Type
Scripted
Premiered
Jan. 24, 2008
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
60 min.
Country
Canada
Network
CBC TV Network
Genre

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Murdoch Mysteries (CA)

Set in 1895 Toronto, Murdoch Mysteries explores the intriguing world of William Murdoch, a handsome young detective using radical forensic techniques, like fingerprinting and trace evidence, to solve some of the city's most gruesome murders.

09x08 - Pipe Dreamzz Season 9 / Episode 8: - Pipe Dreamzz

Professor Aldous Lawrence: There was a time in China when smoking opium was a sign of wealth Only wealth did it because it was illegal and only the wealthy could escape prosecution, but also because wealth allowed for a certain leisure that the smoking of opium desires, and it was these prosperous patrons who understood opium's value to artists, philosophers, and allowing this golden age of...
Ling Lawrence: [Byron starts coughing] Only a little.
Byron Sutton: Apologies, Emperor.
Professor Aldous Lawrence: Enough history; we are here to enjoy the present. So, let up retire to the den
09x08 - Pipe Dreamzz Season 9 / Episode 8: - Pipe Dreamzz

Constable George Crabtree: This is the Earth and Dragon Society.
Detective William Murdoch: And its purpose?
Constable George Crabtree: [reading his notes] "To further further appreciate the mysteries of China," apparently.
Detective William Murdoch: In other words, to smoke opium.
09x08 - Pipe Dreamzz Season 9 / Episode 8: - Pipe Dreamzz

Dr. Julia Ogden: Despite the darker side of opium, I'll admit I enjoyed our little experiment.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, not one that I would care to repeat.
Dr. Julia Ogden: No? Not even the sensations invoked?
Detective William Murdoch: I prefer not to alter my reality.
Dr. Julia Ogden: And why is that?
Detective William Murdoch: Because nothing could make my reality any better than it already is.
09x07 - Summer of '75 Season 9 / Episode 7: - Summer of '75

Hamish McTavish: Operator, get me the police. I need a constable at 590 Jarvis Street. Hurry! [someone enters] No! No!
09x07 - Summer of '75 Season 9 / Episode 7: - Summer of '75

Dr. Julia Ogden: Would you like to finish it or shall we go home?
Detective William Murdoch: Um. Home. [he answers the phone] Detective Murdoch.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, George.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, I'll be right there. [he hangs up]
Dr. Julia Ogden: Well, almost home.
09x07 - Summer of '75 Season 9 / Episode 7: - Summer of '75

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Governor-General Young Scholar. That gathered a few sniggers in the schoolyard I would imagine.
Winifred 'Freddy' Pink: Intelligence is nothing to be ashamed of, Inspector.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Not at all, Miss Pink, as long as it's not announced with a clarion call.
Winifred 'Freddy' Pink: Point taken.
09x07 - Summer of '75 Season 9 / Episode 7: - Summer of '75

Detective William Murdoch: Montreal is one thing, but I don't know that you'd find the same abundance of work in Toronto the Good.
09x07 - Summer of '75 Season 9 / Episode 7: - Summer of '75

Dr. Julia Ogden: What is it?
Detective William Murdoch: It's our home, that I'm going to build for you.
Dr. Julia Ogden: William. It's extraordinary.
Detective William Murdoch: Wait. There's more. [removes the model's roof]
Dr. Julia Ogden: More?
Detective William Murdoch: There's the parlor, the conservatory, piano room, bedrooms here and here. ANd a dish-washing cupboard.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Dish-washing cupboard!
Detective William Murdoch: Oh, yes, fully automated; no need for servants.Uh, I'm still sorting the details. But this, a laboratory-workshop. Laboratory for you, workshop for me.
Dr. Julia Ogden: To share?
Detective William Murdoch: Yes. So we may always benefit from each other's counsel.
Dr. Julia Ogden: William Murdoch, it couldn't be more perfect.
Detective William Murdoch: Really?
Dr. Julia Ogden: Yes.
09x06 - The Local Option Season 9 / Episode 6: - The Local Option

Constable George Crabtree: Hey, wake up! Sir, I think we have a problem with this one.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: What is it?
Constable George Crabtree: He's dead.
09x06 - The Local Option Season 9 / Episode 6: - The Local Option

Detective William Murdoch: I've never understood the appeal of alcohol, sir. It impedes the brain's ability to function, making it impossible to think clearly.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Well, that's just it, Murdoch. Don't you ever want to relax and stop thinking for a couple of hours?
Detective William Murdoch: No.
09x06 - The Local Option Season 9 / Episode 6: - The Local Option

Margaret Brackenreid: Good-bye, Mrs. Nation. Have a pleasant journey.
Carrie A. Nation: I'll do no such thing. Nor did I have a pleasant stay. May God have mercy on your damnable souls.
Margaret Brackenreid: Thank you.


