Since it is now summer and there is less to watch, I have decided to do this every other week. So, these are my favorite quotes from the past two weeks, not just from shows currently on the air, but also other random things I happen to be watching.
Game of Thrones
Tyrion: A ruler who kills those devoted to her is not a ruler who inspires devotion.
Abed: It has to be joyful, effortless, fun. TV defeats it’s own purpose when it’s pushing an agenda or trying to defeat other TV or being proud or ashamed of itself for existing. It’s TV. It’s comfort. It’s a friend you’ve known so well, and for so long, you just let it be with you. And it needs to be okay for it have a bad day or a phone-in day. And it needs to be okay for it to get on a boat with Levar Burton and never come back. Because eventually, it all will.
Annie: I think you should kiss me goodbye, or you might regret it for the rest of your life.
Liza: You’re getting your own coffee?
Diana: I like to keep my life skills sharp, in case there’s another Sandy.
Liv: I feel really bad for her. I kind of have a contact sad.
Booth: You can’t eat pie fast or you cramp. That is a science.
Crystal: You can’t crush the human spirit.
Delphine: You know, my security concerns, they’re not jealousy. I’m French. We enjoy lovers.
Crystal: What happened to your voice?
Felix: Nothing. This is my truth voice.
Felix: What kind of monster threatens a man’s cat?
Game of Thrones
Alliser: You have a good heart, Jon Snow. It will get us all killed.
Stannis: If a man knows what he is and remains true to himself, the choice is no choice at all. He must fulfill his destiny and become who he was meant to be. No matter how much he may hate it.
Amanita’s Mother: I imagine that to be more than what evolution would define as yourself, you’d need something different from yourself.
Kala: My love for science doesn’t preclude my faith. For me, science is another language we use to talk about the same miracles that faith talks about.
Hernando: In the end, we will all be judged by the courage of our hearts.
Nomi: Their violence was petty and ignorant, but ultimately, it was true to who they were. The real violence, the violence that I realize was unforgivable, was the violence that we do to ourselves when we’re too afraid to be who we really are.
Cheryl: Were you a waitress at Serafina?
Liza: No, but I do have waitress face, so I get that a lot.
Lena: DNA doesn’t make a family. Love does.