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Queen MaryEdit

Queen Mary: I am the Queen of France. And you are my subject. [1]

Eduard Narcisse: My father will free me!
Queen Mary: No, he won’t. Because he’ll never find you. [1]

King Francis: I don't want to hurt you, but I don't want to repeat history
Queen Mary: Then don't! [2]

Queen Mary: Out of all the people you could have slept with, did it have to be one of my ladies? One of my closest friends?! [2]

King Francis: There's plenty of time until then.
Queen Mary: Tell that to the people starving at our walls. [3]

Queen Mary: I am with child. Our child, at last! [4]

Queen Mary: Do you worry that I can't bear you a child?
King Francis: Yes! I worry because as a King and as a man I want heirs. Is that what you want to hear? Does it bring us closer for you to know that your failure disappoints me beyond words? Have I answered you fully? Are we done with this relentless interrogation?
Queen Mary: When you told me you hadn't lost hope...
King Francis: I lied. Mary, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have. I wish...
Queen Mary: For something I can't give you. Well, I asked you for the truth and you certainly gave it to me. I don't need to hear anymore. [5]

Queen Catherine: I suppose you mean infertility because no man has any inkling about women's problems. Oh, I spent 10 years suffering the same uncertainty.
Queen Mary: And yet you torment me.
Queen Catherine: All in good fun. But is Francis pressing you about it?
Queen Mary: He submitted that it bothers him and he's become distant. He doesn't share his problems with me like he used to. If this goes on, what will our marriage become?
Queen Catherine: Normal, especially for a royal. A crown changes everything. [6]

Queen Mary: If I learned one thing at French Court it's worth keeping a dagger on you. (whips out a dagger, and Catherine takes out a two pronged hair pin) Poison?
Queen Catherine: You say that so hopefully now, but sadly it's not. I don't carry poison everywhere! I might accidentally kill myself. [6]

Queen Mary: Unfortunate my husband isn’t giving me what I want. So I’ve come to ask you instead. [7]

Queen Mary: Oh spare me your lies and excuses! You're not the man that I fell in love with and you're not the King I want to rule beside. You are a coward!
King Francis: Mary, everything that I have done...
Queen Mary: Enough, enough! I gave you a chance, I waited for the man I fell in love with to return, but that man is dead and I am finished waiting for him!
King Francis: If that is what you truly believe then perhaps you should return to Scotland. Leave me. Leave France. [7]

Queen Mary: You did this to us. To France. For all that you claim you are trying to protect us, I have lost all faith in you. And the man I thought you were. [8]

Queen Mary: My loyal subjects. I reassure you, that your King, and your Queen, remain untouched. These murderous traitors who invaded the castle tonight have achieved nothing. Have altered nothing. And will die, for nothing. [9]

Queen Mary: You will be hang for what you did to me. You will suffer and die and I will live. In a hundred years, as queen, I will be remembered, and your name will be forgotten. You'll see you are erased from history. And God have mercy on your soul.

Queen Mary: Kill them, and let them burn with their sins. [10]

Queen Mary: I've had some time to think. I believe that we should lead separate lives.
King Francis: What does that mean?
Queen Mary: That we will continue to work together as King and Queen, but I will be your wife in name only.
King Francis: I can't do that. I won't.
Queen Mary: We won't be the first people in history to do so.
King Francis: If you're talking about my parents, we are nothing like them. I would do anything for you, Mary. I love you and you love me.
Queen Mary: Look where that love has brought us. [10]

Queen Mary: How do we know what’s normal. All I have to go on is Catherine. If there are any other noble woman who have been... Well they’re keeping it to themselves. As am I. All of us, alone. [11]

Queen Mary: None of us are responsible for our hearts, only our actions. [11]

Queen Mary: What we once had was so natural. I miss how easy it was. We'd make love and fall asleep in each other's arms like branches growing together. We didn't have to think about anything and now it's so complicated. I don't know if I'm ready. [11]

Queen Mary: Ah, embezzlement. Excellent choice! [12]

Queen Mary: Oh is that caring. It sounds like a man trying to tighten his grip on a woman. You’ll understand if I don’t stay to hear more. [12]

King Francis: How could you send me to another? How!?
Queen Mary: Because I love you. And one of us should be happy. [13]

(to Louis Condé)
Queen Mary: You will be the death of me. And I of you. [14]

Queen Mary: You seem me as a weapon! [15]

Queen Mary: I am utterly alone. But when I look at you, I feel I am better for it. [15]

Queen Mary: Lay down your burdens mother, so I am no longer your worry. [15]

Queen Mary: Since I was a babe I have been a Queen. Since I was a child I have been alone, on foreign soil. I know how to keep my life, and my crown. And I will. [15]

Louis Condé: You look happy.
Queen Mary: I am. [16]

Queen Mary: Forgive the sins of my body my Lord, they give my heart the strength it needs to heal. [17]

Queen Mary: It may not be my throne by the time I get there. And that girl, who knew no fear. I’m not her anymore.
Lady Lola: No you are wiser. And stronger. Remember that strength that so many people have tried to take from you. It is still in you. My friends. My queen. [17]

