Daryl needs a cardigan: Things you'll never hear TV characters say

We all know the catchphrases associated with TV characters. Homer Simpson says "D'oh!" and Jeff Probst tells "Survivor" contestants that "The tribe has spoken." But what about the lines that certain TV characters would never, ever deliver, not in a million seasons worth of shows? Here are just a few.

"My arms are kinda cold, someone toss me a sweater."   Daryl Dixon on "The Walking Dead"

"I agree with Edith."  Lady Mary, "Downton Abbey"

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Lady Mary, right, has no sisterly love for Edith, left.

"How would I know if we have a connection? We barely know each other."   any Bachelorette on "The Bachelor

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"Bachelor" contestants always feel that instant magical connection. Or do they?

"Let’s start a food program to help the kingdom’s poor."   King Joffrey Baratheon, "Game of Thrones"

HBO
Marie Antoinette had nothing on King Joffrey .

"But that’s really a minor problem, other people have it so much worse."   Anyone on "Girls"

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The

"I kept my nose out of it, because it was club business, not my business." — Gemma Morrow, "Sons of Anarchy"

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All business is Gemma's business on

"I think we should slow down and focus on something that matters more than power and politics."   Claire Underwood, "House of Cards"

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Frank and Claire Underwood know their priorities.

"You told me to stay right here, so that’s what I did."   Carl Grimes, "The Walking Dead"

AMC
Carl, where are you? Carl?

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