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“- Latrelle Williamson: I know you're gay, Ty! I've known you're gay since you were five years old and you wanted that doll Suzy Q for Christmas instead of the dump truck that your daddy wanted to buy you! I know you're gay, Ty, I've always known, but could we just please bury your grandmother and get on with life? Huh? Could we? Because I think...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Catherine: Have you ever fucked on cocaine, Nick? It's nice.
- Nick: You like playing games don't you?
- Catherine: I have a degree in psychology, it goes with the turf... Games are fun.”
“- Dr. Buddy Rydell: Let me explain something to you, Dave. There are two kinds of angry people in this world: explosive and implosive. Explosive is the kind of individual you see screaming at the cashier for not taking their coupons. Implosive is the cashier who remains quiet day after day and finally shoots everyone in the store. You're the...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Anorexia is an awful thing, but you get yourself into it, and only you can get yourself out of it.”
“Eva-If I were cheating, I wouldn't have suggested this game.
Lele-Or you are and you want to be found out. There's this psychological mechanism according to which serial-killers do all they can to get found out.”
“You catch these killers by getting into their heads, but you also allow them into your own.”
“Homer's Brain-Don't you get it? You've got to use reverse psychology.
Homer-That sounds too complicated.
Homer's Brain-OK, don't use reverse psychology.
Homer-All right, I will!”
“I love meeting people’s moms. It’s like reading an instruction manual as to why they’re nuts.”
“You know, people that give me advice, I reckon they’re talking to themselves.”
“Julie-Oh, classy choice, Jimmy, although it's pretty obvious that you're with her because you can't be with Kirsten. You know, I think in psychology that's called transference.
Jimmy-Oh, and you marrying Caleb, I think in psychology that's called shameless gold-digging”
“One dog moves out, another moves in. It's the circle of life.”
“I don't respect therapy. Because I'm a scientist. Because I invent, transform, create, and destroy for a living, and when I don't like something about the world, I change it. And I don't think going to a rented office in a strip mall to listen to some agent of averageness explain which words mean which feelings has ever helped anyone do...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Sometimes it’s easier to make intimate issues about something bigger than yourself.”
“It’s a fine balance, listening to people without inserting yourself into their reality.”
“Felicia-Ugh, that face. Sociopath.
Mike Williams-Nah, that is focus, that is intensity, that is drive.”
“Psychopaths are convinced that there is nothing wrong with them, so these men are virtually impossible to study.”
“You get onto a crowded elevator, and you face the opposite direction, the back of the elevator, and everybody freaks out. They're uncomfortable for reasons they can't even articulate. But if you turn around and face the front, everybody relaxes.”
“The question is not only why did the killer do it, but why did the killer do it this way?”
“As an alienist, I treat mental and emotional disorders in my patients, and I try to alleviate their condition. I do not presume to cure them.”
“Sometimes society looks upon people as crazy. It may only mean that they are alienated from their own true natures.”
“Good night and sweet dreams... which we'll analyze at breakfast.”
“- Mr. Harrington: Just making rounds, seeing if anyone needs any emotional counseling after today's traumatic events.
- Peter Parker: No we're okay. We're- we're fine. Thank you.
- Mr. Harrington: Great. 'Cause, I'm not- I'm not qualified.”
“The hopeless dream of being - not seeming, but being. At every waking moment, alert. The gulf between what you are with others and what you are alone. The vertigo and the constant hunger to be exposed, to be seen through, perhaps even wiped out. Every inflection and every gesture a lie, every smile a grimace. Suicide? No, too vulgar. But you can...” (continue)(continue reading)