Type
Scripted
Premiered
Jan. 24, 2008
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
60 min.
Country
Canada
Network
CBC TV Network
Genre
07x18 - The Death of Dr. Ogden Season 7 / Episode 18: - The Death of Dr. Ogden

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Come on. Looking forward to spending the night in the cells, O'Shea?
Mick O'Shea: You're messing where it don't concern you, Brackenreid. *We* own the docks.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: And *I* own the city! Don't ever forget that.
07x18 - The Death of Dr. Ogden Season 7 / Episode 18: - The Death of Dr. Ogden

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Mr. Newsome, you're under arrest. Cuff him and take him away, Crabtree.
Roger Newsome: Wha-wha-what is this about? How dare you manhandle me like some cretin. I am a man of reason and intellect.
Constable George Crabtree: Well, I promise I will manhandle you reasonably.
07x17 - Blast of Silence Season 7 / Episode 17: - Blast of Silence

Constable George Crabtree: Sir, do you notice that?
Detective William Murdoch: What?
Constable George Crabtree: Peace and quiet. It's like... a blast of silence.
07x17 - Blast of Silence Season 7 / Episode 17: - Blast of Silence

Cecily Welsh: [loudly] No danger! He's stuck atop a pole with a bomb strapped to him.
Detective William Murdoch: Ma'am, please keep your voice down; you wouldn't want to be the one to set it off, now would you?
Constable George Crabtree: [Murdoch and Crabtree walk away] Hold on, sir; I doubt if her voice is loud enough...
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, George, I know that. You know that. We don't need her to know that.
07x17 - Blast of Silence Season 7 / Episode 17: - Blast of Silence

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: We're not moving.
Detective William Murdoch: The streets are getting busier and busier, sir.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Because they're always bloody tearing them up.
Detective William Murdoch: I told you we should have taken the bicycles, sir.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Only a fool would ride a bicycle on a street full of wagons, streetcars, and [car horn sounds] damn motorcars.
07x17 - Blast of Silence Season 7 / Episode 17: - Blast of Silence

Dr. Julia Ogden: I hope I'm not overstepping my boundaries, but... I spoke with Dr. Grace. I know that she's very sorry.
Constable George Crabtree: I appreciate that; just I, I really don't want to discuss it.
Dr. Julia Ogden: She's a good woman, George, and one certainly deserving of a second chance.
Constable George Crabtree: Well, I think in breaking things off with her I've given her just that. But I really do appreciate that, Doctor, thank you.
07x16 - Kung Fu Crabtree Season 7 / Episode 16: - Kung Fu Crabtree

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I thought we were supposed to bring our wives.
Margaret Brackenreid: Well, I certainly didn't want to come. I hear they eat duck's feet, and eyeballs.
Constable George Crabtree: Mrs. Brackenreid, I've actually eaten Chinese food *twice*. It's very good.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I thought we were supposed to bring our wives.
07x16 - Kung Fu Crabtree Season 7 / Episode 16: - Kung Fu Crabtree

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Where's the knives and forks?
Constable George Crabtree: Oh, sir, I believe we're supposed to use these: chopsticks.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Chopsticks? What can you chop with these?
07x16 - Kung Fu Crabtree Season 7 / Episode 16: - Kung Fu Crabtree

Detective William Murdoch: Are you all right?
Dr. Julia Ogden: I've never been better. We're free, William. We're finally free.
Detective William Murdoch: Yes, we are.
07x15 - The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold Season 7 / Episode 15: - The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold

Girl: I love your flower, Mr. President.
President William McKinley: This? Why, this is my lucky flower! But you know what? [takes flower from buttonhole and hands it to her] Now it's your lucky flower.
Girl: Thank you, Mr. President.
07x15 - The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold Season 7 / Episode 15: - The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: What did I tell you, Murdoch. Bloody spies. Don't even try to understand 'em. Just like women.
Detective William Murdoch: I know what you mean, sir.
07x15 - The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold Season 7 / Episode 15: - The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold

Detective William Murdoch: Julia.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Were you followed?
Detective William Murdoch: No, of course not, I did exactly as you said. Julia, what on earth is going on?
Dr. Julia Ogden: William, James Gillies is alive.
Detective William Murdoch: What!
Dr. Julia Ogden: I've been receiving threats from him. he said that, if we were to marry, that he would kill you.
Detective William Murdoch: That's why you refused my proposal.
Dr. Julia Ogden: I have a note to my office and a photograph, William. He's been following us.
Detective William Murdoch: Julia, why didn't you tell me?
Dr. Julia Ogden: Because. He said that if I did that he would kill us both.
Detective William Murdoch: Julia.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Life without you, William, it is worse than death.
Detective William Murdoch: Listen to me. Together we're stronger than anyone.
07x13 - The Murdoch Sting Season 7 / Episode 13: - The Murdoch Sting

