Shawn Farrell
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Shawn Farrell (Character)
from "The 4400" (2004)

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"The 4400: Being Tom Baldwin (#3.2)" (2006)
Isabelle Tyler: [Sitting with Shawn by a pond and speaking after a failed attempt to teach herself how to swim] But I never was a kid! That's why I never learned how to swim or how to drive or ever went out on a date. I keep reading about all these rites of passage.
Shawn Farrell: Like stuff everyone goes through before they grow up, yeah?
Isabelle Tyler: Yeah, but I am grown up and I missed out on all of it. It's not fair. I've gotta catch up, so I made a list.

"The 4400: Terrible Swift Sword (#3.11)" (2006)
Shawn Farrell: All right, I'll ask the question. What are we gonna do with 17,432 units of Promicin?
Jordan Collier: We're going to give it away.
Richard Tyler: To who?
Jordan Collier: To everyone.

"The 4400: The Starzl Mutation (#3.9)" (2006)
Claudio Borghi: [after giving Shawn the cigar] I think you will be surprised at the effects.
Shawn Farrell: Hey, I'm not going to get arrested for having this, am I?

"The 4400: Trial by Fire (#1.4)" (2004)
Nikki Hudson: This is the spot?
Shawn Farrell: Yeah. Me and 4,399 of my closest friends popped out of a ball of light right about here.
Nikki Hudson: It's so pretty. I wonder why they sent you back here. I mean, why not on the White House lawn, or... in the middle of Times Square?
Shawn Farrell: I don't know. Maybe they appreciate a good view.

"The 4400: Weight of the World (#2.3)" (2005)
Shawn Farrell: You can be a manipulative prick. You know that?
Jordan Collier: Yeah. Well, it helps to use your entire skill set when you're trying to change the world.

"The 4400: The Fifth Page (#2.11)" (2005)
Maia Rutledge: I know who you are. You're the one who fixes people.
Shawn Farrell: Yeah. I'm Shawn.
Maia Rutledge: How come you're in here? Why don't you just make yourself better?
Shawn Farrell: I wish I could.
[holds up hands]
Shawn Farrell: They're broken. Kind of like the rest of me.
Maia Rutledge: I used to see things. Stuff that was gonna happen. That's gone now, too.
Shawn Farrell: It's funny, huh? When I found out I was different, all I wanted to do was be normal again.
Maia Rutledge: Me, too.
Shawn Farrell: But you get used to it. Now that it's gone, I feel like I'm missing an arm.
Maia Rutledge: It'll come back. Once we get better.
Shawn Farrell: Any idea when that's gonna be?
Maia Rutledge: Not exactly, but my mom told me everything's gonna be fine. And I believe what she says.
Shawn Farrell: That must be a nice feeling.
Maia Rutledge: Don't you have someone to believe in?
Shawn Farrell: I used to, but now I guess I'm just gonna have to believe in you.