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  • Harold Crick: This may sound like gibberish to you... but uh... but I think I'm in a tragedy.
    ‐ Submitted by Chauncey S (5 months ago)

  • Harold Crick: You just said ten seconds ago, you wouldn't help me.
    Professor Jules Hilbert: It's been a very revealing ten seconds.
    ‐ Submitted by Tonya Russ P (2 years ago)

  • Harold Crick: I brought you flours.
    ‐ Submitted by Kenneth R (3 years ago)

  • Professor Jules Hilbert: Aren't you glad you're not a golem?
    Harold Crick: Yes. I am glad I'm not a golem.
    ‐ Submitted by waverly p (4 years ago)

  • Karen 'Kay' Eiffel: If only he knew that by wednesday he will die.
    Harold Crick: What? Did you who said that?
    ‐ Submitted by Yariv A (4 years ago)

  • ER Orderly: Are you suffering from something?
    Karen 'Kay' Eiffel: Just writer's block.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Penny Escher: And I supposed you smoked all these cigarettes.
    Karen 'Kay' Eiffel: [beat] No, they came pre-smoked.
    Penny Escher: [deadpan] They said you were funny...
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Harold Crick: Thank you for forcing me to eat them.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Ana Pascal: Mr. Crick! You're here early. Must have a lot of people to extort.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Harold Crick: Professor Hilbert, I'm an IRS agent. Everyone hates me.
    Professor Jules Hilbert: Right, good. Have you met anyone recently who might loathe the very core of you?
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Karen 'Kay' Eiffel: I don't need a nicotine patch, Penny, I smoke cigarettes.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Professor Jules Hilbert: Aren't you relieved to know you're not a Golem?
    Harold Crick: Yes. I am relieved to know that I am not a Golem.
    Professor Jules Hilbert: Good. [silence]
    Professor Jules Hilbert: [sighs] Do you have magical powers?
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Professor Jules Hilbert: You are not King Hamlet, Scout Finch, Miss Marple, Frankenstein's Monster...or a Golem.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Professor Jules Hilbert: Agreed. Let's start with ridiculous and move backwards.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Ana Pascal: [laughing at Harold's humor]
    Karen 'Kay' Eiffel: [narrating] Harold nervously made small talk.
    Harold Crick: You have very...[gesturing] straight teeth.
    Karen 'Kay' Eiffel: [narrating] Very small talk.
    Ana Pascal: Thanks. They're real. [nodding]
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Ana Pascal: Actually, uh, it's my weekly evil conspiracy and needlepoint group.
    Harold Crick: Oh...
    Ana Pascal: Wanna come?
    Harold Crick: I left my thimbles and socialist reading material at home.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Ana Pascal: Okay, apology accepted. But only because you stammered.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Karen 'Kay' Eiffel: As Harold took a bite of Bavarian sugar cookie, he finally felt as if everything was going to be ok. Sometimes, when we lose ourselves in fear and despair, in routine and constancy, in hopelessness and tragedy, we can thank God for Bavarian sugar cookies. And, fortunately, when there aren't any cookies, we can still find reassurance in a familiar hand on our skin, or a kind and loving gesture, or subtle encouragement, or a loving embrace, or an offer of comfort, not to mention hospital gurneys and nose plugs, an uneaten Danish, soft-spoken secrets, and Fender Stratocasters, and maybe the occasional piece of fiction. And we must remember that all these things, the nuances, the anomalies, the subtleties, which we assume only accessorize our days, are effective for a much larger and nobler cause. They are here to save our lives. I know the idea seems strange, but I also know that it just so happens to be true. And, so it was, a wristwatch saved Harold Crick.
    ‐ Submitted by Abigael Joy M (4 years ago)

  • Professor Jules Hilbert: Hmm? Aren't you relieved to know you're not a golem?
    Harold Crick: Yes. I am relieved to know that I am not a golem.
    ‐ Submitted by Letitia L (4 years ago)

  • Ana Pascal: (throws wad of dough on wall, shouting) Tax man!
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Harold Crick: You have very... straight teeth.
    Ana Pascal: Oh, yeah. They're real.
    ‐ Submitted by Diego T (4 years ago)

  • Karen 'Kay' Eiffel: This is a story about a man named Harold Crick and his wristwatch. Harold Crick was a man of infinite numbers, endless calculations, and remarkably few words. And his wristwatch said even less. Every weekday, for twelve years, Harold would brush each of his thirty-two teeth seventy-six times. Thirty-eight times back and forth, thirty-eight times up and down. Every weekday, for twelve years, Harold would tie his tie in a single Windsor knot instead of the double, thereby saving up to forty-three seconds. His wristwatch thought the single Windsor made his neck look fat, but said nothing.
    ‐ Submitted by Chris P (5 years ago)

  • Ana Pascal: Harold you're not fine! Look at you, you're severely injured!
    ‐ Submitted by Chris P (5 years ago)

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