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.

09x17 - From Buffalo With Love Season 9 / Episode 17: - From Buffalo With Love

Nina Bloom: Little token of my affection for my favourite Mr Wednesday. That's my cue. Enjoy the routine, and don't run off after.
09x17 - From Buffalo With Love Season 9 / Episode 17: - From Buffalo With Love

Dr. Julia Ogden: The infamous Star Room.
Detective William Murdoch: Not one of our city's finer forms of entertainment.
Dr. Julia Ogden: A good burlesque can be just as entertaining as a good vaudeville... if a little suggestive.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Well, this place attracts all sorts. Good evening, doctor.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Inspector.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Sorry for dragging you to such a place at this time of night.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Oh, not at all. I've *always* wondered what it looked like inside.
Detective William Murdoch: Not an entirely unlikely venue in which to find a murder.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: More unexpected that anyone bothered to tell us about it.
09x17 - From Buffalo With Love Season 9 / Episode 17: - From Buffalo With Love

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: What is it with these Americans, plastering their flag over every conceivable surface?
Detective William Murdoch: National pride, sir. I dare say the British aren't much different.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Yes, but our flag is subtle; powerful in its simplicity.
09x17 - From Buffalo With Love Season 9 / Episode 17: - From Buffalo With Love

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I'll have a beer, and I'll take the chicken, please.
Chef: Agh, all out.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Well then, I'll take whatever you've got.
Chef: I'm sorry, sir. Kitchen has no food left.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Bollocks. What kind of restaurant has no food?
Chef: You're welcome to come see for yourself.All we have left is the


Chef: refuse.from the chicken special.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: What refuse?
Chef: Well, the wings.


Chef: Inedible.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: At this point I'd eat the bloody feathers. Fry 'em up.
Chef: Oh, but sir, they're just bone and skin.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: You're going to throw them away and I'm offering you good money instead.
Chef: Well, if you're sure...
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Go.
09x17 - From Buffalo With Love Season 9 / Episode 17: - From Buffalo With Love

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: [Brackenreid is eating chicken wings] Care to join me?
Detective William Murdoch: What is that?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Dinner. I put some of this spicy sauce on 'em. Try one.
Detective William Murdoch: No, thank you.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Your loss. But I tell you, Murdoch, these chicken wings are the only good thing about Buffalo.
Chef: Lee, look at that. The Canadians are eating our *garbage*
09x17 - From Buffalo With Love Season 9 / Episode 17: - From Buffalo With Love

Dr. Julia Ogden: We'll head down to the dining room when George appears.
Hermione Greenhammer: Oh?
Detective William Murdoch: Cheese?
Margaret Brackenreid: It must be nice to have someone do all the cooking for you. You should have tasted the abomination Thomas made for me last night.
Detective William Murdoch: Sir! You didn't?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I did indeed. Margaret got to enjoy the spice wings of Buffalo. The boys loved them.
Margaret Brackenreid: Ugh, ghastly.
09x17 - From Buffalo With Love Season 9 / Episode 17: - From Buffalo With Love

Dr. Julia Ogden: Welcome.
Constable George Crabtree: Thank you for the kind invitation, Dr. Ogden.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Pleased to have you, George.
Constable George Crabtree: Uh, hope you don't mind; I brought a guest.
Nina Bloom: So delighted to have been included in your little soiree.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Crabtree.
Margaret Brackenreid: Thomas.
Hermione Greenhammer: Not again.
Constable George Crabtree: Everyone, meet my new sweetheart, Miss Nina Bloom.
09x17 - From Buffalo With Love Season 9 / Episode 17: - From Buffalo With Love

