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San Francisco-based forensic neuropsychiatrist Eldon Chance reluctantly gets sucked into a violent and dangerous world of mistaken identity, police corruption and mental illness. Watch Chance Online
Number Of Seasons:2
Created By:Alexandra Cunningham, Kem Nunn
User Score (votes):7.4 / 10 (71)

Last updated: 2018-10-31


Friends Series Quotes

Characters in ‘Chance’

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“The French have a phrase: 'mutilé de guerre'. Do you know it? 'I was mutilated by war.' I spend my day in the company of those mutilated by life, mostly beyond repair. I have always held to the belief that there are times, not times, moments, when the right word, emotion, single touch, might heal. I have held this though I know the workings of the world will not permit these... these words or emotions. There will be no grand gestures or interventions. They are all images seen through a glass darkly amidst my own decline. Did I mention I have been drinking?”
Eldon Chance, Chance, Season 1: The Summer of Love
Tagged:french, mutilated by war, emotions, Drinking

You Series Quotes

“You trusted me to bring you to this moment. Nothing worthwhile is ever done through thinking alone. At some point, you have to act.”
Eldon Chance, Chance, Season 2: Treasures in Jars of Clay

Fate Series Quotes

“That's all there is; there isn't anymore.” —Ethel Barrymore