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

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The 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.

08x18 - Artful Detective Season 8 / Episode 18: - Artful Detective

Detective William Murdoch: Anything of use, Henry?
Constable Henry Higgins: Well, I didn't see much, sir. The man who ran away was of medium build. Long black coat, sir. I didn't see his face. Sir, looks like his throat's been slit.
Detective William Murdoch: If it had, there'd be significantly more blood; I suspect we'll find he's been garotted.
Constable Henry Higgins: A new one for me, sir.
Detective William Murdoch: [drops an item from a small bag into his hand] Good God!
Constable Henry Higgins: What is it, sir?
Detective William Murdoch: It appears to be a human thumb.
08x18 - Artful Detective Season 8 / Episode 18: - Artful Detective

Dr. Emily Grace: This wasn't a random killing.
Detective William Murdoch: What makes you say that?
Dr. Emily Grace: He's missing a thumb.
Detective William Murdoch: Huh.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: There's a man with a thumb to spare lying in the morgue.
08x18 - Artful Detective Season 8 / Episode 18: - Artful Detective

Detective William Murdoch: Constable George Crabtree, you are under arrest for the murder of Sergeant Archibald Brooks.
08x17 - Election Day Season 8 / Episode 17: - Election Day

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: [on phone] I will do immediately. Thank you. [hangs up] Crabtree! In here!
Constable George Crabtree: Sirs?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Pack up your desk.
Constable George Crabtree: Excuse me?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: And buy a suit. Davis's Station House Number 3 wants you as his detective. You start in two weeks.
Constable George Crabtree: Sir! Truly?
Detective William Murdoch: Detective Crabtree. Congratulations.
Constable George Crabtree: [laughing] Detective Crabtree. I like the sound of that.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: No time to celebrate; we've got to get to the polls. Margaret's waiting.
Detective William Murdoch: Oh, sir, I already voted. Im the advance polls, in case I was detained on an investigation.
08x17 - Election Day Season 8 / Episode 17: - Election Day

Terrence Meyers: This is an unfortunate turn of events. I personally recruited McCarthy out of McGill university. Trained him myself.
Detective William Murdoch: Hm, perhaps *that* would explain his fate.
Terrence Meyers: I need you to help me find his killer.
Detective William Murdoch: Ah yes, I imagine it's a matter of
Detective William Murdoch, Terrence Meyers: National Security.
08x17 - Election Day Season 8 / Episode 17: - Election Day

Agnes Macphail: Excuse me, Miss Haile, may I pleasse have your autograph.
Margaret Haile: Oh, how lovely of your to ask. You do know, young lady, that I didn't win the election.
Agnes Macphail: I know. One day I'd like to run in an election too.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Well, you never know; one day you may just win.
Margaret Haile: to whom should I address this?
Agnes Macphail: My name is Agnes. Agnes Macphail.
08x17 - Election Day Season 8 / Episode 17: - Election Day

Edna Brooks: Thank you for meeting me, George.
Constable George Crabtree: How's Simon?
Edna Brooks: He's happy. His father's back.
Constable George Crabtree: How are you?
Edna Brooks: They told me he was dead, George.
Constable George Crabtree: Edna...
Edna Brooks: I mean, one minute I'm to be Mrs. George Crabtree and the next minute I'm back to being Mrs. Archibald Brooks, and... I don't know what to do, George.
Constable George Crabtree: There's not anything you can do, Edna. Your husband's come back to you; Simon's father's returned to him. Your family's whole again.
Edna Brooks: George, I...
Constable George Crabtree: Edna, go back to your life and be happy. I want you to be happy.
Edna Brooks: Good-bye, George.
08x16 - Crabtree Mania Season 8 / Episode 16: - Crabtree Mania

Constable George Crabtree: There you go! Trounce him!
Edna Brooks: Get him!
Constable George Crabtree: Edna. I had no idea you had such a passion for wrestling.
Edna Brooks: Oh, I don't. I... I merely accompany Simon.
Simon Brooks: Go, Randolph, go!
08x16 - Crabtree Mania Season 8 / Episode 16: - Crabtree Mania

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: The neighborhood's coming up, Mr. Chilton. Rents must be a fortune these days.
Mr. Chilton: Quite right, Inspector; tough luck for my tenants.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: You own the building?
Mr. Chilton: I do.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: How does a barber end up owning the whole building?
Mr. Chilton: Simple. I save ten percent of my earnings and I never buy anything frivolous. Why put a new floor in when you can throw down a rug.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Tell that to the wife.
Mr. Chilton: [chuckles] How are you planning for your future, Inspector?
Mr. Chilton: I put my extra money in Margaret's cookie jar at the end of the month.
08x16 - Crabtree Mania Season 8 / Episode 16: - Crabtree Mania

