"Nintendo. It's a bunch of little men fighting turtles or something." (Halt and Catch Fire, S02E05)
"True evil is, above all things, seductive." (Penny Dreadful, S02E09)
"I thought about putting Pandora and her wicked box in the exhibit, but in the end, I didn't. I mean, how could you show what the box contained?"
"I could tell you – a mirror." (Penny Dreadful, S02E09)
"In this house, I have found kindness among the unkind." (Penny Dreadful, S02E09)
Charlie's birthday cake (MasterChef, S06E08)
"He likes music, he likes wine, he likes food, and he likes you. How did you taste, Dr. Bloom? Sweet, I bet. I'm sure you got a taste of him too. Spitters are quitters, and you don't strike me as a quitter." (Hannibal, S03E05)
Miami Vice 30th Anniversary Retrospective
Talent from the original smash hit NBC primetime series including Michael Talbott (Det. Stanley Switek), Olivia Brown (Det. Switek), Edward James Olmos (Lt. Castillo), writer Anthony Yerkovich (creator of Miami Vice), writer Jonathan London (Miami Vice graphic novel) will join Lion Forge Comics senior editor Shannon Eric Denton to discuss the enduring legacy of the show that spawned decades of neo-noir cop shows to follow, and the music, the colors, the alligators, and the action that made it such a hit.
I know Don Johnson is in an ABC programme premiering this fall, but what is Philip Michael Thomas doing that he can't participate?
I hate when black people call me "sir." It's discomforting. I don't ever want to be a "sir" – especially to a black person.
Okay, 1. It's 2014. Why are you still handing out CDs? Just share your music on the Internet!, and 2. How can you expect me to give you money for a CD that I didn't ask for?
After declining to give him money, what if I hadn't relinquished the CD-R that he handed me? What if I just ran off with it? Would he chase me down?
After running into a barricade of CD peddlers in San Francisco, I thought: Instead, why don't they figure out how to give away their music à la U2's last album? Somehow force their music onto the phones of passersby.
After passing a homeless man distributing a homeless newspaper in San Francisco, I thought: A homeless tabloid. Homeless TMZ. Homeless BuzzFeed. 22 Things Only Homeless People Will Understand.
And while chilling on a balcony in San Francisco, I thought of chases across rooftops, which led to… Idea: A fake adjoining rooftops course – like a rock climbing wall, but for running/parkour.
"Aspen. That's a boy's name?" (True Detective, S02E01)
"You're supposed to savour that."
"Yeah? Let me try it again." (True Detective, S02E01)
"We were created to rule, my love, and the blood of mankind will water our garden, us, and our kin, and our children, and our generations. We are the conquerors. We are the pure blood. We are steel and sinew both. We are the next thousand years. We are the dead." (Penny Dreadful, S02E08)
"Fuck the Trojans" (Ballers, S01E01)
Don Shula: "You are an asshole." (Ballers, S01E01)
Mixing Belgian waffle batter in a saxophone (Cutthroat Kitchen, S08E06)
"It feels like all our heroes are counterfeit" – Lance Armstrong, Bill Cosby, Tom Brady (Mr. Robot, S01E01)
"You like music. I like music. Maroon 5?" (Mr. Robot, S01E01)
"Even though he's the head technology guy at one of the biggest companies in the world, he owns a BlackBerry." (Mr. Robot, S01E01)
"Nobody beats the Riz." (Hannibal, S03E04)
"I'm all ears. They've just been…redistributed." (Hannibal, S03E04)
The Only Game in Town (2015)
Cormack Vertue is an autistic teenager with a unique ability – he never fails to get out at solitaire. This makes him a prime candidate for the school solitaire team and gives him an opportunity to impress Odette, the love of his life. Sadly, his efforts don't go down well with Odette's hockey-star boyfriend Alastair. Cormack's abilities also attract attention from the sinister underworld of championship solitaire.
DIRECTED BY CORY ON TRAILER PARK BOYS.
Film Idea: A remake of Speed set on a tech company's plush private bus ferrying employees to work in Silicon Valley.
Sitcom Idea: One man's adventures at weddings. Each episode is set at a different wedding. Think Curb Your Enthusiasm × Party Down.
Halloween Idea: Distribute candy to children wearing a fake and conspicuous ankle bracelet.