Samuel Sullivan: This is my favorite part of the day. It's full of possibility, before the inevitable monkey wrenches come looking for us. But more than anything, it's about being with all of you. I know grace is a supper thing; but every morning, I thank heaven and earth for our family. Sadly, Joseph's death has left us an empty seat, a broken circle. But I feel like we're on the way to mend it. There are lost lambs out there. They're like us, but they're hiding, alone, pretending to be that, which they are not. It's sad, pathetic. These people, they desperately need what we have - understanding, unconditional love, family, trust. Who are we to deny anyone that? Today is an important day for us, our family; and for one of them, too. Because by day's end, we will have a full table again. Eat.
Samuel Sullivan: I felt something... in my bones, in the earth. But the dust hasn't settled yet.
Lydia: It's a gamble, making promises and proclamations to all of us based on a feeling.
Samuel Sullivan: I understand the risks. But the rewards of growing our family are worth it. We've got lots of cousins out there. Plenty of candidates. Many seeds planted.
Lydia: But who will break ground first?
Samuel Sullivan: I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
Claire Bennet: This. This is cool.
Gretchen Berg: Drinking chocolate milk?
Claire Bennet: No, me. In college, in a dining hall with my new college roommate; no snipers shooting at me, no serial killers hunting me - it's a refreshing change of pace.
Gretchen Berg: Yeah, tedium can be such a thrill!
Claire Bennet: I have been chasing normal life forever, and I've finally caught it! I mean, don't get me wrong, the chocolate milk *is* awesome. But right here, right now is full of possibilities. I can be anyone.
Rebecca Taylor: [from behind] Claire Bennet, you can't escape your destiny!
Rebecca Taylor: Hey, I'm so glad you came back. I, I was worried you'd get cold feet.
Claire Bennet: No, my feet are actually very toasty in here.
[Claire learns that Kara is, like herself, an ex-cheerleader]
Claire Bennet: What made you quit?
Kara Hayback: Sounds stupid, but I kinda hated the cheerleading part of cheerleading.
Dr. Coolidge: I think this whole filing girl act is finally getting to you.
Emma Coolidge: [signing] Do you follow up like this with all your patients?
Dr. Coolidge: Only the ones who happen to be my daughter.