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Richard Thorne III (Character)
from "The Bedford Diaries" (2006)

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"The Bedford Diaries: I'm Gonna Love College (#1.1)" (2006)
Richard: If you thought you were in love, isn't that the same thing as being in love?

Richard: Actually, one of my reporters is doing a piece on you.
Professor Sean Dixon: Oh, really? No one's contacted me.
Richard: Well, the article is about the relationship you had last semester with one of your female students.
Professor Sean Dixon: Huh... So this is a fiction piece.

Sara Gregory: You son of a bitch!
Richard: That's not fair. You've never met my mother. She's quite lovely.

"The Bedford Diaries: The Passion of the Beaver (#1.6)" (2006)
Richard Thorne III: Passion is about giving everything of yourself to another person. Saying: 'Take it. Take it all. Take everything that I have. I will move the world for you because I need to make you happy.' So what if she liked what I could do for her more than she actually liked me? I set it up. I asked her. How does that mean that she used me? I guess she just was never as passionate about me as I was about her. Passion is pain.

Zoe Lopez: [after kissing Richard] Too hard.
Richard Thorne III: What?
Zoe Lopez: Searching for my passion. See you!

"The Bedford Diaries: The Truth About Sex (#1.2)" (2006)
Richard Thorne III: Life is getting shorter by the minute, my friend. Call her.
Lee Hemingway: Nah, I don't know what to say. What do I say to her?
Richard Thorne III: You're asking the wrong alcoholic.

Richard Thorne III: I wanna introduce you to a friend of mine. Trey Anderson - Sara Gregory.
Trey Anderson: Hey, there. You know, I voted for you. Twice.

"The Bedford Diaries: Tell Me No Secrets (#1.3)" (2006)
Professor Carla Bonatelle: Is the column really worth all that grief?
Richard Thorne III: The column? Nah. My right to publish it? Absolutely.

"The Bedford Diaries: The Art and Science of Manipulation (#1.4)" (2006)
Professor Jake Macklin: And that, ladies and gentlemen, is Professor Macklin's introduction to Sexual Manipulation.
Richard Thorne III: Isn't sex always about manipulation?
Natalie Dykstra: [sarcastically] Gee, that's romantic.
Richard Thorne III: Realistic.
Professor Jake Macklin: And that is a little sad, Richard.
Richard Thorne III: Sad? Sad how?
Professor Jake Macklin: Your use of the word 'always'.