Mary Rawlinson: Ah, yes. Young Will. He was her chance, you know. The only one of that lot that was worth a damn. Terrible shame.
Lou Clark: Well, he's not dead.
Mary Rawlinson: No. I meant for her, not him.
Lou Clark: You know what Sharon, you can stick your premier badge right up your relaxed dining area.
Patrick: I bought your parents cinema tickets and graddad's in his room asleep, I think.
Lou Clark: You bribed my parents and jailed my granddad, good.
Will Traynor: You don't get it Clark. I want to be in Paris as me. The old me. With pretty French girls giving me the eye.
Lou Clark: Could be something to look forward to.
Will Traynor: If I shut my eyes now, I know exactly how it feels to be in that little square. I remember every sensation. I don't want those memories erased by the stuggle to fit behind a table, the taxi drivers who refuse to take me, and my wheelchair power pack that won't charge in a French socket.
Patrick: You really expect me to sit while you swan off with another man on a honeymoon?
Lou Clark: His other caregiver is coming, too.
Patrick: Oh, two guys! Oh well, well, that's all right then.
Lou Clark: Right, Will, you better not move until I clean that up because I've got no idea what I'd do if you pop a tyre.
Camilla Traynor: We are talking about complete loss of the legs and very limited use of the arms and the hands. Would that bother you?
Lou Clark: Not as much as it bothers him.
Lou Clark: I know we can do this. I know it's not how you would have chosen it, but I know I can make you happy. And all I can say in that you make me... you make me into someone I couldn't even imagine. You make me happy, even when you're awful, I would rather be with you - even the you that you seem to think is diminished - than with anyone else in the world.
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