Margaret Brackenreid: [sighs] What a horrid woman!
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I guarantee that woman drives more men to drink than she keeps away from it.
09x06 - The Local Option Season 9 / Episode 6: - The Local Option

Detective William Murdoch: The Junction's quite a nice town, actually.
Dr. Julia Ogden: We could live here, if it wasn't so far from the city. Imagine, thirty minutes just to get to work. Plus it's about to go dry; what fun is that.
Detective William Murdoch: Well, temperance has its virtues. A dry Canada could be quite remarkable.
Dr. Julia Ogden: How so?
Detective William Murdoch: With no more time wasted to the bottle, imagine the great heights of industry and ingenuity our nation could reach.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Well, if temperance truly is in our future, we should take advantage of it while we can.
Detective William Murdoch: Julia!
Dr. Julia Ogden: Just one little drink, William.
Detective William Murdoch: Why not. You suppose they have spruce beer?
09x05 - 24 Hours Til Doomsday Season 9 / Episode 5: - 24 Hours Til Doomsday

Detective William Murdoch: I'm merely stating that given that the film was based on a Jules Verne novel, it could pay at least cursory attention to scientific plausibility.
Dr. Julia Ogden: I believe it's meant for children, William.
Detective William Murdoch: Precisely. You wouldn't want them to go through life with a distorted understanding of physics.
Dr. Julia Ogden: So it's not possible to reach the moon by way of cannon?
Detective William Murdoch: Even if enough force could be summoned, the acceleration would crush you. I can't even begin to discuss the gravitational issues.
Dr. Julia Ogden: I thought you said you loved this book as a child.
Detective William Murdoch: Well, I know better now.
09x05 - 24 Hours Til Doomsday Season 9 / Episode 5: - 24 Hours Til Doomsday

Sir Wilfred Laurier: This project called for a policy of guaranteed reciprocal annihilation.
Terrence Meyers: A series of enormous guns arrayed along the border capable of delivering an explosive device up to four hundred miles.
Dr. Julia Ogden: So if one country starts a war, both are mutually assured destruction?
09x05 - 24 Hours Til Doomsday Season 9 / Episode 5: - 24 Hours Til Doomsday

Sir Wilfred Laurier: Enough! You're a good spy, Myers, but your skills as a toady are sadly lacking.
09x05 - 24 Hours Til Doomsday Season 9 / Episode 5: - 24 Hours Til Doomsday

Dr. Julia Ogden: William.
Detective William Murdoch: Mn-mm.
Dr. Julia Ogden: I had an interesting conversation with the inspector today.
Detective William Murdoch: You did?
Dr. Julia Ogden: Indeed. You defused a bomb that could have caused a war?
Detective William Murdoch: I did.
Dr. Julia Ogden: A bomb affixed to a rocket.
Detective William Murdoch: Eh, yes.
Dr. Julia Ogden: So, a hero again. [chuckles] He told me something else, as well.
Detective William Murdoch: Well, the inspector certainly was talkative today.
Dr. Julia Ogden: You rode in a balloon and jumped out of it. In some kind of suit.
Detective William Murdoch: Mr. Pendrick assured me that it was safe.
Dr. Julia Ogden: And flew! [sternly] William Henry Murdoch, if you *ever* do something like that ever again... you had better take me with you.
09x04 - Barenaked Ladies Season 9 / Episode 4: - Barenaked Ladies

Mother: Tommy! [Tommy is transfixed] Tommy? Tommy! Baker, have you not heard me calling you? What are you making about? [she sees the naked statue on the bench] Oh, for the love of God! [guiding Tommy away] You just wait till we get home.
09x04 - Barenaked Ladies Season 9 / Episode 4: - Barenaked Ladies

