Alex Standall: Do you remember on the rooftop? The night I kissed you?
Charlie St. George: You kissed him?
Alex Standall: It was a shit show. I'll explain later. But you remember that night?
Zach Dempsey: Yeah.
Alex Standall: OK. That kiss was embarrassing. It was a disaster. But right before that, when I almost fell, you pulled me back from the ledge. And I'll never forget the feeling of your hands grabbing me and keeping me safe. I needed it. I didn't know it. And now you need it.
Zach Dempsey: The kiss wasn't a disaster, it was a nice kiss, per se.
Charlie St. George: Wait, it was?
Zach Dempsey: Yeah. Yeah.
Jessica Davis: The prom king and queen are, or... king and king, or I guess queen and queen. You know, it's whatever they prefer. Your prom royalty, Alex Standall and Charlie St. George! Where are they?
Charlie St. George: Here! We're right here.
Jessica Davis: What?
Alex Standall: What is this? Why did this happen? Was this you?
Jessica Davis: Secure vote. I told you, it's whoever the football team wants every year. So, who wants the crown, and who wants the tiara?
Charlie St. George: I think I'd like the small one.
Crowd: Aw! Yeah!
Jessica Davis: You deserve to be happy.
Crowd: Kiss! Kiss! Kiss! Kiss! Kiss! Kiss! Ah!
DJ: All right, King Charlie, King Alex, it's time for your first dance as Liberty High School royalty.
Alex Standall: Are we ever gonna feel OK? Like, normally OK, ever?
Jessica Davis: I haven't felt normally OK in a long, long time, but I'm going to find ways to be happy.
Alex Standall: I don't see that happening for me. He should be here. He should be alive.
Jessica Davis: He'd be drunk. He'd be choosing his next victim and making you feel poor and lame and not a man.
Alex Standall: I'm not a man.
Jessica Davis: That's bullshit.
Alex Standall: He didn't deserve to die.
Zach Dempsey: No. No, he didn't. But neither do we. And this, this isn't f***ing living. He ruined our f***ing lives, all three of us. So, no, he didn't deserve to die, but we deserve to live. So... if you'll excuse me... I'm gonna go dance with a whore.
Bill Standall: I don't want to put any more pressure on, all right? But every single one of us, we want the best for you. Your friends, they lined up because you deserve your life, and you do not want to throw that away.
Alex Standall: But, Dad, it's not right.
Bill Standall: The older I get, the less I think I know what's right all the time or that it's even ours to judge. I know one thing: your friends put it all on the line for you, and they're good, smart kids, and I think they did the right thing.
Alex Standall: But how do I deserve that? Dad, how do I live up to that?
Bill Standall: Look at me. Believe this: I love you. OK? And I always will, and you don't have to do a damn thing to earn that, but be exactly who you are and live the best life you can.
Jessica Davis: I remember when they said you would never walk again. Or talk. Or even be you anymore.
Alex Standall: Well, the jury's still out on that one.
Jessica Davis: I just feel like... I have this body, you know? And every day it gets up and puts on clothes and gets me from point A to point B. But it's like it's not mine anymore or something.
Alex Standall: Yeah. It's like you're living in a stranger's body.
Jessica Davis: And mind, sometimes.
(Tyler is examining the new tiles in Alex's bathroom)
Alex Standall: That's where it went. The bullet. That's where it went. Yeah, I had never shot that kind of gun before, so it was heavier than the other ones, and I flinched. And the bullet went up, and then in and out of my skull and into the wall. That's what they told me.
Tyler Down: You don't remember?
Alex Standall: No, I don't remember anything of like, a month before that.