Juno MacGuff: That’s not what it’s about. I just need to know that it’s possible that two people can stay happy together forever.
Mac MacGuff: Well, it’s not easy, that’s for sure. Now, I may not have the best track record in the world, but I have been with your stepmother for 10 years now and I’m proud to say that we’re very happy.
Mac MacGuff: Look, in my opinion, the best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are. Good mood, bad mood, ugly, pretty, handsome, what have you, the right person is still going to think the sun shines out your ass. That’s the kind of person that’s worth sticking with.
Juno MacGuff: Yeah. And I think I’ve found that person.
Mac MacGuff: Yeah sure you have - your old D-A-D! You know I’ll always be there to love you and support you no matter what kind of pickle you’re in… Obviously.
[nods to her belly]
Juno MacGuff: Dad, I think I’m just going to, like, shove out for a sec, but I won’t be home late.
Mac MacGuff: Ok. You were talking about me right?” —Juno
Frank: What else?
April Epner: I’ll do it again, I will, I’ll hurt you again and again. Not like that, you’d have to leave me if I hurt you like that. If we were together you would leave me if I hurt you like that again, wouldn’t you?
Frank: Yes. Yes, I would.
April Epner: Good. But I’ll hurt you in other ways, little ways, I won’t mean to but I will. And sometimes I will mean to.
Frank: This is quite an offer you’ve worked out.
April Epner: You’ll hurt me too, you know. You’ll hurt me and change on me, you might even leave me after you promise you won’t, how about that?
Frank: I wouldn’t.
April Epner: But you might.
Frank: But I wouldn’t.
April Epner: But… you might.
Frank: Yeah, I guess I might.” —Then She Found Me