burt. I-I... I haven't felt this way about a guy since your dad died. At least not one who felt it back.
Finn: This family works. I don't want it to get screwed up!
Carole: This family manages. We get by. You just don't know any differently because you think what we have is normal. I do this with him every night. I take the urn to bed with me,and I talk to him about my day. 16 years, I've been asking him for advice and... and waiting to hear his laugh, and for him to tell me that he loves me. And he never does. And he never will.
Finn: I won't do it. I'm not moving. I'm not ready. And he wouldn't want you to do this if I wasn't ready.
Carole: You didn't know him, Finn. Sweetheart,I love you so much. We don't need any more memories or ghosts. We need a family. A home.
Michelle: Dr.Lidner left a message at the house.
Cam: Was there anything wrong with your tests?
Michelle: No. He was confirming your date for Saturday night.
Cam: That. Yes. I was going to tell you...
Michelle: You're dating my gynecologist?
Cam: It wasn't my fault. It just happened.
Michelle: What? Think about what you'd say if I said that to you.
Cam: I'd ground you. I'm...sorry. We had lunch. We liked each other. That's all. And that was wrong. Very, very wrong.
Michelle: Is that why you sent me to him? So you could get a date? I know you haven't seen anyone since I've been living with you.
Cam: No. He's a good doctor. That's all.
Michelle: Who just happens to be cute.
Cam: Yes. No. God.
Michelle: Why didn't you tell me? Don't you trust me? You have to sneak around behind my back?
Cam: No. Wait. How did we switch roles here?
Michelle: I can't go back to him now. That would be extremely skeevy.
Cam: We just had lunch. I swear. I will never see him again.I promise.
Michelle: Yes, you will.
Michelle: You've been so focused on being a good mother that you've totally ignored yourself. Do you know what kind of pressure that puts on me?
Cam: No, I...I didn't realize.
Michelle: You need a life-- for my sake. But don't sneak around behind my back. You two seem like a good fit. Have a little fun. But don't go too fast. You're out of practice.
Cam: Excuse me?
Michelle: I thought you believed in honesty.
Cam: All right. I'll go slow. Very, very slow.
Michelle: And find me a new doctor-- a woman.
Cam: Sure. Right away.
Michelle: I've got to get back to school. Love you.
Cam: Love you, too.
Hotch: Jack hug your mom for me.
Jack: Mommy hug me too tight.
Haley: I'm sorry.
Jack: Why are you sad?
Haley: Oh I just love you so much.
Jack: Mommy, I gotta go. I'm working the case.
Foyet: He's so cute. He's like a little junior g-man. I'll be right up, Jackie boy!
Hotch: Is he gone?
Hotch: You're so strong, Haley. You're stronger than I ever was.
Haley: You'll hurry, right?
Hotch: I know you didn't sign on for this.
Haley: Neither did you.
Hotch: I'm sorry for everything.
Haley: Promise me that you will tell him how we met, and how you used to make me laugh.
Haley: He needs to know that you weren't always so serious, Aaron. I want him to believe in love, Because it is the most important thing. But you need to show him. Promise me.
Hotch: I promise.