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Nate Fisher (Character)
from "Six Feet Under" (2001)

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"Six Feet Under: Everyone's Waiting (#5.12)" (2005)
Nate: Claire, you wanna know a secret? I spent my whole life being scared. Scared of not being ready, of not being right, of not being who I should be. And where did it get me?

Nate: Shut up, Margaret, you fuckin' idiot.

Nate: You can't take a picture of this. It's already gone.

Nate: [to Claire as she takes a family photo] You can't take a picture of this it's already gone.

Nate: [whispering into Claire's ear] You can't take a picture of this, it's already gone.


"Six Feet Under: Out, Out, Brief Candle (#2.2)" (2002)
Nate Fisher: [preparing to confess he has AVM disease] ... I have something to tell you.
David Fisher: What have you done now?

Nate Fisher: What would you rather have, some overly-educated gas bag like Trevor, or a semi-literate fuck-machine like me, come on.

Mitzi Dalton Huntley: [David hands her a cup of coffee] Y'all didn't put rat poison on in here, did ya?
Nate Fisher: Drink it and find out.

Mitzi Dalton Huntley: Been running? It's bad on the knees.
Nate Fisher: Everything's bad for something.


"Six Feet Under: Twilight (#3.12)" (2003)
Nate Fisher: None of this turned out the way I wanted it to. I wanted to love you. I did love you. And I just felt like we were beginning to... I know we were. I know it in my heart. I feel like I had this once-in-a-lifetime chance and I fucked it up.
Lisa Kimmel Fisher: Nate, I'm not a chance. I'm a person.

Claire: So, what are you guys doing tomorrow?
Nate Fisher: [talking an E note in unison with David] Same old shit.
David Fisher: [talking a lower B note in unison with Nate] Same old shit.

Nate Fisher: Have you seen what kind of fucking world this is? You see what people do to each other, what your fucking father did to people, and now you're going to cry... You don't get to cry.


"Six Feet Under: The Will (#1.2)" (2001)
Nate Fisher: Uh, Brenda, why do you have my name tattooed on your ass?

David: Do you have any respect for human life whatsoever?
Nate: I have a HUGE respect for human life, I just didn't know they could take a dump when they're dead!

Nathaniel Fisher: [as they look at his tombstone] Is that the best anyone could come up with - "Father, Husband, Caregiver"?
Nate Fisher: How would you prefer it - "Introvert, Sadist, Mindfucker"?


"Six Feet Under: An Open Book (#1.5)" (2001)
Nate Fisher: [just after leaving David and Keith] Oh, my God, I think David is gay!
Brenda Chenowith: I think David is lucky; did you get a look at that guy he was with?

Nate: [Introducing Brenda to David and Keith] This is Brenda, my, uh, my girlfriend.
Brenda: I prefer the term fuck puppet.

Brenda Chenowith: You don't really believe in god do you?
Nate Fisher: Well yeah. I mean, I don't believe in some bearded old white man up in a cloud, but I believe in something, some sort of undefinable creative force.
Brenda Chenowith: I think it's just all totally random.
Nate Fisher: Really?
Brenda Chenowith: Yeah. We live, we die, ultimately nothing means anything.
Nate Fisher: How can you live like that?
Brenda Chenowith: I dunno, sometimes I wake up so fucking empty I wish I'd never been born, but what choice do I have?


"Six Feet Under: Life's Too Short (#1.9)" (2001)
Nate Fisher: We could still leave.
Brenda: Why? What are you afraid of?
Nate Fisher: Humiliating myself, wasting someone's valuable time...
Brenda: Don't be so left-brained.

Nate Fisher: You really spooked me, Bren.
Brenda: What? The idea of me dying?
Nate Fisher: Yeah.
Brenda: I will die someday. We die, Nate. We all die.


"Six Feet Under: The Foot (#1.3)" (2001)
Brenda Chenowith: I don't want any children.
Nate Fisher: Whoa, who said anything about children?
Brenda Chenowith: I was referring to you.

Brenda Chenowith: You can't control things, nobody can.
Nate Fisher: Shut up.
Brenda Chenowith: There's only one thing that's certain. Everything changes.
Nate Fisher: Shut... up.


"Six Feet Under: Back to the Garden (#2.7)" (2002)
Nate: [appraising David's allegedly accidental new growth of facial hair] What time's your date?
David: Who said I have a date?
[Nate looks skeptical]
David: Tonight. Dinner.
Nate: [nods, looks again] Nah, it's a little too soon. The whole "Oops, I didn't know I was sexy" stubble look will actually peak at around... noon tomorrow. Believe me, I've perfected the art. Can you make it drinks after dinner? That'll give you another couple hours.

