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Annie: [Opens front door] Hello!
Pizza Delivery Boy: 12 inch Mess of Meats.
Annie: Oh, thank you.
Mitchell: Great. Keep the change.

 

Annie: So who wants tea?
George: Ugh.
Annie: What?
George: You keep making tea! Every surface is covered with cups of tea and coffee. I go to make myself some tea and I can’t! There’s no mugs, there’s no tea, it’s all been made! And you can’t even drink it! You can’t drink it, but you keep making it! Oh, oh, oh my god, it’s driving me INSANE!
Annie: Oh, well, I like my routine, it makes me feel normal.
George: You’re a ghost!
Annie: Yeah, OK.

 

George: My name is George and I’m a werewolf.
Mitchell: Hello George.

Annie: Maybe he’s had a blow to the head.
George: I’m sorry?
Annie: Happened to my Nan. She got hit in the head by a radio controlled plane at a county fair. From that moment – obsessed with pygmy goats.
George: There wasn’t a single bit of that sentence I understood.

 

Mitchell: I never know with you whether its Jewish guilt, or Werewolf guilt.
George: They’re pretty much the same thing.

Gilbert: It’s death for no reason, and death for no reason is murder.

George: Oh no, it just occurred to me. I was on the jaws of a change when me and Nina… you know. I had the wolf in me.
Mitchell: [to Annie] So did Nina.

George: Who keeps their rotten tomatoes? Who looks in their salad cooler, sees their tomatoes are on the turn and thinks ‘oh no, no I’ll hang on to those in case some paedos move in opposite’?

George: That was pathetic! We were like the world’s gayest ninjas.

Mitchell: Annie! Get away from here!
Annie: No! I’m not going to leave you!
George: Annie, just go! [Flashes his Star of David at Seth]
Seth: That’s not going to work this time, Digby. There’s too many of us.
Mitchell: Let them go, Seth. If you let them go, I swear I won’t run.
Seth: [ripping sound is heard] Ow…
Lauren: Well, he won’t be staring at my tits when he speaks to me anymore.

George: Someone actually recruited an old woman?
Herrick: You know what it’s like. You’re out and about, you get the munchies. You’ll eat anything.

George: Humanity is about love, and sacrifice. This does not rob me of my humanity. It proves it.

Lucy: Puncture marks in the neck, body exsanguinated – drained of blood. Now, what could that be? Ladies and gentlemen, somewhere in Bristol is a gay vampire.
Nurse: Count Spectacular.
Lucy: Mince of Darkness.
Policeman: I bet he’d like to see *my* full moon.

Lucy: If you see the guy I declared dead walking round… kill him!

Molly: Do you like cats?
George: Yeah. Couldn’t eat a whole one, though.
George: [to himself] Who am I kidding? Course I could!

Ivan: Take a drink. Only alcohol tonight, I’m afraid – none of the hard stuff.

 

 

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Annie appears in the clothes she was wearing when she died which change subtly depending on her state of mind.


According to Aidan Turner in a BBC3 question-and-answer session, Mitchell’s fingerless gloves were more necessity than fashion statement due to the freezing set temperatures filming in wintertime Bristol.


Annie’s eyes are normally brown but they turn blue when she is visible to humans and turn violet when she is haunting.


Toby Whithouse originally conceived the show as a drama in the vein of “This Life” (1996) with the three characters sharing a flat. Originally, Mitchell was a sex addict, George had anger-management problems and Annie was an agoraphobe. Whithouse added the supernatural elements later, finding what he believed to be the underworld equivalent for each character: the sex addict Mitchell became a vampire, the angry man George became a werewolf, and the agoraphobe Annie became a ghost.


Aidan Turner is the only one of the main cast members not to have appeared on “Doctor Who” (2005). Russell Tovey (George) played Alonso Frame in “Doctor Who: Voyage of the Damned (#4.0)” (2007), Lenora Crichlow (Annie) played Cheen in “Doctor Who: Gridlock (#3.3)” (2007), and Sinead Keenan (Nina) played Addams in “Doctor Who: The End of Time: Part One” (2009) and “Doctor Who: The End of Time: Part Two” (2010). Additionally, Donald Sumpter who plays Kemp in Season 2, has appeared in the original “Doctor Who” (1963) serials The Wheel in Space (Episodes 1-6) and The Sea Devils (Episodes 3-5).