Queen Mary: If you do not confess by tomorrow morning I will send Elizabeth that basket, with your head in it. [17]

(To Louis Condé)
Queen Mary: Don’t be like that. I love you, you know that. [18]

Queen Mary: I want you to live! Please live. [18]

Lady Kenna: Is there anything I can do?
Queen Mary: There is. Find Bash. If these are the final hours, Bash needs to say goodbye to his brother. [18]

Queen Mary: England doesn’t want peace, they wants Scottish blood, and my crown! [18]

Queen Mary: Remember your son. Do not test my power, and do not tempt my furry. [18]

Queen Mary: I’m so sorry! I thought our love would-
Louis Condé: Be enough? No you didn’t. You warned me. And warned me. And you are Queen. [19]

Queen Mary: You gave me back my life. Now let me save yours. [19]

Queen Mary: We can’t risk meeting again.
Louis Condé: For the rest of ours lives.
Queen Mary: I hope that your is a long one. Go. Live. [20]

Queen Mary: My rank is poison! [20]

Queen Mary: We are King and Queen, chained together as surly as two prisoners in a dungeon. [20]

Queen Mary: I wish there was a way to end this without bloodshed.
Queen Catherine: Who’s blood concerns you more. Your husband's, or your lovers. [21]

Queen Mary: It's terrible. Especially if we think we can save each other. We can't. We can only love each other. [22]

Queen CatherineEdit

Queen Catherine: The airs near us will be burned clean. It worked for the Pope. [1]

Queen Catherine: A favour for a favour, and it keeps you on the throne. [1]

Queen Catherine: Welcome to your rule, my queen. And welcome to the real France. [1]

Queen Catherine: Is that all?! Didn’t you look inside?
Nostradamus: I’m immune to the plague my Queen, but not fire. [1]

Queen Catherine: Take that to your grave when the hungry rise up and kill you. [1]

Queen Mary: I won’t allow you, when Francis returns-
Queen Catherine: He will thank me for saving him realm form his very young, naive queen! [1]

Queen Catherine: I simply didn't have time before falling ill to murder that household. [1]

Queen Catherine: There’s something else you should know: I didn’t want to be me either. But I blame Henry, because being a queen unloved by your king is excruciating — and dangerous.
Queen Mary: Henry loved you.
Queen Catherine: Some. Once...Not enough. Not the way Francis loves you. [1]

Queen Catherine: Don’t let Lola come between you, because you are nothing but a guest in this court without the support of your king. [1]

Queen Catherine: One bedroom for husband and wife? Good luck to both of you with that. [2]

Queen Catherine: He will never be king, but he might be your only chance at being a father and I can promise you that raising him will be the singular joy of your life. [2]

Queen Catherine: Truly Francis I don’t know why she is in this conversation. Didn’t you promise the nobles you'd muzzled her. [3]

Queen Catherine: The man controls 90% of the grain in this regain, and in a famine that's not just wealth, that is power. [3]

Queen Catherine: But how can I possibly help you? I'm irrelevant. [3]

Lord Narcisse: An advisor of my choice or regrettably there is no deal.
Queen Catherine: I shall get my grain elsewhere.
Lord Narcisse: You didn't come here because your heart bleeds for your starving countrymen. What are you hiding?
Queen Catherine: Perhaps I'm hiding a bleeding heart. [3]

Queen Catherine: What are you doing out here? There’s a party inside to celebrate the new King.
Lord Narcisse: And Queen
Queen Catherine: Her too. [3]

Queen Catherine: Well done avoiding the whole thing, few queens have ever attend the Christening of their husbands bastard. I say that with growing affection, for my grandson. [4]

Queen Catherine: -"Good morning. How's the happy trinity? Father, mother, unborn son - oh, I'm hoping for a son! Plenty of time for daughter's later. [4]

Queen Catherine: You may go, Marie. And please...your hair. [5]

Queen Catherine: Henry died. I live. [5]

Queen Catherine: Honestly, is Greer dragging out the suspense to make a grander entrance? Will she be arriving on flying swans? [5]

Queen Catherine: I may not care about peasants individually, but in general, I care a great deal.

Queen Catherine: My feet are too dainty to get caught in a foxhole! [6]

Queen Catherine: Purses are for servants. [6]

Queen Catherine: Alas, m'poor ankle. My daughter shall have to work for the both of us. [6]

Queen Catherine: Remember, I walked this road first. [6]

Queen Catherine: We must think practically. We need to buy a horse! [6]

Queen Catherine: I suppose you mean infertility because no man has any inkling about women's problems. Oh, I spent 10 years suffering the same uncertainty.
Queen Mary: And yet you torment me.
Queen Catherine: All in good fun. But is Francis pressing you about it?
Queen Mary: He submitted that it bothers him and he's become distant. He doesn't share his problems with me like he used to. If this goes on, what will our marriage become?
Queen Catherine: Normal, especially for a royal. A crown changes everything. [6]

Queen Catherine: Mary, I know that you think I belittle your marriage by comparing it to mine, but that is not why I talk to you the way I do. I walked this road first, that's all, and I learned if you hold on to foolish romantic expectations, it will make it that much harder. [6]

