The Conners Season 3 Episode 4: "Birthdays, Babies and Emotional Support Chickens" Quotes
I’m only here because years from now she’s going to look at those pictures and I want her to know that I loved her.Dan
Jackie: You and I are going to have to go out for coffee, you, me, and my demons. And we are going to start out with my childhood hatred of my mother and then we’re going to work our way up to my last failed relationship which was a thrupple. And then you’re going to get up and say I have to go to the bathroom and I’ll never see you again and that will be that.
Neville: This is great. I know a place that has the best coffee.
Emilio: A child needs to have a religion. They have to think that God is watching or they’ll do bad things.
Becky: Like getting girls pregnant in freezers?
Emilio: Do you know how many Hail Marys that cost me?
Becky: She’s a one-year-old, she’s not going to remember any of this. I don’t want to waste all of that money.
Emilio: But she will see the pictures and when she grows up she will look back and see how loved she was.
Becky: Ah, the Conners don’t work that way. We assume we were loved but it’s kind of like a perfect crime. There’s no hard evidence.
Becky: It means a lot that you told me first.
Darlene: Well yeah, I wanted to show you that you’re not the only one who can have a risky, old lady pregnancy, and I’m going to have to have it right here on the afghan because we have no health insurance.
Becky: We can raise our babies together.
Darlene: We can go to Mommy & Me and we don’t have to talk to any of the other mothers at all.
Mark: They’re my emotional support chickens.
Darlene: That may be a sign I’m failing him as a parent.
You don’t want to see me hungry. There used to be another kid around here.Dan