Hollie Baylor: A few days after Mitch died I was walking through the yard and I saw our neighbor who was a very good friend of Mitch's, Bob, and he saw me coming through the gate, and he said, "I am so sorry for your loss." And I knew that he needed to feel that loss, too, and to share it, and I wanted to help him. And he put his arms around me, he cradled me, and his embrace tighted. Finally, here was somebody who truly cared. And then, I felt something else.
[audience starts laughing]
Hollie Baylor: Some-thing huge.
[the laughing gets harder, Drew and Heather look embarrassed]
Hollie Baylor: Let's just say it, let's just say it. A BONER!
Hollie Baylor: All forward motion counts.
Hollie Baylor: It takes time to be funny. It takes time to extract joy from life.
Hollie Baylor: I was still waiting for everything to start, and now it's over.
Hollie Baylor: [looking at a picture of Mitch] I love you. This is for you. Your favorite song on a Saturday night.
[Moon River plays]
Hollie Baylor: We were complete opposites and it worked. And something happened between us that was not part of the plan... we were in love.
Phil DeVoss: I am ill-equipt in the philosophies of failure.
Claire Colburn: And so we all became helpers, which I *so* can't help. I can't help helping.
Claire Colburn: Do you ever just think I'm fooling everybody?
Drew Baylor: You have no idea.
Claire Colburn: Hey, now we actually have a shot at being friends for the rest of our lives.
Drew Baylor: The rest of our lives... hm...