Best Lines of the Week (May 5-11): 'My Love For You Will Never Die'
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC)
“For teachers, there are only three things better than Teacher Appreciation Day, and they are June, July and August.”
— Jimmy Fallon celebrates Teacher Appreciation Day with an audience full of teachers
The Flash (The CW)
“I am asking you, please, as my parents, stop trying to keep me away from this danger and start helping me face it.”
— Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) prepares to face Cicada and attempts to get her parents to help her
Dead to Me (Netflix)
I’m an excellent judge of character.
Except for that one babysitter that stole money from your evening bag.
— Jen (Christina Applegate) trying to convince her sons that she trusts Judy (Linda Cardellini) enough to live with them, but Henry (Luke Roessler) calls her out
“Every single cell in my body loves you. And when those cells die, and new ones are born, those cells love you even more. So, Jace… no matter what happens, my love for you will never die.”
— Clary (Katherine McNamara) says goodbye to Jace (Dominic Sherwood) in the emotional series finale of Shadowhunters
The Resident (Fox)
I’m in. I just only have one request.
I really want those chickens.
— Conrad (Matt Czuchry) and Nicolette (Emily VanCamp) learn to compromise in their relationship
The Village (NBC)
You let him in?
He’s a trained killer.
— Things gets a little complicated for Katie (Grace Van Dien) when Liam (Ben Ahlers) lets Nick (Warren Christie) into the apartment
“She doesn’t care about your Christian values in Texas. She did time. She and Snoop Dogg, they hang out every night. They don’t watch HGTV.”
— Becca Tobin shares her take on the story that allegedly Martha Stewart has no idea who Fixer Upper’s Chip and Joanna Gaines are
Man With a Plan (CBS)
“Listen, I don’t like confrontation, but I’ll come out and say it. Adam, say it.”
— Andi (Liza Snyder) chickening out within seconds when the family has an intervention to break up Lowell (Matt Cook) and Andi’s sister, Kelly (Jessica St. Clair)
The Kids Are Alright (ABC)
Does it bother anyone else that the Crab Boy is wearing a lobster costume?
Oh. The lobster’s the king of the crabs!
The king crab is the king of the crabs.
Well, keep it to yourself, Jerk Cousteau.
— Joey (Christopher Paul Richards) tries to make money off of his little brother Pat’s (Santino Barnard) talents, but William (Andy Walken) spoils the gag
The Real Housewives of Potomac (Bravo)
“I don’t know if she’s a good person, but I do know she can bake.”
—Karen accepts Gizelle’s cookies after their falling out, but she’s not ready to accept the apology yet
With the emotional series finale of Shadowhunters and an intense battle in The Flash, this week was full of dialogue and one-liners that you won't want to miss.
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