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.

10x09 - Excitable Chap Season 10 / Episode 9: - Excitable Chap

Estephanie: I'm not sure about this, Peregrine.
Peregrine Fawkes: It's a lovely night. It'd be a shame to ruin it. You told me you wanted to come out here.
Estephanie: I did.
Peregrine Fawkes: And now you want to leave, and... we've hardly gotten settled.
Estephanie: Please, can we just go home?
Peregrine Fawkes: After a kiss. [he kisses her] You see, it's not so bad, is it?
Estephanie: Something's moving.
Peregrine Fawkes: Just the earth.
Estephanie: Please, I would like you to stop.
Peregrine Fawkes: What do you want? [the Lurker throws him from the car]
Estephanie: Don't!
Peregrine Fawkes: You there, get away from her. [he charges up, but gets thrown back. The Lurker kisses her hand then runs off]
Peregrine Fawkes: Are you all right?
Estephanie: Yes.
Peregrine Fawkes: My God, that was The Lurker.
Estephanie: Well, do you think he might be coming back?
10x09 - Excitable Chap Season 10 / Episode 9: - Excitable Chap

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: If you only live once, why not make it forever?
10x08 - Weekend At Murdoch's Season 10 / Episode 8: - Weekend At Murdoch's

Gilford Harrison: An Inca tern.The scoundrel abruptly takes up birdwatching and within a month he spots the first Inca tern in all of North America.
Alastair Plumlee: I wouldn't have believed it had I not been there myself.
Gilford Harrison: And you just know he's going to wring every last drop out of this discovery.
Alastair Plumlee: He'll wring everything out of it.
Gilford Harrison: Lectures, books, guided tours; you name it. He will wring it.
Alastair Plumlee: He claims Josephine Dawson suddenly agreed to a birdwatching date.
Gilford Harrison: Josephine Dawson with him!


Alastair Plumlee: Rose-breasted grosbeak.
Gilford Harrison: Oh, a fine example, Plumlee. I dare say I caught a glimpse of it a hair before you, even.
Alastair Plumlee: Nonsense. I'm putting it in my life list. June 17th, 7:45 a.m. rose-breasted grosbeak.
Gilford Harrison: We can both put it in our life lists, my good man. only I'll mark my sighting down for seven four four a.m.
Alastair Plumlee: You are a devil. Ooh, look at this fellow.
Gilford Harrison: Oh dear.
10x08 - Weekend At Murdoch's Season 10 / Episode 8: - Weekend At Murdoch's

Dr. Julia Ogden: Surely you can appreciate the tranquillity of the setting at least.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, well it is quiet... and secluded.
Dr. Julia Ogden: William.


Dr. Julia Ogden: Someone might see us.
Detective William Murdoch: Mm-hmm.


Dr. Julia Ogden: Look, William, it's a North American goldfinch! Or is it merely a yellow warbler? Regardless, it's, it's magnificent. Oh, what a thrill! William?
10x07 - Painted Ladies Season 10 / Episode 7: - Painted Ladies

Canoeist: [paddles up to a swan boat] Hello. Hello, Sir! [the occupant is unresponsive] Help!
10x07 - Painted Ladies Season 10 / Episode 7: - Painted Ladies

Detective William Murdoch: Might I suggest you stop by the Eaton's department store on your way home.
Constable George Crabtree: Eaton's, sir?
Detective William Murdoch: Yes. You'll find they boast the best that modern technology has to offer in their selection of alarm clocks.
10x07 - Painted Ladies Season 10 / Episode 7: - Painted Ladies

Constable George Crabtree: I just don't think it's possible that Miss Bloom would be involved in something this *dastardly*.
Detective William Murdoch: If you are uncomfortable, you may excuse yourself from this case.
Constable George Crabtree: I think I'll stay, sir. It's quite rare to see you make a mistake.
10x07 - Painted Ladies Season 10 / Episode 7: - Painted Ladies

Nina Bloom: Why did you do that, George?
Constable George Crabtree: Everybody should be able to entertain the possibility that they're admired.
10x06 - Bend It Like Brakenreid Season 10 / Episode 6: - Bend It Like Brakenreid

Dr. Julia Ogden: Gentlemen. A lovely day for it.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Doctor.
John Brackenreid: Hello, Dr. Ogden. I didn't know you were a football fan.
Dr. Julia Ogden: I couldn't miss the match that decides which Canadian team will go to the Olympic Games.
John Brackenreid: What I would give to go to St. Louis. The World's Fair and the Olympics.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: We have everything we need right in Toronto, son.
10x06 - Bend It Like Brakenreid Season 10 / Episode 6: - Bend It Like Brakenreid

