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Army-wives

Trevor: What am I supposed to do here if I'm not in the Army?
Roxy: You could help me run Betty's?
Trevor: Babe, I love you, but I don't want to run the bar.
Roxy: But I do.

Trevor: What about when we met? When we met you said all you ever needed in life was me and the boys.
Roxy: Yeah, well you said the same thing about me.

Roland: Roxy, No offense, but you look like death warmed over.
Roxy: Trevor has his meeting tomorrow and I got the early shift with the boys, so I cannot be sick. [sneezes]
Roland: Apparently your body didn't get that memo.

Guy at Bar: Relax, he's just having a good time tonight.
Roxy: A good time? I'm up to my neck in other people's good times. Gettin' drunk and losing control, that's not good times. And you know what the problem is, it's never YOUR FAULT! What about the people who have to pick up the tab for that, huh? What about THEIR good times? You don't even care about the people you leave in your path!

I'm not a hero.

Trevor

It feels like you're changing, baby.

Frank

[showing up late to meet Denise] I got directions from that Deliverance banjo kid and I don't like the way he was looking at me.

Getti

(about to tell her staff that she is pregnant) Some of you have probably noticed a few changes in me lately, and I thank you for not bringing them to my attention.

Joan

A toast to Denise Sherwood, biker chick.

Roxy
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