"The devil came in." —Sally Langston
Sally Langston commits the ultimate sin by killing her closeted husband, Daniel Douglas, then calling Cyrus to come to her rescue. Although she blames the devil in one of her many usual Christian diatribes, Cyrus' devious shenanigans prove he's the true culprit for how things unfolded. Evidence is in this scene's flashbacks.
"Hell hath no fury like a woman whose husband is screwing another man." —Cyrus
Cy's no woman, but his fury turns nuclear once James drops his pants for another man. Hell is currently unfolding because of it.
"Don't use the person that I made to make you into a man. You’re a boy!" —Eli to Fitz
In arguably the most flawlessly executed scene of the entire drama series, Papa Pope delivers Fitz a devastating theory: The President screws Liv because she's his escape from living up to his father's expectations; she's his "door marked exit." Playing on the dynamics of boy vs. man and white privilege vs. hard work, Rowan reads Fitz for absolute filth.
"Whatever happens next, I want you to know I loved you" —Jake
You hear that? That's the sound of hearts breaking all over the world. Jake leaves the Haus of Olivia to take post at B613, unbeknownst to Liv. But in that last passionate kiss, it's clear that love doesn't just live at the White House.
"You kill somebody, you call me" —Leo
Leo is no equal Liv, but he's got a shot at being a key player in how Sally's storyline unfolds. After she shows him the proverbial blood on her hands, he sounds like he wants to "fix" it. More on him next season.