Linden: "Either way it's all one episode, sir. That's how this show works. So you're really just splitting hairs to be a dick."
Mitch: "Oh, I missed a call from Stan? Guess I'll stare blankly at the bleakest thing I can find. Ah, that ghost of my daughter is a real person. Still smoking down by the pool. And with a shitty boyfriend. I better spread my personal brand of cheer all over her already depressing situation."
Stan & Terry: "Mareks, please stop bothering us and trying to take the kids away."
Mareks: "Why did Mitch leave you?"
Stan: "I have to leave in the middle of this conversation."
Mareks: "We are every bit as charming as our daughters."
Waitress: "Ghost Girl, I am not bringing you food unless you can pay for it."
Ghost Girl: "Yeah, I... Understand how commerce works."
Waitress: "Don't make me refuse you service!"
Ghost Girl: "Seriously, what a shitty day I'm having."
Waitress: "Let me ask you something, have you ever made the acquaintance of someone with a septum ring, and ended up happy and satisfied with the end result?"
Mitch: "I will buy her all the food she wants. I ask only for her company, here in my shadowy sad booth."
Ghost Girl: "Um, okay. And then I'm guessing we're going to have a threesome with a guy in your room. Which is fine, I just gotta eat first."
Mitch: "Uh, no. I'm not a creep. I mean, I am, but not that kind. I am not a procuress."
Ghost Girl: "But you are clearly married, pretending not to be. Did he beat you? My worldview is jaundiced. And at such a young age!"
Mitch: "You're sort of a horrible bitch. You remind me so much of my daughter. She was brutally murdered."
Ghost Girl: "Neat! Would you like to buy some postcards?"
Mitch: "Sure, whatever. Christ I must be lonely."
Alexi: "So what are you, the Good Cop?"
Linden: "No, Suspect. I am the motherfucker with a melon baller that has arrived to take tiny scoops out of your brain by talking about my own experiences and how they parallel your own. My mother gave me up several times. I tried to hide her emotional issues from CPS because I knew the home would be worse, and it was. Every time our mothers gave us up, it got easier for them."