Oliver Martin: My brother's deaf, Em. I can go days without talking.
Oliver Martin: The thing is, how can I be there for her if I don't even have my thing figured out? You know?
Emily Friehl: Don't... you'll ruin it.
Oliver Martin: Emily, I'm flat broke. I don't have a job. I don't have a plan. And I know, I know I'm probably six years too late, but will you give me strike one back?
Oliver Martin: Actually, I'm here visiting my brother. He's a lawyer. Well, he's going to be. He's in law school, so.
Emily Friehl: Is that what you wanna do, too?
Oliver Martin: I don't know. I just finished school.
Emily Friehl: Don't people usually graduate in June?
Oliver Martin: Yeah.
Emily Friehl: It's almost a year ago. You still don't have a job?
Oliver Martin: What are you, my mom?
Emily Friehl: I don't know, when you look at me, do you see your mom?
Oliver Martin: Well, if it wasn't love, it was a lot like it.
Graham Martin: Oliver, this is your life. You can't wait for it to just to get you up on your feet.
Oliver Martin: Well... Guess when I'm an old man, I'll never have to wonder, "What if? "