 

 

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Mitchell John Mitchell, played by Aidan Turner

The dark and handsome Mitchell who, in contrast to George, has the gift of the gab and is very popular with the ladies. He’s a vampire who has been struggling to go cold-turkey from the blood he so desperately craves. Now, in the wake of the vampire leader, Herrick’s death, Mitchell must appease an out of control vampire world – can he find a way to lead by example?

 

George George, played by Russell Tovey

Battling with his double identity as a mild-mannered hospital porter who for one night a month is transformed into a flesh-hungry, predatory werewolf. George is coming to terms with the fact that he has Herrick’s blood on his hands, and a girlfriend who knows his horrific secret.

 

Annie Annie, played by Lenora Crichlow

A ghost who haunted the house that she and her fiancé, Owen shared while she was alive. Annie turned down entering through the door of death in order to help Mitchell who had been injured, but doing so will definitely impact her current state. The good news is, her confidence is at a peak, and she’s determined to stand up and be counted in the real world.

 

Nina Nina, played by Sinead Keenan

A tough senior nurse who has fell hard for George, unaware that he was hiding a dark secret. Their relationship has had its ups and downs, but now Nina has gotten much more than she bargained for when George inadvertently scratches her during a transformation and passes his werewolf curse onto her.

 

Kemp Kemp, played by Donald Sumpter

A member of a secretive organization whose mission is to pursue supernatural beings. He is a religious zealot who has his own agenda regarding treatment and punishment of these beings – he believes they should be removed from society entirely.

 

Lucy Lucy, played by Lyndsey Marshal

Lucy and Mitchell met while working at the hospital and they became romantically involved. However, is Lucy really what she seems? And what will happen when her true identity is revealed?

 

 

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Season 1

  Episode Original Air Date
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 1
1×01 Series 1, Episode 1
Three twenty-something housemates who are united in trying to live normal lives despite struggling with unusual afflictions: one’s a werewolf, one’s a vampire, and one’s a ghost. On first appearances things seem to be positive and ‘normal’ for the three friends. Ghost Annie is buoyed by the fact she is finally starting to be seen by ordinary people, rather than just by her housemates. In an attempt to escape the guilt and self-loathing for his previous killings, vampire Mitchell has sworn off blood, determined to kick the habit. Even the neurotic and anxious George is in relatively good spirits, putting his monthly transformation into a rampaging werewolf to the back of his mind to focus on life in the new house-share. But it’s not long before their supernatural conditions catch up with them…
Jan. 25, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 2
1×02 Series 1, Episode 2
George is shocked when he meets another werewolf, Tully (Dean Lennox Kelly, Shameless). Tully is the opposite of George – he’s perfectly content being a werewolf. He wants to teach George how to enjoy himself, but George just can’t accept what he’s become and is disgusted by Tully’s attitude. Unfortunately, Tully’s invited to stay at the house by Mitchell – a failed attempt on his part to embrace the world and be more human. Of course, he soon becomes the housemate from hell.
Feb. 01, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 3
1×03 Series 1, Episode 3
Annie meets another ghost, Gilbert (Alex Price), who died in the mid-1980s. He lets Annie know she’s stuck in limbo because there is something unresolved about her death. Meanwhile, a nurse George works with is clearly interested in being more than friends, but he does not think, considering his situation, that he should be in a relationship. But as the full moon gets closer, and George’s animalistic tendencies take hold, he becomes more impulsive – and lusty.
Feb. 08, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 4
1×04 Series 1, Episode 4
Mitchell’s attempts to embrace humanity become even more intense when he befriends a 12-year-old boy, Bernie (Mykola Allen), and his divorced mom, Fleur (Julia Ford), who live on the same street. But things turn sour when Bernie is shocked to see a glimpse of Mitchell’s vampire existence. Meanwhile, Annie is traumatized by a shocking revelation about Owen. Through her rage she discovers some powerful and uncontrollable skills.
Feb. 15, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 5
1×05 Series 1, Episode 5
Mitchell is traumatized by the way his friendship with Bernie ended, which has pushed him back towards the vampire fold. Annie decides that she must avenge Owen and enlists George’s help, but her self-confidence is at an all time low, and Owen still has a firm hold on her emotions even in death. Meanwhile Nina is becoming ever more suspicious of George’s behavior. George knows that if this relationship is to work then he cannot hide his true nature forever.
Feb. 22, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 6 1×06 Series 1, Episode 6
Mitchell is in the hospital following an almost-fatal attack on his doorstep. Mitchell does not want his friends involved in the inevitable showdown with his lethal attackers, but Annie bravely decides that she cannot just stand by without doing anything. But George is faced with a huge dilemma. Should he try to help Mitchell, or should he flee and try to start a normal life with his girlfriend?
Mar. 01, 2009
Being Human (UK) Unearthed
TV Special: Unearthed
Unearthed takes the audience on a unique behind-the-scenes tour to meet many of the actors who play the much-loved characters from the series including Aidan Turner (Mitchell), …
Mar. 28, 2009
Being Human (UK) Pilot
Pilot
Having had enough of sleeping in hostels and temporary accommodation, Mitchell, a vampire, and George, a warewolf, decide to get a flat together where they can indulge in their love …
Feb. 18, 2008

