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"Masters of Horror" Dance of the Dead (TV Episode 2005) Poster

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M.C.: Let me caution those of you whose nerves are not what they used to be - get the fuck out now!

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Boxx: You can have your walking under moonlight beams, at a hundred miles an hour let me dream my fucking dreams!

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M.C.: Management has requested no guns, no meaningful conversations and no self-surgery during the show.

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Boxx: I think I feel something goin' up the stairs into my fuckin' brain!

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Boxx: Struggle - Verb. Act of promiscuous love play. Usage evolved during World War III. Personally recommended!

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M.C.: You're funny. That'll destroy you some day.

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Peggy: Pain transforms the sensitive into cynics.

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Peggy: What are you doing here?

Jak: Short circuiting tragedy. The world's got big teeth, eats girls like you for kicks.

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Boxx: You got something ugly inside of you and it wants out. I don't want to be around when it starts hissing.

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Jak: There's no more California. Haven't you heard?

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