Queen Catherine: Oh my God, Their impostors! [6]

Queen Catherine: Where do these stories come from? It was one man and I only stretched him a little. Nails, indeed. First you should know he was a terrible, terrible hat maker. [6]

Queen Mary: If I learned one thing at French court it's worth keeping a dagger on you. (whips out a dagger, and Catherine takes out a two pronged hair pin) Poison?
Queen Catherine: You say that so hopefully now, but sadly it's not. I don't carry poison everywhere! I might accidentally kill myself. [6]

Queen Catherine: My dear, never give up a crown. To anybody. [6]

Queen Catherine: She has a childlike belief that a woman should trust her husband. I find I wish it were true. [6]

Queen Catherine: You already smell on Whiskey! [7]

Queen Catherine: I don’t need this. Not today. [7]

Queen Catherine: Rise and shine Claude! The only people in bed past noon are drunks and recreates. [8]

Queen Catherine: Have the servants poor you a bath, you smell. Gamey.[8]

Queen Catherine: I couldn't convince the Count of your chastity, but surely God can. [8]

Queen Catherine: Oh the things I have done for you, how I have protected you. You think that I don't love you. You don't see! In my way I have mothered you more than any of my children. [8]

Queen Catherine: Do not lay a hand on her future. [9]

Queen Catherine: Stay away from my daughter! [9]

Queen Catherine: One can barely hear the sound of people choking on the news. [9]

Queen Catherine: I'm only going to ask you this once. So we are both clear on what you've endure this night. [9]

Queen Catherine: Take my hand. Trust that I can get you through this, because I swear to you I can. [9]

Queen Catherine: I know you don't want to be touched, that's alright. But, you're safe. I don't know how you managed to escape but you did. You are alive. You will survive this. I know this because I survived. You know that. They try to destroy you by taking your pride and your strength, but those things cannot be taken, not from you. Not ever. [9]

Queen Catherine: These next moments of your life will either define you as a victim or as a powerful Queen, untouched by failed a assassination attempt. They will define who you are perceived to be, your place in history. Do not let them win. Trust me. Trust me and let me help you. Trust that I can get you through this because I swear to you that I can. [9]

King Francis: What’s Mary doing here?
Queen Catherine: She's looking for her rapist. And if you don’t catch him soon that's what she’ll be doing for the rest of her life. In every room, and in every crowd. [10]

King Henry: Ahh Kenna. With death comes wisdom. What did I ever see in her?
Queen Catherine: Well it was her ass. You mentioned it many times.
Lady Kenna: Are you talking to me?
Queen Catherine: ...Why would I talk to you?
Lady Kenna: You just said something about my ass.
Queen Catherine: Not everything is about your ass Kenna. [11]

Queen Catherine: I suppose there are other monsters in the world, and there mothers have to lie for them too. [11]

King Henry: I have always loved you. And the chidden!
Queen Catherine: When it was convenient. When it didn’t keep you from your indulgences that you craved! [12]

Queen Catherine: I let you back in my bed again, and again because I loved you. I taught you that it was ok! [12]

Queen Catherine: I don’t want you back! [12]

Queen Catherine: Return to your hell, and leave me to mine. [12]

Queen Catherine: It never occurred to me that a mother would do this to another mother’s child. [12]

Queen Catherine: This is for killing my babies! This is for taking my husband, tearing my family apart and this is for turning my daughter against me!
Diane de Poitiers: I did it for Henry! All of it!
Queen Catherine: How perfect! He did it all for Henry too! [12]

Queen Catherine: French refuges, please! More like he’s run threw his wife’s money and she’s cut him off. Refuse him, and send him home! [13]

Queen Catherine: Oh, that is so like him. A last gift so I never forget him or his whores. [13]

Queen Catherine: Say that I died of consumptions while helping orphan! [13]

Queen Catherine: I crave sweets. Everything else tastes like metal. [14]

Queen Catherine: So much for your investigatory skills!
Sebastian: I helped you and Claude!
Princess Claude: You're just angry with hime because Diane was here. [14]

Queen Catherine: No one hurts my family and lives to tell the tale. Whoever they are. They will pay the price, and betrayal family will weep tears stained with blood! [14]

Queen Catherine: Look who survived The Plague. [14]

Queen Catherine: I heard you were back to reclaim your old post. Good luck with that. [14]

Queen Catherine: I do as I please in my own home. [14]

Duke of Guise: And I’m here to court you.
Queen Catherine: You say that like I’ve won a prize! [14]

Queen Catherine: The fact that you heard about this from your still active network of spies, does not mean it’s open for discussion. [14]

Queen Catherine: Do you know what told me your infidelity was fact on not rummer. The look of pain on my son’s face when he lied for you. A woman he loved more than anything. [18]

Queen Catherine: The truth of your betrayal was the last thing he heard before he collapsed. [18]

Queen Catherine: Nostradamus always said you would be the cause of Francis’s death. I never imaged you would kill him by breaking his heart. [18]

Queen Mary: I’m trying to save my country!
Queen Catherine: Your country is all bust lost, Do not drag us down with You! [18]