Rebecca James: [Crabtree is searching for evidence in trash cans] Just how bad is a constable's salary that he's forced to forage for his lunch in such a manner?
10x06 - Bend It Like Brakenreid Season 10 / Episode 6: - Bend It Like Brakenreid

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Not bad, Miss James... for a lady.
Rebecca James: Who knows, Inspector, maybe one day there'll be a team of Canadian women vying for Olympic gold.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: [chuckles] That'll be the day. Come on, John; let's go get a medal.
10x05 - Jagged Little Pill Season 10 / Episode 5: - Jagged Little Pill

Detective William Murdoch: New automobile, bespoke suit; our victim was a man of means, Julia
Dr. Julia Ogden: So, what was he doing in this part of town?
Detective William Murdoch: I don't know. How long has he been dead?
Dr. Julia Ogden: Well, rigor has passed, so more than a day, I'd hazard. And the vomit on his jacket is quite dry. William, there's intra-dermal bruising on his right temple, as though he was leaning heavily on it before he died.
Detective William Murdoch: The *right* temple, That seems odd, given that he's in the driver's seat. Julia, I don't think our victim came here voluntarily. I believe someone may have driven him here.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Moved his body into the driver's seat.
10x05 - Jagged Little Pill Season 10 / Episode 5: - Jagged Little Pill

Rebecca James: Did I upset the detective?
Dr. Julia Ogden: Not at all; he never did get the hang of morgue humour. You, on the other hand, are a quick study.
10x05 - Jagged Little Pill Season 10 / Episode 5: - Jagged Little Pill

Detective William Murdoch: I don't think he fully appreciates the intricacies of my design, Julia.
Dr. Julia Ogden: He doesn't need to appreciate it to build it,surely. Uh, wasn't he a contractor on the King Edward Hotel?
Detective William Murdoch: Yes.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Well, that hasn't fallen down yet.
10x05 - Jagged Little Pill Season 10 / Episode 5: - Jagged Little Pill

Rebecca James: [Nate prepares to smoke and Rebecca takes the cigarette from his mouth] When are you going to give that up?
Nate Desmond: Uh... [he puts his arm around her shoulders] When are you going to give it up?
Rebecca James: Patience, Mr. Desmond! I promise... it will be worth the wait.
10x04 - Concocting A Killer Season 10 / Episode 4: - Concocting A Killer

Louise Cherry: Mr. Shanley! How does it feel to be a free man?
Gus Shanley: Incredible. I, I really can't describe it. I'm just... I'm so glad to have my life back.
Louise Cherry: Are you surprised the judge ruled in your favor?
Gus Shanley: I'm innocent. I fought this appeal myself because I knew if I stood before the Judge and showed him what was in my heart he'd have to set me free.
10x04 - Concocting A Killer Season 10 / Episode 4: - Concocting A Killer

Detective Watts: The detective was wrong.
Dr. Julia Ogden: About what?
Detective Watts: You're not pretty.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Excuse me?
Detective Watts: OK. Classic Romanesque bone structure, excellent physionomic symmetry. You're not pretty; you're beautiful.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Well, I suppose I'm flattered.
Detective Watts: Why? It's merely an objective assessment.
10x04 - Concocting A Killer Season 10 / Episode 4: - Concocting A Killer

Detective Watts: Fine working with you gents.
Detective William Murdoch: You as well. We got it right in the end, even if this case did remind us that we are all fallible at times.
Detective Watts: Fallible? How so? You were right all along.
Detective William Murdoch: Oh. Well, I...
Detective Watts: So was your wife, as it turned out. She is an impressive woman. There is no doubt you were a fool for marrying a colleague. I suspect that's one blunder you won't regret.
Detective William Murdoch: Thank you.
Detective Watts: She's not pretty, though. I don't know where you got that idea. [Watts leaves]
Detective William Murdoch: Should I be offended?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I haven't the foggiest.
10x03 - A Study In Pink Season 10 / Episode 3: - A Study In Pink

Constable George Crabtree: I've got seven point two.
Constable George Crabtree: I've got six point six.
Constable George Crabtree: Well, I'm closer, Henry. Come towards me.
Constable Henry Higgins: I have seven point two.
Constable George Crabtree: I've got seven point eight. We're getting closer, Henry.
Constable Henry Higgins: I just got eight.
Constable George Crabtree: Well, Higgins, I do believe we have located our quarry.
Detective William Murdoch: More accurate to say that I've located you.
Constable Henry Higgins: Well, sir, given that we started four blocks apart...
Detective William Murdoch: Then I'd say that this has been a success, gentlemen. Well done.
10x03 - A Study In Pink Season 10 / Episode 3: - A Study In Pink

