ALEX "HITCH" HITCHENS, Hitch (2005)
I'm starting to get why parents lie to their kids...you know, you want 'em to believe that the worst thing out there is mixing Pop Rocks and Coke, protect them from the real evil. You want 'em going to bed feeling safe. That means lying to 'em...so be it.
DEAN WINCHESTER, Supernatural, "I Believe the Children Are Our Future" (2009)
My life was one very long process of lying and lying again, to figure out how to cover those other lies. Like a stock graph, there's going to be exceptions in this. But the general trend of the stories is that they started out with a few made up details and quotes. And granted a few too many, of course. But a few. And then they progressed into stories that were completely fabricated. Just completely made up out of whole cloth.
STEPHEN GLASS, 60 Minutes, "Stephen Glass" (2003)
Sometimes the truth hurts. In these situations, I recommend lying.
MICHAEL WESTEN, Burn Notice, "Pilot" (2007)
Once the trust goes out of a relationship, it's really no fun lying to them anymore.
NORM PETERSON, Cheers, "I'll Be Seeing You: Part 1" (1984)
He's lying. That's why I took this job, I can always tell when a whitey's talking out of his ass; it's a gift.
WARRICK BROWN, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, "Pilot" (2000)
I'm not supposed to be here, but I am. I don't know if I'm supposed to watch over them or just haunt them. Either way, I'd be lying if I said I wasn't having fun. I'd be lying if I said I didn't want to be here, walking thru a graveyard, the day after Halloween, on a quiet and beautiful November morning. It's not so bad...being dead like me.
GEORGIA "GEORGE" LASS, Dead Like Me (2003)
Lying is bad, or so we're told. Constantly. From birth. Honesty is the best policy. The truth shall set you free. I chopped down the cherry tree. Whatever!
DR. MEREDITH GREY, Grey's Anatomy, "Tell Me Sweet Little Lies" (2006)
As your lawyer, I can't stop you from lying. I can't even be in the room. But I would be remiss if I didn't prep you to lie better.
STACY WARNER, House M.D., "The Mistake" (2005)
You know how I can tell if a 17-year-old girl is lying? When her mouth moves.
JUDGE JUDY, Judge Judy (1996)
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