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Richard Katimski (Character)
from "My So-Called Life" (1994)

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My So-Called Life: :  -- "My So-Called Life" is a realistic mid-nineties teen drama series that takes a look at a 15 year-old girl and her trials and tribulations with being a teenager and dealing with friends, guys, parents and school.
My So-Called Life: :  -- "My So-Called Life" is a realistic mid-nineties teen drama series that takes a look at a 15 year-old girl and her trials and tribulations with being a teenager and dealing with friends, guys, parents and school.

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  1. "My So-Called Life"
        - In Dreams Begin Responsibilities (1995) TV episode, Played by Jeff Perry
        - Betrayal (1995) TV episode, Played by Jeff Perry
        - Resolutions (1995) TV episode, Played by Jeff Perry
        - Self-Esteem (1994) TV episode, Played by Jeff Perry

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From "My So-Called Life: Self-Esteem (#1.12)" (1994)
Richard Katimski: [reading to the class] "My mistress eyes are nothing like the sun. Coral is far more red than her lips' red. If snow be white, why then her breasts are dun. If hair be wires, black wires grow on her head. I have seen roses damas red and white, but no such roses see I in her cheeks. And some perfumes is there more delight than in the breath that from my mistress reeks. I love to hear her speak, yet well I know that music hath a far more pleasing sound. I grant I never saw a Goddess go. My mistress when she walks treads on the ground, and yet, by Heaven, I think my love as rare as any she belied with false compare."
[addresses the class]
Richard Katimski: What kind of a girl is Shakespeare describing here? Is she the most beautiful girl?
Brian: No.
Richard Katimski: Is she a Goddess? Physically perfect? The kind of girl who stops traffic when she walks down the street?
Brian: [laughs] No.
Richard Katimski: So he's not in love with her?
Jordan: Yeah. He is.
Richard Katimski: And why is that? Why is he in love with her? What is it about her?
Brian: That she's not just a fantasy. She's got, like, flaws. She's real.
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