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Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini (Character)
from "Melrose Place" (1992)

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"Melrose Place: Triumph of the Bill (#4.26)" (1996)
[after transforming into Rita]
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: You blew it, Betsy. And now it's my turn. Rita knows how to take care of her man.

[Kimberly, as Rita, is smoking a cigar]
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Hey, you know what they say, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a good cigar.

[Kimberly enters Peter's office wearing biker clothes]
Dr. Peter Burns: Uh... Hi. How's it going, Kimberly?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: [as Rita] Actually, it's Rita. It's cool. Everything's cool.
Dr. Peter Burns: No more weird interludes? No more blackout spells?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: I wasn't blacking out... I just wasn't myself.
Dr. Peter Burns: You thought you were going crazy the last time we talked. You called yourself Betsy. Ordered Tupperware? Don't you remember?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: That was just some role-playing therapy. Everthing's under control now.
Dr. Peter Burns: Why am I not reassured?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Hey, come on. We all have different personalities inside us. You almost killed Amanda once. You'd probably kill for her right now.


"Melrose Place: The Big Bang Theory (#3.30)" (1995)
[last lines]
[about to blow up the Melrose apartment building]
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: It's not what it looks like. It's worse!

Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Well, that makes bomb number three. Don't you love the smell of sulfur in the afternoon, Sydney?
[bound and gagged Sydney only grunts and groans]
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: What's that? No? Well, I don't think hell is going to smell a whole lot better, but since that's where you're going to spend the rest of eternity, you better start getting used to it.

[Kimberly is threatening the captive Sydney with a blowtorch]
Sydney Andrews: What are you going to do with that thing?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: If you call Michael up and tell him to get his ass over here, nothing. If you don't... I'm gonna burn your face so that it matches the color of your pretty red hair!


"Melrose Place: Suspicious Minds (#1.32)" (1993)
Jane Andrews Mancini: I just wanted to tell you I think you are disgusting. I only hope that someday, if you're ever lucky enough to find a man of your own, that some pathetic bitch will come along and hurt you the way you hurt me.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Jane, it's not over.
Jane Andrews Mancini: I'm getting a divorce.

Dr. Kimberly Shaw: What are you after, Jane? An apology of some sort?
Jane Andrews Mancini: Not at all! I just wanted to tell you that I think you are disgusting, and I hope that someday, if you're ever lucky enough to find a man of your own, that some pathetic bitch will come along and hurt you the way you have hurt me!

Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Jane? Jane?
Jane Andrews Mancini: What?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: It's not over.
Jane Andrews Mancini: What?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Since we're being so honest, I just thought you should know.
Jane Andrews Mancini: I don't believe you.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Oh believe it! Michael told me all about your wonderful night at the hotel room, but don't think that means he's gonna give me up! I'm sorry. I'm really sorry.
Jane Andrews Mancini: Don't be. Because if what your saying is true, he's all yours. I'm getting a divorce.


"Melrose Place: Boxing Sydney (#3.19)" (1995)
Matt Fielding: Someday, somehow, I will get back at you for this, Kimberly. I will get you out of this hospital and you will never practice medicine again anywhere.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: [sneers] Matt, you're pathetic.
Matt Fielding: And your... wig is crooked.

Matt Fielding: You were awful busy while I was laid up in the hospital. So, that's why you had those guys beat me up so you could tamper with the results of your psychological evaluation.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: [makes a very evil smirk] I have no idea what you're talking about. Do you lie awake all night dreaming these accusations?
Matt Fielding: Oh, no. You are...
[reads from a file]
Matt Fielding: "Intelligent, impetuous, caring." Princess Di, maybe, you... never. You changed this result.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Still have no idea what you're talking about. It's all right there in black and white.
Matt Fielding: It's a forgery. But the testing service doesn't keep copies. You knew that, didn't you?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: I would imagine that changing those results would be as easy as say... changing the blood-alcohol level in a car accident report.
Matt Fielding: I did that to save your precious little Michael. I owed him for giving me this job. If it wasn't for me, he'd be locked up in Lompoc right now, and you'd be baking hacksaws into Devil's Food cake for him to put to good use.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: [sneers] Wow, it must be so nice to have a job that leaves you so much free time. Now if you don't mind, I have rounds.


"Melrose Place: A Promise Broken (#1.11)" (1992)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: [to Michael] It'd be great to have someone to blow off steam with around here.

