Dr Quinn Medicine Woman helps a man with Obsessive Cleaning Disorder OCD
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Dr Quinn Medicine Woman helps a man with Obsessive Cleaning Disorder OCD

Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman (Raeshia Oil) helps a father (Hanif Karim) who can't stop cleaning so that his son (Sean Adair) can fall asleep. DOCTOR QUINN I am Doctor Quinn, Medicine Woman. How can I help you today? TOMMY My dad is making me crazy. He keeps cleaning obsessively all night. I can’t sleep. He doesn’t realize he’s making so much noise. TOMMY Dad, stop cleaning. It’s 2 in the morning. STEWART There’s just a few dirty spots left to clean. Go back to sleep. TOMMY I tried but I can’t. You’re too noisy. Will you hurry up and finish? STEWART Put the earplugs in that I gave you. I still have to vacuum and make my evening drink tonight. TOMMY Oh please don’t start singing! I’m so sick of your drinking songs. STEWART Drinking makes me happy and then I want to sing. Don’t be such a spoilsport and sing with me. “For he’s a jolly good fellow, and he’s a jolly good fellow. Which nobody can deny.” TOMMY I’ve had enough of this. I’m taking you to the doctor tomorrow. STEWART Doctor? I don’t need a doctor. I’m fine. TOMMY No, you’re not fine. You’re crazy. I can’t live like this. STEWART Tommy, you are too sensitive, but if it makes you happy then I’ll go. TOMMY Thank you. INT. DOCTOR’S OFFICE - DAY DOCTOR QUINN What’s wrong with cleaning? People usually complain about someone being too messy, not too clean. TOMMY Cleaning every night until 2 o clock in the morning? You don’t think that’s weird? DOCTOR QUINN That’s not weird. Some people are awake at that hour. They may work different hours, or maybe they’re just a night owl. TOMMY I can’t believe you are saying this. Maybe I came to the wrong doctor. DOCTOR QUINN If you don’t like it, move out. You’re a grown man. Get your own place and let your dad clean all night. TOMMY It’s not that easy. I can’t afford it. Also, I’m worried about my dad. He could trip or fall. After he cleans, he drinks and he’s fallen down the stairs before. I don’t want anything to happen to him. DOCTOR QUINN Do you feel you have a problem, Stewart? STEWART Maybe. I enjoy cleaning but it’s tough for me to stop. I want to sometimes, but I can’t. It makes me feel good. DOCTOR QUINN When did this start? Have you been like this your whole life? TOMMY No, it started recently. Like 5 years ago. Around the same time, my mom passed away. DOCTOR QUINN Oh I’m sorry about your loss. What was she like? TOMMY She was the greatest woman in the world. She took care of us and spoiled us. She cleaned everything and kept the house spic and span. DOCTOR QUINN You know, I’ve heard of this kind of behavior before. The subject misses the deceased so much that they mimic the behavior to feel closer to them. TOMMY What are we supposed to do then? Raise the dead? DOCTOR QUINN No. Your dad needs some help cleaning. TOMMY I hate cleaning. I can’t help with that. DOCTOR QUINN I know a great lady. She’s been working with me for many years. She may be able to come help once a week. I can talk to her if you like. TOMMY I’d be willing to give it a try. STEWART We don’t need some stranger coming to our house and trying to replace my wife. I can clean myself. DOCTOR QUINN She’s not a replacement. She’s a helper. TOMMY Please dad. Let’s just try it. If she does a bad job, you can clean up her mess and never see her again. STEWART Okay. Fine. She better be good at ironing. DOCTOR QUINN She is. Trust me. She’s the best housekeeper I’ve ever had, and she’s an awesome cook. STEWART I’ll be the judge of that. INT. HOUSE - NIGHT TOMMY Where are you heading to? It’s not 3 am yet. STEWART To bed. Maria already cleaned everything. TOMMY Isn’t she great? The floors are cleaned, the carpet is vacuumed, the dinner was great. STEWART She’s not as great as your mom. But she’s still better than I expected. INT. DOCTOR'S OFFICE - DAY DOCTOR QUINN How are things going with Maria? TOMMY Really great. I’m finally getting some sleep. DOCTOR QUINN That’s great. And you Stewart? Are you happier? STEWART Yes. In fact, I decided to ask Maria on a date. With your blessing of course. DOCTOR QUINN Wow, you trying to steal my housekeeper? You horn dog you. That’s amazing. I’m glad I was able to help. TOMMY Doctor, you are a godsend. You saved our family. DOCTOR QUINN Just doing my job. If you know of anyone else with obsessive cleaning disorder or any other problems, send ‘em my way.
"I Know That you Killed your Horrible Boss Last Summer" Comedy Short Film
04:49
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"I Know That you Killed your Horrible Boss Last Summer" Comedy Short Film