Queen Catherine: You may have the authority, but I will move Heaven and Earth to stop you. [18]

King Francis: After all this, could Mary still be helping him?-
Queen Catherine: Yes! Out of guilt. Or affection. [20]

Queen Catherine: Well I may be cooped up in a castle, never forget. My reach is far. [21]

Queen Catherine: I knew it was only a matter of time before Condé showed his true colours. I should have poisoned him when I had the chance! [21]

Queen Catherine: I won’t be needing a tear-y farewell, as I’m staying in the castle. Your younger sister and brothers are safely abroad. [21]

Queen Catherine: I ease my fears because they are mine! Because they matter. I’m a woman. I won’t accept what that means anymore! I won’t bow to a lover. I was forced to do that once for a king. but you, are most certainly not a king. [21]

Queen Mary: I wish there was a way to end this without bloodshed.
Queen Catherine: Who’s blood concerns you more. Your husband's, or your lovers. [21]

Queen Catherine: Francis, how many times must you pay the price for ignoring my council? [22]

Queen Catherine: If we die, it is at her hands. And if we survive, I will never forgive her! [22]

Queen Catherine: In the dungeon recovering from his wounds thankfully. Now he can live long enough to feel the axe cut off his liar head from his trattorias body. [22]

Queen Catherine: Once Condé became your Lover, he needed to die. Even he understood that. [22]

Queen Catherine: Ruling requires your hands be drenched in blood. [22]

Queen Elizabeth: Catherine de' Medice, What a pleasure to met someone so legendary. Common lor is that your teeth are filed to a points and your eyes are black with rage. Yet here you are. Lovely as a sunny day.
Queen Catherine: You radiant warmth and beauty yourself. Through I know you are responsible for the death of nearly a thousands men in France, just this month alone. My son was nearly one of them.
Queen Elizabeth: Oh, well you mustn't listen to gossip. [22]

SebastianEdit

Sebastian: Stay back! I'm surly infected too. [1]

Sebastian: There is always a reckoning and human or devil I think the riders
play a part. Dark times are upon us. Plague, famine, King's following. The reckoning has begun. [4]

Sebastian: There is a door between the living and the dead and The Plague kicked it open which causes the Reckoning to begin, and souls cannot cross without being guided. [4]

Lady Kenna: This castle used to be fun.
Sebastian: Well on behalf of France, I'd like to apologize for the plague, famine, and religious violence. [7]

King Francis: Think he was convinced?
Sebastian: I’m not sure if I want you to be king. [9]

Queen Catherine: Why are you helping me?
Sebastian: That’s a very good question. [12]

Sebastian: I can’t bare to look at you, much less hanging from a rope! [12]

Queen Catherine: So much for your investigatory skills!
Sebastian: I helped you and Claude!
Princess Claude: You're just angry with hime because Diane was here. [14]

Sebastian: I don’t think it’s a good idea for me to go to a social event when the man hosting it knows I killed his brother. [15]

Sebastian: Lets go to Paris.
Lady Kenna: Paris, why?
Sebastian: Because you love Paris.
Lady Kenna: But you hate it.
Sebastian: I will love it for you. [16]

Clarissa: Why is Catherine doing this?! I’m her child!
Sebastian: And I’m doing this for her other child. Your brother, King Francis. [18]

Queen Mary: Oh God-
Sebastian: Yes. I walked this road first. [20]

Sebastian: I’m sorry. Brave Mary. I’m sorry. [20]

Sebastian: I’ll talk to Francis. Good luck to you.
Lady Kenna: You too. [21]

King FrancisEdit

King Francis: I know you, Lola. We shared more than a bed in Paris. [1]

King Francis: The truth is, that child is whoever I say he is. [1]

King Francis: You can’t leave on that boat. You won’t take away my son. [1]

King Francis: And it won't hurt to show the nobles, many twice my age, that if you obey me, they can too.
[Queen Mary: Are all powerful men so insecure?
King Francis: A few. Many...Most. [3]

King Francis: Lord Narcisse. Are you well? I didn't hear back from you and expected an answer. [3]

King Francis: I don't think I've ever been this happy in my entire life. [4]

King Francis: Whatever the future brings, you are my light. [4]

King Francis: The word can be dark, Mary, and uncertain and cruel. The only thing that matters is that we face it together. No matter what happens, you are my light. [4]

Lord Narcisse: Perhaps you are not your father after all.
King Francis: As long as you never give me a reason to be. [5]

King Francis: You're not going anywhere. You're thinking that if you were my father, you'd be dead by now.
Lord Narcisse: But apparently you're not your father. You went one better by killing him.
King Francis: Against my word, all you have are the rantings of a deranged woman.
Lord Narcisse: Who you are locking up so no one may hear what she has to say. As well you should, because in truth, no rumour could be as dangerous as fratricide. It's a crime against France, against God; anyone who commits it or even knows of it could be summarily put to death -- man, woman, King or Queen. Which is why I imagine your Queen knows nothing of this. [5]

