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State of Grace (TV Series 2001–2004) Poster

(2001–2004)

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[practicing a duck and cover nuclear attack drill]

Young Hannah Rayburn: Our desks aren't going to save us from nuclear annihilation.

Grace McKee: The gum offers an extra layer of protection.

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Evelyn Rayburn: [speaking of the sport] I never knew anyone who fenced.

Grandma Ida: Sure you did. Your cousin fenced until the cops caught him trying to sell a stolen radio.

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Tattie McKee: Come on, in have a drink!

Evelyn Rayburn: We don't drink.

Tattie McKee: Fascinating!

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Grace McKee: [discovering the Rayburns are Jewish] That is so neat! I've always wanted to be tortured for my faith.

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Grace McKee: [seeing numbers tattooed on Mr. Rayburn's arm] What's with the numbers?

[Hannah kicks Grace]

Grace McKee: Ow!

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[Tattie, still in her pajamas, has just walked into the kitchen where Grandmother is sitting]

Grace's Grandmother: It is after ten o'clock! Do you know, the only people who sleep this late in New England are ill?

Tattie McKee: Yes, well, this is the South. The days are longer here - we pace ourselves.

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[trying to improve her diet, Ida can't buy meat from Harold's butcher shop anymore]

Harold Bloomberg: Ida, are you... breaking up with me?

Grandma Ida: It's not you. It's your meat.

Harold Bloomberg: I *am* my meat!

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David Rayburn: [quoting a Yiddish proverb to Hannah] It is better to be a good person and not a Jew, than a Jew and not a good person.

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