 

Season 2

  Episode Original Air Date
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 1 2×01 Series 2, Episode 1
Mitchell realizes that the vampire society is in complete disarray following the death of Herrick – and it’s about to implode. Meanwhile George seems like a changed man after crossing the line and killing – until he discovers a horrible truth about Nina. And Annie is feeling confident and visible enough to get a job.
Jan. 10, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 2 2×02 Series 2, Episode 2
Annie thinks she has met the man of her dreams, a sexy human called Saul. But Saul is not all he seems and the only date he’s interested in is with Death. Meanwhile, Mitchell realizes that if he’s going to contain the vampires then he’s going to have to get his hands dirty. And George struggles to maintain a normal relationship with Nina.
Jan. 17, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 3 2×03 Series 2, Episode 3
Mitchell becomes the reluctant leader of the vampires in an attempt to contain their increasingly random killings. The only light at the end of the tunnel is his burgeoning relationship with Lucy Jaggat, the feisty new doctor at work, who studies werewolves, vampires and ghosts. George, reeling from Nina’s departure, takes his mind off things by helping Annie in her mission to play Cupid. She’s determined to get her old boss Hugh back together with the love of his life.
Jan. 24, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 4 2×04 Series 2, Episode 4
George embraces normality in a desperate attempt to contain the wolf. He gets a new job, a new girlfriend, and even a cage to transform in. But he soon recognizes that containing the wolf is an impossible task. Meanwhile, Annie meets an enigmatic ghost who offers to help her keep Death at bay. And Mitchell falls in deeper with the vampires.
Jan. 31, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 5 2×05 Series 2, Episode 5
Mitchell’s past is revealed and the reasons why he turned his back on killing. In the present, he’s struggling to contain that same desire and need. Things with Lucy also come to a passionate head. Meanwhile, George’s relationship with his girlfriend, Sam continues to grow and Annie has a shock when she’s left looking after a ghost baby.
Feb. 07, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 6 2×06 Series 2, Episode 6
Annie gets a job working with a stage psychic and finds a new sense of purpose by helping ghosts resolve their issues with their living relatives. But things take a turn for the worse when Annie’s mom appears in the audience. Meanwhile, Lucy’s reaction to sleeping with Mitchell has some very violent and shocking repercussions. And Sam has got a very important question for George.
Feb. 14, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 7 2×07 Series 2, Episode 7
Mitchell discovers a shocking truth about Lucy and the vampire massacre. He swears revenge – in style. Meanwhile, Nina returns, presenting George with the most difficult decision of his life. There are big decisions for Annie too, when she decides it’s time to pass on. George, Nina and Annie end up in Lucy’s research facility – and it seems that only Mitchell can save them.
Feb. 21, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 8 2×08 Series 2, Episode 8
It’s the final showdown at the research facility. Will Mitchell save his friends from Lucy’s macabre experiments? And as Mitchell’s heart blackens with rage and fury will his friends be able to save him from himself? And is this really the end of Annie?
Feb. 28, 2010

 

 

