Ed: The past is all well and good. I feel I need to start working on my future.
Carol: No matter what changes, the past is always part of me.
Mark (telling Diane his true feelings): You're amazing. I've always thought you were amazing.
Ed (on being Carol's knight in shining armor): That moment was one of the greatest moments of my life and I have nothing to show for it.
Mark: Ok, if you can convince me that that is a poem, I will beat myself unconscious with a large rock.
Ed (his advice to Warren): If it's meant to be, you gotta do everything in your power not to let it slip away.
Diane (to Warren): Do you mind losing the bandito mask?
Warren (to Diane): Tonight your every foot fall should be cushioned by rose petals. And if I run out of rose petals, I have styrofoam peanuts.
Carol (to Dennis): I am so in love with you.
Mike: Ed, I'm going to get us a couple of extremely cold beers and you and I are going out on the back porch for a good old fashioned father-son talk.
Warren (while on a date with Diane): Normally we fight and everything's cool but for some reason, I'm rambling on about the history of french fries.
Warren (on curly fries): They're too complicated. It's like my tongue is taking an exam.
Ed (to Mike and Nancy): You guys do some more of your hilarious married people stuff.
Warren: We spent the first week hemming and the second week hawing.
Mike: You hear that whistle? It's the Carol train leaving the station.
"Driver's Seat" by Sniff 'n' the Tears
"Long Walk" by Jill Scott
"Flake" by Jack Johnson
"Party Hard" by Andrew W.K.