TUCK, Robin Hood, "Cause and Effect" (2009)
Old stories are rather like old friends. Every once in a while, you have to drop in on them, just to see how they're doing.
FATHER, Beauty and the Beast, "Masques" (1987)
When I was your age I...wait, I can't tell that story, it's wildly inappropriate. Which, oddly enough, is my point. Don't you want wildly inappropriate stories that you can't tell your children?
RICHARD CASTLE, Castle, "Flowers for Your Grave" (2009)
Some people's stories are so stupid, you couldn't make them up.
DETECTIVE MAC TAYLOR, CSI: NY, "Zoo York" (2005)
People want stories about things they can relate to: life and death, good and evil.
JAKE SISCO, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, "...Nor the Battle to the Strong" (1996)
Stories often have happy endings, it's life that throws you for a loop.
DR. IRA GRAVES, Star Trek: The Next Generation, "The Schizoid Man" (1989)
Science fiction is an existential metaphor that allows us to tell stories about the human condition. Isaac Asimov once said, "Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinded critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation, if we are to be saved at all."
DOUGLAS ANDERS, Stargate SG-1, "200" (2006)
So much in this world is hidden behind masks. We tell our children stories about good and evil, while knowing it's not that simple.
SARAH CONNOR, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, "Vick's Chip" (2008)
It pays to know your history; in it you'll find some of the greatest stories in the world.
GENE AUTRY, The Gene Autry Show, "Ghost Mountain" (1953)
Human interest stories: they cloud the issues and fog the mind.
KENT BROCKMAN, The Simpsons (1989)
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