Harrison Bergeron: They had hoped to destroy any trace of the extraordinary in me, and in time I came to share that hope. But the extraordinary, it seems, was simply out of their reach.
Hazel Bergeron: Aww, hon, you look upset. What's wrong?
George Bergeron: I... uh... don't know. Something sad... on television, I think...
Hazel Bergeron: Well, you should forget sad things anyway. I always do.
Hazel Bergeron: That's all right - he tried. That's the important thing. I think he should get a nice big raise for trying so hard.
Replacement TV Anchor: Please be advised that Bergeron is a genius and an athlete, is underhandicapped, and is considered extremely dangerous. If you see this man, please contact your local authorities immediately.
Harrison Bergeron: My name is Harrison Bergeron. I am a fugitive and a public threat. I am an abomination of the able. I am an exception to the accepted. I am the greatest man you have never known. And for the last six years I have been held prisoner by the state, sentenced without trial, to torture without end.