Best Lines of the Week (June 1-7): 'No Hands, What Dat Mouf Do?'
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Fear The Walking Dead
Naomi: “Madison, I’ve been on the wrong side of where you are right now. And I really don’t want to see that happen to you. This place – I know you built it for your kids. But it’s not worth risking their lives. Or yours.”
– Naomi (Jenna Elfman) tries to convince Madison (Kim Dickens) to abandon the baseball stadium.
Dolores: “The kin they gave us…was just another rope they use to lash us down.”
– Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) tells Maeve (Thandie Newton) about the cruelty of their creators.
Diana: “Do you want to say something, Liza? It could destroy the company, but we’ll support you.”
– Diana (Miriam Shor) delivers this sardonic line with perfection.
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Octavia: “Azgeda is a memory. There is only Wonkru. And there is no place in it for you.”
– Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) tells Echo (Tasya Teles) that though six years have passed, she is still banished.
Emma: "I need to figure out who we are without each other. And if we’re truly meant to be, we’ll find our way back.”
– Emma (Amanda Leighton) to Jesus (Noah Centineo) as they break up in the series finale.
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Stella: “You are a hero. To that kid you helped today. To the kids you help everyday. To me.”
– Stella (Lucy Hale) to Will (Riley Smith) before sharing their first kiss.
Plum: “That’s me, Alicia Kettle. But everyone calls me 'Plum,' because I’m succulent and round – also known as fat. It’s okay. I’m allowed to say it.”
– Plum Kettle (Joy Nash), describing herself in the opening minutes of AMC’s new series.
Rachel: “I gave you one piece of advice: ‘No hands, what dat mouf do?’”
– Rachel Lindsay, encouraging the men through Becca’s obstacle course.
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Caroline: “Please know I’m a phone call away if you need a friend. With all my sorrow and with love for you and your family.”
– Caroline’s (Candice King) comforting letter to Klaus (Joseph Morgan) following Hayley’s (Phoebe Tonkin) death.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Kimmy: “But I never wanna make people feel sad. I'm not an Eeyore. I'm a Pooh! I'm a big ole Pooh!”
– Kimmy’s (Ellie Kemper) reaction after she finds out she has to fire a coworker for her boss.
From the Season 5 premiere of Younger to the series finale of The Fosters, this week was filled with great lines for everyone.
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