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This question might be very specific to a situation in "Revolution" but I cannot understand this sentence.

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From my understanding, he was saying that he has done everything that the book (he believed) said, but it turned out that everything he did was bad. Am I correct?

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"The Good Book" is a nickname for the Christian Bible. The caption accordingly means "I have committed every sin named in the Bible."

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