Nate: [of his illness] Every time I get a headache, I'm thinking this could be it.
Rabbi Ari: You must be really scared.
Nate: Yeah, I'm going to die.
Rabbi Ari: Yeah, me too.
Nate: Really? What do you have?
Rabbi Ari: A body.


"Six Feet Under: Knock, Knock (#1.13)" (2001)
Tracy Montrose Blair: Why do people have to die?
Nate Fisher: To make life important. None of us know how long we've got. Which is why we have to make each day matter.

Nate Fisher: You are one incredibly difficult and sometimes infuriating woman, and I cannot imagine my life without you. Promise me you'll be a better driver. Promise me you'll take care of yourself. Promise me you'll live as long as you can. 'Cause I don't know what I'd do if I lost you. So, if you wanna get married, I'm all for it.


"Six Feet Under: Timing & Space (#3.7)" (2003)
Bernard Chenowith: [of Brenda] You've found your happiness, Nate. She'll find hers. It's just a matter of time.
Nate Fisher: And what if I haven't found mine?

Brenda Chenowith: I've missed you. Through this.
Nate Fisher: I missed you too. I mean, it's not like I don't know how much being with you changed me. How much it woke me up as a person. I wouldn't be who I am today if I never met you. I certainly wouldn't floss everyday, that's for sure.
Brenda Chenowith: You're keeping up with that?
Nate Fisher: After every meal.
Brenda Chenowith: You changed me too.
Nate Fisher: Yeah? How so?
Brenda Chenowith: You're the first person I've lost for really costed me something. That's why I haven't been with anyone since.
Nate Fisher: Nobody?
Brenda Chenowith: It's too scaring, the thought of screwing it all up again.
Nate Fisher: Yeah, you'll find somebody.
Brenda Chenowith: That is so not the answer. You know what I think?
Nate Fisher: About what?
Brenda Chenowith: I don't know. Life.
Nate Fisher: What?
Brenda Chenowith: I think it's all about timing. I think timing is everything.
Nate Fisher: I think you might be right.


"Six Feet Under: Pilot (#1.1)" (2001)
Nate Fisher: Look, I have to go identify our dead father's body. I'm sorry you're having a bad drug experience, but deal with it.

Brenda: So... how's it going?
Nate Fisher: Oh, it's great... great. My father's dead, my mom's a whore, my brother wants to kill me, and my sister's smoking crack. I think I win.


"Six Feet Under: Static (#5.11)" (2005)
Nate: Brenda, I am pretty sure that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver are brother and sister and they're making it work.
Brenda: Just shut the fuck up.

Nate: You only get one life. There's no God, no rules, except for those you accept or create for yourself. Then once it's over... it's over. Dreamless sleep forever and ever. So why not be happy while you're here?


"Six Feet Under: Perfect Circles (#3.1)" (2003)
Nate Fisher: [witnessing his open-casket funeral] Damn it, David, I told you I wanted to be cremated.

Nate Fisher: Will you hurry up? I don't want to be late for my funeral.


"Six Feet Under: The New Person (#1.10)" (2001)
Nate: [to Brenda] OK, no offense, but your family's fucked up beyond comprehension.

Nate: I can't believe they pressured you into sacrificing your life for your brother.
Brenda Chenowith: Nobody pressured me... I wanted to stay.


"Six Feet Under: Familia (#1.4)" (2001)
Brenda: There'a a lot of sadness in this house.
Nate: It's a funeral home.

Nate: Claire, are you ok?
Claire: [long pause] No.
Nate: [concerned] Well, do you wanna talk about it?
Claire: Sure, my pimp's threatening to beat me up cuz I can't turn enough tricks... What's worse is, he's threatening to take away my smack, it's hell...!...
[laughs]
Nate: Why do you always have to be such a bitch?
Claire: Why d'you have to naturally assume I'm in trouble? Like you guys are such shining examples. Jesus!


"Six Feet Under: Driving Mr. Mossback (#2.4)" (2002)
Nate Fisher: Yeah, I'll have a double dub - uh - uh - a - a Chubby - a double Chubby - a Chubby Chubby - a double double - a double chubby - a chubby chubby - a chub - I'll have a doub - I'll have a double Chubby cheeseburger.
[scrunches eyes, in a major headache]
Nate Fisher: Oh, fuck me!