Dr. Michael Mancini: I messed up!
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: We all mess up.
Dr. Michael Mancini: I don't.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Oh, that's right. To mess up is to admit that you're human. That you have feelings. Michael, don't you see? You're not letting yourself feel anything. You're working yourself to death to avoid dealing with what's happened. I know you and Jane were looking forward with this...
Dr. Michael Mancini: [rudely interrupting] Look, I really don't need to hear this from you, okay?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Maybe I care about you. I guess that's the last thing you want, someone caring about you.
Dr. Michael Mancini: Yeah, especially some intern who doesn't have a life of her own.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Go to hell, Mancini!


"Melrose Place: Married to It (#2.9)" (1993)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: I'm sorry, Jane, but I did you a favor by breaking up your marriage. That man is sick!

Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Something in this room stinks, but it sure isn't the flowers.


"Melrose Place: Till Death Do Us Part (#2.31)" (1994)
Sydney Andrews Mancini Field: Kill Michael? Why should we kill him?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Sydney, you are looking at human garbage who would have run you over as soon as look at you. When Michael's dead, God's going to do a jig.


"Melrose Place: Melrose Is Like a Box of Chocolates (#4.2)" (1995)
Court-Appointed Doctor: [holding up a card with a black ink smuge on it] Just tell me what you see. The first thing that pops into your mind.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: I see a depressed, middle-aged Freudian with unexpressed homosexual leanings!


"Melrose Place: Pas de Trois (#1.29)" (1993)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: [to Michael] I think... you better kiss me before I make any more promises that I can't possibly keep.


"Melrose Place: Of Bikes and Men (#2.5)" (1993)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: [referring to Sydney] How's Shirley Temple?


"Melrose Place: Irreconcilable Similarites (#1.25)" (1993)
Dr. Michael Mancini: Sometimes... do you feel like you're losing it?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: [laughs] It's not so much sometimes as all the time.


"Melrose Place: Melrose Impossible (#3.26)" (1995)
Maureen Dodd: Kimberly, I'd like to apologize for lashing out at you. It was unfair. You see, I come from a disadvantaged and abusive relationship. My boyfriend would always browbeat and physically hit me every chance he got. Anyway, I just... I want to apologize for taking it out on you, and I'd like to welcome you into our group as a sister.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Thank you, Maureen. And let me tell you first from the bottom of my heart, that I couldn't care less about your feelings. I hate feelings. And you can lash out at me all you want, because it just makes me stronger. You see, I'm not here for sisters. I'm here for power. I thirst for strength, battle skills, and determination. And when I am filled with those qualities, I will flat out destroy those who have hurt me, and take back what is mine. I will find "selfness" when I am standing on a small hill made out of the corpses of my enemies.


"Melrose Place: Mission: Interpersonal (#5.8)" (1996)
Priest: [calling after Kimberly, as she is leaving a church after learning she has three months to live] Are you alright? Listen, if you need an ear...
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: [angrily] I need a second chance, that's what I need. Can you give me that, Father?
Priest: Sometimes, yes.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Ok, try this on for size...
[pause]
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: I'm dying. A tumor, and there's nothing anyone can do about it. I don't know how to tell people, even my husband doesn't know. So I was driving by, saw your church, and I haven't been in one since I was a kid... listen to me, like you need to hear my rantings.
Priest: Rantings? To me they sound like prayers.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: [long pause] I'm scared.


"Melrose Place: St. Valentine's Day Massacre (#3.20)" (1995)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: What, are you crazy? Why didn't you tell me that Amanda has lymphoma?
Dr. Michael Mancini: Because it's none of your damn business. Doctor, patient, confidentiality... does that ring a bell with you?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: You're not an Oncologist. You are not trained for this, Michael. What you are doing is unethical.
Dr. Michael Mancini: When did "unethical" sneak into your vocabulary?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Michael, she needs a specialist.
Dr. Michael Mancini: You think I'm making this up as I go along? Oncology's been on board since Amanda was diagnosed. She's had a CAT scan, and a biopsy. Amanda happens to feel comfortable with me as her attending physician.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Well, isn't that sweet. What's in it for you?
Dr. Michael Mancini: Just the joy of living with a wife who's pissed off 24 hours a day. And, if by some miracle that Amanda survives, it just may be the break I need to get ahead around here.