Queen Mary: Do you worry that I can't bear you a child?
King Francis: Yes! I worry because as a King and as a man I want heirs. Is that what you want to hear? Does it bring us closer for you to know that your failure disappoints me beyond words? Have I answered you fully? Are we done with this relentless interrogation?
Queen Mary: When you told me you hadn't lost hope...
King Francis: I lied. Mary, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have. I wish...
Queen Mary: For something I can't give you. Well, I asked you for the truth and you certainly gave it to me. I don't need to hear anymore. [5]

Sebastian: And Mary?
King Francis: She can never know. She must be able to deny on oath before God that she knew anything. It's the only way to keep her safe. [7]

King Francis: Narcisse can forces me to do anything, to sign anything. I have lost control of my country [7]

Princess Claude: How did Bash and Kenna get together
King Francis: It's a very romantic story actuarially. Father threatened to kill them both if they didn’t marry. [7]

King Francis: A compromised king is not a king at all. [7]

King Francis: Do not threaten the crown. And if what you say is true. We will find these explosive. Even if I have to bleed it out of you. [8]

King Francis: It is the season for giving. Not judging. [9]

King Francis: I'm asking you to step forward in a way you've never had to, never been asked to. [9]

King Francis: What can I do for you?...Are you cold... I’ll fetch you a blanket. [10]

Queen Mary: I've had some time to think. I believe that we should lead separate lives.
King Francis: What does that mean?
Queen Mary: That we will continue to work together as King and Queen, but I will be your wife in name only.
King Francis: I can't do that. I won't.
Queen Mary: We won't be the first people in history to do so.
King Francis: If you're talking about my parents, we are nothing like them. I would do anything for you, Mary. I love you and you love me.
Queen Mary: Look where that love has brought us. [10]

Lord Narcisse: You need me!
King Francis: Nobody needs you! [10]

King Francis: You’ve cost me more then you could possible imagine. But your debt will be paid! [10]

King Francis: Your my puppet now. And should you outlive your usefulness, I’ll have you slaughtered in the dead of night. [10]

King Francis: All he needed was his father’s arms.
Lady Lola: Or the poor thing exhausted himself.
King Francis: I like my story better. [11]

King Francis: I warn you cousin. Your words are unwise! [12]

King Francis: Doubts like these start wars. You put your country at risk, as well as your life. [12]

King Francis: I don’t want you to feel so alone.
Queen Mary: But I am alone. We both.
King Francis: We don’t have to be. [12]

Narcisse: Though Navarre may be a tiny nation, his foes don’t tend to survive.
King Francis: Another thing that makes you the man for the job. [13]

King Antoine: We must not be stained by the crimes of the dead, not when life and peace are so fragile. I forgive you, for the sake of your soul and peace between our two nations and my brother will do the same.
King Francis: Let it be so. May our feuds die with our fathers. [14]

King Francis: I don’t want to live separate lives, or move on with anyone!... But you do? [15]

King Francis: Did you come to me because you were afraid to go to him, or because you wanted to secure your rule in Scotland?! [15]

King Francis: As a king I want to solve the world's problems. And I would certainly love to solve yours. But... [17]

King Francis: Leith my friend. Let her go. [17]

Queen Mary: I have to ask the same question. Why?
King Francis: You mean, why when you were about to leave France, and turn your back on the country that shielded you as a child, and abandoned the crown you were given. And me. A husband you swore an oath to. [18]

King Francis: Make of that what you will, but I have been given a second chance, to live more wisely. So the next time I am starring at death, I’ll have no regrets. [18]

King Francis: I think you should leave.
Queen Mary: Leave this room. Or leave France?
King Francis: That’s up to you. [18]

King Francis: This could mean the end of our reign. [19]

King Francis: Well...You were planning on abandoning our marriage, flee France, and run off with my cousin, so...I no longer care what you do. [20]

King Francis: You will always see him, just as I have always seen you. Naked and in each others arms. [20]

Queen Mary: What would Condé gain?
King Francis: My throne! [21]

King Francis: Save your apologies. Your words have no meaning to me. [21]

King Francis: A fight is upon us, and a King must stand his ground. [21]

King Francis: War is nearly upon us, I will pray for your safety. [21]

King Francis: Now is the time to attack!
Sebastian: Attack? Even if half of Condé's men run, he'll still outnumber us, our men will Bork.
King Francis: Which is why I'm going to lead the charge. [22]

King Francis: I've already sent for Lola and my son to come home. I'm ending this struggle with diplomacy, not war. Now, have you more to say. You say that I ignore your council, so let's hear it.
Queen Catherine: I believe I've made myself clear. [22]

Greer NoorwoodEdit

Greer Norwood: I pray the day will come, when I no longer regret that I loved you. [2]

Lady Greer: Good heavens. What if the King chooses me to be paired with someone. We should leave.
Leith Bayard: Yes, uh. One of us should leave…The married one.
Lady Greer: ...Good night then. (hand Leith her cup) [11]

Lady Greer: You will recover fully, because you're strong. [11]

Queen Mary: I feel like I’m sleeping walking and I can’t wake up.
Lady Greer: If your heart want to sleep, let it. Many things can be forced out of duty. But not the heart.

