"This is all pretty fucking scary" -- J.J. Abrams

Curated by @numberless.

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21st June 2010

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Just in case we were beginning to doubt the literacy or vocabulary of the writers.— “The Moth”, Scene 38

Just in case we were beginning to doubt the literacy or vocabulary of the writers.
— “The Moth”, Scene 38

2nd June 2010

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fuck•struck | ˈfək-ˌstrək |
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So fucking unbelievably shocked or surprised as to be unable to fucking speak : The fact that they used the term “fuckstruck” has left me utterly fuckstruck.
— “House of the Rising Sun”, Scene 39

fuck•struck | ˈfək-ˌstrək |
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So fucking unbelievably shocked or surprised as to be unable to fucking speak : The fact that they used the term “fuckstruck” has left me utterly fuckstruck.

— “House of the Rising Sun”, Scene 39

2nd June 2010

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That must’ve been a difficult casting call.— “House of the Rising Sun”, Scene 17

That must’ve been a difficult casting call.
— “House of the Rising Sun”, Scene 17

1st June 2010

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I think “Big Time Family Shit” was the working title for The Sopranos.— “White Rabbit”, Scene 22

I think “Big Time Family Shit” was the working title for The Sopranos.
— “White Rabbit”, Scene 22

1st June 2010

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Screenplay by James Ford.— “White Rabbit”, Scene 1

Screenplay by James Ford.
— “White Rabbit”, Scene 1

12th May 2010

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Whoa. This guy is, like, some kind of whittling MASTER. I bet he whittles something new and awesome every episode. And we’ll call him THE WHITTLER.

Man, this show is sweet. Anyone got any Cheez-Its?— “Tabula Rasa”, Scene 38

Whoa. This guy is, like, some kind of whittling MASTER. I bet he whittles something new and awesome every episode. And we’ll call him THE WHITTLER.

Man, this show is sweet. Anyone got any Cheez-Its?
— “Tabula Rasa”, Scene 38

12th May 2010

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Sometimes I wonder if the script wasn’t annotated by someone’s 17 year-old stoner son.— “Tabula Rasa”, Scene 35

Sometimes I wonder if the script wasn’t annotated by someone’s 17 year-old stoner son.
— “Tabula Rasa”, Scene 35

11th May 2010

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Then JOY. Then SADNESS. Then MIRTH. Then LETHARGY. Then HUNGER. Then back to CONFUSION. Then RAGE. And finally, AMBIVALENCE.— “Tabula Rasa”, Scene 1

Then JOY. Then SADNESS. Then MIRTH. Then LETHARGY. Then HUNGER. Then back to CONFUSION. Then RAGE. And finally, AMBIVALENCE.
— “Tabula Rasa”, Scene 1

11th May 2010

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Welcome to LOST: where even water coming out of the sky is WORTHY OF HYPERBOLE.— “Pilot”, Scene 72

Welcome to LOST: where even water coming out of the sky is WORTHY OF HYPERBOLE.
— “Pilot”, Scene 72

11th May 2010

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Well, I’m spooked. Are you?— “Pilot”, Scene 146

Well, I’m spooked. Are you?
— “Pilot”, Scene 146