Jill: What is going on here?
Hank: He gave oral steroids to a diabetic and put the man in a coma!
Dr. Paul Van Dyke: You're insane.
Hank: You're incompetent!
Jill: Listen, Hank. If there is a problem I will find it and I will deal with it, but you cannot come in here accusing our doctors of incompetence, not unless you have any proof.
Hank: Yeah, well I gotta whole bottle.
Lucy: N.U.G. Hank, N.U.G.
Lucy: No Unhappy Guests.
Evan: Not to correct you or anything but, per your request Paige and I we're not going to get engaged until after the campaign.
General William Collins: Yeah you know, I've uh, I've given that some thought. You and Paige make it official whenever you're ready. I give you my blessing.
Jill: Divya, until this investigation is complete, I have to put you on leave, effective immediately.
Evan: Sir, I'm sor... you can't keep doing this to Paige, you can't. She's put her whole life on hold for you sir. You said you're gonna be in Brooklyn on Thursday, you should be there.
General William Collins: Remember that blessing I gave you?
General William Collins: Withdrawn!
Evan: So, umm, I kinda have some bad news.
Evan: The General, your father, daddy...
Paige: Don't call him that.
Evan: I shouldn't, you're right, it felt weird coming out. He doesn't approve of me, as much as I'd hoped.
Paige: Why do you say that?
Evan: 'Cause I spoke my mind to him, finally, and he really did not like my mind.
Paige: Hmmm. You know what? That's his problem.
Evan: Excuse me?
Paige: What he thinks of you or doesn't think, what he approves of or doesn't approve of, we don't care anymore.
Evan: We don't?
Paige: No, and I can't wait anymore. (gets down on one knee)
Paige: Evan R. Lawson? Will you marry me?
Evan: (also gets down on one knee) In a heartbeat, Paige Collins!
Jill: Hank? We gotta break up.
Hank: Excuse me?
Jill: I'm leaving, and I like you. No, that, that doesn't even cover it. Hank I am, crazy about you, okay, and it is making it really hard for me to go.
Hank: Then we gotta break up.
Jill: We do?
Hank: Yeah. I care about you way too much to want to hold you back.
Divya: Without beating a dead horse, I am truly sorry.
Eric Kassabian: Well that horse has been dead for so long that it is now decomposing.
Divya: I have never made a mistake llike that before, and I never will again.
Eric Kassabian: Look you weren't the only one who made a mistake. Ever since I was diagnosed, I've told every health professional I've come into contact with that I was a diabetic. And this time I didn't.
Divya: Mr. Kassabian, this is not your responsibility to bear, this is mine. I have learned from my mistake.
Eric Kassabian: Divya I'm not suing.
Divya: That is not why I said that.
Eric Kassabian: I know. I know. But it's also part of how I reached my decision. It was a mistake, I'm still alive. All is forgiven.
Divya: Thank you. Now I just have to forgive myself.
Divya: I've come to offer my resignation.
Divya: Please don't try to talk me out of it...
Jill: I accept.
Divya: You do?
Divya: Of course, of course you do.
Divya: Hank, I need to talk to you about something.
Hank: Okay, sure. What's up?
Divya: Dr. Van Dyke didn't administer the wrong medication to Mr. Kassabian. I did. It was my mistake, it was me.