Constable George Crabtree: Miss Bloom, I'm here to speak... I'm, I'm actually hear to speak to Lydia Hall about Gerald Sloan.
Nina Bloom: Ah. All business I see. Well, she's not here yet. [she sits on his lap] Mm, you're at Station Number 4?
Constable George Crabtree: Yes.
Nina Bloom: Then that's where I'll telephone you. [she gets up and starts to leave]
Constable George Crabtree: Ahem, When Miss Hall arrives?
Nina Bloom: Mm-hm. Then too.
09x16 - Bl**dy H*ll Season 9 / Episode 16: - Bl**dy H*ll

Window Installer: Just a bit higher, Jake. [Jake falls, the window shattering over him] Jake! Hold on, Jake! Oh God. [Miss James runs over to help] Come on Jake. Hey, hey, careful.
Rebecca James: It's all right; I know what I'm doing.
Window Installer: Are you some kind of nurse.
Rebecca James: A doctor in training.
Window Installer: [about a glass shard in Jake's neck] How deep is it?
Rebecca James: I don't know. I, I think it's obstructing his windpipe.
Window Installer: Oh God. Hold still, Jake. [Miss James pulls out the shard and Jake starts choking on blood] Oh, oh no, please no. What have you done!
Rebecca James: Oh no. Oh no! Give me something to staunch the blood.
Window Installer: [he hands her his scarf] Here. Come on. Hold on; come on.
Rebecca James: I can't stop it.
09x16 - Bl**dy H*ll Season 9 / Episode 16: - Bl**dy H*ll

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: What have you got to say for yourself, Eddie?
Eddie Crawford: My shop's in Station 5's jurisdiction, Tom.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: It's Inspector Brackenreid to you. Oh, and by the way, any Toronto constable can arrest ant thieving bugger anywhere in the City of Toronto.
09x16 - Bl**dy H*ll Season 9 / Episode 16: - Bl**dy H*ll

Chief Constable Davis: Doesn't seem fair, does it? To lose your job, your pension; to be sent to a prison with a bunch of convicts you helped put away. I hear they don't take kindly to that.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Come here to rub it in, have you?
Chief Constable Davis: I'm not here to gloat, Tom. I don't want to see you destroyed over a momentary... lapse of judgement.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: My only lapse of judgement was underestimating you.
Chief Constable Davis: Yes. But you did. And here we are. Me standing here, and you sitting there.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: What is it you want, Davis?
Chief Constable Davis: I've come with an offer.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: An offer?
Chief Constable Davis: A position has opened up at City Records. It's not police work and won't pay much, but... you'll keep your pension and stay out of jail.
09x16 - Bl**dy H*ll Season 9 / Episode 16: - Bl**dy H*ll

Dilbert Dilton: Cuss words of any sort will be subject to an immediate fine of five cents.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Five cents?
Dilbert Dilton: Per expletive. A string of colourful invective will prove quite costly I assure you
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: So, what do I do?
Dilbert Dilton: Hmph. You will be replacing Miss Samantha Shire and Mr. Kenneth Page in indexing.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Hello.Goodbye.
Dilbert Dilton: We're in the process of converting to a new filing system. Essentially we're combining the accessibility of a bound volume with the mutability of an open file system. Every piece of paper in every file folder is to be punched and placed in a two-hole binder in concordance with the index.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: How many file folders are there?
Dilbert Dilton: Ah, see for yourself. [he slides a door aside revealing a very long aisle of shelves filled with folders]
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Bloody hell!
Dilbert Dilton: That'll be ten cents.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: How much?
Dilbert Dilton: Per expletive.
09x16 - Bl**dy H*ll Season 9 / Episode 16: - Bl**dy H*ll

Constable George Crabtree: As my Aunt Marigold says: i-if you don't try, you'll never know where trying may have taken you.
09x16 - Bl**dy H*ll Season 9 / Episode 16: - Bl**dy H*ll

Chief Constable Davis: What do you want?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Full confession. Including your assault on Mr. Dilbert , *and*... your collusion with the Board of Control.
Chief Constable Davis: I cant give your the Board.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Your choice. You can have a job and keep your pension, or you can to five to ten in the company of men you sent to prison. They don't take kindly to that I hear.
Chief Constable Davis: What's the job?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: It just so happens, there's an opening at City Records.
09x16 - Bl**dy H*ll Season 9 / Episode 16: - Bl**dy H*ll

