The Best Manifest, Season 4, Episode 1 Quotes

Jared: I'm here 'cause I heard 828 activity over the scanner. That would be you? Well, I don't know what you got yourself and Cal into this time, Mick, but I don't want to know.
Michaela: I'm not asking you for favors.
Jared: Well, that's good, 'cause I can't help you.
Michaela: Yeah.
Jared: I haven't seen you in, what, six months? Now I see you twice in one day. What are the odds?
Michaela: Must be a sign.
Jared: Yeah, that's what I'm afraid of.

Olive: Look, I... I get what you've been trying to do. I think we all do. But it's... maybe it's time we said goodbye.
Cal: We all miss her. It's okay to... to let go.
Ben: Your mom's gone, and, uh... that almost destroyed me. And still, I... I struggle to breathe. Uh...
[taking out Eden's death certificate]
Ben: I owe it to her. To all of us. To find Eden. I have to hang on to that hope. I'm never gonna stop looking for her.

Jared: You got a second?
Ben: Not unless you're here to tell me NYPD is actually gonna do something for once to help find my daughter. They won't even return my calls.
Jared: Ben, brother... hey. You need to take a break, man.
Ben: I'm never gonna take a break. Does nobody get that? Not until I find her.
Jared: Ben, there's a reason the detectives aren't calling you back.
[giving him a folder]
Jared: The state legally declared Eden deceased. NYPD closed the missing persons file. I wanted you to hear it from a friend, not just some random suit.
Ben: [opening the folder, he finds a death certificate] No.
Jared: Ben. Ben, Angelina and Eden's prints were found on that bridge. They found her backpack floating in the Narrows days after Grace...
Ben: Yeah, but no bodies! Why no bodies?
Jared: We've been through this, Ben. The currents. They would have pulled them into the Atlantic. We weren't expecting on finding any bodies.
Ben: I know she's out there. She's alive. And if the NYPD won't look for her, screw them. And screw you, Jared! I won't stop. I can't.

Zeke: The divine consciousness has infinite space, infinite time, but we're doing what we do best, connecting with each other.

Lady at the counter where Zeke is counselling: His last counselor almost quit. How do you get through to these people?
Zeke: They do all the work. I just feel their pain.

Robert: All you Stones. You're like moths to a flame when it comes to danger.
Cal: Is that a metaphor? 'Cause I missed high school.

Michaela: You're gonna head towards the water. There's a stack of containers right beside the ship. You gotta slow down. You're walking way too fast.
Cal: This is how I walk.
Michaela: Well, it's suspicious. Slow down.

Zeke: I'm just here to help. The thing about addiction, it can feel like... Feels like there's no way out. Feels like counseling is useless. It feels like...
Patient: It is useless.
Zeke: Like I said, feels that way. I've been in your seat. A few times.
Patient: How'd you get out?
Zeke: Most of us self-medicate to make our demons go away. I finally realized my demons weren't going anywhere. They're a part of me. And they can rule my life, or they can make me stronger.
Zeke: Stop trying to hide from your pain.
Zeke: Let it out. It's okay. It's okay.
Zeke: Let it out.

Michaela: You're in a good mood. It's been a while.
Cal: Every day for two years, two really hard years, I've been trying to figure out where it all went wrong. Mom's dead. Eden's gone. I'm... older, and I don't have answers for any of it.
Michaela: Cal, that's a lot.
Cal: The point is, uh, every day, I think if I can just get back to the plane, maybe I can fix all this, and... today, I... I finally had a Calling again, and... and it feels like... like the plane's sort of come back to me now.