Tommy's Dad: Nobody changes, Tommy. You know that.
Tommy Gavin: I changed. I quit drinking.
Tommy's Dad: That doesn't mean you've changed. That means you're a pussy.
Sean Garrity: You banged my sweet cousin, Angie?
Franco Rivera: No.
Franco Rivera: I banged your sister.
Sean Garrity: Missy? Franco she was like 17.
Franco Rivera: I know. I waited a year.
Janet Gavin: We should renew our vows.
Tommy Gavin: Huh?
Janet Gavin: You know, have like a little ceremony. Invite our friends and family. Let the whole world know that we are still devoted to one another.
Tommy Gavin: Well, that sounds like a lot of work, honey. Can't we just get some tattoos or something?
Maggie: I figured you and me we always had a special bond. Backed each other up.
Tommy Gavin: I know. I know.
Maggie: I figure the only reason that you like me is because I'm the only person the family hates worse than you.
Tommy Gavin: There might be a sliver of truth to that. But you know I love you and Johnny likes you.
Maggie: Oh, don't pump sunshine up my ass Tommy. Johnny is scared sh*tless of me. Always was.
Tommy's Dad: I haven't seen you in many, many years. Peggie Sue. I hardly reconized you.
Maggie: You know what? Why do you gotta call me that name? I hate that name. My name's Maggie.
Tommy's Dad: It's the name your mother and I gave you.
Maggie: I don't care. It's a stupid name. Just because you and mom were a Buddy Holley fan doesn't mean I gotta be stuck with that stupid name for the rest of my life.
Tommy's Dad: Compliments of my beautiful daughter, Peggie Sue.
Maggie: It's Maggie, you stupid old fart.
Laura Miles: You know this firefighting thing wasn't a lark. I didn't just come up with this one day. I saw a news show when I was, like, seven years old about a female firefighter, and I was like, "That's it. That's what I wanna do." And I went and I told my father, and he pretty much laughed in my face. He was, like, "You can't do that, sweetheart. You're a girl." Then he got a ton of mileage out of it. He told it at every family dinner party for years. Then when I started telling my boyfriends, it was, "You can't do that, baby. You're a girl." By the time I got to the academy, it was every guy saying, "You don't belong here, bitch. You're a girl." But I had really thick skin by then, you know? And, uh, I learned how to cry when nobody was looking, and I did a ton of sit-ups. I thought I was gonna break my back. But I became a firefighter. And then when I actually get assigned to a regular house and start doing the job, what would be my next course of action? I'm gonna start banging a guy in my crew. And then I'm gonna fall in love with a guy in my crew. You know, 'cause he's hot and sweet, and I think on some level I thought he needed me... and because I'm a girl. I had to come all this way to learn that my father was right? I'm just a girl, you know? I don't have anybody to blame but myself.