Parker Munson: There's nothing good about this, mom. Nothing at all.
Carly Tenney: I know. I know, Parker. But here's the thing. I'm not going to waste one minute being sad, when I have so much to be happy about. There's nothing I can do about the times that I missed. The time that I'll miss in the future -- but I promise you that I will make the most of the time that we have now.
Jack Snyder: So when are you going to tell your sisters you're sick?
Carly Tenney: Gwen is going through those fertility treatments. And Rosanna -- I'm still worried about her health.
Jack Snyder: Carly, you can't always put everybody first.
Carly Tenney: Well, no one's ever had to say that to me before.
Brad Snyder: Hey -- what are you doing here?
Parker Munson: I live here, for now.
Jack Snyder: I'm sorry.
Katie Snyder: No, I'm sorry. I don't mean to make you feel bad.
Jack Snyder: You know that I want to stay here with you, right?
Katie Snyder: Yeah. I also know that Carly's really sick, and you need to be there for her.
Jack Snyder: Yesterday all I could think about was getting you to that island paradise where we wouldn't have a care in the world. I hope you understand, Katie -- I can't go lie on a beach somewhere when the mother of my children is dying.
Carly Tenney: You know what I don't want? I don't want to be treated like an invalid.
Jack Snyder: Is that what I'm doing?
Carly Tenney: I just don't want to be treated like a patient. Not yet. I'm still a woman. Let me feel like one.
Jack Snyder: I'm sorry. I'm -- I look at you and I don't see your illness. I don't see a patient. When I look at you, I see the woman I married.
Maddie Coleman: I've been trying to put a really positive spin on the guy. But today, he really creeped me out.
Luke Snyder: I mean, he is kind of scary.
Maddie Coleman: It's different, though. Like, it was so intense. I mean, I hate to say it. I do have experience with psycho family members.
The scenes at WOAK, Old Town, and Al's Diner were all taped with hand-held cameras.