Dr. Julia Ogden: Where did the statue come from?
Detective William Murdoch: No-one knows;. It certainly wasn't commissioned.
Dr. Julia Ogden: A nude *not* commissioned by our city fathers; [chuckles] why am I not surprised? I must say, it's very good; she looks almost real.
Detective William Murdoch: So perhaps she should be in a gallery, where the craftsmanship can be more fully appreciated.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Craftsmanship! [laughing] William, say what you really mean. She's bare naked in a city park; it's a civil outrage.
Detective William Murdoch: Which you seem to be thoroughly enjoying.
Dr. Julia Ogden: I certainly am. The stir is clearly what the artist intended.
09x04 - Barenaked Ladies Season 9 / Episode 4: - Barenaked Ladies

Detective William Murdoch: I did read about a patent for electroplating corpses issued in France some years ago.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: We'd all be better off if they stuck to wine, cheese, and bloody frogs' legs.
09x04 - Barenaked Ladies Season 9 / Episode 4: - Barenaked Ladies

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Crabtree, stop being such a happy dafty
09x04 - Barenaked Ladies Season 9 / Episode 4: - Barenaked Ladies

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Right, Doctor. We'll leave you to figure out how the girl died.
Dr. Julia Ogden: It could be natural causes, Inspector.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I know. It's never murder till it's murder.
09x04 - Barenaked Ladies Season 9 / Episode 4: - Barenaked Ladies

Detective William Murdoch: You must be tired.
Dr. Julia Ogden: I'm thoroughly exhausted.
Detective William Murdoch: Well then, I propose a light supper, an early night, and no files.
Dr. Julia Ogden: No files! How refreshing. Although I have to say, nothing is more exciting than working with you again... Well, maybe one thing.
Detective William Murdoch: Shall we, then?
09x04 - Barenaked Ladies Season 9 / Episode 4: - Barenaked Ladies

Dr. Julia Ogden: [voiceover as Rebecca James reads a note from her] Dear Miss James, may I suggest you look at chapter two on osteology. I think you may find it enlightening. Sincerely, Julia Ogden.
09x03 - Double Life Season 9 / Episode 3: - Double Life

Dr. Emily Grace: Good morning, Lillian.
Lillian Moss: Last day as Dr. Grace.
Dr. Emily Grace: Just because I'll no longer be Toronto's coroner doesn't mean I'll cease being a doctor.
Lillian Moss: Of course.
Dr. Emily Grace: How are you progressing next door?
Lillian Moss: Everything's packed up; only some final errands to see to.
Dr. Emily Grace: Then, could I trouble you to pick up my dress from the seamstress.
Lillian Moss: Of course. To think, in only a few days we'll be crossing the Atlantic for London, England. I cannot wait.
Dr. Emily Grace: I love you.
09x03 - Double Life Season 9 / Episode 3: - Double Life

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Talkative! He's got more bloody rabbit than all of Margaret's female relatives put together, Murdoch.
09x03 - Double Life Season 9 / Episode 3: - Double Life

Dr. Emily Grace: Good day, Inspector. A fresh corpse and a crime scene; what more could one ask for?
09x03 - Double Life Season 9 / Episode 3: - Double Life

Dr. Emily Grace: What confuses me's that I still love her even though I so badly want to hate her.
09x03 - Double Life Season 9 / Episode 3: - Double Life

Dr. Emily Grace: So, I suppose this is it.
Constable George Crabtree: Suppose it is. [he tips a porter to take Emily's suitcase] Thank you.


Constable George Crabtree: You have to let go, Emily.
Dr. Emily Grace: But what if I don't want to, George? What if... what if this is a mistake?
Constable George Crabtree: Then that's what you need to find out. Right?
Dr. Emily Grace: Good-bye, George Crabtree.
Constable George Crabtree: Good-bye, Emily Grace.
09x02 - Mark Twain Season 9 / Episode 2: - Mark Twain

Clarence Eldridge: I bagged this animal in darkest Africa.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Handsome beast. Ferocious, I'd wager.
Margaret Brackenreid: Africa? I thought tigers were native to India.
Clarence Eldridge: You could be right, my dear. Africa, India, it's terribly hard to tell them apart.
09x02 - Mark Twain Season 9 / Episode 2: - Mark Twain

Dr. Julia Ogden: Look at Margaret. She looks like the cat who ate the canary.
Detective William Murdoch: Well, it's not everyone who gets asked to be a member of the Empire Club.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Why would the Inspector want to associate with them?
Detective William Murdoch: Perhaps it's to keep the canary eater happy.

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