FREDDIE (Sir Ian McKellan):
So who were you squawking at on the phone?
STUART (Sir Derek Jacobi):
Wha …! My mother, if you must know.
Was she calling to tell you when she’d be dying?
She was very distraught.
Why? Did you finally tell her about us?
I’m waiting for the right time.
It’s been 48 years!
… and there has not been a right time! Now please don’t pressure me, I’m very emotional already. We’ve had some frightful news: Clive is dead.
Your mother is always the first to know when someone dies. Is she getting the news directly from Satan?
Joanne Dunlevy (Rachael Harris):
(To her husband)
I’m gonna tell you something that you might not like. But nobody says telling the truth is easy. (looks back, pointedly, at her daughter)
Jack Dunlevy (Christopher Meloni):
Telling the truth is easy. It’s maintaining a web of lies that’s almost impossible. That’s why spies are so revered.
I kissed another man. It was a week after our first date and before we were serious
I can tell you’re upset
No. I’m not. It was 20 years ago.
We’ve slept together thousands of times since then … I kinda figured you’re kinda into me.
Okay – I’m a little upset you’re not upset, but you’re probably repressing your feelings.
Nah. Doesn’t sound like me
THE DAILY SHOW
I get that Fox opposes the Syria peace plan because its modus operandi is to foment dissent in the form of a relentless, irrational contrarianism to Barack Obama and all things Democratic to advance its ultimate objective of creating a deliberately misinformed body politic whose fear, anger, mistrust and discontent is the manna upon which it sustains its parasitic, succubus like existence, BUT… sorry, I blacked out for a second I was saying something?