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Huitzilopochtli Ramos (Character)
from "Legend" (1995)

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"Legend: Fall of a Legend (#1.10)" (1995)
Ernest Pratt: Drusilla's father simply misunderstood the circumstances.
Huitzilopochtli Ramos: A man without his pants leaves little room for misunderstanding.

"Legend: Legend on His President's Secret Service (#1.3)" (1995)
Ernest Pratt: What the heck is that?
Janos Bartok: Ball lightening.
Huitzilopochtli Ramos: Actually, Aristotle called them fire balls.
Janos Bartok: Thought of by many renounced men of science to be an optical illusion.
Ernest Pratt: Darn good one, if you ask me.
Janos Bartok: Yeah, I thought it was an optical illusion myself until I saw one appear accidentally by the tower. I determined that it was a resonance of the electromagnetic field. And what you are seeing, for the very first time in the history of man, is ball lightening created artificially.
Ernest Pratt: What can you do with it?
Janos Bartok: I have no idea. It could change the course of human events. Possibly not. Right now it's delightfully useless; and we shall follows this useless research where ever it shall take us!

"Legend: The Gospel According to Legend (#1.7)" (1995)
Janos Bartok: Take Ramos. He studied comparative theology at Harvard.
Ernest Pratt: Really? Theology?
Huitzilopochtli Ramos: A good scientist always hedges his bets.