I'm ready to not let anything interrupt us, Jill, and I guess I came here to find out if...if you are too.

Hank

HankMed isn't a business in the Hamptons, it's a calling. It's your calling, one you'll answer wherever you are at any given moment.

Evan

This whole summer I thought I was finally getting ready to put down my roots and settle down, but the truth is I don't feel like I'm settling down. I'm afraid I just may be settling.

Hank

I realize, I need to find a new way to live.

Hank

Thank you for being such a caring friend and for doing such a good job raising my husband.

Paige

I'm responsible for you settling in the Hamptons and you're responsible for me leaving.

Divya

What's happening right now? I thought I was the neurotic Jewish mother here.

Evan

I'm sure those children mean well but they certainly need an adult around before someone loses an eye or gets mauled by a large reptile.

Jeremiah

To my Dad, Eddie R. Lawson, the man who made me who I am, good and bad. The same hustle, the attraction to short cuts, the eye for a way in and up, but also the luck of finding people who love us for who we are and make us better men.

Evan

I just don't understand why something that's so simple has to be so hard.

Paige

It's her sixth wedding. It should be perfect.

Eddie

My eggs don't seem to care that Evan's hot for me. Screw you, low motility. F. U., infertility. I'm making a baby.

Paige