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Helen Burton (Character)
from "No Ordinary Family" (2010)

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  1. "No Ordinary Family"
        - No Ordinary Beginning (2011) TV episode, Played by Lucy Lawless
        - No Ordinary Future (2011) TV episode, Played by Lucy Lawless
        - No Ordinary Animal (2011) TV episode, Played by Lucy Lawless
        - No Ordinary Love (2011) TV episode, Played by Lucy Lawless

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From "No Ordinary Family: No Ordinary Beginning (#1.20)" (2011)
Helen Burton: [pointing gun at Daphne] I'm running out of patience, J.J.
J.J. Powell: I told you everything I know! I swear!
Helen Burton: And somehow I still don't believe you.
Daphne Powell: J.J., please!
J.J. Powell: I'm sorry. I... I just can't think, okay? Stress overstimulates the hippocampus. My glucocorticoid receptors haven't been this saturated since... since the plane crash. Oh, my God. Look, I know why our powers are permanent. Please, just let my family go and I'll tell you everything you wanna know. I promise.
Helen Burton: J.J., I will. I will let them all go.
J.J. Powell: Okay, you've been mixing the trilsettum with epinephrine - synthetic adrenaline - but what you needed was real adrenaline. Now, the serum wasn't wrong, the circumstances were. Look, in moments of extreme stress, like life and death, like a plane crash, the receptors in the hippo campus are wide open, and the trilsettum can be absorbed enough for its effects to become permanent. So please...
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