Harrison Bergeron

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  • I hereby announce the 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the Constitution, which makes everyone equal in intelligence and personality.
  • Huh?
  • That was a pretty dance, that dance they just did.
  • "Ladies and Gentleman..." "Oh my, I'm so sorry about my voice." "Ladies and Gentleman! Harrison Bergeron, age fourteen, has just escaped from jail!"
  • In this scene, the 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the Constitution were created in order for everyone to be equal in things such as intelligence.
  • I am the Emperor! Do you hear? I am the Emperor! Everyone must do what I say at once!
  • In this scene, George and Hazel watch the ballerinas on TV. Hazel comments on how pretty the dance was, while George is confused of what she's talking about. This is because of the mental handicap radio in his ear, which erases his current thoughts.
  • In this scene, the announcer gives the ballerina the microphone to give an announcement. When she starts talking, she apologizes for her voice because it is "unfair" towards other women. She then makes the announcement in a scratchy voice saying that Harrison Bergeron has escaped from jail.
  • You were crying...
  • Yep. I forget why... It was something sad on television.
  • In this scene, Harrison Bergeron has escaped from jail and is now on TV with the ballerinas. He is telling the people that he is the Emperor and that they should listen to him.
  • In this scene, the Handicapped General, Diana Moon Glampers, shoots Harrison with a shotgun, then tells the musicians they have ten seconds to put back their radios on or they get shot.
  • In this scene, George walks into the room, seeing Hazel cry. He asks her why she was crying but, she does not remember. All she remembers is that it was something sad on television.
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