Constable George Crabtree: I think the idea of Henderson giving up his companionship in a fake manoeuvre difficult to believe.
The Masked Marauder: I'm telling the trut. I couldn'ta killed him.
Constable George Crabtree: All right. Lying is one thing; attacking the integrity of the great sport of wrestling, that is quite another.
08x16 - Crabtree Mania Season 8 / Episode 16: - Crabtree Mania

Constable George Crabtree: The only constant in this investigation is that each wrestler is proved a fraud.
Detective William Murdoch: True. The Cossack isn't Russian, and the chief rivals were actually friends.
Constable George Crabtree: A-a-and in our championship match the other night, i-it involved a fake manoeuvre and a prearranged outcome.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: So? What of it?
Constable George Crabtree: Well, sir, as much as it pains me to say, it's quite possible the entire sport is fake.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Outlandish! Wrestling is a sport of honor and integrity.
08x16 - Crabtree Mania Season 8 / Episode 16: - Crabtree Mania

Jean Hamilton: Here is the campaign literature I'd like for you to distribute. It's rather exciting, isn't it. Think of all the good we can do for Toronto should we succeed.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Banning books?
Jean Hamilton: Oh yes. Did you know our libraries give children access to the criminal writings of such amoral libertines as Mark Twain. Frankly I'd like to *burn* his books.
Dr. Julia Ogden: [hands back the pamphlets] Perhaps you ought to burn these instead.
08x16 - Crabtree Mania Season 8 / Episode 16: - Crabtree Mania

Constable George Crabtree: Sirs, you called for me?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Ah, Crabtree. We wanted to compliment you on a fine piece of work.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Even if your diligence did uncover that professional wrestling is a sham.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, I doubt fans will continue to follow it so feverishly once the truth reaches them.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Nevertheless, I think it's about time you got measured for a new suit.
Constable George Crabtree: Sir?
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, George, you've been serving in a constable's tunic long enough.
Constable George Crabtree: Sirs, uh...
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Don't be thick, bugalugs. There's an opening at Station House Number 3 for a new detective. I've put you forward.
Detective William Murdoch: They'll be lucky to have you, George.
08x15 - Shipwreck Season 8 / Episode 15: - Shipwreck

Jeanette Rajotte: How could you do that? To me! To everyone who believes in you! There are no secrets from God. he knows everything. He sees everything. everything!
Father Lebel: Jeanette.
Jeanette Rajotte: Read it for yourself. "Even also as I am known." There it is. Dans la Bible. Look!
Father Lebel: Jeanette, calme-toi.
Jeanette Rajotte: You have to tell the truth. If you will not tell, then I will.
Father Lebel: Attends.
Jeanette Rajotte: I must tell the truth.
Father Lebel: Jeanette.
08x15 - Shipwreck Season 8 / Episode 15: - Shipwreck

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: That factory bread can't hold a candle to Margaret's home-baked.
Constable George Crabtree: Well, perhaps, sir, but it's awfully convenient for people who are too busy to toil at the oven.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Too lazy, you mean. Next thing you know they'll be slicing it up for you.
Constable George Crabtree: Sir! That's a fantastic idea! I've never got the hang of slicing a piece of bread, sir. [holds up a wedge-shaped slice] Look, it always comes out like that. A-a-and the end piece, that's a recipe for self-injury. Sliced bread would be the greatest thing since... since...
08x15 - Shipwreck Season 8 / Episode 15: - Shipwreck

Detective William Murdoch: A noble motive makes her no less a murderer.
Father Keegan: I was hoping you wouldn't remember I said that.
Detective William Murdoch: I remember every word you've ever said to me. They're the words I recall whenever I have a difficult decision to make.
Father Keegan: I'm just a man, William. And I'm as fallible as the next.
08x15 - Shipwreck Season 8 / Episode 15: - Shipwreck

Father Keegan: You know, Will, when I was younger I thought the pursuit of truth was absolute; I've since learned that the world isn't so simple,
08x14 - Toronto’s Girl Problem Season 8 / Episode 14: - Toronto’s Girl Problem

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Listen up, everyone. I'd like to introduce my nephew, Charlie Brackenreid. He's just arrived from London and has passed his training day with flying colours. Make him feel at home but don't go too easy on him.
Constable George Crabtree: Always good to have another man on the blur team. George Crabtree.
Charlie Brackenreid: Pleased to meet you, Crabtree.
Detective William Murdoch: Detective William Murdoch. Welcome to Station House Number 4. I hope our fair city won't disappoint.
Charlie Brackenreid: Thank you, sir. Very happy to be here.
08x14 - Toronto’s Girl Problem Season 8 / Episode 14: - Toronto’s Girl Problem

Diana White: Just be sure to keep this place to yourselves; we wouldn't want to begin attracting the *right* sort of people.
08x14 - Toronto’s Girl Problem Season 8 / Episode 14: - Toronto’s Girl Problem

Lillian Moss: Emily! What's the- [Emily kisses her. Lillian breaks the kiss] Is this what you want?
Dr. Emily Grace: Yes.
Lillian Moss: I'm not a toy.
Dr. Emily Grace: I'm too grown up for toys.

