Darling Companion (2012)
Beth: You know more about your patients than you do about your own family.
Joseph: What's going on? Whose dog is this?
Grace: Mom's. She saved his life.
Beth: He's not mine. I'm just gonna find him a home.
Joseph: Why is he here?
Beth: I just couldn't let them take him to the pound. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna call a few rescue societies tomorrow and somebody's gonna want him.
Joseph: Yeah, but not us, right? We're not getting a dog, right?
Grace: I think you should keep him. I'll help.
Joseph: You're at school. She's not gonna come back every morning and walk the dog and neither am I.
Beth: I wouldn't mind doing that.
Joseph: Beth, I don't want a dog.
Beth: I told you, I'm gonna find him a home.
Joseph: Yeah, I know you.
Beth: And what's that supposed to mean?
Grace: That was Dr. Bhoola.
Grace: The veterinarian. He's gonna stop by.
Beth: What is he... He's coming here now?
Grace: Yeah, he has some medicine or something. I'm gonna use your shower 'cause it's filthy in here.
Joseph: The veterinarian makes house calls?
Beth: He's very attractive.
Beth: I'm not talking about Doctors, I'm talking about you.
Joseph: Have I ever put my work before you or the girls?
Joseph: Ok, sometimes. When I'm doing surgery on someone's spine to relieve them of a life of pain, I have put my work first! The girls always understood and they never complained.
Beth: Were we living in the same house?
Patient: This is the best my back has felt in three years. Joseph, you're a genius.
Joseph: That's my job. I'm a surgeon. But I'm no genius.
Joseph: We haven't lost a person. We lost a dog.
Beth: Love is love. It doesn't matter if it's a dog.
Joseph: This is - this is a difficult time for you; for both of us. And especially for a woman, there are physical changes that affect everything.
Beth: Oh, tell me about being a woman.
Joseph: I think that the anger you're feeling is not about me. It's hormonal.
Beth: No. It's not menopause. It actually is about you.
Grace: [to Freeway] Ooh. Here is a giraffe. What kind of assholes have left you out here all alone? Huh?
Beth: Ellie called. They got your mother on her plane. And you know what Ethan asked about you? You know what he said? He's so cute. He said 'Where's pee pee?'
[Beth and Joseph laugh]
Beth: Honey, what are we gonna do about the Partridge and the Plough?
Joseph: What are we gonna do about Russell? Has Freeway been in here?
Beth: Huh? I thought he was with you.
Joseph: He was but he took off on me.
Beth: What? Wait a minute. Where's the dog?
Joseph: I told you, he took off.
Beth: When was this?
Joseph: 'Bout 20 minutes ago. He chased a deer and wouldn't come back.
Beth: Did you use the whistle?
Joseph: I whistled. I didn't have the whistle per say.
Beth: You were on the phone, right? Hmm?
Joseph: It was an emergency. He's probably right outside.
Beth: [to Joseph angry about losing Freeway] You lost the dog while you were talking on the phone!
Russell: How would you like to be part owners of the Partridge me the Plough?
Carmen: When I realized Django was my spirit-mate, the animal world became so visible to me.
Joseph: As opposed to the vegetable and mineral worlds?
Penny: Now, who's' Django?
Bryan: Oh, that was Carmen's dog. He lived to be 24.
Carmen: It was then that the gift blossomed in me. My third eye truly opened. What Django felt, I felt. I traveled through the world with him, seeing what he saw.
Russell: And what did he see?
Carmen: He saw things for what they are. He was connected to the prana.
Joseph: Oh, the prana.
Penny: Shut up, Joseph. You're such a tight ass. Do you have to be so one-dimensional?
Joseph: Excuse me for living in this dimension.
Beth: Carmen, do you see him? Is he alright?
Joseph: Beth, are you kidding me?
Beth: Can you see what he sees?
Russell: What do you see?
Carmen: I see trees and the shed with construction equipment in it and mountains.
Joseph: Wow. That really pinpoints it.
Carmen: The women in my family, they have a gift. We see things.
Joseph: [on the phone] Tell me about Bora Bora.
Grace: Amazing. You gotta come here someday. Dad, Sam and I can't stop talking about the wedding. It was just what we hoped. And I know you didn't want Freeway in the ceremony, but you have to admit it was sweet.
Joseph: [Last lines]
[answers his phone]
Grace: Dad. Are you guys still up on the mountains? What's going on?
Joseph: Oh, well, we were having so much fun.
Grace: I'm so glad you guys took a few days to unwind. We've been having the best time. I love being married. Oh and dad, how's Freeway?
Joseph: Freeway? Freeway's fine.