Katie Holmes quotes
“Look, no matter how bad things are, they can always get worse.”
“I'm going to have to buy some boring underwear!”
“- David: Somebody might come in here
- Jessica King: Guess you'd better fuck me fast.”
“Since I was 9, I knew for every day of the rest of my life I'd have to stick a needle in my arm. Early onset diabetes.”
“What chance does Gotham have when the good people do nothing?”
“- Samantha Harper: You're down in New York consulting with Lou Gerstner or the head of GE telling them how to buy South American countries but on the weekends, you fly back up here to hang out with the cop, do cop things, maybe go to cop mixers...
- Katie Burke: I like the cop.
- Samantha Harper: Yeah, um, I can see that.”
“- Steve: We're the only ones left.
- Rachel: So what do we do now?
- Steve: We go home.
- Rachel: Where's that?
- Steve: Wherever. Wherever we are.”
“Deep down you may still be that same great kid you used to be. But it's not who you are underneath, it's what you do that defines you.”
- Rachel Dawes: What's "scarecrow"?
- Dr. Jonathan Crane: Patients suffering delusional episodes often focus their paranoia on an external tormentor. Usually one conforming to Jungian archetypes. In this case, a scarecrow.
“- Leigh Ann Watson: There are certain similarities between society today and seventeenth century Salem. I guess that would be the irony of it all.
- Mrs. Tingle: Irony is the opposite of what is or might be expected. For example, if Ms. Watson was expecting an A on her history project, she might find the actual result to be rather ironic.”
“- Leigh Ann Watson: I am not scared of you.
- Mrs. Tingle: Who do you think you're fooling? You're so scared I can smell it. Your fear is the most predictable thing about you. You've lived your whole life in fear. Terrified of making a mistake, scared to death you won't get that A, that ticket out. Afraid you'll never escape your mother and her...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Mrs. Tingle, threats are a sign of weakness.”
“- Hannah Green: Grady, you know how in class you're always telling us that writers make choices?
- Prof. Grady Tripp: Yeah.
- Hannah Green: And even though you're book is really beautiful, I mean, amazingly beautiful, it's... it's at times... it's... very detailed. You know, with the genealogies of everyone's horses, and the dental records, and...” (continue)(continue reading)