Emma: I would rather be here, far from you, but feeling really close, rather than close to you but feeling really far away.

The Role You Were Born to Play (season 4, episode 5)

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The Role You Were Born to Play (season 4, episode 5)

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The Role You Were Born to Play (season 4, episode 5)

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The Role You Were Born to Play (season 4, episode 5)

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