Best Lines of the Week (October 11-17): 'I Am the Monster That You Made Me'
American Horror Story: 1984 (FX)
“I am the monster that you made me.”
–Mr. Jingles (John Carroll Lynch) blames Margaret (Leslie Grossman) for his murderous intent.
This Is Us (NBC)
“Who the hell is going to want to sign up for dances in a rat cemetery?”
–Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) is worried about the infestation at her dance studio opening.
Saturday Night Live (NBC)
“If everyone calls you trash, and everyone treats you like trash, why don’t you just become trash?”
–David Harbour guests stars in a Sesame Street Grouch parody of Joker.
A Million Little Things (ABC)
“If it’s not too much trouble, could you tell us the story of how you started dating my mother?”
–Maggie (Allison Miller) accuses Eric (Jason Ritter) of being romantically involved with her mom, Patricia (Melora Hardin), over bagels.
Kendall: Did you ever think I could do it?
Logan: You’re not a killer. You need to be a killer.
–Kendall (Jeremy Strong) asks his father Logan (Brian Cox) if he could have ever been CEO of Roy family empire, Waystar, in the season finale.
The Good Place (NBC)
“I made God cry?”
–Chidi (William Jackson Harper) is worried after Eleanor (Kristen Bell) starts tearing up.
The Deuce (HBO)
“What men want– no, what they’ll pay for – that becomes the world. And we’re all whores from this.”
–Candy (Maggie Gyllenhaal) has an epiphany about how the world works.
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
“A happy mom is a better mom.”
–Owen (Kevin McKidd) offers to stay at home with their newborn baby so Teddy (Kim Raver) can return to work.
“The suburbs are the opposite of chaos.”
–Tommy (Joseph Sikora) comforts LaKeisha (La La Anthony) after she mentions how suspiciously quiet their new home is.
“We’re twinsies, guys.”
–Jack (Alexander Calvert) announces he is the undead vessel for demon Belphagor in the final season premiere.
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