HERCULE POIROT, Agatha Christie: Poirot, "Five Little Pigs" (2003)
Doors are meant to be opened. That's why they have hinges and knobs. You put up a barrier and someone is gonna walk through it. It's human nature to want to know what's on the other side... and to ignore the obvious catch. Doors are there for a reason.
MADDUX DONNER, Defying Gravity, "Threshold" (2009)
Want a real glimpse of the human nature? Stand in the way of someone's mocha latte.
DEXTER MORGAN, Dexter, "The Dark Defender" (2007)
We split the atom, make a bomb. We come up with anything new, the first thing we do is destroy, manipulate, control. It's human nature.
PAUL BALLARD, Dollhouse, "Stagefright" (2009)
We need more understanding of human nature, because the only real danger that exists is man himself.
CARL GUSTAV JUNG, Face to Face, "Professor Jung" (1959)
To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human.
MOUSE, The Matrix (1999)
Human nature doesn't change. The Dark Ages were a thousand years of chaos, war, famine and disease; you think that won't happen again because we have computers and jet planes and cellular phones? Think again.
OPERATIONS, La Femme Nikita, "Endgame" (1998)
It's human nature to love what we don't have.
LIEUTENANT GEORDI LA FORGE, Star Trek: The Next Generation, "Elementary, Dear Data" (1988)
Given the base, vile, selfish, petty, competitive nature of the human animal, I believe any act of kindness constitutes a small miracle.
SIXTY-SIX, Leaving Normal (1992)
Love is a minefield, you take a step and get blown to pieces, put yourself back together again and stupidly take another step. I guess that's human nature, it hurts so much to be alone that we'd all rather blow up than be single.
KATE WELLES, Love & Sex (2000)
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