I don't understand people and I don't know how to reach them, it seems I was never taught. I tend to think relationships form through very superficial terms, like physical attractiveness and money exclusively. If not, how in the world do they? Do you have to be really charming and 'fun'? The times I was in love, I liked the person for who they are. But I don't think anyone could ever possibly like me solely for who I am, I used to think everyone would. But my complete lack of friends and love is proof enough. Oh well... it does not matter. I don't need anyone.
Ugh, the guy who mows my empty lot in Nebraska doesn't text, doesn't leave phone messages, has to talk to me directly on the phone. Will only take payment by check or Moneygram(?!). He's an 80's timewarp.
Still believes in when the bank teller was personal experience.
Olivia: I don't think that he can. I mean, not without you. Peter... you don't belong here.
Peter: No, I don't belong here. But I don't belong there, either
Olivia: Yes, you do. I have thought of one hundred reasons...
Walter: I lost the people I loved most and I imagine you miss them too, the people you've left behind.
Peter: Yes I do.
Walter: I will help you, Peter. I--I will help you get home. The last 25 years, I've spent thinking about losing my son. I thought I was an expert on loss. Maybe that's why you are here, because there are still things that I need to learn. What?
Peter: I just spent the last several days with the other Walter, and I was very surprised to learn he was not the man that I thought he was. But I am not at all surprised to learn that you are.
Walter: Is that a good thing?
Peter: Yes, Walter. That is a very good thing.
September the Observer: Walter, twenty years ago when I agreed to let you be the one to take him, I didn't have the feelings I have now. Later, when I began to realize the height of his intellect and what you call the depths of his emotion, still, I couldn't understand what it was that I meant to him. And I was unable to reciprocate. When I saw you. When I saw Peter, and saw what he meant to you... then I understood what my feelings were. And why they were important.