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Tina Blake (Character)
from Carrie (1976)

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Carrie -- Based on a Stephen King novel, Carrie is the story of a girl brought up, almost in isolation, by her psychotically religious mother Margaret.

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Norma Watson was one of the mean girls, second only in overall nastiness to Chris Hargensen... See more »
Alternate Names:
Norma / Norma Watson

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  1. Carrie (2002) (TV) Played by Katharine Isabelle / Meghan Black (as Norma Watson)

  2. Carrie (1976) Played by P.J. Soles (as Norma)

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From Carrie (2002) (TV)
Detective John Mulcahey: [Walking into the interrogation room with an evidence bag filled with prom ballots] We, ah, found these in a dumpster behind what's left of the gym.
Norma Watson: [Moves backwards in disgust as the ballots are dumped out of the bag on to the table] I can't believe you touched those. They're probably swimming with disease.
Detective John Mulcahey: Recognize them?
Norma Watson: They're prom ballots. I'm the one that Xeroxed them.
Detective John Mulcahey: According to these, Frank and Jessica were elected King and Queen of the Prom.
Norma Watson: I counted those ballots myself. Mr. Morton checked my work. Tom and Carrie won fair and square.
Detective John Mulcahey: I'm guessing by a landslide.
Norma Watson: Yeah.
Detective John Mulcahey: That doesn't seem odd to you?
Norma Watson: I just figured they were pity votes.
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