PHYLLIS: Jack, listen, Daniel has gone from tour bus to boarding school
to... god forbid, juvenile detention. And since he's been with me, I've
dragged him from one place to the other. I mean, he's never had a place he
can truly call home.
DEVON: Hey, mom? It's Devon. I don't know if you can hear me, but, uh... I
just, uh, I'm so sorry that I left you in the park this morning. I thought
that you were going to stay clean. That's what you told me. That you weren't
going to do any more of those damn drugs! …I know that you can do it,
though. I know that you can stop. Maybe that's why this happened-- so you
can get what you need, because there are plenty of doctors and nurses here
that just want to help you. You just need to open your eyes for me, okay?
You just gotta wake up. Just do it for me. Please, mom, just open your eyes
for me, okay? Please.
TOM: I went to old man Abbott myself, told him everything. So much for your
MICHEAL: You spun this so I look like the bad guy.
TOM: I believe that's what they call irony.
GLORIA: John, john, I don't know if this will make any sense to you, because
you've never been a victim the way we have. It changes you... for life. And
I guess that man still has quite a hold over my boys. I can tell you for a
fact if he walked in here right now, I have no idea what I'd do.
SHARON: Well, no one would. But what about all the happy, wonderful memories
we have there? You proposed to me there, nick. We began our lives together
in that place. So don't ask me to sell it. Don't ask me to give up all that,
okay? I need those memories. I need to feel close to Cassie. I need to feel
close to that part of my life. Don't take that away from me.