Avery Ludlow: Her burns were so bad they wouldn't let me hold her. In the end I did anyway.
Carrie Donnel: You give her what time you can. She'll do the same.
Danny: Would it help if I said I was sorry about the dog?
Avery Ludlow: I think you're a tad late with your apology, son.
Avery Ludlow: My my. My my. You've had yourself quite a day. Quite a day.
Avery Ludlow: I learned one thing during the war: that you fight with whatever you've got, whatever you can lay your hands on... and you never stop. The minute you do, that's the minute the world rolls right over you.
Avery Ludlow: I just couldn't let it go. I couldn't. Like it or not.
Mrs. McCormack: Why are you doing this to us?
Avery Ludlow: I don't mean any disrespect, but I'm afraid you've got that wrong, ma'am. About who's done what to who.
Avery Ludlow: You don't always need to see the truth to know it.
Carrie Donnel: How come you don't have any pictures of your sons?
Avery Ludlow: I don't have any sons.
Carrie Donnel: Yes, you do. Sam told me.
Avery Ludlow: He shouldn't have.
Mr. McCormack: You know, I don't need any lectures from you. My boys are my boys, and I'll handle 'em any way I see fit, okay? If you're gonna sue me, just go ahead and do it. It'll cause me some embarrassment in some places and... but it won't hurt me very... very much.