Collected Quotes & .Gifs For The Month Of: March 2019

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In this post, you’ll find quotes and .gifs found or made during March 2019.

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I forgive you, but I can’t forget. ‘Cause if you loved me and you did that… what else would you do?
— Monse (On My Block: Season 2, Episode 10)


Don’t thank someone for giving you what you earned.
— Richard (Long Lost)


Sadness is rage turned inwards.
— Marcus (Deadly Class: Season 1, Episode 10)


Lately, [it] feels like you and I are rushing, racing to some finish line. Will I die and leave you first or will I live long enough to discover you’ve completely turned away from me?
— Beatrice (9-1-1: Season 2, Episode 11)


The difference between old friends and new friends is that new friends just haven’t let you down yet.
— Maria (Deadly Class: Season 1, Episode 9)


Can’t make it to the top of the ladder unless you’re a sociopath […] because the ladder is made of humans.
— Billy (Deadly Class: Season 1, Episode 8)


You always expect the worse in people, for that’s all you see in yourself.
– Lara (The Good Doctor: Season 2, Episode 17)

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[…] Sometimes you have to go out in the world to find your family.
— Good Trouble (Season 1, Episode 9)


“Don’t nothing rewind but a song.”
— Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations


You’re searching for conspiracy because the truth is far more painful.
— Master Lin (Deadly Class: Season 1, Episode 8)


Whenever people want you to do something they think is wrong, they say it’s reality.
— Shaun (The Good Doctor: Season 2, Episode 18)


If you love someone enough to die for them, then you surely will.
— Master Lin (Deadly Class: Season 1, Episode 9)


If you’re not fighting for an ideal, then you’re just fighting for yourself.
— Marcus (Deadly Class: Season 1, Episode 9)


[…] Maybe pretending to be a hero is better than accepting that you’re not one.
— Marcus (Deadly Class: Season 1, Episode 9)


[…] always leave a door open, ‘cause you never know when you have to escape.
— Tutu (SMILF: Season 2, Episode 10)


You need to lean out of the frustration and into the gratitude.
— Monse (On My Block: Season 2, Episode 4)


You’re a conversation, but I’m an entire press conference.
— Gigi (Star: Season 3, Episode 12)


The things that can’t be treated with ointment and a splint are the things that’ll kill us. The guilt, the loss, the images, we can’t drink or sniff or screw them away.
— Eli (9-1-1: Season 2, Episode 12)

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