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Bird: This wasn’t an urban legend, this was real.”
Lee: You grew up in a cul-de-sac in Henley, what do you know about tragedy?
Tim: The Greeks invented it, Shakespeare wrote about it, the Bee-Gees sang it and Steps covered it.”
Ricky Ricardo: I don't think so. It's my night off, why?
Fred Mertz: I'd like you to join me in commemoration of an 18-year-old tragedy.
Ricky Ricardo: What do you mean?
Fred Mertz: Well, it's our wedding anniversary.
Ricky Ricardo: Oh, you want us to join you in the celebration?
Fred Mertz: I'd prefer to think of it as a grim reminder.”
John Silver: I perceived its effects on you. What I assumed was sorrow, loneliness, and, most of all, terror at the thing you were becoming. There is an element of this... journey into the dark that... I'm only now beginning to appreciate.
Captain Flint: What's that?
John Silver: How good it feels.”
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