Just don't expect a fond farewell from me. Or my trust. Ever again.


Mary: I am grateful..but I have to ask the same question. Why?
Francis: You mean why, when you were about to leave France? To turn your back on the country that sheltered you as a child and abandon the crown you were given? And me, the husband you swore an oath to?

Catherine: This could cost Mary her nation.
Narcisse: Well she shouldn't have forgotten that by marrying your son her nation became France.

Do not test my power and do not tempt my fury.


If I'm as responsible as you say, I will never forgive myself.


Nostradamus always said that you would be the cause of my son's death. I never imagined you'd kill him by breaking his heart.


The truth of your betrayal was the last thing that he heard before he collapsed.


Marcus: I get to tell people I did the right thing. That's something.
Olivia: That's more than something. That's everything. That's what saves you in the end. You do the wrong thing then you're done. Not at first. It only feels like a misstep at first, a compromise, a concession to reality, a bad move well played. But at some point you're only going in that direction and by the time you realize how far down that path you are you're lost. Everything is unrecognizable. You are unrecognizable to yourself. You find yourself doing things you never thought you would do in ways you never thought you would do them to save things you never thought you would want to save. That's how you know you're done. You are not done.

Justice or your career. I can only get you one. So what do you want?


[to Marcus] The mayor's wife is upstairs lying in a pool of blood while my team erases evidence of a crime scene so I'd say it takes a lot to surprise me because this is my job. This is what I do. Now you know what I'm about.


Wendell: Dude, you're a genius.
Hodgins: Yeah, I've heard that before.

I know you, because the apple does not fall far from the tree, Olivia, poison though it may be.