08x13 - The Incurables Season 8 / Episode 13: - The Incurables

Dr. Julia Ogden: Damn it! [a nurse screams and runs in] What is it?
Nurse: uh, Ward C... Nurse Collins...
08x13 - The Incurables Season 8 / Episode 13: - The Incurables

Detective William Murdoch: [entering Cedric Maxwell's place] From Roesedale to this.
Constable George Crabtree: I suppose the lawyers were more dear than he imagined, sir.
Detective William Murdoch: They always are.
08x13 - The Incurables Season 8 / Episode 13: - The Incurables

Eva Pearce: Sir! I've been robbed, sir. Attacked most brutally. Could you help me? Please.
Man: Well, of course, madam. Of course.
08x12 - The Devil Wears Whalebone Season 8 / Episode 12: - The Devil Wears Whalebone

Lillian Moss: Corsets are wretched creations. I don't wear one myself.
Dr. Emily Grace: Oh. I couldn't imagine not wearing a corset; I would feel so...
Lillian Moss: Free?
Dr. Emily Grace: Exposed. And improper; I work with men.
08x12 - The Devil Wears Whalebone Season 8 / Episode 12: - The Devil Wears Whalebone

Constable George Crabtree: Lying and stealing, sir, that's not normal for a boy his age.
Detective William Murdoch: George, lying and stealing is *exactly* normal for a boy his age.
08x12 - The Devil Wears Whalebone Season 8 / Episode 12: - The Devil Wears Whalebone

Lillian Moss: You must understand, Emily. My suffragette sisters are all I have.
Dr. Emily Grace: I do understand. It's just... sometimes the way you behave... you frighten me.
Lillian Moss: I frighten you?
Dr. Emily Grace: You will do anything for the cause.
Lillian Moss: Not just for the cause.
Dr. Emily Grace: I, I doubt I have your passion.
Lillian Moss: You do! You lead by example.
Dr. Emily Grace: It doesn't feel like enough.
Lillian Moss: Then do more. Lead by action instead.
Dr. Emily Grace: I want to go corset-free.
Lillian Moss: Now, *that* I can help you with.
08x12 - The Devil Wears Whalebone Season 8 / Episode 12: - The Devil Wears Whalebone

Lillian Moss: Abolish the tyranny of corsetry.
08x11 - All That Glitters Season 8 / Episode 11: - All That Glitters

Detective William Murdoch: Certainly is a unique frame, sir.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I got it from home. It was a present from the mother-in-law. All I needed to do was remove the atrocity that was in it.
Detective William Murdoch: What is that, sir? Mahogany?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Uhh, well, it's certainly one of the more exotic woods.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, it's too dark for teak.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Why are the two of you talking about the frame when it's the painting that merits attention? I think your use of colour is extraordinary.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: You needn't flatter me, doctor. But why exactly do you say so?
Dr. Julia Ogden: With this painting, I see a creative vision taking hold. You seem to be capturing the essence of the north woods, and not just the actual of it.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Well, it's not 'alf bad for a copper.
Detective William Murdoch: I am curious, sir; why did you use blue and pink for the trees?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Creative vision, Murdoch. Like Dr. Ogden just said. Oh, and, uh, I ran out of the green.
08x11 - All That Glitters Season 8 / Episode 11: - All That Glitters

Constable Henry Higgins: He's out cold, George.
Constable George Crabtree: He's gone cold, Henry. He's dead.
08x11 - All That Glitters Season 8 / Episode 11: - All That Glitters

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: What can I do for you?
Tom Thomson: I'm sorry to disturb you, but... I was hoping you might sell me your painting from the exhibition.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Sell it to you!
Tom Thomson: If you would. I-I'd like to try my hand at the canvas. No-not to paint pale imitations of the natural world, but rather, to paint its essences a-as you do. I'd, I'd be prepared to pay.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Oh. Oh, well, I'm flattered, but, uh, it's not for sale. I'm thinking of re-entering it in the next exhibition.
Tom Thomson: I'm sorry to hear that.


Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Hold your horses, hold your horses. The prize money was ten dollars; it's yours for fifteen.
Tom Thomson: Fifteen?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Take it or leave it.
Tom Thomson: All right. Fifteen.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Wise choices, Mister...?
Tom Thomson: Thomson. Tom Thomson,
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Ah, well, Mr. Thomson, I hope I can provide some inspiration.
Tom Thomson: Good day.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Good day to you too.


Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Bloody fool.

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