Best Lines of the Week (October 1-7): ‘This Isn’t Black, This Is Dark Heather Charcoal’

Brett Goldstein in Ted Lasso
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We’re creeping our way into October with this week’s leading moments on TV, which has been a perfect medley of comedic excellence and bittersweet moments.

Critically-acclaimed shows like Ted Lasso and Only Murders in the Building offered us sharp-witted repartee that improves with every new episode and TV stars like Reese Witherspoon and Tichina Arnold added unique colors to their dialogue.

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However, this week presented us with some tough goodbyes, as we said farewell to the recently-canceled series, Mr. Corman, with its charming and thought-provoking finale. Plus Saturday Night Live presented us with a powerful tribute to the late comedian Norm Macdonald.

Scroll down for all of our favorites this week!

Nathan Lane as Teddy in Only Murders in the Building
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Only Murders in the Building (Hulu)

“For a long time, I felt ashamed to have a deaf son. It ended my marriage, actually. That and, you know, all the whores.”

— Teddy (Nathan Lane) speaks about his experience with divorce.

Brett Goldstein in Ted Lasso
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Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)

Nathan: But you’re always wearing black.”

Roy: This isn’t black. This is dark heather charcoal.”

Ted: “Oh, I love hearing fellows debate fashion. Who’s winning?”

— The team’s coaches — Nathan (Nick Mohammed), Roy (Brett Goldstein), and Ted (Jason Sudeikis) — perform their traditional snarky banter in the office before practice.

Reese Witherspoon as Bradley and Julianna Margulies as Laura in The Morning Show
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The Morning Show (Apple TV+)

Laura: “You’re fun. Do they know that you’re fun?”

Bradley: “Well, I used to be fun. That’s how I got pregnant when I was 15.”

— Bradley (Reese Witherspoon) and reporter Laura Peterson (Julianna Margulies) reflect on their enjoyable day together.

Tichina Arnold as Tina in The Neighborhood
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The Neighborhood (CBS)

“Girl, trust me. That girl is as white as the cast of Friends.”

— Tina (Tichina Arnold) after meeting a white Black history teacher, Alexis (Nicole Sullivan), who claims to be African-American

Awkwafina as Nora in Awkwafina is Nora From Queens
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Awkwafina is Nora From Queens (Comedy Central)

Edmund: “Are you drinking gasoline?”

Nora: “I’m not drinking gasoline. I’m siphoning it like they do in the country.”

— Nora (Awkwafina) after she chugs gasoline out of a tube and spits it out the window

Camilla Luddington as Jo in Greys Anatomy
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Grey's Anatomy (ABC)

Jo: “Robin, there’s a strawberry lodged in your…”

Robin: “OH, that tracks!”

— Jo (Camilla Luddington) finds a strawberry in Robin (Kennedy Lea Slocum) during a vaginal exam.

Norm Macdonald on SNL
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Saturday Night Live (NBC)

“And that’s the way it goes, folks. Goodnight, and good luck.”

— In a heartwarming tribute to the late comedian, Norm Macdonald gives a farewell message at the end of the “Weekend Update.”

Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Josh Corman and Arturo Castro as Victor in Mr. Corman
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Mr. Corman (Apple TV+)

Victor: “I’m just a little tired.”

Josh: “You look tired.”

Victor: “F**k you. I don’t look tired.”

Josh (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) asks why Victor (Arturo Castro) is yawning.

Matt Czuchry as Conrad in The Resident
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The Resident (FOX)

“Look who’s here, Nic. Brought your favorite person.”

— Conrad (Matt Czuchry) brings their daughter to see Nic (Emily VanCamp) in the hospital.

Drew Morgan in Among The Stars
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Among the Stars (Disney+)

“You see that this rocket is a living, breathing beast… That thing’s alive.”

— NASA astronaut Drew Morgan’s voiceover as we watch the crew board the rocket and prepare for blast-off