"Six Feet Under: The Liar and the Whore (#2.11)" (2002)
Summons Server: Is Nathaniel Fisher here?
Nate Fisher: No, he's deceased. Oh, no, wait, that's me. I'm Nathaniel Fisher, *Jr.*


"Six Feet Under: Someone Else's Eyes (#2.9)" (2002)
Nate Fisher: Everything is the same.
Lisa Kimmel: [silence] Oh, by the way, I'm pregnant, you know. Five months. But you don't need to worry; I'm not going to ask anything from you.


"Six Feet Under: Parallel Play (#4.3)" (2004)
Nate: Mom, I'm moving back into the house.


"Six Feet Under: The Plan (#2.3)" (2002)
Ruth Fisher: I joined "The Plan".
Claire Fisher: Isn't that like a cult or something?
Nate Fisher: No, it's one of those '70s self-discovery clubs that yell at you and don't let you go to the bathroom for 12 hours, right?
Ruth Fisher: [takes out yogurt cup] I think this will do. All right, I'm leaving you without dinner. I'll be back really late.
[leaves]
Claire Fisher: This whole concept of Mom self-actualizing is making me nauseous.
Nate Fisher: You're sure it's that and not the concept of Mom pissing in a plastic jar?


"Six Feet Under: The Rainbow of Her Reasons (#5.6)" (2005)
Nate Fisher: Well, you know, love isn't something you feel, it's something you do. If the person you're with doesn't want it, you know, do yourself a favor and save it for someone who does.


"Six Feet Under: Brotherhood (#1.7)" (2001)
Brenda: [sparking up] Sorry, he's obviously off his meds.
Nate: What, intentionally?
Brenda: No, it happens occassionally, it's been a while.
Nate: Uh Brenda, come on!
Brenda: Sorry Nate, I can't. I'm all he's got when he's like this.
Nate: You are letting him manipulate you.
Brenda: You don't know him. You don't know what he's doing.
Nate: Well I know he didn't like me, and I have a feeling he doesn't like any man in your life, am I right?
Brenda: ...
Nate: Answer me!
Brenda: What, you think I fucked my brother?
Nate: Jesus, I never said that!
Brenda: Nate, he's sick! He's my brother and he's sick, and he needs me! This is who I am, this is what you get...


"Six Feet Under: Singing for Our Lives (#5.8)" (2005)
Maggie Sibley: What's wrong?
Nate Fisher: [breathing heavily] My arm is numb... Numb arm... numb arm... narm!... Narm!


"Six Feet Under: All Alone (#5.10)" (2005)
Nate: [crying] Kurt Cobain killed himself today. He was just too pure for this world.
Young Claire: Well, his music will live on, right?
Nate: Yeah.


"Six Feet Under: I'll Take You (#2.12)" (2002)
Nate: Oh, fuck you! Life doesn't have to be miserable just because you are. Oh yeah, I know-weird shit happened to you. Yeah, but you know what? It happens to all of us, and I am sick to death of you using it as an excuse to act like some fucking cunt from hell.


"Six Feet Under: Falling into Place (#4.1)" (2004)
Claire: [Nate enters Fisher's kitchen with a stern and very beaten face] What happened to you?
Nate: Lisa's dead.
David: Ohhhh shit!
Nate: Her body washed up near Carpinteria a few days ago. Some kids found it.
Claire: Fuck.
Nate: It took the lab till yesterday to figure out it was her.
David: Do they know what happened?
Nate: She drowned.
David: She just... drowned?
Nate: That's what they said. No evidence of anything else.
Officer Keith Charles: But she could swim, right?
Nate: Yeah, it just looks like she drowned.
David: God!
Nate: So I have to go to the coroner up there and get her.
David: I'll come with you.
Nate: Thanks.
Claire: Nate, what happened to your face?
Nate: I got it in a fight.
George Sibley: [Ruth and George enter the kitchen] Good morning, morning glories! I hope we didn't keep any of your folks up last night.
[They see Nate]
David: They found Lisa's body. She's dead.
Ruth: Oh Lord! I'm sorry.
[Cuddles Nate]
Nate: So am I. So am I.


"Six Feet Under: The Secret (#2.10)" (2002)
Nate Fisher: Hello, can I help you?
7-Year-Old Girl: Hi, you killed me, it was seven years ago remember, you'd at least have me killed. Oh, don't get me wrong I don't harbor any bad feelings or anything. I'm pro-choice, well at least I would be If I were alive.
5-Year-Old Boy: You killed me too. Actually, I was miscarried by the girl who works at that Starbucks on Freemont. I don't think she was ever planning to tell you about me.