dramanoun

  • ja劇、演劇、芝居
  • ena serious play performed in a theater, on radio, on television, or in a movie

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We got a good thing here.
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Why do you wanna hop off the gravy train, baby?
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It's not that. I just don't feel creatively satisfied.
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I hear what you're saying,
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but I just think, for someone like you, it's gonna be tough.
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Well, look, I did what you said.
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I got some new headshots made.
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Let's take a look.
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I got this. I'd love to be in a legal drama.
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Like in court room—
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And comedy, which is something I'm incredibly passionate about.
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You know, it shows a different side.
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So 'Playing With Fire' — What is this movie about?
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- Oh, it's a drama. - Mm-hmm.
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It is, it is.
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It's a dramatic piece involving soap, and tripping, and me having girlfriends.
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And I get laughed at by large men with an ax and a beard.
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Jurnee, go for it.
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It is a new drama from HBO called ‘Lovecraft Country.’
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It's about a young man named Atticus, who returns home after his father's gone missing.
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And all I can say is...get the *bleep* over it!
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Mom, it's not like I've never heard that word before.
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You're always cursing.
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Our house is like a prestige HBO drama.
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And now, City Pool's own synchronized swimming team coached by Coach Wittenberg
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with their interpretation of the classic western drama 'Come Back, Wayne.'