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Sister Clarice Willow (Character)
from "Caprica" (2009)

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Caprica -- Watch a clip from Episode 118 'Apotheosis.'
Caprica -- Watch a clip from Episode 118 'Apotheosis'.
Caprica -- Watch a clip from Episode 118 'Apotheosis.'
Caprica -- Watch a clip from Episode 118 'Apotheosis.'
Caprica -- Watch a clip from Episode 112 'Things We Lock Away'.

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Clarice Willow

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  1. "Caprica"
        - Apotheosis (2010) TV episode, Played by Polly Walker (as Clarice Willow)
        - Here Be Dragons (2010) TV episode, Played by Polly Walker (as Clarice Willow)
        - The Heavens Will Rise (2010) TV episode, Played by Polly Walker (as Clarice Willow)
        - The Dirteaters (2010) TV episode, Played by Polly Walker (as Clarice Willow)
        - Blowback (2010) TV episode, Played by Polly Walker (as Clarice Willow)
          (12 more)

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From "Caprica: The Imperfections of Memory (#1.7)" (2010)
Amanda Graystone: They say... That Surviving is the Punishment for leaving things left unsaid
Clarice Willow: Yeah, Well, Who said that?
Clarice Willow: I mean, What kind of vile person would say that?
Amanda Graystone: I don't know who said it. Maybe I made it up. But it's true.
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