Take one sip. When those meds get in our people, I will beat your ass into the ground. You hear me?[to Bob]
Some people just got so much evil in their hearts, and they hide it, like they’re wearing a mask or something.
Man, you keep asking us to have faith in all these other people. Truth is, you don’t have enough faith in us.[to Rick]
It’s a Cherokee Rose. The story is that when American soldiers were moving Indians off their land on the Trail of Tears, the Cherokee mothers were grieving and crying so much ’cause they were losing their little ones along the way from exposure and disease and starvation. A lot of them just disappeared. So the elders, they said a prayer, asked for a sign to uplift the mothers’ spirits, give them strength and hope. The next day this rose started to grow right where the mothers’ tears fell. I’m not fool enough to think there’s any flowers blooming for my brother. But I believe this one bloomed for your little girl.[to Carol]
I’d die for you. And I would’ve died for Carl. You know that. But you gotta hear me. You’re chasing something for him that ain’t meant to be, man. You just got to let him go. Let him go.[to Rick]