Kathy: It had never occurred to me that our lives, which had been so closely interwoven, could unravel with such speed. If I'd known, maybe I'd have kept tighter hold of them and not let unseen tides pull us apart.
Mrs. Fisher: I know you feel bad that you weren't there but you gotta let it go.
Cassandra: I'm just trying to fix it.
Mrs. Fisher: Oh, come on. You can't. Don't be a child Cassie.
Ryan: Dating's horrible, everyone's horrible, okay? I went on a date last month with a woman who wanted to euthanize the homeless.
Cassandra: You went on date with my mom?
Al Monroe: It's every man's worst nightmare, getting accused of something like that.
Cassandra: Can you guess what every woman's worst nightmare is?
Maud Watts: Your mother's name is Maud Watts. Don't forget that name. Because, I'll be waiting for you to find me. Will you find me George? Don't forget it.
David Lloyd George: What would the vote mean to you, Mrs. Watts?
Maud Watts: I never thought we'd get the vote. So, I've never thought about what it would mean.
David Lloyd George: So, why are you here?
Maud Watts: I thought that - we might. That this life - there's another way of livin' this life. Sorry. My words.
David Lloyd George: No. No. The finest eloquence is that which gets things done.
Maud Watts: We break windows, we burn things. Cause war's the only language men listen to! Cause you've beaten us and betrayed us and there's nothing else left.
Inspector Arthur Steed: And there's nothing left but to stop you.
Maud Watts: What you gonna do? Lock us all up? We're in every home, we're half the human race, you can't stop us all.
Inspector Arthur Steed: You might lose your life before this is over.
Maud Watts: We will win.
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