(Knock on the door)
Queen Mary: One more moment!
Greer: One more moment is that all we have?! [12]

Lady Lola: Greer, have you thought of returning to Scotland?
Greer Castleroy: No! [14]

Greer Castleroy: Would you excuse me, I have to speak with the whore next door. [14]

Greer: It’s a hard enough life without the look of your disapproval. [16]


Lady KennaEdit

Lady Kenna: Talk to him, see if there's more to him than..
Lady Lola: Everything we already know. [5]

Sebastian: Why are you giving Claude gifts?
Lady Kenna: Because she's a princess, and your sister. I think we can be friends. [7]

Lady Kenna: Who will be bowing to me, by the way?! [12]

Lady Kenna: Is that what you want to hear? Is that what I should have said when we married? That, yes, I loved him; before he went mad.
Sebastian: You never told me that.
Lady Kenna: Why would I? You asked me to give us a chance, so I did. Bash, you have no idea what it's like to be a girl in this world. Owning nothing, having no power, except the effect that you have on men. The King noticed me and for the first time I mattered. What was I supposed to do? Throw it away? Did you throw away Mary's love when you had it?... Besides, why are we even fighting about this?... Everybody makes mistakes. It's in the past!
Sebastian: Some things can't stay in the past. Some things are too unforgivable. When a person is willing to sacrifice lives for their own petty interests, that is one of those things. [12]

Lady Kenna: I know I can be my own worst enemy, but I don’t want to be your worst enemy. [13]

(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!! [13]

Lady Lola: Isn't this what husbands are for?
Lady Kenna: ...Servants. [14]

Lady Kenna: So strange isn’t it. Both of us married and more alone than ever. [14]

Lady Kenna: I don’t think my husband is going to approve of me helping you... I don’t think he’s going to come to ‘’your’’ party. [15]

Lady Kenna: You want to give me 300,000 gold deniers...To go shopping? [15]

Lady Kenna: How many more battles for you, and lonely nights for me until it’s all done? [15]

General Renaude: You’re a skilled rider, Lady Kenna.
Lady Kenna: Never discount a ladies’ skills. Our daily lives consists of making hardships seem effortless. [18]

Lady Kenna: Bash! If you could excuse your woodsman, we have business to discuss. -Oh good Lord, you're a grown woman! Oh... You must be Bash’s mysterious friend who lives in the forest. [21]

Lady Kenna: -Former, mercenary. He could be becoming Francis's right-hand man. -No offence.
Sebastian: None taken. [21]

Sebastian: I’ll talk to Francis. Good luck to you.
Lady Kenna: You too. [21]

Lady Kenna: I want to remember you like this. As the girls we once were. I hope you'll remember me that way too. [22]


Lady LolaEdit

Nobel's Wife: And the King's new child, properly claimed. You must be so happy.
Lady Lola: I suppose I must be. [3]

Lady Kenna: Talk to him, see if there's more to him than..
Lady Lola: Everything we already know. [5]

Lady Lola: Do not seek to take before I give! [7]

Lady Lola: We don't care about the Monarchy, we're your friends, we care about you! [10]

Lady Lola: I don’t care if your heart leads you my way or not, but I won’t have it lead you to Mary. [12]

Lady Lola: I can’t believe you're making these suggestions. The king discredited you, you don’t even have a house now. [13]

Lady Lola: I’m being courted by a handsome prince. Literally! [13]

Lady Lola: It was one night!
Marie de Guise: One night! Don’t flaunt your bountiful womb at me! [15]

Lady Lola: It's nice that you’re here and want to marry our son to that ugly baby! [15]

Lady Lola: He didn’t even offer me a bath! And he always offers a bath. [15]

Queen Mary: It may not be my throne by the time I get there. And that girl, who knew no fear. I’m not her anymore.
Lady Lola: No you are wiser. And stronger. Remember that strength that so many people have tried to take from you. It is still in you. My friends. My queen. [17]


Leith BayardEdit

Leith Bayard: ...And if you go, don't come back. [2]

Leith Bayard: When you took my lands you said that you'd make it up to me one day. Well this is that day. I want repayment. Let Castleroy go. [10]

Leith Bayard: People know who you are, you're still in danger here. So whatever you do..Don’t come back. [10]

Lady Greer: Good heavens. What if the King chooses me to be paired with someone. We should leave.
Leith Bayard: Yes, uh. One of us should leave…The married one.
Lady Greer: ...Good night then. (hand Leith her cup) [11]

Leith Bayard: But I LOVE HER!...Your majesty. I love her. [17]

Leith Bayard: One thing I will never do, is risk getting on Catherine de' Medici's bad side.
Princess Claude: You’d rather get on my bad side?!
Leith Bayard: A million times. yes. [20]

Leith Bayard: I thought we could count on our love for one another. That’s what I’ve always believed, but you..Never have. [20]

Louis CondéEdit

Louis Condé: I know what it is, to make a mess of love. [1]

Louis Condé: If you bow to Narcisse now, you'll be doing it for the ret of your rule. [2]

Louis Condé: Innocent men won't die alone. You won't die alone. [2]

Louis Condé: If you release them, you'll be smiling on murder. [5]

