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Emily Lightman (Character)
from "Lie to Me" (2009)

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Lie to Me: :  -- When you work with Cal Lightman, don't bother even trying to lie.
Lie to Me: :  -- As you can see, eventually Tim Roth said yes.
Lie to Me: :  -- So you'd better be good, for goodness' sake.
Lie to Me: :  -- If the words don't match the face, it's a lie.
Lie to Me: :  -- 44% of adults will exaggerate to sound cooler.

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  1. "Lie to Me"
        - Killer App (2011) TV episode, Played by Hayley McFarland
        - Gone (2011) TV episode, Played by Hayley McFarland
        - Saved (2011) TV episode, Played by Hayley McFarland
        - Rebound (2011) TV episode, Played by Hayley McFarland
        - Funhouse (2011) TV episode, Played by Hayley McFarland
          (34 more)

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From "Lie to Me: Depraved Heart (#1.8)" (2009)
Emily Lightman: Do you remember... that girl at my school who took all those pills and killed herself? I didn't really know her very well, but she was in my art class. And she used to paint these really colorful oil paintings. Just shapes, really. I wonder sometimes if anyone could have stopped her.
Dr. Cal Lightman: [Nods, very slightly]
Emily Lightman: What?
Dr. Cal Lightman: Nothing.
[Gives her a hug]
Dr. Cal Lightman: You shouldn't think about that stuff.
Emily Lightman: What am I supposed to think about?
Dr. Cal Lightman: Celibacy.
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