Dilbert Dilton: Every piece of paper in every file folder is to be punched and placed in a two-hole binder in concordance with the index.
Chief Constable Davis: And how many file folders are there?
Dilbert Dilton: Well, you can see for yourself. [he slides a door aside revealing a very long aisle of shelves filled with folders]
Chief Constable Davis: Bloody hell!
Dilbert Dilton: That'll be ten cents.
Chief Constable Davis: How much!
Dilbert Dilton: [somewhat cowed] Per expletive.
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.
09x13 - Colour Blinded Season 9 / Episode 13: - Colour Blinded

Pastor Solomon Earle: I willingly boast of my weakness that the power of Christ may rest upon me, the Book tells us in Second Corinthians. Do we hide our hurt from the Lord?
Congregation Members: [murmured] No.
Pastor Solomon Earle: No. For how can we hope to hide our true selves and hope to find redemption and reparation?.
Congregation Members: Amen.
Pastor Solomon Earle: Who among us has not been hurt? Who has not been mistreated, but in our darkest hours we discover strength in Jesus?
Congregation Members: Yes, yes. [applause]
Pastor Solomon Earle: Our guest today reminds us of a past in which we were mistreated, and though we may wish to forget that past, we're reminded to boast. Boast that in our hardships we found strength in our Lord. Boast that in times of need we found friends, like our friend, Mr. Frank Parker.
09x13 - Colour Blinded Season 9 / Episode 13: - Colour Blinded

Chief Constable Davis: [as they start fingerprinting] All right, men, let's get good, clean marks. Record names, addresses, age and occupation on every card while you're at it.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Everything's under control, sir.
Chief Constable Davis: Save these cards, Tom; they'll come in handy. If not for this case, then the next.
Isaac Lowry: All we did today was come to church. Now we're suspects in crimes that haven't even happened yet.
09x13 - Colour Blinded Season 9 / Episode 13: - Colour Blinded

Nate Desmond: You need to think about your own people. Whose side are you on?
Rebecca James: Whose side an I on? My skin is as black as yours, Nate Desmond. I know who I am; I don't ever get a chance to forget it. I don't need to prove anything to you, and I certainly don't socialize with men who lie to me.
09x13 - Colour Blinded Season 9 / Episode 13: - Colour Blinded

Rebecca James: You must be Mrs. Thomson.
Gloria Thomson: If you could, wouldn't you do the same?
Rebecca James: I never wanted to be white.
Gloria Thomson: I didn't want to be *white*. I just wanted to be free.
09x13 - Colour Blinded Season 9 / Episode 13: - Colour Blinded

Rebecca James: Dr. Ogden has told me that you are a Catholic.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes.
Rebecca James: Catholics face some measure of prejudice in our world. Quite unfairly, I imagine.
Detective William Murdoch: One difference, I suppose, is that people can't tell that I'm a Catholic just by looking at me.
Rebecca James: What do you do when you encounter such treatment, detective?
Detective William Murdoch: I know the truth about myself, Miss James, and I know that no matter what someone might say or think about me, I must be the strongest and the best version of myself that I can possibly be.
Rebecca James: So go along to get along?
Detective William Murdoch: No. No. Simply be *better* than anyone who might hate you.
09x13 - Colour Blinded Season 9 / Episode 13: - Colour Blinded

Rebecca James: I'm a lucky man; you're giving me a second chance.
Maitre D': [he sighs] We have no tables.
Nate Desmond: Look. Right there.
Rebecca James: Table for two. We are not going away, sir.


Maitre D': You will not be served.
Rebecca James: Then we'll be sitting here all night.
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.
Detective William Murdoch: 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!


Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Golf is a curse, Murdoch. Don't you forget it.

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