Winifred Pink: So, is this what you do all day? Sit in your office and let your constables do you work for you?
Detective William Murdoch: One of the benefits of my position.
Constable George Crabtree: [Crabtree enters] Sir.
Winifred Pink: There you go.
10x03 - A Study In Pink Season 10 / Episode 3: - A Study In Pink

Winifred Pink: What the hell kept you? I've been tapping my foot for forty minutes.
Detective William Murdoch: How'd you know?
Winifred Pink: You released me in order to follow me. But you didn't. Then I remembered the ridiculous shoe mark you invented to get my shoe from me. You might also want to consider what you leave on your blackboard,
10x03 - A Study In Pink Season 10 / Episode 3: - A Study In Pink

Winifred Pink: I only lied to save my friend. And lying is not a crime.
Detective William Murdoch: You buried a body.
Winifred Pink: Prove it.
Detective William Murdoch: Well, I just might. But until then you're free to go. '
Winifred Pink: Thank you.
Detective William Murdoch: Oh, uh, the Murphys may still have it in for you. You should watch your back.
Winifred Pink: I will. William...
Detective William Murdoch: Yes.
Winifred Pink: Thank you for watching mine.
10x02 - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2 Season 10 / Episode 2: - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2

Eva Pearce: You're here. Oh, don't despair. Surrender. It's easier. It's what you want, isn't it? It's what we all want. Freedom. Surrender and you can have it.
Dr. Julia Ogden: No. No, you're not real.
Eva Pearce: I'm not real, but I'm with you every day, aren't I? So.Why don't you join me in death, so I can leave you forever?
Dr. Julia Ogden: No, no, no. [Julia grabs the doorknob and screams in pain]
Eva Pearce: Oh, that must hurt. Join me, Julia. Say goodbye to fear. Or guilt. That's what you really feel, isn't it? Killing me because you were jealous; that makes you a murderer. There is no way out of that.
10x02 - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2 Season 10 / Episode 2: - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2

Detective William Murdoch: How bad is it?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: As far as I know it's most of the city. I've heard reports that it's raging from the Esplanade in the south to Melinda in the north. All of Wellington Street is ablaze, as is Bay. Over one hundred buildings are burning. It's going to change the face of the city forever.
10x02 - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2 Season 10 / Episode 2: - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2

Constable George Crabtree: Besides, I don't need to buy your affections.
Nina Bloom: Is that so?
Constable George Crabtree: I reckon most nights you could hardly wait to give them to me.
10x02 - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2 Season 10 / Episode 2: - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2

Constable Henry Higgins: Sir, I'm placing myself in your custody.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Bloody hell. You'd better have a seat, and I'd better have a drink. So why am I arresting you?
Constable Henry Higgins: 'Cause I am a scoundrel, sir, and a coward.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: And you have been for years, so what brings you here now?
10x02 - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2 Season 10 / Episode 2: - Great Balls of Fire - Part 2

Dr. Julia Ogden: William, I know now that I did what I had to do.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, you did. And Eva Pearce?
Dr. Julia Ogden: She's gone, William. Gone for good.
Detective William Murdoch: Good. Good. Now, since this will be a thoroughly modern home, I have an idea of how we could recruit energy from the planet itself.
10x01 - Great Balls of Fire - Part 1 Season 10 / Episode 1: - Great Balls of Fire - Part 1

Constable George Crabtree: Terribly exciting isn't it, sir.
Detective William Murdoch: Why is that, George?
Constable George Crabtree: Well, one of these young ladies, sir, is planning to become Mrs. Rodney Strong, now that his family have deemed it time that he settle down and marry. That's him there, sir.
Detective William Murdoch: Oh.
Constable George Crabtree: Although rumor has it that he's been peculiarly uninterested in entertaining the company of young ladies up to this point.
Detective William Murdoch: Oh. Is he...?
Constable George Crabtree: Shy, sir, extremely shy. An unusual trait given that he's widely considered the most eligible bachelor in the entire City of Toronto. The whole country, I bet.
10x01 - Great Balls of Fire - Part 1 Season 10 / Episode 1: - Great Balls of Fire - Part 1

Lady Suzanne Atherly: I must say Toronto society has been most welcoming.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Oh, we're Canadians; we always are.
10x01 - Great Balls of Fire - Part 1 Season 10 / Episode 1: - Great Balls of Fire - Part 1

Eva Pearce: You're here. Good. Oh, don't despair. It's what you want. Both you and I know that. Join me.

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