Narcisse: You asked me what I liked about baths. I suppose it's the vulnerability, the sense of comfort one feels covered, embraced, when in fact one is quite exposed. Why are you here? 
Lady Lola: Do not seek to take before I give! 
Lord Narcisse: Oh wait, what is that? I see in the distance? Is that someone coming to your aid... No. Sorry. Perhaps it's a very big wolf. Lady Lola: You're the wolf. 
Lady Lola: Are you suggesting we meet in secret? Like thieves. Or adulterers. Lord Narcisse: Well fruit often taste sweeter when it's forbidden. 
Lord Narcisse: I take no pleasure in being right, especially as I may have been wrong about other issues. What happened tonight was reckless. It was the act of a people who feel that they have nothing to lose. To rob people of hope is a dangerous mistake and I suspect it may be my doing. Lola: Through your pressure on Francis. Lord Narcisse: I feel this nation is burning and I am the man who lit the match. 
Lady Lola: I can’t believe you're making these suggestions. The king discredited you, you don’t even have a house now.
(Lola finds Narcisse making out with Princess Claude) Lady Lola: I just saw Narcisse with Claude. Lady Kenna: In there!? Really...Oh I’m so sorry!!
Lady Lola: He didn’t even offer me a bath! And he always offers a bath. 
Lord Narcisse: Careful, Lady Lola. Tongues less discreet than my own will wag. 
Lady Lola: You said you cared about me- Lord Narcisse: I say a great many things. The mistake was yours, in trusting me. 
Lord Narcisse: Do you think because we shared a few moments you saw the good in me that no one else had ever seen before? 
Lord Narcisse: From now on, you're only allowed to dream about me. Lady Lola: As you wish, Lord Narcisse. 
Lord Narcisse: Will you marry me? Lady Lola: To marry you, is to defy my king, risk Catherine's wrath, and the judgement of my friends. And yet, you make me feel stronger than I’ve ever felt before. I can't believe I’m saying this, but yes. Yes I’ll marry you...Someday we will. But for now we must keep it a secret. Lord Narcisse: For now. 
Lord Narcisse: I have many children of my own you know. Some of them turn out quite well. 
Lady Lola: As long as Francis has doubts, so will I. 
Lady Lola: For so long I thought my life belonged to a king. Now I’ve realized, my life really belongs to my son. 
Lady Lola: I know we’ve not yet discussed personal matters. But I will tell you something about my husband. I receive a letter from him nearly everyday. And I haven’t read one. They remain unopened, in a pile. Because he lied to me, and I deploy him. Even so. Without him the nights are long, and lonely. I can’t image what the night must be without the man you truly love. 
Lady Lola: Please go. While I still have the courage to say goodbye. 
Lady Lola: Protect my son! Tell John I love him. Tell him everyday!