"Documentarians are supposed to be objective to avoid having any effect on the story and yet, we have more effect than anyone, because we decide to tell it, and we decide how it ends... Will your story be yet another sad one about yet another man who just wanted to be happy or, will your story acknowledge the very nature of stories and embrace the fact that sharing the sad ones can sometimes make them happy." Abed Nadir in Community.
Anyone who doesn't see any brilliance in Community... I don't understand you. This very speech signifies the deepness and geniusness of the show in it's rawest state and is one of the most touching speeches I've seen on TV.
This show most definitely has true friendship... And if you don't know Community or don't fully grasp the speech out of the context of the episode, you should check Community out... (the best answer is from the start) or the episode "Documentary Filmmaking: Redux". Only recently got into it and I think it's great now.moreless
The Doctor: Oh, what's this then? I love this. A big flashy lighty thing. That's what brought me here. Bug flashy lighty things have got me written all over them. Not actually. Give me time. And a crayon.
"Guilt is a powerful affliction, you can try and turn your back on it but that's when it sneaks up behind you and eats you alive. Some people struggle to understand their own guilt, unwilling or unable to justify the part they play in it. Others run away from their guilt, shedding their conscience until there's no conscience left at all. But I run toward my guilt, I feed off of it, I need it. My father died never knowning if I would come to believe his innonence, for me guilt is one of the few lanterns that still light my way." Emily Thorne, Revenge.