Best Lines of the Week (June 23-29): 'Change Your Shoes and Fix Your Life'
Life In Pieces (CBS)
"We're gonna do it. We're just gonna figure it out. Together. We always do."
—Colleen (Angelique Cabral) convinces Matt (Thomas Sadoski) to take a job offer in Germany
The Hills: New Beginnings (MTV)
Heidi: "Well, I hope you have fun tonight."
Spencer: "Tonight? You mean early evening."
Heidi: "I love you, but your curfew is still midnight."
—Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt give viewers a look into their married life
"You realize you ain't dead, you're not gonna die and now you gotta face all them decisions you made. And out of all that, you gotta figure out how to let yourself start living again."
—John (Kevin Costner) has an emotional talk with his son Kayce (Luke Grimes)
Big Brother (CBS)
"I really need to work on my sense of humor because people never know when I'm joking. I guess I don't need to work on it. Maybe other people should be more receptive."
—Houseguest Kemi reflects on her failed joke during introductions
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (Comedy Central)
Trevor: "The opening scene is crazy because it's under a bridge and then there's just a bunch of people who are just, like, passed out. And you don't know if they're dead or not."
Olivia: "They're dead."
Trevor: "They're dead?"
Olivia: "I'm sorry that wasn't clear enough."
Trevor: "Well, I didn't want to assume. Maybe someone read them a story and they all fell asleep at the same time."
—Trevor Noah misses a large detail in the opening scene of Olivia Munn’s new series The Rook.
Sky: "What about dog walking?"
Zoey: "I can't walk dogs in Givenchy."
Sky: "Then change your shoes and fix your life."
—Sky (Halle Bailey) gives Zoey (Yara Shahidi) a reality check when Zoey’s dad cuts off her funds and she has to find a job
Penn and Teller: Fool Us (The CW)
"I think you may have gotten phenomenally unlucky."
—Penn tells a contestant that their trick won’t fool the professional magicians because he and Teller have been working on the same exact one
The Detour (TBS)
Nate: "You cut all your hair off."
Robin: "Yeah, it's fun."
Nate: "Is it? Eh."
—Nate (Jason Jones) spares no time voicing his opinions upon his return home
City on a Hill (Showtime)
"Okay, well then don't get confused then, because I'm the one who's stuck. You're the dope who lost a case against a kid who shot a cop."
—Rachel (Sarah Shahi) sets Decourcy (Aldis Hodge) straight when he looks confused to see a woman join his team
Chrisley Knows Best (USA)
Julie: "What about this one?"
Todd: "Julie, it's February in California. I'm not gonna wear that color."
—Todd and Julie clash over wardrobe choices while packing
From the splashy returns of Big Brother and The Hills to tearful goodbyes on Life in Pieces, this week was filled with plenty of drama and moments to remember.
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