Richard: If you thought you were in love, isn't that the same thing as being in love?
Richard: Actually, one of my reporters is doing a piece on you.
Professor Sean Dixon: Oh, really? No one's contacted me.
Richard: Well, the article is about the relationship you had last semester with one of your female students.
Professor Sean Dixon: Huh... So this is a fiction piece.
Lee Hemingway: I think we're supposed to talk about our feelings, not have sex on camera.
Zoe Lopez: Are you gay?
Lee Hemingway: No, I'm not gay. I have a girlfriend.
Zoe Lopez: Oh, that's cool. Very retro.
Sara Gregory: You son of a bitch!
Richard: That's not fair. You've never met my mother. She's quite lovely.
Owen Gregory: So, my father is a doctor, his father was a doctor. It's like I'm...
Natalie Dykstra: Right! My first year at Bedford, I was an Econ Major.
Owen Gregory: Ouff! God, no wonder you jumped!
Owen Gregory: Actually, do you wanna know why I came to Bedford?
Sara Gregory: The quality of the dorm food?
Owen Gregory: Uh... In high school, people were always asking me, 'isn't it tough to be Sara Gregory's little brother? So many expectations, so much to live up to... ' And of course, I'd say, 'yeah. Yeah, it sucks.' But, I was lying. Growing up, I always knew that, uh, as long as you were around, nothing bad could happen to me. So, I figured out, I better go to Bedford, because no matter how... how tough it gets, how lonely I am... I know that with you, I'll be alright.
Sara Gregory: Eh, heh... I'm glad you're here, Owen.
Owen Gregory: Yeah, you better say that after that confession I just gave you.