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Season 1 Episode 18

Psychic

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Apr 12, 1997 on CBS
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Gary partners with a psychic, who he believes to be phony, to save a young child who has been kidnapped.

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      • Chuck: (narrating) Impossible things happen everyday. Little miracles. Most of the time we can't see 'em, not because they're invisible, but because we don't know what we're looking for. But maybe we're not supposed to see miracles. We're just supposed to believe they're out there. Because sometimes believing is enough. Sometimes believing is the miracle.

      • (Chuck and Gary are discussing the psychic that Gary saved.)
        Gary: Who goes to pay money to see people like that anyway?
        Chuck: Nutjobs. Hey, Gar, do you happen to know if she's open on Saturdays?

      • (Chuck has given Gary a phone, which he got for free.)
        Gary: There's no dial tone.
        Chuck: Well you have to sign up for a service first.
        Marissa: You didn't buy him the service, but you gave him a phone?
        Chuck: What, do you think I'm made of money here? Look, Gar, all you have to do is you go into Cellular One, you sign up for your service and give 'em my name; and I get all three HBOs free for a year.

      • Chuck: (opening monologue) Let's face it, life's hard. Life takes effort. That's just the way it is. Most of the time there are no short cuts. No easy way out. Every now and then however, life surprises you. Thing is, you can't go looking for the short cuts, they find you. Which is why—from time to time—everyone needs a wake-up call. In the mean time, you try to keep your head above water and just keep swimming. And be glad that someone out there gets tomorrow's newspaper today.

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