Best Lines of the Week (November 13-19): 'It's OK, You Can Go Now'

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Another week into November, another week closer to the peak of awards season! Viewers were treated to their first taste of the latter when the People's Choice Awards crowned a new Fashion Icon on Sunday.

It was also a bittersweet week for Supernatural fans when the series concluded on Thursday night. The finale finished out a legendary 15-year, two-channel run with some heart wrenching quotes in classic Supernatural fashion. But viewers got some laughs from I Hate Suzie and Bob's Burgers.

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The Winchesters have had to say farewell to each other and loved ones too many times.

Check out the gallery to see what TV show quotes we fell in love with this week.

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Supernatural (The CW)

“It’s OK. You can go now.”

– Sam (Jared Padalecki) to a dying Dean (Jensen Ackles) in the long-running drama’s highly-anticipated series finale

Greg and Katie stand in their kitchen in a promotional photo for American Housewife
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American Housewife (ABC)

“I know, it’s like, are you asking me for a juice box or trying to sell me Allstate insurance?”

– Greg (Diedrich Bader) and Katie (Katy Mixon) discuss the children in their house growing up and having vocal changes that resemble a notable deep-voiced character.

Percy (Ted Sutherland) and co look over a mysterious object
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The Walking Dead: World Beyond (AMC)

“Back at the U, I locked the school faculty bathroom and spiked the teachers’ coffee maker with laxatives. Precious, precious laxatives.”

– Hope (Alexa Mansour) dodges a tense “Truth or Dare” question from Percy (Ted Sutherland) who wants to know, “what’s the worst thing you’ve ever done?”

Jimmy Fallon spoofs Vogue's 73 Question as Harry Styles
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The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (NBC)

Interviewer: “What are you scared of?”

Jimmy Fallon (as Harry Styles): “Letting my anxieties tear me away from the present moment… wait, no, spiders.”

Jimmy Fallon lampoons Vogue’s “73 Questions” interview series by impersonating Harry Styles with a whimsical flourish.

Suzie Pickles (Billie Piper) sullenly walks down the road after her nudes leak online
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I Hate Suzie (HBO Max)

“I hate the pub, it’s too cheap. You know they’re suspiciously cheap for a wine!”

– Suzie Pickles (Billie Piper) blows off steam after nude photos of her leak online, potentially derailing her career for good.

Ed Waisbrot rolls his eyes and makes a face in the latest Bachelor episode
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The Bachelorette (ABC)

“Take your medium shirt and sit down.”

– Ed Waisbrot tries to bring his first fight with Chasen Nick to a close with possibly the worst comeback in an argument in franchise history.

Captain Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh) stands defiantly on board a star ship
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Star Trek Discovery (CBS All Access)

“So what does this cat loving friend have that made you fall for him like a 2 year old on the edge of a well?”

– Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh) teases Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) about her secret crush on Cleveland Booker (David Ajala)

Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) takes questions from reporters
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The Crown (Netflix)

“Their solutions to the problems this country faces — so unimaginative, and cautious, and wet.”

– British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) vents to her husband (Stephen Boxer) about her patronizing all-male cabinet in Episode 2 of the Netflix hit’s Season 4.

Tracee Ellis Ross accepts the Fashion Icon Award onstage for the 2020 E! People's Choice Awards
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2020 People’s Choice Awards (Bravo)

“Let your clothes be your superhero cape, allowing you to be the best you you can be.”

Tracee Ellis Ross accepts her Fashion Icon Award, noting that clothes are powerful, fashion is important, and the way you carry yourself makes all the difference.

Bob and Linda Belcher discuss Bob's second love - grilling
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Bob’s Burgers (Fox)

Bob: “It’s like having an affair with another woman on top of my wife.”

Linda: “I am a pretty solid sleeper.”

– In the 200th episode, Bob (H. Jon Benjamin) expertly compares his backup burger grill to his wife, Linda (John Roberts).