"Melrose Place: Another Perfect Day in Hell (#3.18)" (1995)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Broken ribs, hmmm, I'm surprised. I told those guys to break you arm.
Matt Fielding: Don't try to take credit for this. You had nothing to do with this. It was a hate crime.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: You bet your butt it was. I hate you.


"Melrose Place: State of Need (#1.31)" (1993)
Dr. Michael Mancini: How about that? You do know me.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Yes. And you're a bastard.


"Melrose Place: Last Exit to Ohio (#5.25)" (1997)
Dr. Michael Mancini: Kimberly, you're a doctor. You know the facts, and the fact is, your mother's solution to everything is to drag you back to the midwest, even if it risks your life, because she hates me.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Michael that's not so.
Marion Shaw: You're right Michael. I would do anything to get her away from you. She was a doctor with a bright future until you nearly killed her. And then you infected her with your cruelty and your deceit. You made her sick... I'm gonna make her well.
Dr. Michael Mancini: And I gave her cancer, right? You'd blame me for global warming if you could make it fly... you are a twisted, bitter old crone, you know that?


"Melrose Place: Carpe Diem (#1.30)" (1993)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: No, Michael, it's this whole way of life. Sneaking around, catching a night here or there feeling guilty about your wife. . I want do it. I-I am not some bimbo. I am a doctor, for God's sakes! This is not me!


"Melrose Place: Imperfect Strangers (#2.29)" (1994)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Listen you opportunistic little bitch, if you think that shotgun marriage you arranged with Michael is going to protect you, then you're dumber than you look. Now stay out of our lives and you won't get hurt, okay?
Sydney Andrews Mancini Field: What, am I supposed to be afraid of you?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: My professional opinion: you bet your ass!


"Melrose Place: Holy Strokes (#4.16)" (1996)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Is there something you'd like to tell me, Sydney?
Sydney Andrews: I don't know what you mean.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: You must know, Jane's condition is very serious. They've ordered toxicology tests, which means they suspect a possible drug overdose. Remember what we talked about in our sessions, Sydney... about purging oneself?
Sydney Andrews: But... I'm not guilty of anything.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: There's really no need to be frightened. I'm your doctor and your my patient, and anything you tell me will be kept in the strictest confidence. But if I'm kept in the dark, and I'm questioned by the authorities about the pills I prescribed to you and how... they might have somehow found their into Jane's drink, and...
Sydney Andrews: [interrupting] All right! I did it. I put the pills in her drink. I just wanted to knock her out, that's all so that she'd be too passive, even for Michael. I never meant for this to happen. If anything happens to her, I'll never forgive myself. Oh God, Kimberly, what am I gonna do?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: It's all right, Sydney. I'm here. You just leave everything to me.


"Melrose Place: To Live & Die in Malibu (#3.24)" (1995)
[Michael has just served Kimberly divorce papers]
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: How long have you been planning this?
Dr. Michael Mancini: Ever since you walked back into my life like a refugee from Night of the Living Dead.


"Melrose Place: The Dead Wives Club (#5.26)" (1997)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Now, Megan. I knew you wouldn't want to stay at the beach house, but that's just silliness. I want you to stay. And I promise not to show up here in your dreams or linger there, even as memories. You have to understand, it's a place that makes Michael happy. I don't know how to explain it any better than that. He's just... different when he's there. He's happier, more relaxed. And there are still some things you need to know about him, Megan. You have to be careful. He can be very tough on his wives.
Megan Lewis Mancini: You mean, unfaithful?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: No, no, I'm talking about his ruthless ambition. It's bottomless and never fulfilled. And he drags his wives into the same dangerous morass, unsually destroying them before he destroys himself. Jane went through it; Sydney twice; I batted cleanup.
Megan Lewis Mancini: Well, what can I do?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: What I never could: save him from himself. And your reward will be a solid, happy marriage.
Megan Lewis Mancini: But I still don't understand. If you are so happy up here, why are you worried about my marriage?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Well, it isn't exactly official yet, but I might be your guardian angel. Right now, you have to go back to bed because there's nothing Michael enjoys more than to be awakened in the middle of the night for lovemaking.


"Melrose Place: Revenge (#2.3)" (1993)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Michael, I did not spend four years in med school to become just another Carol Brady, and even she had Alice to help her.