Butler: Right on time.
07x13 - The Murdoch Sting Season 7 / Episode 13: - The Murdoch Sting

Dr. Julia Ogden: William! What are you doing here?
Detective William Murdoch: Julia, I, I have something to ask you. [goes down on one knee] Julia...
Dr. Julia Ogden: William!
Detective William Murdoch: I sincerely hope that you could make me the happiest...
Dr. Julia Ogden: No, William!
Detective William Murdoch: ...Man. Just a moment. By agreeing to...
Dr. Julia Ogden: [in tears] William, I'm sorry. I ca- I just can't.
Detective William Murdoch: What?
Dr. Julia Ogden: I... [Julia enters her house and closes the door]
Detective William Murdoch: Julia. Julia. Julia! Open the door! Julia, please, let me in! Julia! Julia, please!
07x12 - Unfinished Business Season 7 / Episode 12: - Unfinished Business

Nun: Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
Head Nurse: Mother Isidore, you called for me?
Nun: He's taken a turn for the worse. He's burning up with fever, and he's been severely distressed.
Head Nurse: It's only natural, given his situation. We're doing everything we can to make him comfortable.
Nun: It's not his physical discomfort I'm talking about. It's his moral distress. Something is weighing on his conscience.
Head Nurse: That's more your realm than mine. Father Gronan should be by in the morning.
Nun: Well, that's why I called for you. He doesn't want a priest. He wants a policeman!
Mr. Jeffrey Roundhill: Call them! In the name of God, this must be made right. I killed her.
07x12 - Unfinished Business Season 7 / Episode 12: - Unfinished Business

Detective William Murdoch: I need to question Mr. Roundhill again; where might he be?
Head Nurse: Hades, I imagine.
Detective William Murdoch: I beg your pardon?
Head Nurse: Mr Roundhill is dead.
07x12 - Unfinished Business Season 7 / Episode 12: - Unfinished Business

Dr. Julia Ogden: William, something other than fine cuisine and my *charming* self is clearly taking your attention.
Detective William Murdoch: Not at all, Julia.
Dr. Julia Ogden: If whatever case has its teeth in you is interesting enough to distract you from lobster a la Chatillon, it must be fascinating.
07x12 - Unfinished Business Season 7 / Episode 12: - Unfinished Business

Constable George Crabtree: It seems unlikely to me. I mean, two men meet for the first time and make an agreement to kill each other's wives? What's the opening line in *that* conversation?
07x12 - Unfinished Business Season 7 / Episode 12: - Unfinished Business

James Gillies: [voiceover as Julia reads a letter from him] My dearest Julia, it appears our relationship has yet to come to an end, but you can be rid of me once and for all if you agree to my most simple proposition. You and Detective Murdoch must part, forever. If you marry him, he will die. If you inform him of this letter you will both die. Yours most fondly, James Gillies.
07x11 - Journey to the Centre of Toronto Season 7 / Episode 11: - Journey to the Centre of Toronto

Dr. Julia Ogden: Did you read in the Sunday Gazette about Britain's discovery expedition to the Antarctic?
Detective William Murdoch: Yes. Robert Scott, I believe. How incredible would it be to partake in such a journey!
Dr. Julia Ogden: Incredible, perhaps, but I can't say I envy them spending months on a ship without any guarantee of safe return.
07x09 - Midnight Train to Kingston Season 7 / Episode 9: - Midnight Train to Kingston

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: It's going to be a good day tomorrow, Murdoch.
Detective William Murdoch: Sir?
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: This piece of low-life scum gets what he deserves. [pokes the prisoner] Isn't that right?
Detective William Murdoch: This isn't about vengeance, sir.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: Sometimes that's all it's about.
07x09 - Midnight Train to Kingston Season 7 / Episode 9: - Midnight Train to Kingston

Dr. Julia Ogden: [about James Gillies] He's a master manipulator, and he relishes in the exercise of his ability.
Detective William Murdoch: I agree. This is sport to him.
Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: I'd like to introduce him to the Marquis of Queensberry, but without the rules!
07x09 - Midnight Train to Kingston Season 7 / Episode 9: - Midnight Train to Kingston