When an employee accidentally kills his boss with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich (Hanif Karim), the other employees start to freak out. There is a cannibal (James Nowlan) who wants to eat the body, a lady who wants to pretend it never happened (Raeshia Oli), and a guy who wants to call the cops immediately (Sean Adair). What will happen to this crew? INT. OFFICE - DAY BOB Oh my God! You killed the boss! You bastard! DAVID It was an accident. I just gave him a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I didn’t know he was allergic to peanuts. ADRIAN I’ve had one before. It’s a good sandwich. With extra crunchy peanut butter. JONES We got so high, the boss got the munchies. Ate the sandwich and forgot it could kill him. DAVID I didn’t know he was going to react so fast. BOB We need to call the cops. DAVID No, we don’t. Let’s talk about it first. JONES We gotta do something to help him. He was a great boss. He gave me good drugs. ADRIAN I didn’t see anything. I don’t know. Leave me out of this. JONES Let’s eat his body. It might still have drugs in it. DAVID Jones, you are one sick puppy. ADRIAN That’s so disgusting. I knew there was a reason I didn’t like you. JONES Just because I’m a cannibal doesn’t make me a bad person. DAVID Guys, we need to make a pact not to tell anyone about this. ADRIAN Tell anyone about what? I already forgot what happened. DAVID Good, I like that. BOB Oh yeah, you would. You’re the murderer. If we go to the cops, you’re the one who goes to jail. DAVID Don’t call me that! I told you so many times it was an accident. JONES He was such a good boss. We used to go to strip clubs and smoke meth together. I don’t know what I’ll do without him. BOB We need to get justice. You can’t just break the law. DAVID If we do that, you’re going to jail also. BOB Me? What did I do? DAVID They’ll suspect all of us. BOB If I know about a crime, and I don’t tell the cops that’s also a crime. I don’t want to go to jail! DAVID How do the cops know you didn’t make the sandwich? You got your handprints on the peanut butter jar also. BOB Oh my god! You’re right! ADRIAN This is why we are just going to pretend none of this happened. DAVID Exactly! We all agree not to tell anyone. JONES I didn’t agree to anything. DAVID If you don’t agree, I’m going to call the cops and tell them about your meth habits. JONES Are you blackmailing me? That’s another crime. DAVID I don’t want to have to do anything. Just keep your pie hole shut. ADRIAN Why don’t all of you shut up? Let me think. DAVID We all have to agree or the pact will never work. JONES If you let me eat part of his body I’ll agree. ADRIAN Quiet Jones! Come on and try to be normal! JONES If I eat all of it, then we don’t have to worry about the evidence. DAVID That’s disgusting but it does kinda makes sense. ADRIAN No! Gross! JONES If I consume the master, I shall become the master. ADRIAN You ain’t no master of me especially if you eat that guy. JONES No. It will give me powers and you will be my slaves in hell. BOB I don’t want to go to hell. I’m afraid of fire. DAVID Let’s stay focused and take a vote. Who agrees to not tell anyone about this? ADRIAN I will. I didn’t see anything, I don’t know anything. I never met any of you. JONES (singing) Cops and cars and striptease bars. Never met a woman so alone ADRIAN Just vote and stop with all the freaking nonsense. JONES Okay. I’ll stay quiet. DAVID Now, it’s just you Bob. BOB Alright fine. I’ll stay quiet. I don’t want to be the lone ranger. DAVID Then it’s settled. Not a word about this to anyone for as long as you live. JONES Can we cut ourselves and mix our blood? Like a blood pact? Maybe I can drink some. DAVID No. Let’s just shake hands. ADRIAN What are we going to do about the body? JONES I’m going to eat it . DAVID No! I can make arrangements. I know a guy who works in the trash department. JONES What a waste of a good body. EXT. MEXICO BEACH - DAY ADRIAN Hello Police? Yes, I’d like to report a murder. But if I do this, I need immunity. I don’t care about my coworkers, but I want a plea deal and enough money to live in Mexico for the rest of my life. Do we have a deal?
Pulp Fiction -  Apartment Scene Ezekiel 25:17 Divine Intervention
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Pulp Fiction - Apartment Scene Ezekiel 25:17 Divine Intervention

Jewels (Raeshia Oli) and Vincent (Hung Wins) pay a visit to Brett (Ben Horwitz) CLIP DESCRIPTION: Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) interrogates Brett (Frank Whaley) and recites his favorite passage from the Bible. FILM DESCRIPTION: Outrageously violent, time-twisting, and in love with language, Pulp Fiction was widely considered the most influential American movie of the 1990s. Director and co-screenwriter Quentin Tarantino synthesized such seemingly disparate traditions as the syncopated language of David Mamet; the serious violence of American gangster movies, crime movies, and films noirs mixed up with the wacky violence of cartoons, video games, and Japanese animation; and the fragmented story-telling structures of such experimental classics as Citizen Kane, Rashomon, and La jetée. The Oscar-winning script by Tarantino and Roger Avary intertwines three stories, featuring Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta, in the role that single-handedly reignited his career, as hit men who have philosophical interchanges on such topics as the French names for American fast food products; Bruce Willis as a boxer out of a 1940s B-movie; and such other stalwarts as Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Christopher Walken, Eric Stoltz, Ving Rhames, and Uma Thurman, whose dance sequence with Travolta proved an instant classic. CREDITS: TM & © Miramax Films (1994) Cast: John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Phil LaMarr, Frank Whaley, Burr Steers Director: Quentin Tarantino Producers: Lawrence Bender, Danny DeVito, Richard N. Gladstein, Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sher, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein Screenwriters: Quentin Tarantino, Roger Avary