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3rd Rock from the Sun

3rd Rock from the Sun

A group of aliens land on Earth and pose as an American family in Ohio as they study humankind.

Starring: John Lithgow, Kristen Johnston, French Stewart, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jane Curtin, Wayne Knight, Simbi Khali, Elmarie Wendel.
Recurring Actors: Jan Hooks, Ian Lithgow, Ileen Getz, Ron West.
Original Run: 1996-2001.

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Quote from Nina in Near Dick Experience

Judith: All right. We'll head to the mountain at 8 a.m. sharp. Any questions?
Dick: Uh, yes. As we climb, will you point out any crevasses that I might plummet into?
Nina: I will!


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Quote from Dick in Fear and Loathing in Rutherford

Strudwick: You know, it's funny. I used to bring these creamers home to Alissa. She'd have little tea parties with her stuffed animals. They grow up quick, don't they?
Dick: Yeah. I can remember when Tommy didn't even know how to wipe his own butt. Then he figured it out all on his own. And taught me.

Quote from Dick in Brains and Eggs

Mary: For future reference, I have a red Volvo.
Dick: [gasps] Please, Dr. Albright! We barely know each other.

Quote from Tommy in See Dick Continue to Run: Part 2

Mary: What's going on? Dick is acting strangely.
Tommy: Listen, Dr. Albright. Dick, he's got a lot of baggage. It's an internal struggle.
[Dick and Evil Dick continue fighting in the living room]
Mary: Oh, that poor thing. I didn't know.
Tommy: No, you couldn't know, 'cause he's been afraid. See, he's been lonely for such a long time. And as the years went by, he fell into despair and lost all hope, for what woman could ever learn to love a beast?

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Quote from Dick in Same Old Song and Dick

Mary: So you glad we tried something new?
Dick: Not really. In fact, it made me uncomfortable and cold. And kind of shrivelly. I guess we have to accept the inevitable, things will never be new again. But I'm strong enough to go on. And on, and on, and on.
Mary: [farts] Excuse me.
Dick: Mary!
Mary: I said excuse me.
Dick: No. No, it's fine. I've never heard you do that before. Do you realize what this means?
Mary: Beef and broccoli?
Dick: Yes, but so much more! Don't you see, it didn't bother you. And I didn't bother me.
Mary: Well, good, 'cause there's another one on the way.
Dick: It's the best possible sign. We've entered a new phase. It's like you said, relationships change. We've become comfortable with each other. It's as if you've trumpeted the dawn of our new era!

Quote from Tommy in Tom, Dick and Mary

Tommy: You know what the Aztecs' problem was? They were at the wrong apex of the technological world arc.
Mary: I've never heard of that.
Tommy: Oh, it's my own theory. You see, technology begins in China in 5,000 B.C., with, um, literature and architecture and pasta and alcoholic beverages and fireworks.
Mary: Oh. Would you like an Oreo?
Tommy: Oh, thank you.
Mary: Oh, please continue. This is fascinating.
Tommy: So over the centuries the techno-arc moves through the Middle East, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Florence, Europe, the Americas, until it gets back to the Pacific Rim, but it always travels west.
Mary: So you're saying, the earth's rotation affects civilization.
Tommy: Exactly! And every dominant society is in sync with the arc.
Mary: And the Aztecs are-
Tommy: They're off the arc by 2,000 years, and that is why their advancements are never recognized.