Best Lines of the Week (November 25 - December 1): 'Does That Mean I Can't Be A Good Doctor?'
Riverdale (The CW)
Joaquin: Sacrifice. It meant that Archie had to die. I’m sorry, Jug, I know he was your pal.
— Joaquin (Rob Raco) tells Jughead (Cole Sprouse) what the warden branded on Archie’s (KJ Apa) hip means.
A Million Little Things (ABC)
Gary: I’m back on the market... and the ladies love to shop.
— Gary (James Roday) is messing around on dating apps as Eddie (David Giuntoli) shows him around an apartment he wants to rent.
Little Big Shots (NBC)
CJ: I started playing basketball when I was 7 months old, and I took it seriously when I was 7 months old.
—Three-year-old dribbler CJ McCollum talks to Steve Harvey in an episode highlight.
The Good Doctor (ABC)
Dr. Shaun Murphy: I have autism, which makes empathy very difficult. Does that mean I can't be a good doctor?
— Shaun (Freddie Highmore) speaks with fellow doctors about the importance of empathy in their profession.
Christy: Am I moving my hands too much?
Jill: I didn’t hear a word you said, I was mesmerized by how good you look in my suit.
— Christy (Anna Faris) stresses out over getting chosen for a new internship position.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC)
Jimmy: Have you ever seen the Christmas tree lighting [at 30 Rock]?
Macaulay: ... Are you familiar with my work?
— Macaulay Culkin drops a Home Alone 2 reference when he appears on The Tonight Show.
Kai: Jamal, I love you. I just didn't think I would go from telling the story to being the story.
— Kai (Toby Onwumere) is afraid that his relationship with Jamal (Jussie Smollett) will overshadow his career as a journalist.
New Amsterdam (NBC)
Amy: I have a lot of good things in my life, I shouldn't have depression.
Iggy: Depression doesn't work that way, but the good news is it's highly treatable.
Iggy: The first step is to ask for help.
— Amy (Poppy Liu) opens up to Iggy (Tyler Labine) about her mental health battle.
The Real Housewives of Dallas (Bravo)
Stephanie: Some of my best memories were on the floor of a frat house. But not having sex.
— Stephanie prepares a frat party to send Travis off for his month at Harvard Business School.
Grace: I thought I could just ignore the last five years of my life, that we could just start over, right where we left off. Because you were the saint, even if I wasn’t. You’re not the saint. I don’t know you, and I don’t think this is right anymore.
— After realizing that their marriage is beyond repair, Ben (Josh Dallas) and Grace (Athena Karkanis) decide to separate.
With intensity rising on Riverdale, and a dramatic and heartbreaking scene on Manifest, this week was full of dialogue that you will regret missing.
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