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  • Adventures of McGee and Me is an American Christian television series created by Ken C. Johnson & Bill Myers and produced by George Taweel and Rob Loos between
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  • And feeling good was easy, lord, when he sang the blues. You know feeling good was good enough for me, Good enough for me and my Bobby McGee. "Me and
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  • (annoyed) McGee? McGee: (nervous) Yeah Kate: You have ten seconds to tell me what you're doing down there! McGee: I'm upgrading the computer system and...uh
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  • phone. Abby: Oh, um, it was the nuns. McGee: The nuns? Abby: Yep, y'know, nuns with the big white hats and the -- McGee: Habits. Yeah, they’re called habits
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  • There! McGee: Go two frames back. See, that looks like a woman to me. Abby: No, it doesn't. It looks like a hairy pirate with a mustache! McGee: You mean
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  • did I die instead of you? Tony: That's a first. McGee: He called me "Tim." Tony: Patted my back. McGee: It was kind of nice. Tony: Nice? I don't want nice
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  • work to do. Tony: I'm on it, boss. What am I on, McGee? McGee: Are you alone? Tony: Oh, yeah! Just me and 5000 of my closest friends. I AM NEVER ALONE! [looks
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  • superglue on McGee's keyboard. McGee: [holds keyboard up] You put superglue on my keyboard! Gibbs: Our hit-and-run just became shoot-and-scoot. McGee: All right
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  • Fibber McGee and Molly was an American radio show that ran from 1935 to 1959. Catchphrases from Fibber McGee and Molly "Sweetie Pie" or "Sweetie Face"
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  • arrives at work and cheerily enters the squad room] McGee: [notices Tony] I think you have that equation right? Tony: [catches sight of McGee's desk] OH!
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  • will you still love me? Charlie McGee: Where's my father? Captain Hollister: He's fine. He's happy, and he sends his love, and he wants you to cooperate
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  • MTAC video-conferencing with McGee, who is in Canada and is standing near a Mountie's horse] Tony: That horse likes you! McGee: This isn't funny, Tony. Tony:
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  • sniper, coffee afficianado, and functional mute. McGee: (panting) Piece of cake. Tony: (panting) Yep, easy as pie. [After McGee's initial refusal to fix
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  • of America. McGee: You mind if we search it? Dunn: Yeah. Yeah, I do. I need probable cause. I don't think you meet that threshold. McGee: [looks at Gibbs
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  • so well. [At NCIS headquarters, Gibbs interrogates McGee's father, Admiral John McGee] Admiral McGee: [points at the one-way window] Who's behind the glass
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  • [Tony and Bishop observe McGee and Delilah argue in binary numbers code.] Tony: [to Bishop] He can't even argue like a cool Cyborg. [McGee and Bishop
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  • cremated Sam McGee. Now a promise made is a debt unpaid, and the trail has its own stern code. And the heavens scowled, and the huskies howled, and the wind
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  • teacher I got this flunked me at least once! Doody: If you don't watch it, you're going to be spending all you time in mcgee's office. Sonny: Yeah? well
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  • Vincent Sforza: It... it hurts. Charlie McGee: Oh, yeah? Well, love hurts. It's not all happy and sweet. And it's always the people you love that hurt
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  • Authority (category Law and government)
    quoted in "The Transylvania Journey" by Rev. Michael McGee (25 July 2004), and in Whose God? and Three Related Works (2007) by Benjamin C. Godfrey, p
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