Best Lines of the Week (June 9-15): 'When Somebody's Wearing a Mask, He's Going to Tell the Truth'

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The CW/CBS/Freeform
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CBS

The 73rd Annual Tony Awards (CBS)

“This award is for every kid who is watching tonight who has a disability, who has a limitation or a challenge, who has been waiting to see themselves represented in this arena. You are.”

— Ali Stroker accepts the award for best featured actress in a musical for her role as Ado Annie in Oklahoma!

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Netflix

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese (Netflix)

“When somebody’s wearing a mask, he’s going to tell the truth. When he’s not wearing a mask, it’s highly unlikely.”

— Bob Dylan explains his use of masks during the tour

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The CW

Jane the Virgin (The CW)

“You know how the old saying goes. First comes love, then almost-marriage, then platonic friendship, and then he’s your real estate agent.”

— Jane (Gina Rodriguez) explains to Alba how Rafael is helping her find a new apartment

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ABC

Press Your Luck (ABC)

“Thank you so much for that answer. I’m going to finish the question now.”

— Host Elizabeth Banks curbs an eager contestant after he buzzes in to answer too quickly

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FX

Baskets (FX)

“We’re going to the new house. It’s not far. The smell should be about the same…except for Ken’s musk. See you, house.”

— Christine (Louie Anderson) gives her final goodbye to her house while talking to her cat Ronnie

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TLC

Kate Plus Date (TLC)

Mady: “What two or three things do you enjoy doing with your leisure time (like you have any)? I’m going to say, like, watching TV.”

Kate: “No, that makes me sound so boring. Stop!”

— Kate’s daughter Mady helps her fill out a dating questionnaire sent over by a matchmaker

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Freeform

The Bold Type (Freeform)

Jane: “Ice cream?”

Kat: “Not strong enough.”

Sutton: “Alex’s whiskey?”

Kat: “Not yummy enough.”

[Sutton pours the whiskey into the ice cream]

Kat: “Oh my god, you fixed it!”

— Jane (Katie Stevens) and Sutton (Meghann Fahy) try to console a heartbroken Kat (Aisha Dee) after she loses the city council race

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NBC

Abby’s (NBC)

Bill: “I’m on a crash diet. I’m trying to get a revenge bod.”

Fred: “And what’s that?”

Rosie: “A revenge bod is when you get into such good shape after a breakup that your ex regrets dumping you.”

Beth: “Yeah, I once revenge-bod’d a guy so bad he moved to Canada and went off the grid. I think he also studied bears, but it was mostly the revenge bod thing.”

— The group talks about “revenge bodies” after Bill runs into his ex-wife

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TV Land

Younger (TV Land)

Kelsey: “Don’t oversell me because I’m nervous enough as it is.”

Liza: “Project confidence, because everyone else is secretly sh–ting inside.”

Kelsey: “Who said that?”

Liza: “You did, my first week at work, and I’ll never forget it.”

Kelsey: “Oh.”

Liza: “You got this, Kels.”

— Liza (Sutton Foster) gives Kelsey (Hilary Duff) a pep talk right before her first day as publisher for Millennial

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Netflix

Trinkets (Netflix)

Tabitha: “Look, I only showed up today because my dad’s lawyer convinced some judge that going there once a week would be my salvation.”

Moe: “From what? Your unlimited allowance?”

— Moe (Kiana Madeira) delivers a snarky comment to Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell) when the girls trade stories on why they’re at Shoplifters Anonymous

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USA

Queen of the South (USA)

Brenda: “Okay, I’m only telling you this because you’re my best friend, but don’t let that get to your head. Okay, and you have to promise me you won’t tell anyone, not even Guero.”

Teresa: “I promise.”

Brenda: “Okay. I am having a boy.”

Teresa: “Oh my god! A boy!”

— Teresa (Alice Braga) remembers the moment she found out Brenda (Justina Machado) was having Tony

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With the premiere of some fun new shows, like Kate Plus Date and Press Your Luck, along with finales for The Bold Type's third season and NBC sitcom Abby's, this week of TV featured a lot of stand-out moments.

Click through the gallery above to catch all the noteworthy lines!

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