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Marshall Nesbitt (Character)
from "Undeclared" (2001)

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  1. "Undeclared"
        - God Visits (2003) TV episode, Played by Timm Sharp
        - Eric's POV (2002) TV episode, Played by Timm Sharp
        - Hal and Hillary (2002) TV episode, Played by Timm Sharp
        - The Perfect Date (2002) TV episode, Played by Timm Sharp
        - The Day After (2002) TV episode, Played by Timm Sharp
          (13 more)

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From "Undeclared: So You Have a Boyfriend (#1.9)" (2002)
Professor Duggan: When I'm lecturing, I expect you to listen. This is not high school. You're paying good money for an education.
Marshall Nesbitt: Well, yeah, that's the whole point. I *am* paying good money and I think you should try being a little less boring.
Professor Duggan: Excuse me?
Marshall Nesbitt: What? No . . .
Professor Duggan: No, no. Please, tell me, you think I'm *boring*?
Marshall Nesbitt: No, I don't think you're boring. It's . . . You just seem bored, you know, like *you* are bored.
Professor Duggan: [comes to a realization] You're right, I am bored.
Marshall Nesbitt: Well, why? Why are you so bored?
Professor Duggan: I don't know. I just don't like the kids anymore.
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