EARN: I’m getting better at this. You know that.
DARIUS: Naw, I know.
EARN: You know.
DARIUS: I see you, man, I see you . . . learning. Well, learning requires failure. Al’s just trying to make sure you ain’t failing in his life. Y’all both black so y’all both can’t afford to fail.
EARN: Do Nigerians get a chance to fail?
DARIUS: Don’t you start that. You know Nigerians don’t fail.
NANCY: Marianne says he was a remarkable man.
PATRICK: You should have heard the remarks.
NANCY: Was it a difficult relationship, Patrick?
PATRICK: Yes, Nancy. Yes, it was.
JERRY: When did the trouble start?
PATRICK: 9th of June, 1906. The day he was born.
JERRY: Well, fatherhood was very different in those days.
NANCY: Yes, perhaps he just didn’t know how to express his love.
PATRICK: Cruelty is the opposite of love, not some inarticulate expression of it.
DOLORES: There’s a war out there. You know the enemy intimately. I can only fathom the revenge that lives inside of you.
MAEVE: Revenge is just a different prayer at their altar, darling. And I’m well off my knees.
CAIT: How many are there?
DIVIS: Around twenty thousand, with more on the way.
CAIT: How do you know?
DIVIS: Because I went to the underworld and I spoke to some people I know there, people who can see everything, and they told me.
CAIT: You went to the underworld.
DIVIS. Yesterday. It’s a long story. One I am forbidden to tell you.