The day I watched this movie, my last call at work was a toilet repair at one of my employer's apartments. There was an image of a clownfish on a calendar on the bathroom wall. I regard clownfish as a divine token of my testimony, and I was wondering if I was mistaken in doing so. That movie was as direct a refutation of that thought as it could possibly be, right down to the fish betokening something significant. (This divine capacity to orchestrate human events to this degree should shake human unbelief to its core, but as "Amazing Grace" implies,the fear of God is something only the grace of God can impart.) So why clownfish? Well, Nemo has nothing to do with it, that's for sure. It originated with an episode of NCIS.
312 - DeceptionWe found the pervert.
Where? The computer he was using traces back to 23346 Maple Street.
Clown-Fish? - William Lafferty? Come on, let's roll.
Just give me 1 0 seconds and l'll-- DiNozzo, we're in position.
And all Ron does is spray.
Ron, what if this gets on some area of our skin that we don't want it? - DiNozzo coming in.
Back of the house is clear, boss.
Looks like this guy left in a hurry.
- You think, DiNozzo? - And he won't be coming back.
- He poisoned his fish? Because he couldn't take them with him.
These fish were his prized possessions.
lf he can't have them, no one can.
Fits the profile of a malignant narcissist.
Firstly, this term "malignant narcissist".