Marcus: Oh, don't worry, I think your mum is keen on him.
Ali: [Shouting] She's not keen on him! She's only keen on me! ________________________________________
Christine: You will end up childless and alone.
Will: Well, fingers crossed, yeah.
Will: I want to go out with her, OK. I'd like her to be my girlfriend, here I said it. Marcus: How brilliant!
[Fiona is crying]
Fiona: Will, am I a bad mother?
Will: No. No, you're not a bad mother. You're just a barking lunatic. ________________________________________
[Fiona is crying]
Fiona: I mean, he's a special – very, very special boy and he's got a special soul, and I've wounded it. Will: Oh, please, just shut up. You're wounding my soul.
Christine: Oh, no... it's just I thought you had hidden depths. Will: No, no, you've always had that wrong about me. I really am this shallow. ________________________________________
Fiona: He's expressing himself!
Will: No, he's not! He's expressing YOU!
Ellie: You like rap?
Marcus: A little. It's by black people mostly. And they're pretty angry most of the time. But sometimes they just want to have sex. ________________________________________
Marcus: I got the letter. Thanks.
Fiona: Oh my God. I'd forgotten.
Marcus: You forgot? You forgot a suicide letter?
Fiona: Well I didn't think I'd have to remember it, did I? Did you read the part where I said I'd always love you? Marcus: It's a bit hard for you to love me when you're dead, isn't it? Fiona: I can understand why you're angry, Marcus. But I don't feel the same as I did yesterday, if it's any help. Marcus: What? It's all gone away? All that?
Fiona: No, but, for the moment, I feel better.
Marcus: The moment's no good for me. I can see you feel better at the moment. You just put the kettle on. What happens when you finish your tea? What...
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