Mark Smithbauer: I can't sleep.
Fraser: What is it?
Mark Smithbauer: It's 7 p.m.
Inspector Meg Thatcher: Why are they staring at me?
Fraser: I suspect they're terrified, ma'am.
Torrance: What is a Mountie doing here, anyway?
Ray Kowalski: His name is Constable Benton Fraser. He first came to Chicago on the trail of the killers of his father, and for reasons that do not need explaining at this juncture, he has remained a lesion...
Benton Fraser: Uh, liaison, Ray. Attached as liaison with the Canadian consulate.
Ray Kowalski: You don't have a gun?
Benton Fraser: Well, obviously you weren't fully briefed. I'm not licensed to carry a firearm.
Ray Kowalski: And you didn't bother telling me before?
Benton Fraser: Well, it didn't seem germane at the time.
Ray Kowalski: What the hell kinda word is that?
Benton Fraser: Tell me where my partner is...or I shall kick you in the head.
Benton Fraser: Ah, no.
Fraser: (to Diefenbaker) Stop stealing the blanket.
Fraser: You're an Arctic Wolf, for God's sake.
Ray Vecchio: (voice over from sewer) This is a swill pit. You brought me into a swill pit.
Fraser: (voice over from sewer) No, it's not a swill pit, Ray. First of all, swill entails a more pungent odour and a pit is generally a circular indentation with only one entrance from the top. This however fits the definition of a tunnel. A long, straight...
Ray Vecchio: (thud)
(voice over from sewer)
Ray Vecchio: Ow!
Fraser: (voice over from sewer) Correction, a long, meandering tunnel.
Ray Vecchio: He's got so many politicians in his pocket he walks with a limp.
Fraser Sr.: (voice over) They say that every man has a price at which he'll do anything. I like to think it's the other way around; every man has a line, a line he won't cross over, no matter what the cost.
(Fraser and Ray are being questioned by a gang of criminals.)
Muldoon: Perhaps he should talk. Don't I know you?
Benton Fraser: Not directly, no. I first came to Chicago on the trail of the killers of my -
Ray Kowalski: Fraser, not now.
Fraser: I first came to Chicago on the trail of the killers of my father and, for reasons that don't need exploring at this juncture, I've remained, attached as liaison with the Canadian Consulate.
Ray Kowalski: Look, we're hundreds of miles from nowhere in a frozen wasteland and you're grinning like an idiot.
Benton Fraser: I'm home.
Benton Fraser: I first came to Chicago on the trail of my father's killers, and for various reasons remained here a liaison to the Canadian consulate.
Ray Vecchio: How do I get out of this town?
Woman behind counter: Left at the corner.
Ray Vecchio: Well, I don't have a car.
Woman behind counter: Then you have a problem.
Ray Vecchio: You have no idea. Is there a car rental agency?
Woman behind counter: Apollo 13 rentals.
Ray Vecchio: How about a bus?
Woman behind counter: Last one went through an hour ago.
Ray Vecchio: Does the space shuttle fly over any time soon?
Woman behind counter: Ask Bob.
Ray Vecchio: I'd rather gouge my eyes out with a dull spoon.
(the woman offers Ray a plastic spoon)
Ray Vecchio: No, no, it's just an expression.
Ray Vecchio: (to his father's ghost) Don't you have things to do in hell or wherever you are?
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