Ximena: I'm sorry I got you into this.
Callie: It's OK.
AJ: So what now?
Callie: We don't leave here until Ximena can walk out without being detained.

Grace: You know, we could still go to Coachella.
Brandon: For sure.
Grace: If for some reason I can't go, promise me you'll go.
Brandon: We'll go together. I love you.
Grace: I love you too.

I've been unhappy in my marriage, and I've been trying to figure out why, and maybe it's because all this time, I've been living a lie. I did have those feelings for you back in high school, and I've been denying them ever since. Maybe that's the problem this whole time. You know, maybe I'm gay.


Emma, hold on. I love you. I love you and I'm an idiot. I don't care if you don't me forever, all I care about is right now. Iknow I haven't been myself lately, but I want to be me again, for me, and also for you. I want to be the man that you deserve. Just, please give me another chance.


Moving back to San Diego and being next door to you, it brought up a lot of feelings that I think I repressed. The answer is no. I was never like that with any of my other girlfriends.


Callie: Is that why you aren't taking the internship? Because you don't trust me?
Aaron: Well, it was pretty easy for me to steal you away from him, so how hard could it be for him to steal you back?
Callie: I am not a piece of property. You didn't steal me from anyone. If that's how highly you think of me, then this is done.

You want to know what I'm really mad about? My dad's got two jobs and my mom works six days a week, so me and Poppy have opportunities like going to college. Now, these people say that we're taking away their jobs. My parents do the jobs that they don't want to do. All we want is to be citizens, but with all these hateful people coming out of the woodwork...if this is what America stands for, maybe this country was never great.


Grace's Mom: You know, I'm not some overprotective mother. I'm taking Grace home because she needs me. She can't take care of herself.
Brandon: She's been taking care of herself.
Grace's Mom: Grace isn't well.
Brandon: What do you mean? She's fine.
Grace's Mom: Grace has leukemia. It's a very aggressive form of leukemia. She first got sick when she was nine, and then again when she was 13. It's been in remission, but it's back now, and the prognosis is not good. So, I'm going to take my daughter back, and she's going to undergo a few rounds of chemo, and we're going to hope for the best. Please don't tell her I told you.

I've learned not to expect much from Gabe and Ana. They're not our parents.


Lena: Honey, are you alright?
Emma: I really want Jesus to get better and go back to school, but I'm not ready to be engaged.
Lena: Jesus' recovery is not your responsibility. It's his, and it's mine, and it's Stef's, and I'm so sorry I didn't think about the burden I was putting on you.

Lena: Maybe my mom was right about indulging Jesus. I can't take the path of least resistance because I'm afraid of the outbursts.
Stef: Hey, there's no 'I' in this. It's we. We're not giving up, OK? We're not giving in with this thing with Jesus. We're going to fight to get our boy back.

Ana: He has this crazy idea that you and I can still be together.
Gabe: What if we could?

The Fosters Quotes

Classmate: Why are you being such a bitch?!
Mariana: Because bitches get stuff done.

Remember you can handle anything in the moment. It's our fear that undoes us.

Older lady