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Season 1

  Episode Original Air Date
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 1
1×01 Series 1, Episode 1
Three twenty-something housemates who are united in trying to live normal lives despite struggling with unusual afflictions: one’s a werewolf, one’s a vampire, and one’s a ghost. On first appearances things seem to be positive and ‘normal’ for the three friends. Ghost Annie is buoyed by the fact she is finally starting to be seen by ordinary people, rather than just by her housemates. In an attempt to escape the guilt and self-loathing for his previous killings, vampire Mitchell has sworn off blood, determined to kick the habit. Even the neurotic and anxious George is in relatively good spirits, putting his monthly transformation into a rampaging werewolf to the back of his mind to focus on life in the new house-share. But it’s not long before their supernatural conditions catch up with them…
Jan. 25, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 2
1×02 Series 1, Episode 2
George is shocked when he meets another werewolf, Tully (Dean Lennox Kelly, Shameless). Tully is the opposite of George – he’s perfectly content being a werewolf. He wants to teach George how to enjoy himself, but George just can’t accept what he’s become and is disgusted by Tully’s attitude. Unfortunately, Tully’s invited to stay at the house by Mitchell – a failed attempt on his part to embrace the world and be more human. Of course, he soon becomes the housemate from hell.
Feb. 01, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 3
1×03 Series 1, Episode 3
Annie meets another ghost, Gilbert (Alex Price), who died in the mid-1980s. He lets Annie know she’s stuck in limbo because there is something unresolved about her death. Meanwhile, a nurse George works with is clearly interested in being more than friends, but he does not think, considering his situation, that he should be in a relationship. But as the full moon gets closer, and George’s animalistic tendencies take hold, he becomes more impulsive – and lusty.
Feb. 08, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 4
1×04 Series 1, Episode 4
Mitchell’s attempts to embrace humanity become even more intense when he befriends a 12-year-old boy, Bernie (Mykola Allen), and his divorced mom, Fleur (Julia Ford), who live on the same street. But things turn sour when Bernie is shocked to see a glimpse of Mitchell’s vampire existence. Meanwhile, Annie is traumatized by a shocking revelation about Owen. Through her rage she discovers some powerful and uncontrollable skills.
Feb. 15, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 5
1×05 Series 1, Episode 5
Mitchell is traumatized by the way his friendship with Bernie ended, which has pushed him back towards the vampire fold. Annie decides that she must avenge Owen and enlists George’s help, but her self-confidence is at an all time low, and Owen still has a firm hold on her emotions even in death. Meanwhile Nina is becoming ever more suspicious of George’s behavior. George knows that if this relationship is to work then he cannot hide his true nature forever.
Feb. 22, 2009
Being Human (UK) Series 1, Episode 6 1×06 Series 1, Episode 6
Mitchell is in the hospital following an almost-fatal attack on his doorstep. Mitchell does not want his friends involved in the inevitable showdown with his lethal attackers, but Annie bravely decides that she cannot just stand by without doing anything. But George is faced with a huge dilemma. Should he try to help Mitchell, or should he flee and try to start a normal life with his girlfriend?
Mar. 01, 2009
Being Human (UK) Unearthed
TV Special: Unearthed
Unearthed takes the audience on a unique behind-the-scenes tour to meet many of the actors who play the much-loved characters from the series including Aidan Turner (Mitchell), …
Mar. 28, 2009
Being Human (UK) Pilot
Pilot
Having had enough of sleeping in hostels and temporary accommodation, Mitchell, a vampire, and George, a warewolf, decide to get a flat together where they can indulge in their love …
Feb. 18, 2008

 

