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Snapper Carr (Character)
from "Justice League" (2001)

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"Supergirl: Exodus (#2.15)" (2017)
Kara Danvers: You said a good reporter should cultivate their source.
Snapper Carr: Sources. Plural. I'm not gonna take your word for it. Way too much fake news out there. I can't risk it.
Kara Danvers: So, what, you're willing to put people's lives in danger than risk hurting your reputation?
Snapper Carr: Careful, ponytail. You're at DEFCOM 3 with the moxie.

Supergirl: I never lie.
Snapper Carr: Well, bully for you, but you're talking to a journalist. We believe everyone is lying until we can prove they're not.

Snapper Carr: "A halb emes iz a gants lign," as my grandmother from the shtetl would say: A half truth is a whole lie.

"Supergirl: Supergirl Lives (#2.9)" (2017)
Snapper Carr: Teenage runaways are not news. They are clichés. You have more important stories to cover.
Kara Danvers: More important? What's more important than a mother finding her daughter?
Snapper Carr: My coffee, my Danish, and the five minutes of peace and quiet you stole from me.

Snapper Carr: Slaver's Moon? Very catchy.
Kara Danvers: All those runaways? They were being sold as alien slave labor. That's a big story. 8,000 words, personal accounts from the cells, from the auction house, from the daughter, Izzy, whose disappearance you didn't want me looking into.
Snapper Carr: You want a medal? Submit yourself for Pulitzer.
Kara Danvers: I know that you want me to follow my head, but I would rather be wrong about a dozen leads than not follow the ones I believe in. That's the kind of reporter I want to be. I'm always going to follow my heart.
Snapper Carr: Your therapy bills.
Kara Danvers: Have a great day, chief.
Snapper Carr: [as she leaves, he smiles to himself] Atta girl, Danvers.

"Young Justice: Targets (#1.10)" (2011)
Conner Kent: But why are they fighting? They're all humans... I mean Rhelasians, right?
Lucas Carr: Right on both counts, actually.
M'gann M'orzz: [Telepathically to Conner] It's no different on Mars. The White Martian minority are treated like second-class citizens by the Green majority. Of course, I'm green but that doesn't make it right.

"Supergirl: Ace Reporter (#2.18)" (2017)
Kara Danvers: I heard Supergirl saved you.
Snapper Carr: Yeah. She was there.
Kara Danvers: Did you say thank you?
Snapper Carr: Once. To a divorce lawyer.

"Supergirl: The Last Children of Krypton (#2.2)" (2016)
Snapper Carr: I don't like you, and I never will, ponytail.
Kara Danvers: I don't need you to like me, jerk guy.
Snapper Carr: You're as bad at insults as you are at reporting.

"Young Justice: Secrets (#1.18)" (2011)
Mal Duncan: Says here Martians have taken New Haven and Providence!
Karen Beecher: Spotted in Happy Harbor, too.
Lucas Carr: Guys, guys. It's a Halloween cliché
Karen Beecher: Meaning it happens a lot?
Voice over PA: Attention. Homeland Security advises everyone to stay inside the gymnasium. This is not meant as confirmation of any alien invasion.
Karen Beecher: I knew it! I knew i!

"Supergirl: The Darkest Place (#2.7)" (2016)
Snapper Carr: You're a textbook case of confirmation bias. You only side with those who confirm your already pre-existing beliefs and ignore anyone who disagrees with you. You're in the tank for superheroes.
James Olsen: I'm not in a tank for superheroes.
Snapper Carr: Oh, please. As kids say, you're BFFs with Superman. You've assigned 18 front pages stories in the past month alone to Supergirl. You said it yourself, Olsen. The camera doesn't lie.

"Supergirl: Survivors (#2.4)" (2016)
Kara Danvers: Hey, chief, I got something for you. Remember the NCPD alien murder?
Snapper Carr: Two-line police blotter item does not constitute a story.
Kara Danvers: It does when it's connected to an underground fight club.
Snapper Carr: [his interest piqued] My silence is your invitation. Talk fast.