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Chuck Fishman (Character)
from "Early Edition" (1996)

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"Early Edition: Pilot (#1.1)" (1996)
Chuck Fishman: [Opening narration] What if you knew, beyond a doubt, what was going to happen tomorrow? Sure, I know it's crazy... but what if you did? Whether you'd be rich or poor, a hero or a loser, lucky in love, unlucky in life, what would you do? What if, by some magic, you found the power to really change things: people, events... maybe even your life? Would you even know where to start? Maybe you can't know... until it happens.

"Early Edition: The Choice (#1.2)" (1996)
Chuck Fishman: The greatest boon to mankind since nontaxable income, and who does it come to? A guy who buys lottery tickets and doesn't cheat.

"Early Edition: The Jury (#1.17)" (1997)
Chuck Fishman: There are sure-fire ways to get out of jury duty.
Gary Hobson: Alright, well, what are they?
Chuck Fishman: One, you have an incurable disease, with less than a year to live.
Gary Hobson: Go on.
Chuck Fishman: You're self-employed, and you have a wife and four kids to support.
Gary Hobson: Next.
Chuck Fishman: You believe every man is guilty until proven innocent. It works every time!

"Early Edition: Romancing the Throne (#2.12)" (1998)
Chuck Fishman: [voice over] Fairy tales do come true, if only for a day. But you know, sometimes that day is enough to last a lifetime.

"Early Edition: Baby (#1.3)" (1996)
Chuck: Sometimes things work out, sometimes they don't. Whether or not you have a crystal ball, life is a search for answers and everybody's looking all at the same time, in the same general place which is probably why we keep tripping over each other. So here's to life. The ups, the downs, the twists, the turns, the whole mixed up unpredictable mess of it. Just remember to keep your spirits up and your eyes wide open, and remember, there's always tomorrow.

"Early Edition: The Paper (#1.4)" (1996)
Chuck Fishman: [voiceover] Life doesn't always come with a set of instructions. In fact, most of the time, it just comes. Every morning, like clockwork. It's there when you open your eyes, and it's still there even when you don't. Take my friend Gary, a regular guy. At least he was 'til the day life showed up at his doorstop, in spades. Now he spends half his time figuring out where the heck it all came from, and the other half wondering where it all goes. Face it, it's not necessarily all it's cracked up to be, having the jump on the rest of the world. Still, you go with what you got, and when what you got is tomorrow's news, well it's gotta be one of two things: either you're a day ahead, or everyone else is a day behind.