Collected Quotes TV Series Collected Quotes: Chasing Life

TV Series Collected Quotes: Chasing Life

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“You’re an adult now. It’s okay to let some relationships be superficial.”
— “Locks of Love.”

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“Being blunt is just my coping mechanism.”
— “Death Becomes Her.”


“Religion is separate from God. It’s one way to connect with God, but religion, it’s a whole way of life. It’s sort of a long term solution. It’s not a quick fix.”
—  “Rest in Peace.“

Season 1

“You have control over your own success. What is it worth to you? What’s it worth giving up?”
—  “No News Is Bad News.”


“[…] having people look up to you for anything is kind of awesome.”
—  “Life, Actually.”


“We all have private parts. But there’s one part I consider private that not everyone does: The Heart. It’s a vulnerable organ, it breaks easily. Some people are lucky enough to know what it feels like when it’s full, and then there’s everybody else. I happen to be one of those people. I’ve never been in love before.”

—  “Life, Actually.”


“Religion is separate from God. It’s one way to connect with God, but religion, it’s a whole way of life. It’s sort of a long term solution. It’s not a quick fix.”

—  “Rest in Peace.”


“You’re an adult now. It’s okay to let some relationships be superficial.”

— “Locks of Love.”


“Being blunt is just my coping mechanism.”

— “Death Becomes Her.”


“You got to be careful about what you make your priorities. You put the wrong thing first too long, […] you’ll be waking up in the wrong life.”

— “I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead.”


“You got to be around people who understand the language you’re speaking.”

— “Blood Cancer Sex Carrots.”


“You never truly live, until you know you’re going to die.”

— “Blood Cancer Sex Carrots.”


“Stop thinking about things in the short-term because, believe me, if you don’t there may not be a long-term.”

— “Help Wanted.”

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I started Wherever I Look back in 2011 and from movies, TV, the occasional book, play, and Broadway show, have been trying to bridge the gap between a critic and an avid lover of various forms of media.

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