Season 2

  Episode Original Air Date
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 1 2×01 Series 2, Episode 1
Mitchell realizes that the vampire society is in complete disarray following the death of Herrick – and it’s about to implode. Meanwhile George seems like a changed man after crossing the line and killing – until he discovers a horrible truth about Nina. And Annie is feeling confident and visible enough to get a job.
Jan. 10, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 2 2×02 Series 2, Episode 2
Annie thinks she has met the man of her dreams, a sexy human called Saul. But Saul is not all he seems and the only date he’s interested in is with Death. Meanwhile, Mitchell realizes that if he’s going to contain the vampires then he’s going to have to get his hands dirty. And George struggles to maintain a normal relationship with Nina.
Jan. 17, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 3 2×03 Series 2, Episode 3
Mitchell becomes the reluctant leader of the vampires in an attempt to contain their increasingly random killings. The only light at the end of the tunnel is his burgeoning relationship with Lucy Jaggat, the feisty new doctor at work, who studies werewolves, vampires and ghosts. George, reeling from Nina’s departure, takes his mind off things by helping Annie in her mission to play Cupid. She’s determined to get her old boss Hugh back together with the love of his life.
Jan. 24, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 4 2×04 Series 2, Episode 4
George embraces normality in a desperate attempt to contain the wolf. He gets a new job, a new girlfriend, and even a cage to transform in. But he soon recognizes that containing the wolf is an impossible task. Meanwhile, Annie meets an enigmatic ghost who offers to help her keep Death at bay. And Mitchell falls in deeper with the vampires.
Jan. 31, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 5 2×05 Series 2, Episode 5
Mitchell’s past is revealed and the reasons why he turned his back on killing. In the present, he’s struggling to contain that same desire and need. Things with Lucy also come to a passionate head. Meanwhile, George’s relationship with his girlfriend, Sam continues to grow and Annie has a shock when she’s left looking after a ghost baby.
Feb. 07, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 6 2×06 Series 2, Episode 6
Annie gets a job working with a stage psychic and finds a new sense of purpose by helping ghosts resolve their issues with their living relatives. But things take a turn for the worse when Annie’s mom appears in the audience. Meanwhile, Lucy’s reaction to sleeping with Mitchell has some very violent and shocking repercussions. And Sam has got a very important question for George.
Feb. 14, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 7 2×07 Series 2, Episode 7
Mitchell discovers a shocking truth about Lucy and the vampire massacre. He swears revenge – in style. Meanwhile, Nina returns, presenting George with the most difficult decision of his life. There are big decisions for Annie too, when she decides it’s time to pass on. George, Nina and Annie end up in Lucy’s research facility – and it seems that only Mitchell can save them.
Feb. 21, 2010
Being Human (UK) Series 2, Episode 8 2×08 Series 2, Episode 8
It’s the final showdown at the research facility. Will Mitchell save his friends from Lucy’s macabre experiments? And as Mitchell’s heart blackens with rage and fury will his friends be able to save him from himself? And is this really the end of Annie?
Feb. 28, 2010

 

 

American Gothic

Caleb Temple: I ain’t your son!
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Beg to differ.


Caleb Temple: I don’t like trains, and I hate apple pie!
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Well… fine.


Caleb Temple: I hate you!
Sheriff Lucas Buck: And someday, we’ll make that hate work for you.


Caleb Temple: I hate you!
Sheriff Lucas Buck: For now.


Caleb Temple: I smell a ghost.


Caleb Temple: I’m not like every little boy. I’m Lucas Buck’s son.
Deputy Ben Healy: I know that…
Caleb Temple: So when I tell you to do something, you gonna do it, right?


[to Merlyn, who’s a ghost]
Caleb Temple: I’m tired of your preaching. Tired of your white dress. And I don’t wanna see you no more. So why don’t you just go somewhere and decompose?


Caleb Temple: The Buck starts here.


Caleb Temple: They say you dream about the person who’s gonna kill you.


Caleb Temple: This ain’t right.
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Sure it is, boy. You’re doing fine.
Caleb Temple: No, sir.


Deputy Ben Healy: Well, it’s a grey gun. A grey gun.
Sheriff Lucas Buck: A ray gun?
Deputy Ben Healy: A grey gun, Lucas! It’s a grey gun!


Deputy Ben Healy: What’s going on here?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Oh, all kinds of fun. Matter of fact… things are just getting good.


Deputy Ben Healy: Why do you think they call them “southern belles”?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: That’s French, Ben. It means “beautiful.”
Deputy Ben Healy: Oh yeah, I knew that. Four-alarm “belles.”


Brian: You’re late.
Sheriff Lucas Buck: And up until now, you were still on my good side.


Caleb Temple: Are you spying on me?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Heck, no! That ain’t my style.


[after hitting a guy with a shovel]
Sheriff Lucas Buck: These things have a thousand uses!


Sheriff Lucas Buck: A good loser is still a loser.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Conscience is just the fear of getting caught.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Too late for salvation my friend!


Merlyn Temple: Do you know what happens to dogs when they die, Caleb?
Caleb Temple: What happens to them?
Merlyn Temple: They get to run free all day long, and at the night times, they get to rest at the feet of their masters.


Caleb Temple: You ever read the Bible, Tina? They got the expression in there, “Eye for an eye.” Sheriff Buck taught me that.


Lt. Drey: You always disturb evidence with such impunity, Buck?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: You always go around barkin’ up the wrong tree, Drey?


