Best Lines of the Week (April 24-30): ‘Look After Yourself Once in a While’

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This week on TV, Homeland ended its eight-season run in characteristically heart-racing fashion, while Prodigal Son closed its freshman season with a bloody twist. Over at NBC, the cast of Parks & Recreation reunited for a special episode to benefit Feeding America.

Elsewhere, Anderson Cooper announced the birth of his first son, SNL taped a second episode from cast members’ homes, and Never Have I Ever set teen hearts aflutter on Netflix.

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Check out the gallery below for more of the best lines TV had to offer this week.

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Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman in A Parks and Recreation Special Episode

A Parks and Recreation Special (NBC)

Parks & Recreation (NBC)

“Leslie, don’t spend all your time looking after other people. Look after yourself once in a while.”

– Ron (Nick Offerman) gives Leslie (Amy Poehler) some parting words of wisdom after the Parks crew’s group video chat.

Mandy Patinkin and Claire Danes in 'Homeland'
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Homeland (Showtime)

Carrie: “No one person is worth the lives of tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands.”

Saul: “She is.”

– Saul (Mandy Patinkin) begs Carrie (Claire Danes) not to expose his Russian asset.

Maitreiyi Ramakrishnan in 'Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever (Netflix)

“I’d like to be invited to a party with alcohol and hard drugs. I’m not gonna do them. I’d just like the opportunity to say: ‘No cocaine for me, thanks. I’m good.’”

– Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) prays for what she wants to happen during the upcoming school year.

Issa Rae in 'Insecure'

Insecure (HBO)

“I got the work in progress … I feel like she’s reaping all the benefits of his time with me.”

– Issa (Issa Rae) reflects on a newly mature Lawrence (Jay Ellis).

Jodie Comer (R) in 'Killing Eve'
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Killing Eve

“I want to smell powerful. I want to make people gag with it. I want to smell like a Roman centurion who’s coming across an old foe who in battle once hurt her greatly.”

– Villanelle (Jodie Comer) goes perfume shopping.

Aidy Bryant and Kate McKinnon on 'SNL'

Saturday Night Live (NBC)

“You asked for: toilet paper. Do you want: a DVD of Van Helsing?”

– Two grocery store owners (Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant) offer creative substitutions for grocery delivery.

Halston Sage and Dermot Mulroney in 'Prodigal Son'
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Prodigal Son (Fox)

“My girl.”

– Martin (Michael Sheen) is proud to hear that Ainsley (Halston Sage) is keeping up the family’s murderous tradition.

J. August Richards and Sarah Wayne Callies in 'Council of Dads'
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Council of Dads

Robin: “You did more than everything.”

Ollie: “I didn’t cure him.”

– Robin (Sarah Wayne Callies) assures Ollie (J. August Richards) that he is not responsible for Scott’s (Tom Everett Scott) death.

CNN's Anderson Cooper

CNN Town Hall (CNN)

“On Monday, I became a father. I’ve never actually said that before, out loud, and it still kind of astonishes me. I am a dad. I have a son.”

– Anderson Cooper announces the birth of his son, Wyatt.

Iain Armitage in 'Young Sheldon'
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Young Sheldon (CBS)

“I’m Sheldon Cooper, and this is why Sheldon Cooper should go to college.”

– Sheldon (Iain Armitage) puts together a video presentation to convince his parents to let him go to college on the Season 3 finale.

Jalen Rose, David Jacoby and Jason Hehir

Jalen & Jacoby (ESPN)

Jalen & Jacoby (ESPN)

“He sits down … and he says, ‘I need a tuna sub from Subway and a chamomile tea.’”

The Last Dance director Jason Hehir describes the experience of interviewing Dennis Rodman.