Inspector Thomas Brackenreid: You're damn lucky that branch hung you up, Murdoch. You were unconscious when we found you.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Why did you jump?
Detective William Murdoch: He was getting away. What would you have done? [to Crabtree] Any sign of him?
Constable George Crabtree: Sir, the river gets fast and deep down there; if he was still handcuffed, there's no way...
Detective William Murdoch: You didn't see him?
Constable George Crabtree: No, sir.
Detective William Murdoch: George!
Constable George Crabtree: Sir, we'll keep looking. We'll keep looking, and we'll find him.
Dr. Julia Ogden: William, let's get you back and warmed up. It's over, William. We have to believe that.
07x08 - Republic of Murdoch Season 7 / Episode 8: - Republic of Murdoch

Constable George Crabtree: Police! Stop!
07x08 - Republic of Murdoch Season 7 / Episode 8: - Republic of Murdoch

Constable George Crabtree: I'm terribly sorry, sir; he got away.
Detective William Murdoch: Are you all right?
Constable George Crabtree: [rubbing his head] He got me in my least vulnerable part, sir.
07x08 - Republic of Murdoch Season 7 / Episode 8: - Republic of Murdoch

Detective William Murdoch: When did the reverend decide to rent out the rectory to your aunts, George?
Constable George Crabtree: Shortly after we moved here, I believe, sir. It was a tough life for a dock girl back then; they suffered for their trade. So the reverend and my aunts made a deal: they could stay in the rectory as long as they ran a respectable business.
Detective William Murdoch: Respectable?
Constable George Crabtree: Yes, sir. All the customers had to wear a tie; no exceptions. And my aunts had to save their money, look out for one another, and they had to go to church every Sunday.
Detective William Murdoch: And all of your aunts are named after flowers.
Constable George Crabtree: Sir, that was my aunt Daisy's idea. They called themselves the Flower Girls of Flower Hill. Sometimes a gentleman caller would bring the flower of the girl he was calling.
Detective William Murdoch: The reverend was a very wise man.
Constable George Crabtree: Yes, indeed he was, sir.
07x08 - Republic of Murdoch Season 7 / Episode 8: - Republic of Murdoch

Detective William Murdoch: George, what kind of place is this?
Constable George Crabtree: It's a rectory, sir. The reverend wasn't using it, so he rented it to my aunts for the business.
Detective William Murdoch: What kind of business?
Constable George Crabtree: Sir, if you don't know, I'm not sure I should say.
Detective William Murdoch: I might have guessed, George.
Constable George Crabtree: Ah, that's good sir; it would have made for an awkward explanation.
Detective William Murdoch: George, was the reverend aware of all of this?
Constable George Crabtree: Oh, yes, sir. It was his idea.
07x07 - Loch Ness Murdoch Season 7 / Episode 7: - Loch Ness Murdoch

Dr. Julia Ogden: Ten o'clock and it's already ninety degrees.
James Bennett: Nothing as cooling as a genuine Snow Ball straight from the streets of Baltimore. I recommend the egg custard.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Then that is what I shall have.
07x07 - Loch Ness Murdoch Season 7 / Episode 7: - Loch Ness Murdoch

Dr. Julia Ogden: You must be relieved, William.
Detective William Murdoch: I have to admit, I'm somewhat disappointed. I was quite enjoying our little research product. [Julia chuckles] The thought of discovering a new species...
Dr. Julia Ogden: Oh, William, you'll find your dinosaur yet; I'm sure of it. [she removes her stockings]
Detective William Murdoch: Julia, there are people everywhere.
Dr. Julia Ogden: How ridiculous it is that women should have to wear black woolen stockings in this heat!
Detective William Murdoch: You are being very scandalous, young lady.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Yes, I am. Aren't I?


Dr. Julia Ogden: My hair!
07x06 - Murdochophobia Season 7 / Episode 6: - Murdochophobia

Dr. Julia Ogden: I think that's enough for today.
Sarah Bosen: Good; now please get that thing away from me!
Harry Phelps: It's nothing but a spider. I still don't understand how anyone can be frightened of a spider.
Pauline Kerr: How about a horse? Who could be frightened of such a beautiful creature?
Dr. Julia Ogden: Mrs. Kerr, please. And Mr. Phelps, that's enough. Sarah, you tolerated much better today; well done.

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