Josephine: How do I go back to my husband now?
Louis Condé: Discreetly. [7]

Louis Condé: A minister much beloved by his flock. The people know nothing of the dire threat he has made. If the minister is killed, the people can use his death as justification for almost any bad act. They would create...
Queen Mary: A martyr.
Louis Condé: And his death would inflame even the most pacifist of Protestants. [8]

Louis Condé: You know you could sell the ocean a cup of water. [9]

Louis Condé: Mary you're not even armed. (pulls out a knife) Good Lord! [10]

Louis Condé: Why don’t I have a normal family? [11]

Lady Atley: I was surprised. That he knew of my attraction to you.
Louis Condé: Oh you are very polite- [11]

Louis Condé: And one of us utterly failed to protect her, just when she needed it most. [12]

Louis Condé: Or are we chess pieces that no longer need to be moved?! [14]

Louis Condé: When I’m near you, I am aware of every breath you take. And when I’m away, even the wind in the trees reminds me of you. [15]

Louis Condé: My treason was in loving you. [20]

Louis Condé: Deliver a message to King Francis, tell him Prince Condé is coming. [21]

Louis Condé: Surrender France... Or we’ll attack at dawn. [21]

Louis Condé: When my guns are ready, I will attack. And by tomorrow night either he or I will be dead. [22]

Gigi: It's a plague! Solders gave me the plague!
Louis Condé: Fall in, report to your units!
Gigi: It's a plague!
Louis Condé:Stop screaming that, your causing a panic...Ashes! There is no plague, it's a hoax! [22]

Louis Condé: And our baby, was that a lie as well?
Queen Mary: Yes. [22]

Louis Condé: I did not harm your son! [22]


Lord NarcisseEdit

Lord Narcisse: Water your horses, then yourselves. [1]

Lord Narcisse: We are the outside world, and we surround you. [2]

Lord Narcisse: We'll see who's death is more painful. Yours, or my sons.
Nostradamus: I've seen your death. You suffer too. [2]

King Francis:: I don't like you-
Lord Narcisse: I don't care! [2]

Lord Narcisse: Perhaps you are not your father after all.
King Francis: As long as you never give me a reason to be. [5]

King Francis: You're not going anywhere. You're thinking that if you were my father, you'd be dead by now.
Lord Narcisse: But apparently you're not your father. You went one better by killing him.
King Francis: Against my word, all you have are the rantings of a deranged woman.
Lord Narcisse: Who you are locking up so no one may hear what she has to say. As well you should, because in truth, no rumour could be as dangerous as fratricide. It's a crime against France, against God; anyone who commits it or even knows of it could be summarily put to death -- man, woman, King or Queen. Which is why I imagine your Queen knows nothing of this. [5]

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? [7]

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.[8]

Lady Lola: Are you suggesting we meet in secret? Like thieves. Or adulterers.
Lord Narcisse: Well fruit often taste sweeter when it's forbidden. [8]

Princess Claude: No one forces me to do anything.
Lord Narcisse: As king, he trump us all. [9]

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. [9]

Lord Narcisse: What a king won’t stoop to grasp, his subject must offer. [16]

Lord Narcisse: Careful, Lady Lola. Tongues less discreet than my own will wag. [19]

Lady Lola: You said you cared about me-
Lord Narcisse: I say a great many things. The mistake was yours, in trusting me. [20]

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? [20]

Lord Narcisse: Give up this idea that nobody can know you, and still love you. [20]

Narcisse: As it turns out there is one thing worse than being hated by Catherine de Medici, and that is being loved by her. [22]


Princess ClaudeEdit

Princess Claude: I remember you, too. Now close your mouth. [7]

Princess Claude: Married and a baby, or should I not mention those in the same sentence? [7]

Princess Claude: I have no interest in being married. Now, or ever. My brother is the king! I don't see why I have to become the property of any man. [8]

Princess Claude: I slept with her Fiancé. Just once! On a dare. [8]

Princess Claude: What is he, a whore chaser? [9]

Princess Claude: I don't need a husband. I already have a mother to make me miserable. [9]

Princess Claude: I’m not sure if it's safe to let you in my chambers without a chaperon.
Lord Narcisse: No, you're not safe. [9]

Princess Claude: A look is not a purchase. [9]

Lord Narcisse: I’ll think about it.
Princess Claude: As I trust you'll think about me. [9]

Princess Claude: I care about me, not France. That's your job! [9]

Lord Narcisse: Are you prepared to die for this marriage!?
Princess Claude: At least my family will cry at my funeral. [9]

Princess Claude: What do you know, you're only a child my father lost his taste for, and pawned off onto his bastard son. [11]

Queen Catherine: So much for your investigatory skills!
Sebastian: I helped you and Claude!
Princess Claude: You're just angry with hime because Diane was here. [14]

(At a brothel)
Princess Claude: Is that you, hiding behind a whore... How lovely to walk in and find I know so many people! [18]

Princess Claude: I'm telling you, I know what I saw. The danger is not only outside our walls, it's inside as well. [22]


King AntoineEdit

Queen Mary: I apologies for dropping in unannounced.
King Antoine: Nonsense, you were just announced. [11]

Louis Condé: Mary has no romantic feelings for me.
King Antoine: What, you’ve never changed a woman’s mind before? [11]

Lady Kenna: You are terrible.
King Antoine: Tell me about your husband then. [13]

King Antoine: We must not be stained by the crimes of the dead, not when life and peace are so fragile. I forgive you, for the sake of your soul and peace between our two nations and my brother will do the same.
King Francis: Let it be so. May our feuds die with our fathers. [14] King Antoine: Who knew vengeance could be quite so invigorating. [15]

King Antoine: Fetch me something. I don’t care what it is, but fetch me something far away. [16]

King Antoine: Francis will find a way of killing you for this. You will be running for your life.

