20 Memorable Quotes To Remember TV In 2013 By

By: 12.18.13  •  36 Comments


2013 was a good year, because 2013 was the year where the most memorable TV quote involved one guy stabbing another guy to death. Take that, years 0-2012. Anyway, our year-end retrospective continues with a selection of some of 2013’s greatest TV quotes, the kind of lines that if dropped in a bar, friendships will be made.

They’re also helpful for when you want to stab some guy to death.

It was the year of Heisenberg…

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…the year we all got a Marshall stiffie…


…the year 30 Rock sadly said goodbye…


…the year Nelson Van Alden stopped believing in God…


…the year we all took advice from the Bastard Chief…


…the year we got our rocks off when Arrested Development returned…


…the year Orange Is the New Black somehow became Netflix’s best show yet…


…the year a teenage girl was a fountain of wisdom…

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…the year Annie Edison didn’t have to say a thing to get us to listen…


…the year not enough Nathan for You GIFs were made…

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…the year Spaghetti Tuesday got moved to Wednesday…

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…the year we learned we could hate the Lannisters THAT much more…


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