April 2019 – Collected Quotes From The Month

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9-1-1 Cast and Character Guide

A cast and character guide for the Fox series 9-1-1 featuring who plays who, information about each character, and other noteworthy information about the show.

9-1-1: Season 3 – Review/ Summary with Spoilers

In its 3rd season, “9-1-1” presents minor improvements, but due to being a procedural, which leads to some inconsistency, it often feels like more of the same.

9-1-1: Season 3 Episode 18 “What’s Next” [Season Finale] – Recap/ Review with Spoilers

As with the finale of nearly every season of 9-1-1, the ending is a bit shocking – but this time in a good way.

Looking for new quotes for your everyday life? Check out quotes we’ve collected during the month of April 2019.

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Quotes From Books

The Sun Is Also A Star: Pages 102 to 151 – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

The poetic heart is not to be trusted. It is fickle and will lead you astray. It will tell you that all you need is love and dreams. It will say nothing about food and water and shelter and money. It will tell you that this person, the one in front of you, the one who caught your eye for whatever reason, is the One. And he is. And she is. The One—for right now, until his heart or her heart decides on someone else or something else.

The poetic heart is not to be trusted with long-term decision making.
— Natasha | Page 102

 

Love is not love if it’s not requited.
— Daniel (Page 107)

 

For a minute, I let myself feel how tired I am. It’s hard trying to hold on to a place that doesn’t want you. 
— Natasha (109 – Hardcover)

 

Hope is the thing with feathers.
— Natasha (114)

 

America’s not really a melting pot. It’s more like one of those divided metal plates with sperate sections for starch, meat, and veggies.
— Natasha (128 – Hardcover)

 

To grow up is to grow apart
— 130 – Hardcover

 

Sincerity is sexy
— Natasha (137 – Hardcover)

 

It’s hard to come from someplace or someone you’re not proud of.
— Natasha (144 – Hardcover)

 

Who are we if not a product of our parents and their histories. 
— Natasha (144 – Hardcover)

 

Maybe part of falling in love with someone else is also falling in love with yourself.
— Daniel (150 – Hardcover)

 

[…] you can love someone and still have a not-so-great relationship with them. I wonder how much of our non-relationship is because of typical father versus teenage boy stuff […] and how much of it is cultural […]? Sometimes I feel like we’re on opposite sides of a soundproofed glass wall. We can see each other but we can’t hear each other.
— Daniel (150 to 151 – Hardcover)


The Sun Is Also A Star: Pages 51 to 101 – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

That’s the thing that makes me wary. Where did all those feelings go? People spend their whole lives looking for love. Poems and songs and entire novels are written about it. But how can you trust something that can end as suddenly as it begins?
— Natasha (Page 58 – Hardcover)

He was some exotic planet, and I was his favorite satellite. But he’s no planet, just the final fading light of an already dead star. And I’m not a satellite. I’m space junk, hurtling as far as I can away from him.
— Natasha (Page 65 – Hardcover)

As our eyes meet, I get a kind of déjà vu, but instead of feeling like I’m repeating something in the past, it feels like I’m experiencing something that will happen in my future. […] It’s like knowing all the words to a song but still finding them beautiful and surprising.
— Daniel (Page 66 – Hardcover)

There’s a Japanese phrase that I like: koi no yokan. It doesn’t mean love at first sight. It’s closer to love at second sight. It’s the feeling when you meet someone that you’re going to fall in love with them. Maybe you don’t love them right away, but it’s inevitable that you will.
— Daniel (Page 74 – Hardcover)


The Sun Is Also A Star: Pages 1 to 50 – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

I don’t believe in fate, but I’m desperate.
— Natasha (Page 5 – Hardcover)

Names are powerful things. They act as an identity marker and a kind of map, locating you in time and geography. More than that, they can be a compass.
—Family (Page 16 – Hardcover)

Words, […] should behave more like units of measure, A meter is a meter is a meter. Words shouldn’t be allowed to change meanings. Who decides that the meaning has changed, and when? Is there an in-between time when the word means both things? Or a time when the word doesn’t mean anything at all?
—Irie (Page 25-26 – Hardcover)

Quotes From Movies

Someone Great (2019) – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

When it doesn’t hurt anymore, that’s when it’s really over.
— Matt

Unfortunately, sometimes things don’t break, they shatter. But when you let the light in, shattered glass will glitter.
— Jenny


Quotes From TV Shows

Grace is not something you earn or deserve, it is a divine gift.

You don’t have to tell them what you’ve done in order to show them who you are.

9-1-1: Season 2, Episode 16 “Bobby Begins Again” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)


[…] I’m not much of a talker. I’m a doer. See, the problem with being a doer is I’m also a fixer. I like to fix things, quickly. And if I can’t fix them, my way, I just kind of leave them behind.
— Tiff

BONDiNG: Season 1, Episode 6 “Penguins” – Recap, Review (With Spoilers)


“The small things add up, and we should fight for them.”
— Kat

The Bold Type: Season 3, Episode 3 “Stroke of Genius” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)


That’s what death is, isn’t it?: Forgetting. Being forgotten.
— Samwell

Game of Thrones: Season 8, Episode 2 “The Rightful Queen” – Recap (with Spoilers)


Every word of denial was a bullet to your heart.
— Cassie

Star: Season 3, Episode 15 “Lean on Me” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)


Maybe happiness isn’t in what you believe but who you believe.
— Fleabag

Fleabag: Season 2, Episode 1 [Season Premiere] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)


Pretending you’re not hurt is not the same as healing.

9-1-1: Season 2, Episode 14 “Broken” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)


Respect is how the young keep us at a distance, so we don’t remind them of an unpleasant truth. [what is that?] Nothing lasts.
—Varys and Tyrion

Game of Thrones: Season 8, Episode 1 [Season Premiere] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)


[…] marriage is a walk down the primrose path towards a woman’s destruction.
— Lilith

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Season 2, Episode 5 “Chapter Sixteen: Blackwood” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)


Don’t be afraid to run, be afraid to stay.

9-1-1: Season 2, Episode 13 “Fight or Flight” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

Quotes From Online Videos

Collected Quotes: From The Breakfast Club Interviews

We have to laugh to get over the bridge of pain.
— Jordan E. Cooper (The Breakfast Club: Lee Daniels & Jordan E. Cooper Talk ‘Ain’t No Mo’, Jussie Smollett & The Future Of ‘Empire’)

The pastor is just the mailman not the mail.
— Jordan E. Cooper (The Breakfast Club: Lee Daniels & Jordan E. Cooper Talk ‘Ain’t No Mo’, Jussie Smollett & The Future Of ‘Empire’)

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