|Age Range(s)||Adult (36-50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Angry, Scolding, Frustrated|
|Description||"You're a stranger to me"|
|Details||Season 1, Ep. 9, "Spooky Little Girl" 20 minutes into the episode|
Ben Harmon thinks his wife Vivian has cheated on him. Here he confronts her at the mental institution were she is about it. She pretends to be sleeping and Ben gives this monologue in frustration.
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|BEN HARMON: "I know you can't carry on a conversation right now. That's ok. I know what you are thinking. You're thinking, "Thank God he's here. Thank God he can see what they're doing to me. How wrong it is. And thank God he's a shrink so he can get me out of here." You're right. You're in hell here. This is no place for my wife. And I'd move heaven and earth for the Vivian I thought I was married to. But you aren't her. You are a stranger to me. You actually pretended maybe even believed like a sociopath that you were some kind of holy saint without sin while you shit all over me, our life, our family with betrayal and lies. THe way I feel right now, I wouldn't lift a finger to help you get out of here..."|