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Tuesdays with Morrie

Cast
Jack Lemmon, Hank Azaria, Wendy Moniz, Caroline Aaron, Bonnie Bartlett, Aaron Lustig, Bruce Nozick, Ivo Cutzarida, John Carroll Lynch, Dan Thiel, Kyle Sullivan, Christian J. Meoli
Released
1999
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By telephone, sports reporter Mitch Albom tells his vocalist girlfriend Janine, "It's crazy here." (0:04)

Mitch tells his terminally ill friend and college professor Morrie Schwartz, referring to a class, "We started panicking." (0:14)

Mitch tells Morrie, referring to people in Detroit, "They’re nuts for sports." (0:15)

His boss Walter Moran tells Mitch, "I could recommend a hell of a counselor." (0:22)

Mitch: "America had become a bazaar of self-help... What did Morrie think about that? He wasn't in the self-help business." (0:23)

Morrie tells Mitch, "... I cry, and I rage. I mourn, and then I detach... Well, that's self-pity, and that's enough of that for today." (0:29)

Mitch tells Morrie, referring to Morrie's taste for tongue, "It's like a repressed memory." (0:39)

Mitch tells Morrie, referring to Mitch's Uncle Mike, "... He was 42 when he died."
Morrie, referring to his mother: ”She went to the hospital, and she died there.” (0:40)

Mitch, reporting on football star Shawn Daley: "Cut to last night: sports car, drinking, drugs, tree... You've got your whole life left to screw up in, you stupid idiot."
Mitch reports: ”Sean, who managed to squeak past his SATs, had no such luck with his drug and alcohol tests.” (0:51)

Mitch: "I hate sports metaphors." (0:58)

Morrie asks Mitch, "You know how my father died?"
”I was selfish.” (1:13)

Shawn Daley tells Mitch, "I've had real excellent counseling, and I've learned from my mistakes."
Mitch: ”When they dropped the drug charges?” (1:19)

Mitch: "Morrie died on a Saturday morning."
Family and friends attend the burial of Morrie. (1:26)