A Million Little Things Season 2 Episode 11: "We're the Howards" Quotes
Good, you're awake. There's your pants. There's your phone. There's the door.Woman
Dakota: So you're a musician too?
Eddie: You ever hear of The Red Ferns?
Eddie: OK, so that makes you --
Eddie: I was going to say young.
Eric: Hey man, I never got a chance to tell you how sorry I am about how everything went down with you and Maggie. I hope I wasn't a factor in all that.
Gary: Ah, don't be silly. You split up Maggie and her mom, not Maggie and me.
Katherine: Have I told you, you're the best?
Carter: You have, but raises speak louder than words.
He's nice. Too nice. Like a smiley emoji took human form.Gary
Gary: I know what you're hiding.
Gary: There is a wrongful death suit against you, man. From the family of Chloe Meyers. Now would that be the same Chloe you were engaged to?
Gary: Yeah, it is.
Gary: Does Maggie know what you did? Is that not what you two talk about on your little dates? You're right. You're right. Describing how you murdered your fiancee is probably not the best foreplay.
Eric: You don't know anything.
Gina: We're going to be excellent parents.
Rome: We got this in the bag.
Rome: What the hell are you doing?
Angry father: I can ask you the same thing. You think we wouldn't notice you coming out here and taking pictures of our girls?
Rome: Look, it is not what you think.
Angry Father: What I think is that you're hanging out in a place that you don't belong.
Everything keeps changing.Theo
They always think I'm not listening, but I hear lots of things.Theo
Gary: Dude, all I did was have your back.
Rome: If that's having my back, I don't need it. You wanna know why I'm wearing a button-up shirt to a kid's ball game?
Gary: Because you're going on camera, and you're super vain?
Rome: Because I knew I might be the only black man here today. And I knew that wearing a hoodie, like you, might put me and my wife in danger.
Rome: I love you, bro, but we live in two different Bostons.
Gary: Oh come on, dude, I'm half Mexican!
Rome: Passing for white! You ever notice I go in the grocery store, I telegraph everything I take off the shelves. I never put my hands in my pockets, and I practically staple my receipt to my forehead when I walk out, so everyone knows I didn't do anything. Half the time I don't even know I'm doing it. But that's my reality. That's how my dad raised me. He taught me how to stay out of situations like this. And that's how I have to raise my child, and in one move, you wrecked everything. It's one thing to mess up your life, but now you are messing with mine.