NATE BATES, 15/Love (2004)
The truth, it has the habit of revealing itself...
HERCULE POIROT, Agatha Christie: Poirot, "Five Little Pigs" (2003)
Truth takes time.
IRINA DEREVKO, Alias, "The Enemy Walks In" (2002)
I can tell. Done enough lying for me to know the difference. Truth has a better sound to it. Less nasal, you know.
ANGEL, Angel, "Deep Down" (2002)
I was thinking about what you said, that the preeminent truth of our age is that you cannot fight the system. But if, as you say, the truth is fluid, that the truth is subjective, then maybe you can fight the system. As long as just one person refuses to be broken, refuses to bow down.
CAPTAIN JOHN SHERIDAN, Babylon 5, "Intersections in Real Time" (1997)
The way you twist the truth should make you a very successful politician.
COLONEL DOWNEY, Bat Masterson, "Dagger Dance" (1961)
The law is only a word unless it's backed up by the truth.
WILLIAM BARCLAY "BAT" MASTERSON, Bat Masterson, "Incident in Leadville" (1959)
Truth is something that always comes back at you, isn't it?
BEN CARTWRIGHT, Bonanza, "The Stranger" (1960)
In my position very few people tell me the truth anymore. I find I enjoy it, in some perverse way.
DR. DANIEL GOODMAN, Bones, "The Woman at the Airport" (2006)
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