Hello and Goodbye

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (8)

  • (Camille is outside with Amanda talking about feeling she has to pick a parent) Camille: You're all I have.

  • Tom: Am I too late? (smiling) Christina: No, you're right on time...

  • Amanda: Being a strong, powerful woman is often a thankless job. Men are afraid of you. Women are threatened by you. You know, the truth is, a powerful woman often stands alone.

  • Amanda: Never underestimate the importance of regular bowels.

  • David Gendler: You really think I'll make it through this trial? Christina: Are you kidding me? Coming from a guy who survived jumping off a roof and then went into remission? Please, I think you can do just about anything you want. David Gendler: You really are a miracle worker, aren't you? Christina: I try.

  • Bobbie: I thought you were in love with Candy? Ray: I am in love with Candy. How do you know that? Bobbie: Everybody knows that. Ray: What do you mean 'everybody'? Who's 'everybody'? Bobbie: Well, people who work here. People who don't work here. People who live under rocks.

  • Bobbie: (to Ray after he admitted making out with Dr. Brenda Marshall) Now, tell the truth. Does Marshall have a tiny, secret penis?

  • David Gendler: Why are you still wearing that wedding band around your neck? Christina: So I can remember Michael. David Gendler: You won't forget, so let it go. Let it all go. Nobody wants to sit on a cloud having their paradise ruined while you're down here feeling all guilty.

Notes (2)

  • Original International Air Dates: Germany: March 17, 2010 on ProSieben Czech Republic: March 29, 2011 on AXN

  • Featured Music: • "Change in the weather" by Josiah Bell

Trivia (1)

  • David Gendler has stage four cancer.

Allusions (1)

  • Christina: Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves uh... Amanda: Love leaves a memory that... (simultaneously) Christina: ...No one can steal. Amanda: ...No one can steal. Those lines were written by an unknown author and are engraved on a headstone in an Irish cemetery.