ALFRED HITCHCOCK, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, "The Cheney Vase" (1955)
Oh, look, the Americans are relying on violence to solve their problems. What a surprise.
DEMON BOUNCER, Angel, "The Girl in Question" (2004)
So they're doing a story about violence in America. And while they are interviewing a bloated senator from one of our great trailer park states, instead of making guns harder to get, he blames the violence on television. What about all the violence that happened before television? I suppose the Spanish Inquisition came off a bad episode of "Gilligan's Island."
DR. JOHN BECKER, Becker (1998)
I hate personal violence, especially when I'm the person.
VILA, Blakes 7, "The Way Back" (1978)
Normally, I deplore violence--but in your case I'll make an exception!
BULMA, Dragon Ball, "Deadly Battle" (2002)
So does the violence make them stupid or does the stupidity lead to violence?
DETECTIVE TIM BAYLISS, Homicide: Life on the Street (1993)
There's a war on, and we've no time for violence!
MAJOR FRANK BURNS, M*A*S*H*, "Deal Me Out" (1973)
We solve our problems with violence. That's who we are. That's who we've always been. Not just in this war, but in all wars. And when we're done, we ask each other for forgiveness, understanding, and peace. Let's hope, let's pray I guess. Let's pray our capacity for forgiveness doesn't run out before our capacity for tearing each other apart!
PRIVATE FRANK "DIM" DUMPHY, Over There, "Follow the Money" (2005)
If they take the violence off TV, the kids won't have anything to watch on Saturday morning.
EILEEN BRENNAN, Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (1967)
Where there is no emotion, there is no motive for violence.
MR. SPOCK, Star Trek, "Dagger of the Mind" (1966)
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