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.

09x14 - Wild Child Season 9 / Episode 14: - Wild Child

Constable Henry Higgins: What a way to die. Mauled to death.
Constable George Crabtree: Henry... you don't know that's what happened.
Constable Henry Higgins: You didn't see it, George. Those terrible scratches on his face alone would let you know if you did.
Constable George Crabtree: Sir.
Detective William Murdoch: What have you, George?
Constable George Crabtree: Sir, the man who discovered him was checking his snares this morning. He seemed... surprised, a-a-almost disappointed to find that he'd snagged a human. Suppose he was expecting his dinner.
09x14 - Wild Child Season 9 / Episode 14: - Wild Child

Detective William Murdoch: You have to look your best, little man; you're about to meet someone very special. [Mr. Connor opens the door as Murdock approaches] Mr. Connor.
Harold Connor: Detective Murdoch. [takes the baby] He... he is a miracle.
Detective William Murdoch: Your son, Roland.
Harold Connor: He's a... he's a lovely little man.
Detective William Murdoch: And it's been our honour to care for him.
Harold Connor: You are the very best of people.
Detective William Murdoch: I have some things for him that you might find useful. I'll arrange to have them sent over.
Harold Connor: I cannot thank you enough times.
Baby Roland: [Roland gurgles at Murdoch] Da.
Baby Roland: I wish you a long and happy life together.
09x12 - Unlucky In Love Season 9 / Episode 12: - Unlucky In Love

Margaret Brackenreid: Thomas! Those are for the guests.
Detective William Murdoch: So, what am I?
Margaret Brackenreid: Well, it's my new business, so you are the help. We should be finished.
Detective William Murdoch: Oh, don't worry about it, Margaret. Everything'll be fine, I'm sure.
Margaret Brackenreid: Just lend a hand where it's needed. And we'll keep an eye on those milling about. I don't want anything stolen.
09x12 - Unlucky In Love Season 9 / Episode 12: - Unlucky In Love

Dr. Julia Ogden: The woman is absolutely fascinating.She makes no effort whatsoever to hide her lack of feeling about five dead husbands.
Constable George Crabtree: She puts me in mind of that insect species, where the female consumes the male right when they're in the middle of... procreating?
Dr. Julia Ogden: Yes, the female preying mantis is known to devour her mate during the sex act, as is the widow spider.
Constable George Crabtree: That's the perfect name for her: the black... praying mantis, only change the 'a' in 'praying' to an 'e' because she preys upon her husb...
Detective William Murdoch: Thank you, George.
09x12 - Unlucky In Love Season 9 / Episode 12: - Unlucky In Love

Constable George Crabtree: It bears repeating that I think your novel has true greatness in it. I just think that you want to... do away with some of the dullness and flesh out the parts that are more arousing.
Lucy Maud Montgomery: Now, that is sound advice.
Constable George Crabtree: And have you reconsidered making it *Dan* of Green Gables?
Lucy Maud Montgomery: Absolutely not. Why should I? Half the world is made up of women; I suspect there should be a large readership for a novel with a female protagonist.
Constable George Crabtree: You make a good case.
09x12 - Unlucky In Love Season 9 / Episode 12: - Unlucky In Love

Constable George Crabtree: I think it would be a good idea if your pen name was to include all three of your names, like some of the greats: Robert Louis Stevenson, Arthur Conan Doyle, H. G. Wells.
Lucy Maud Montgomery: Louisa May Alcott.
Constable George Crabtree: Exactly.
Lucy Maud Montgomery: Oh, what a wonderful thought, George. I do like the sound of it. Lucy Maud Montgomery.
09x12 - Unlucky In Love Season 9 / Episode 12: - Unlucky In Love

Constable George Crabtree: Henry, listen to this.


Constable George Crabtree: "It has all my worldly goods in it, but it isn't very heavy. It's an extremely old carpetbag."
Constable Henry Higgins: Isn't that how you were found? An old carpetbag?
Constable George Crabtree: Yes, exactly. I mean I-I-I'm thrilled that she used some of the ideas we came up with together: the- the ghost of a murdered child, the lady in white, the headless man and whatnot, but there's something else here.
Constable Henry Higgins: What's that?
Constable George Crabtree: Well, she's turned the character into a spunky orphan found in a carpetbag who's prone to flights of fancy. Henry, Anne of Green Gables is me!
09x11 - A Case of the Yips Season 9 / Episode 11: - A Case of the Yips

Roger Newsome: Hurry it up, Benedict.


Devin Sanders: Oh, unfortunate. Remember, it's a two stroke penalty if you're beyond the boundary.
Roger Newsome: Two, right.
09x11 - A Case of the Yips Season 9 / Episode 11: - A Case of the Yips

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Golf is a cruel mistress, Murdoch. It holds a man under its spell. I could believe that he hit the ball into the woods on purpose, then killed himself just to get away from the game.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Golf seems little more than a distraction, sir. I can hardly believe that it would drive a man to suicide.


Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Seems like fun at first. Just one good round. Even one good shot. And you're hooked. You become a slave to it. For hours and hours, day after day, you hit the ball towards the hole. You hit the ball towards the hole. On and on. Gets into your head. And consumes you. All you can think about's hitting the damn ball into the damn hole! [hands Murdoch the club] Golf is a curse, Murdoch. Don't you forget it.
09x11 - A Case of the Yips Season 9 / Episode 11: - A Case of the Yips

Detective William Murdoch: What of Mr. Benedict's foursome?
George Lyon: Loyal friends. They do circumvent course policy on one matter, though. They play four-ball golf for money.
Detective William Murdoch: Oh. Any significant sums?
George Lyon: Sometimes up to fifty cents a hole.
09x11 - A Case of the Yips Season 9 / Episode 11: - A Case of the Yips

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: There's a churlish Scotsman sitting in your office.
Detective William Murdoch: Churlish? How so?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Well, he's a Scotsman, isn't he?
09x11 - A Case of the Yips Season 9 / Episode 11: - A Case of the Yips

MacIver: Useless as a fat man at the high jump.
09x11 - A Case of the Yips Season 9 / Episode 11: - A Case of the Yips

Constable George Crabtree: I've been reading up on it in the library; you wouldn't believe it. There are-are several reported instances o-of dirty water causing fatal infections.
Rebecca James: Every patient who looks up their symptoms at the library ends up thinking they're dying.
09x11 - A Case of the Yips Season 9 / Episode 11: - A Case of the Yips

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: [to Murdoch after knocking down a fleeing suspect with a golf club] Still got my swing , me old mucker.
09x11 - A Case of the Yips Season 9 / Episode 11: - A Case of the Yips

Dr. Julia Ogden: Wiliam...
Detective William Murdoch: Just leave me, Julia. This is something I must do on my own.
09x10 - The Big Chill Season 9 / Episode 10: - The Big Chill

Constable George Crabtree: Oh, all right, it's not going anywhere. Uh. Go ahead.
09x10 - The Big Chill Season 9 / Episode 10: - The Big Chill

Dr. Julia Ogden: I'm told you have the body.
Captain Bernier: Yes.
Dr. Julia Ogden: [as she puts Roland in his pram] There we go.
Captain Bernier: Such as it is.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Decomposition must be quite advanced at this point.
Captain Bernier: Arthur died three months ago. I preserve him the best I could using salt But I am afraid he is not cutting as fine a figure as he once did.
09x10 - The Big Chill Season 9 / Episode 10: - The Big Chill

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: You seem to have a bee in your bonnet about the captain.
Detective William Murdoch: And you seem to quite like him, sir, which I find surprising given how you feel about Frenchmen.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Uh, yes, well, he's not a Frenchman Frenchman; he's a Canadian Frenchman. And if he claims the North Pole for Canada, he's also claiming it for the British Empire,
09x10 - The Big Chill Season 9 / Episode 10: - The Big Chill

Detective William Murdoch: You know... Captain Bernier asked me to join him on his expedition.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Did he, now?
Detective William Murdoch: Mm, but I told him I could not accept, on account of being a father.
Dr. Julia Ogden: And how long would the expedition take?
Detective William Murdoch: Four years, give or take a year.
Dr. Julia Ogden: But if not for being a father you would go? Leaving me here for four years.
Detective William Murdoch: You would wait for me, Julia.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Oh, don't be so sure. Speaking of being a father, where id our child?
Detective William Murdoch: Right this way.


Detective William Murdoch: It replicates the motion of bouncing him on one's knee. [Roland gurgles and bounces]
Dr. Julia Ogden: Look how happy he is!
Detective William Murdoch: Oh, yes. He's our gleeful bouncer.
Dr. Julia Ogden: I could use one of those at the morgue.
Detective William Murdoch: That's why I've made three. One for the morgue, one for here. and one for my office. That way Roland can remain occupied while we go about our work.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Never .miss a moment
Detective William Murdoch: No, no.
09x09 - Raised On Robbery Season 9 / Episode 9: - Raised On Robbery

Detective William Murdoch: Here, allow me.
Joanne Perly: Oh, thank you. Oh. They really should have picked a better branch for baby day.
Detective William Murdoch: Baby day?
Joanne Perly: You open an account for your baby and they'll match what you deposit up to five dollars.
Detective William Murdoch: Five dollars!
Joanne Perly: Yeah.
Detective William Murdoch: That's a lot of money.
09x09 - Raised On Robbery Season 9 / Episode 9: - Raised On Robbery

Detective William Murdoch: Sir, have you considered the charge for a transatlantic signal?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Well, it can't be that expensive. My sister telegraphs every Christmas, and she's married to a bloody Scotsman.
09x09 - Raised On Robbery Season 9 / Episode 9: - Raised On Robbery

Constable George Crabtree: Share the costs, sir. There must be dozens of Yorkies in Toronto who'd be willing to pay for real-time results. H- have Jackson call them out as they come in. Play by... play. All coming from a game five thousand miles away.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: You know, Crabtree, you have some daft ideas, but this one is bloody brilliant.
Constable George Crabtree: Agreed.
09x09 - Raised On Robbery Season 9 / Episode 9: - Raised On Robbery

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: You've made me miss the end of the match. [cocks his pistol] I've half a mind to shoot you on principle.
09x09 - Raised On Robbery Season 9 / Episode 9: - Raised On Robbery

Dr. Julia Ogden: I didn't take you for a patriot, Inspector.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Patriot?
Detective William Murdoch: Your tattoo, sir. Eighteen sixty-seven; the birth of Canada.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Sod Canada. Eighteen sixty-seven is the birth of the Wednesday. Sheffield Wednesday Football Club.
09x09 - Raised On Robbery Season 9 / Episode 9: - Raised On Robbery

Orphanage Woman: I'm from the Hamley House for Orphans.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes; thank you for coming on such short notice. I'm Detective William Murdoch. My wife, Julia Ogden.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Will he be adopted?
Orphanage Woman: We'll do our best, ma'am.
Detective William Murdoch: He doesn't seem to want to go.
Orphanage Woman: I'll take him.
Detective William Murdoch: Actually, I... I would... We... would like to adopt him. We've discussed it, and I believe we are in agreement.
Orphanage Woman: It's most unusual. Are you certain?
Dr. Julia Ogden: We are.
Detective William Murdoch: We are.
Orphanage Woman: Then I'll drop off the papers. Good day. [she leaves]
Detective William Murdoch: What have we done?
Dr. Julia Ogden: Hopefully the right thing.
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.

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