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The Pretender (TV series)

The Pretender is an American drama television series starring Michael T. Weiss and Andrea Parker, produced by NBC Studios. Aired from September 19, 1996 until May 17, 2000.

Season 1Edit

Pilot [1.1]Edit

Sydney: The Centre wants him alive.
Miss Parker: Preferably.

Every Picture Tells a Story [1.2]Edit

Jarod: When are you due?
Martha Poole: I should've made L.C. months ago but Commander Powell keeps putting it off.
Jarod: Not your promotion. Your baby. I'd say from your nausea and your sore back, you're about nine weeks.
Martha: My husband doesn't even know. What are you, a part-time obstetrician?
Jarod: No, but I was a midwife once.

Kimberly King: Didn't you ever eat cookies as a kid?
Jarod: They didn't have cookies where I grew up.
Kimberl: Where'd you grow up? Mars?
Jarod: Sort of.

Flyer [1.3]Edit

(After learning that he can now communicate with Jarod face to face over the computer.)

Sydney: I don't want Miss Parker to find out about this.
Broots: Uh, wait...wait a minute. Uh, you want to play political Parcheesi with the Ice Queen, you go...go right ahead, but I'm not dancing in the minefield. No way.
Sydney: (laughing) You are afraid of losing your job!
Broots: I'm afraid of losing my life.

'Bartender: What's your poison?
Jarod: Excuse me?
Bartender: What's your drink?
Jarod: Uh, I was raised on optimized nutritional supplements: hearts of palm, wheatgrass, asparagus mixed with tomato.
Bartender: Virgin Mary, celery garnished.

Jarod: You can stretch it, bounce it, and copy newsprint with it, and it comes in its own plastic egg.
Store Clerk: Yeah. See, the egg is like a symbol of this stuff's birth, you know? Its being. It's not just putty. It's whatever you want it to be.
Jarod: Oh. Well, why would they call something this versatile silly?
Store Clerk: Would you buy something called Versatile Putty?

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