Fr. Tilden: How did you get in here?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Faith.


Gail Emory: Don’t you give a damn about anything?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Yeah. But not journalism.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Cat got your pen?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: I could never imagine myself in what you call “love.”


Sheriff Lucas Buck: I don’t actually give; I deal. Are you ready to make a deal?


Sheriff Lucas Buck: I tell you what, I think that girl’s pulling your string.
Caleb Temple: Well, I don’t know what that means.
Sheriff Lucas Buck: You will.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: I’ve seen your future, Mel, and, uh… [laughs] it’s tragic.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Just remember, a good loser’s still a loser.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Leave the light on for me, will you, darlin’? I may wanna… tempt fate.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Looks like Marlene did you right. She comes from a long line of backwoods nymphos.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Maybe some monkey’s running around Trinity doing his thing with bored housewives.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Some folks would lay all of Trinity’s troubles at my doorstep, but hell, you might as well blame a trailer park for attracting lightning bolts and tornadoes.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: The profession of journalism has about as much integrity as the world’s oldest profession; maybe less. At least whores don’t kid themselves about their motives.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Well, well. Feels like you might be coming down with a fever. Hmm… maybe we should slide in the thermometer and take a readin’.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: You know me better than that, love. I don’t “do” anything. Things just happen.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: You know what a conscience is?
Caleb Temple: It’s like, uh… when you do something wrong and it bothers you?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Well. Not me.


Dr. Matt Crower: You don’t know anything about my demons.
Sheriff Lucas Buck: ‘Course I do.


Dr. Matt Crower: I’ll shoot you three places I know are instantly fatal.


Dr. Matt Crower: Go to hell.
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Been there. And you know what? It ain’t half bad.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: You think you’re the only woman I have to service tonight?


Sheriff Lucas Buck: You look like you got a jock fulla chiggers.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: What about the almighty pursuit of the truth? You kinda chucked that awful fast.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: What I say is, be careful what you see in a man’s eyes. Might not be the truth.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Well. If it ain’t the Hardy Boys.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Well, won’t that be cozy. Just the two of you. In intensive care.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: The past isn’t dead. Hell, it’s not even the past.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Son, nobody makes anybody do anything they don’t wanna do in the first place.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Selena, honey… this was not safe sex.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: See? There’s that word again. “Choice.”


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Only two roads in this world. And if you’re listening to anyone but me, you’re on the wrong one.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Is this what scared feels like?
Selena Coombs: I wouldn’t know.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: He may be cured, but his personality hasn’t improved any.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: Do you know what a mentor is?
Caleb Temple: Half-man, half-beast?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: That’s a minotaur.


Gail Emory: What are you doing?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Prayin’.


Judge: I didn’t know you were a gardener, Lucas.
Sheriff Lucas Buck: I’ve been known to pull a few weeds.


Sheriff Lucas Buck: WAKE UP! WAKE UP! WAKE UP, TRINITY! I always wanted to do that.


Gail Emory: What could I possibly be hiding from you?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Your true feelings, perhaps?


Sheriff Lucas Buck: All guilt is relative. Loyalty counts. And never let your conscience be your guide.


Caleb Temple: What’re you doing here?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Lookin’ after my own.


[Last lines of the series]
Caleb Temple: Well, what will I do without her?
Sheriff Lucas Buck: Oh… I think we’ll get by.

American Gothic



Paige Turco and John Mese began dating during the show and eventually got engaged.

The show was created by Shaun Cassidy. Shaun was a pop star in Europe prior to developing American Gothic and later starred in the series, “The Hardy Boys”.

American  Gothic CastThere were four episodes of American Gothic that were produced but were not broadcast on CBS. There titles were, “Potato Boy, “Ring Of Fire, “Echo Of Your Last Goodbye, and “Strangler”. They did, however, air later on the Sci-Fi Channel.


Lucas Black was a Calvin Klein Model. He turned down a role in the film, “The Horse Whisperer (1998)” because the producers wanted him to lose his accent for the role. He played football, basketball and golf in High School.

American Gothic was set in the city of Trinity, South Carolina. It was actually filmed, however, in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Gary Cole and Brenda Bakke thought that Lucas and Selena should be brother and sister, but the idea of siblings involved in a “relationship” was just a little too wierd for Shaun Cassidy!