Quotes / Getting Smilies Painted on Your Soul

Jon: You just have to restore Garfield's memory, doc. He doesn't beat up on Odie. He doesn't claw the furniture. He's not lazy and obnoxious.
Liz: Are you sure you want me to do this?
Jon: Come to think of it...

John: According to Chiana, the Nebari "mental cleansing" is a bit like brainwashing.
Durka: No. It is more a correction.
John: There's a difference?
Durka: Yes, as much a difference between a knife attack and life-saving surgery.
Farscape, "Durka Returns"

Marilyn: Valerie, can't you feel anything?
Valerie: Well, of course silly. I feel, I feel good. I always feel good. Life is pretty, life is fun, I am all and all is one.
The Twilight Zone, "Number Twelve Looks Just Like You"

Dr. Ruth Adams: What we did was wean him off the coin and onto a die. That gave him six decision options instead of the former two. He did so well with the die that we've been able to move him onto a pack of tarot cards. That's seventy-eight options open to him now, Batman. Next we plan to introduce him to the I-ching. Soon he'll have a completely functional judgmental facility that doesn't rely so much on black and white absolutes.
Batman: But right now, he can't even make a simple decision, like going to the bathroom, without consulting the cards? Seems to me you've effectively destroyed the man's personality, Doctor.
Dr. Adams: Sometimes we have to pull down in order to rebuild, Batman. Psychiatry's like that.