Let me ask you this. On a scale of one to ten, what are the chances that you'll be assassinated - one being highly unlikely, ten being you're expecting it around every corner?

Dr. Jules Hilbert

Ana Pascal: Did you like the cookies?
Harold Crick: Yes. Thank you for forcing me to eat them.

You're invisible and you'd choose Space Camp?

Harold Crick

I may already be dead, just not typed.

Harold Crick

Like anything worth writing, it came inexplicably and without method.

Karen Eiffel

Little did he know. That means there's something he doesn't know, which means there's something you don't know, did you know that?

Dr. Jules Hilbert

Apology accepted. But only because you stammered.

Ana Pascal

Harold Crick: So, you are a frequenter of the Metropolitan Transit Authority too?
Ana Pascal: No. I'm just late.

Harold Crick: It's not schizophrenia! I just hear a voice in my head
Dr. Mittag-Leffler: It's schizophrenia

I don't need a nicotine patch, I smoke cigarettes.

Karen Eiffel

It was a really awful day. I know, I made sure of it. So pick up the cookie, dip it in the milk, and eat it.

Ana Pascal

Karen Eiffel: [narrating] And so he did what countless punk-rock songs had told him to do so many times before: he lived his life.

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Stranger Than Fiction Quotes

Apology accepted. But only because you stammered.

Ana Pascal

Karen Eiffel: [narrating] Little did he know that this simple seemingly innocuous act would result in his imminent death.
Harold Crick: What? What? Hey! HELLOOO! What? Why? Why MY death? HELLO? Excuse me? WHEN?