RICHARD FISH, Ally McBeal, "Changes" (1997)
It's embarrassing when children don't adhere to stereotypes.
STAN SMITH, American Dad, "Big Trouble in Little Langley" (2005)
Parents have to die. It's the only way children can come into their own.
AARON DORAL, Battlestar Galactica, "Bastille Day" (2004)
I personally think it all begins with the children. Someone ought to rewrite those fairy tales. Well, you know, show Hansel and Gretel for what they really are: a couple of pushy kids going around eating sweet old ladies' houses.
BERTHA, Bewitched, "The Witches are Out" (1964)
Don't you watch television? I thought all children despise effort and enjoy cartoons.
ANYA, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "Forever" (2001)
A child's mind is their strength and their weakness.
EMMA LEROY, Corner Gas (2004)
I wanted to be a children doctor but little kids hated me.
BUG, Crossing Jordan (2001)
Give your children roots and wings. You know, a good basis and the freedom to use it.
DR. DONNA CHEN, Danger Bay, "Roots and Wings" (1987)
We're supposed to see hope in children. But right now, all I see are little bundles of uncertainty. And germs.
DEXTER MORGAN, Dexter, "Finding Freebo" (2008)
Seems parents and children spend half their lives not seeing eye to eye. By the time they do find some common ground, there's barely any time left to enjoy it.
LOREN BRAY, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993)
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