28 Days

28 Days quotes

80 total quotes (ID: 9)

Cornell Shaw
Eddie Boone
Gwen Cummings
Lily Cummings
Multiple Characters
Neck Signs

Everybody hurts everybody it's the human condition!

I'll buy running shoes. We'll take up yoga-- or, jogging. You know, we'll be organized. Pay our bills, we'll floss our teeth. We won't set fire to the apartment anymore. I'll buy a goldfish, and we'll be like normal people.

Gwen, you make it impossible to love you.

You wanna know how I feel, Gwen? How I've always felt around you? Small. You have this... way. You know, it's that mom thing. That amazing gravitational force. Even when she was a mess, the world noticed her. You have that. And I guess... I figured... that you always knew that. I don't know. When I went back home and I started thinking... and maybe you don't know that. About yourself, I mean. I mean, who would have told you? Not me. The only thing I ever told you was what a pain in the ass you were.

Well, I'm not a fan of all soap operas. Just Santa Cruz. I mean, it's just an incredible show. I saw it the first time, um, when I was in the hospital a while ago after I got out of my first rehab center. There was this girl on the show, who's Darien. She was also hospitalized, and it was like I was staring at myself. I mean, not physically, cause I don't have the curly hair and stuff. I mean, this whole thing had happened with her. She'd actually been impregnated by her brother, but, she obviously didn't know it was her brother at the time, and... And I don't have a brother, but I have sisters... So it's really sort of, um, been an inspiration... for me. And, it's really, sort of, helped me stay sober... off and on...

She didn't come. I waited all day for her. I did my hair.

Yeah, you're an individual. The only person in the world who uses drugs and alcohol.

Hey, listen. This isn't the last lousy day you're going to have here.

Hi, my name is Cornell. I'm a drug addict, alcoholic, compulsive gambler-slash-liar.

I like those spider plants, but whatever turns you on.

[shouts] Oh my God! Look at my package!

There's a time when you can share and you hold hands and be on the same path. But there's always a fork in the road... at some point. And sometimes you have to go on one part of the fork and they gotta go on the other part of the fork. [Sigh] Or just down the back part of the fork while you go forward. And they're like [Sigh] Or they got a salad fork and you have one of the big dinner forks and you have longer to go but they're like done because that's it, they're stuck on a piece of food, that they [Sigh]. Their desert fork or like one of those, you know small little shrimp forks or crab forks and you're trying to get out a crab. They're like that and you're over here jumping to the huge serving fork or something like that, or a ladle, you know. [Sigh]

Eddie, you surprise me.

I have a question. Once we all leave, we have needs that are going to need to be filled... by people... physically... at times. How and when can we do that? Not how, just when?

Oh. I killed the plant.