Dorian Spitz: I knew we should go into business together... I can see it on your face, you know. I can see it in your eyes. You need to escape your world just as much as I do.
Grace: Except that you're trying to escape down, and I'm trying to escape up.
Dorian Spitz: No. There's no up or down, man. There's just free and trapped.
Grace: Okay, I'll just wait out here.
Dorian Spitz: Why? Why don't you want to go outside?
Grace: I just don't feel like it.
Dorian Spitz: Why? What do you have to hide?
Grace: ...What? Nothing.
Dorian Spitz: Well, are you scared of these people?
Grace: People?... Is this about Ben?
Dorian Spitz: I don't know, is it about Ben? Is that why you're not going outside? Is it Ben?
Grace: Oh my God, please don't be that stupid...
Dorian Spitz: I'm not being that stupid, okay? I just want to know what you see in this guy, alright? Like, it is that deep, sort of pseudo soulful look that he's always got in his eyes, when he's just really staring at nothing? Or the fact that he looks like he hasn't taken a shower in a week? Maybe it's his Jesus hair!
Grace: You know, I'm not going to have this conversation with you right now, okay! Fall apart on your own time...
Dorian Spitz: Do you understand that he's never, ever, in his whole life going to understand how special you are? You are so smart, and beautiful and cool and fun to hang out with, alright? And you've gone through so much in your life, and he hasn't struggled a single day! He hasn't worked for anything that he has! He's gotten everything that he has from his parents!
Grace: Oh yeah, and you're so different?
Dorian Spitz: ...Well I'm doing something about it!
Water Park Boss: This is going to be the best summer ever, right? We're here to have fun and to make friends. Because the more you have fun, the less it feels like work. I want every one of you to ask yourself - How am I going to live today, in order to create the tomorrow I am committed to?
Grace: ...I've got to get out of here.
Grace: ...That's because pots illegal.
Dorian Spitz: That's because the tobacco and liquor company want to maintain their monopoly, and the prison industries thrive in the war against pot. And it's far too difficult to control and therefore far too difficult to tax and will remain illegal... until the government can turn a profit.
Joe: We don't get what we deserve in life, we get what we expect. Okay, so all raise our expectations.
Grace: Rejecting great things doesn't make you noble, Dorian; it just makes you naive and stupid.
Grace: You know, you promised me you were making those payments.
Rhonda Berry: What payments?
Grace: What payments? On the credit cards you took out in my name, that you swore you would pay back?
Rhonda Berry: I know, but sweetheart - When I get the settlement from my accident, Then I'm going to give you the money.
Grace: ...Did you buy a new dress today?