Will Graham: I thought you might enjoy the challenge. See if you're smarter than the person I'm looking for.
Hannibal Lecter: Then by implication, you think you're smarter than I am, since it was you who caught me.
Will Graham: No. I know I'm not smarter than you.
Hannibal Lecter: Then how did you catch me?
Will Graham: You had...disadvantages.
Hannibal Lecter: What disadvantages?
Will Graham: You're insane.
Stevens: I'm sorry sir, but I am unable to be of assistance in this matter.
Stevens: You know what I am doing, Miss Kenton? I am placing my thoughts elsewhere while you chatter away.
James Stevens: If two members of staff have to fall in love and decide to get married, there's nothing one can say. But what I do find a major irritation are those persons who are simply going from post to post looking for romance.
Stevens: In my philosophy, Mr. Benn, a man cannot call himself well-contented until he has done all he can to be of service to his employer. Of course, this assumes that one's employer is a superior person, not only in rank, or wealth, but in moral stature.
Stevens: I was too busy serving to listen to the speeches.
Father Lucas Trevant: You do not speak to it. It is the devil.
Father Lucas Trevant: You know, the interesting thing about sceptics, is that we're always looking for proof... the question is, what on earth would we ever do if we found it?
Father Lucas Trevant: Be careful Michael, choosing not to believe in the devil doesn't protect you from him.
Hannibal Lecter: I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner.
Hannibal Lecter: A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.
Agent Katherine Cowles: Dr. Clancy, before we go upstairs, with all due respect, I don't hold an ounce of confidence in the paranormal in general. I think it's a sham. I hope that's okay.
John Clancy: No problem at all. I feel the same about shrinks. After only one thing, your money. They'll take your whole hand.
Agent Katherine Cowles: Whoever said that has obviously never met a good one.
John Clancy: It was Sigmund Freud.
Odin: Whosoever holds this hammer, should he be worthy, shall possess the powers of Thor.
Odin: Thor, Odin's Son, through your arrogance and stupidity, you have opened these peaceful realms and innocent lives to the horror and devastation of war.
Odin: I have sacrificed much to achieve peace. So too must a new generation sacrifice to maintain that peace. Responsibility! Duty! Honour! These are not mere virtues to which we must aspire! They are essential to every soldier, to every king!
Sir Edmund Burton: These are troubled times. Without leaders, chaos reigns.
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