I trusted you, and we found our way back, and if you trust me now, I know we can find our way back from this too.

Katherine

You may have heard that I dropped out of my last movie. The reason I did is because I was hospitalized for depression. You may want me to play Regina, but in real life, I'm Rome. I realized that there was no way I could really be in this without telling you my truth. This isn't just your story, it's the story of so many people who think they're suffering alone, and your movie -- our movie, will make them realize they're not. So you have to make this. This has to be told, especially for us.

Shanice

Darcy: When I first got back from Iraq, I felt like I wasn't myself. Sometimes I still don't. 
Eddie: Exactly. This isn't what Katherine signed up for. You know, when we first got together, I was literally a rockstar. She was crazy about me. I'm not that guy anymore, and I don't know why Katherine would want to be with this.
Darcy: You know what? You're right. Your body is never going to be the same. It's just not, but it doesn't mean your relationship won't be.

How come we're able to talk to our son about sex and not each other? Eddie, please talk to me.

Katherine

Gary: I said that we all have these little scars that we carry around with us and you can only see mine when I'm wearing shorts. You can only see yours when you're scared. Darc, let me help.
Darcy: I can't. I just can't.

I'm sorry to wake you. I just need help, and I didn't know who else to call.

Gary

Gina: How was it?
Maggie: It was a B+, but it's not happening again.
Gina: Whoa, you do not flunk a B+. You tutor it.

Carter: Let me speak from experience as someone who has a deep, deep understanding of a man's body, some say its been my life's works. This can happen even to a handsome man.
Katherine: Oh, so it's happened to you?
Carter: Thanks, but no, no.

Katherine: There's nothing to be ashamed of, so if you have any questions, just remember you can always ask us.
Theo: Any questions?
Eddie: Any questions.
Theo: OK, about that stuff they're doing on page 46, do you guys do that?

After years of chemo, I'm finally throwing up because of things I've done and not things being done to me.

Maggie

I didn't think my lie had affected anyone but myself. Obviously, I was wrong. It was tearing you up in ways I couldn't even imagine. I came here to confess. May the Lord forgive me for what I have done to you.

Reverend Stewart

Jamie: What?
Maggie: I don't know. I was just thinking that maybe you'd be my butter toffee. So there's that. Or you could just completely forget I said anything.
Jamie: Do I have to?

A Million Little Things Quotes

Theo: I'd like to make a toast. The Egyptians believed that you die twice. Once when you take your final breath, and then again the last time someone says your name. They believe your spirit lives on as long as people kept remembering you. So as long as we all keep remembering uncle Jon, he'll never really be gone. Was that okay?
Delilah: That is more than okay, Theo.

John: Friendship is when you don't care when your buddy throws up in your car when you're taking him back from chemo.
Gary: And yet he keeps mentioning it.
John: Friendship is believing that your friend will one day make his movie.
Rome: What do you think I'm doing?
John: Friendship is holding a friend's hand when she loses her restaurant even though you know she's going to open up a better one. It's the person that you trust with your wallet, and your keys, and your wife, and your kids and it's being able to have the hard conversations and willing to listen. It's a million little things.
Everyone: A million little things.
John: A million little things.