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Carl Kolchak: I promised I'd show up with a haircut, a new hat, and pressed suit... but I lie a lot.

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Carl Kolchak: Son, I've seen more dead bodies than you've had TV dinners.

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Carl Kolchak: If you want a job done right, you just have to foul it up yourself.

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[Asked why he's going to visit a ritzy interior decorator]

Carl Kolchak: We're thinking of brightening up the office.

[Pointing at Updyke, then at Vincenzo]

Carl Kolchak: You are going to be replaced by Boston fern and you a snapdragon!

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Carl Kolchak: [voiceover] Buck Finemann, seventy two years old. Cantankerous old geezer. No-one liked him much, but they allowed him to play poker with them once a week because he was a terrible card player and had been known to lose as much as seventy five cents in a single evening.

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Tony Vincenzo: Your angle on the hospital dedication, Karl. How did you come up with it?

Carl Kolchak: Oh, a little research and, er, imagination.

Tony Vincenzo: Some angle. Two pages condemning the lack of geriatric facilities.

[pointing to Emily]

Tony Vincenzo: What did you promise her this time, orthopedic glitter boots?

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Carl Kolchak: You must really enjoy your work.

Nurse Eisen: A well-done autopsy is a joy forever.

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Carl Kolchak: Captain Leo Winwood and I had a relationship that was long and bloody, like the Crusades, only without the chivalry.

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[Told that a dead panda at the zoo died from a heart attack]

Carl Kolchak: A raccoon, with a heart attack... maybe you fed it too much cholesterol.

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Carl Kolchak: [about Updyke] He's persona non grata down the library.

Tony Vincenzo: He's what?

Carl Kolchak: Yeah, yeah. You see, he, he takes books out. He's got half the books in the library out and they're all over due. As a matter of fact, they've got a warrant out for his arrest.

Tony Vincenzo: Well, that's not like Ron.

Carl Kolchak: Oh, I know. I know. I was terribly disturbed about it when I heard it. I don't know, it must be some kind of er, deep-seated illness, a compulsion of sorts, a Biblio... philiac.

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Jim Elkhorn: Macheminido. Er, he was called a bear God, Charles, and I don't really know why since he was invisible.

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Carl Kolchak: [about Updyke] He got a raise?

Emily Cowles: Not that I'm aware of.

Carl Kolchak: He was promoted?

[Emily shakes head]

Carl Kolchak: Then why's he so happy?

Emily Cowles: You're in trouble.

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Coach Toomey: Actually, Burdett never made the team.

Carl Kolchak: No?

Coach Toomey: You see, his butterfly stroke was like an effeminate moth.

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