King Antoine: End it now, or I will end both of you. [16]


NostradamusEdit

Queen Catherine: Is that all?! Didn’t you look inside?
Nostradamus: I’m immune to the plague my Queen, but not fire. [1]

Nostradamus: Are you going to share your plan with me? [2]

Nostradamus: You think you're untouchable, that your sins will stay buried, but they don't. [2]

Lord Narcisse: We'll see who's death is more painful. Yours, or my sons.
Nostradamus: I've seen your death. You suffer too. [2]

General RenaudeEdit

General Renaude: I may look out for myself. But I don’t take things that don’t belong to me. You, Lady kenna, seems like you don't belong to anyone. [19]

Lady Kenna: No, I find it refreshing for a man to speak so frankly about ambition.
General Renaude: Well I’m always happy to know I’ve pleased a lady. [20]

Lady Kenna: No, I find it refreshing for a man to speak so frankly about ambition.
General Renaude: Well I’m always happy to know I’ve pleased a lady. [20]

General Renaude: But I would never wed unless I heard from a woman’s own lips, she desired me. [20]

General Renaude: Kenna, I'm so sorry, if there was anything I could do to remove suspicion from you.
Lady Kenna: It wouldn't matter. I'll carry our relationship with me, no matter what.
General Renaude: You don't have to. Say whatever you want about my memory, I'll be dead. [22]

OthersEdit

Eduard Narcisse: There is nothing older, or stronger than Royal Blood! [1]

Jenny Postor: Well, aren't you a little short to play Queens? [6]

King Henry: My God, I've missed the way you mix garlic with arsenic. [11]

Diane de Poitiers: If Claude's looks could kill, I do believe you'd be bathing in your own blood. [12]

Queen Mary: You sound like Catherine.
Duke of Guise: Why she hasn’t assassinated them while here at court is a mystery to me! [14]

Marie de Guise: You are on the cusp of loosing your country. [15]

Marie de Guise: Either you or Elizabeth will rule Scotland and England. Make an heir and it will be you. [15]

Marie de Guise: Do you know what happens to disposable Queens?! They are disposed of! [15]

Marie de Guise: Remember your role in her demise. I know I will. [15]

Marie de Guise: I wanted the world for you. I wanted France and England to fall at your feet. [15]

Sister Delphine: Don’t worry, I think you’ll be pleased.
Servant: Is this because we’re all gonna die? [21]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 The Plague.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 Drawn and Quartered.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Coronation.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 The Lamb and the Slaughter.
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 Blood for Blood.
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 Three Queens.
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 The Prince of the Blood.
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 Terror of the Faithful.
  9. 9.00 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 9.05 9.06 9.07 9.08 9.09 9.10 9.11 9.12 9.13 9.14 9.15 9.16 9.17 9.18 9.19 9.20 Acts of War.
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 Mercy.
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 Getaway.
  12. 12.00 12.01 12.02 12.03 12.04 12.05 12.06 12.07 12.08 12.09 12.10 12.11 12.12 12.13 12.14 12.15 12.16 12.17 12.18 Banished.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 13.8 13.9 Sins of the Past.
  14. 14.00 14.01 14.02 14.03 14.04 14.05 14.06 14.07 14.08 14.09 14.10 14.11 14.12 14.13 14.14 14.15 14.16 14.17 14.18 The End of Mourning.
  15. 15.00 15.01 15.02 15.03 15.04 15.05 15.06 15.07 15.08 15.09 15.10 15.11 15.12 15.13 15.14 15.15 15.16 15.17 15.18 15.19 Forbidden.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 Tasting Revenge.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 Tempting Fate.
  18. 18.00 18.01 18.02 18.03 18.04 18.05 18.06 18.07 18.08 18.09 18.10 18.11 18.12 18.13 18.14 18.15 Reversal of Fortune.
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 Abandoned.
  20. 20.00 20.01 20.02 20.03 20.04 20.05 20.06 20.07 20.08 20.09 20.10 20.11 20.12 20.13 20.14 20.15 20.16 Fugitive.
  21. 21.00 21.01 21.02 21.03 21.04 21.05 21.06 21.07 21.08 21.09 21.10 21.11 21.12 21.13 21.14 21.15 21.16 The Siege.
  22. 22.00 22.01 22.02 22.03 22.04 22.05 22.06 22.07 22.08 22.09 22.10 22.11 22.12 22.13 22.14 22.15 22.16 Burn.

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