- Kvailas Britiškas akcentas
- Gyvenimas amžinai
- Vaikščiojanti enciklopedija
- Kai vyksta skrodimas, užsidėti ką nors ant nosies, burnos. Dėl bakterijų.
- "Please, kill me now."
- Don't worry. I am the least judgmental person you'll ever meet.
- Dr. Henry Morgan: You see, something happened that night. I was transformed. I still feel love, pleasure, pain. My life is just like yours except for one small difference. It never ends!
- Dr. Henry Morgan: I've seen a lot of death, a lot of pain, a lot of suffering; but I've also seen a lot of life, a lot of beauty, a lot of wonder.
- Dr. Henry Morgan: It's not the number of years we live that matters, our lives just add up to a series of moments. We never know when or where they'll happen, but they stick with us marking our souls forever.
- Dr. Henry Morgan: The problem with living 200 years isn't the loneliness or the loss, okay sure it is those things, but what really gets you is when life ceases to surprise you.
1x2 Look Before You Leap
- "You can learn a lot from a body -- how life a was lived, what was their pain, suffering, life experiences, even if they were loved. But what a body can't tell you is why. And for those left behind, that seems to be the only question that really matters." —Henry
- Jo Martinez: Wait! How do you know this?
Henry: Because I was in the neighborhood passing by on my bicycle and I looked
Jo Martinez: What? You climbed on to the ledge of the bridge?
Henry: I have never been bothered by heights
Jo Martinez: And what about death?
Henry: A rather more complicated relationship
- Henry: [narrating] Nothing can erase the pain of losing someone you love. You carry it with you for the rest of your life, However long that might be. The best you can hope for is that over time, The wound begins to heal. But no matter how strong we are, no matter how hard we fight... The scar always stays with us.
1x3 Fountain of Youth
- "There is a whole litany of things we can do to keep death at bay -- exercise, eat well, put on sunscreen. And though you might try to bargain with death, bear no delusions. It will find you. So if you spend all you time hiding from death or, in my case, searching for it, I guess the question is were you ever really alive?" —Henry
- "Abe's always telling me to enjoy life. I think I'm doing the same thing here. This is the most exciting city in the world. There is someone out there for all those breakfasts and dinners." —Henry
- "As sad and dreadful as death may be, it forces us to cherish every moment because the truth is...life is precious because it's finite. When you're immortal, you have to be reminded of beauty. Days stretch into years, stretch into centuries. Time looses its meaning. So however long you live, even though that may prove a very, very long time...you must tell yourself to live every day...every hour as if it could be your last." —Henry
- "I don't believe in nothing. I'm a scientist, and, quick frankly, a skeptic. There's always something, so long as you know what to look for." —Henry
1x4 The Art of Murder
- When Gloria Carlyle died, 91 years of worth of memories disappear in an instant. People, places, loved ones and enemies alike, all gone, lost forever. We can only imagine what her final thoughts were. Fear, anger -- we'll never know. Everything is forgotten in death. —Henry
- For the dead, all is forgotten. But all is not lost because they're remembered by us. Some we think of fondly, others less so. A few are remembered by many, and some by only a few. —Henry
- Veikėjas turėtų turėti vietą, į kurią nenori grįžti, bijo, jam kelia baimę.
- Love. It's a strong feeling. Makes us do things. For a last moment she got to be with a man she loved.
1x5 The Pugilist Break
- Every generation likes to think they're improving on the last, that progress is inevitable, that the future holds less misery and suffering than the past. But the truth is, some things never change. History has a way of repeating itself. It's just most people don't live long enough to see it happen. —Henry
- Jeigu reikia atsikratyti telefonu, sunaikink, kad negalėtų atkurti.
- Abe: You're okay?
Henry Morgan: You know what the worst part about living for 200 years is?
Abe: Having to renew your driver's license every 7 years?
Henry Morgan: Fair point! Second worst? Watching the same misdeeds happen over and over. History destines to repeat itself!
1x6 The Frustrating Thing About Psychopaths
- Pasitelkti į pagalbą populiariausius serijinius žudikus.
- Abe: Besides I have scarier people to see today
Henry Morgan: Such as?
Abe: I'm off to see the Frenchman at the hospital. I owe her an apology. If I am not back by tomorrow, call the police
- "Murder is never an easy thing to look at. When you examine the body of a victim, you don't see the reflection of their life, but the person who took. You see whether the killer felt anger or betrayal...or worse...if they felt nothing at all." —Henry
- We may never understand those who kill so easily for spectacle. But perhaps that's why we're so fascinated with them. We read about their exploits out of curiosity. Our fascination with the macabre makes it all seem unreal. But the truth that everyone has the capacity to kill. The real question is, how do you live with yourself afterwards? —Henry
- "I'm glad you're feeling so awful. You must allow yourself t feel the pain, the guilt, the shame. The day when killing another person doesn't effect you, that's when you got real problems." —Henry to Jo about taking killing someone
1x7 New York Kids
- "Every crime, like every person, has its secrets. Some are never revealed, while others are hidden in plain sight." —Henry
- "We can train our bodies to forget. But not our minds. And one thing living forever teaches you is that your past, your secrets, mark you always, like it or not. There are things for all of us that even all the time in the word wouldn't be able to erase." —Henry
- Henry Morgan: There are things for all of us, that even all the time in the world wouldn't be able to erase
- Niekada neišmesti žmogžudystės įrankio netoli tos vietos, kur įvyko nusikaltimas. Sudeginti, padaryti neatpažįstamu.
1x8 The Ecstasy of Agony
- Henry Morgan: Our body feels pain to warn us of danger, but it also reminds us that we're alive. That we still feel. That's why some of us seek it out, while others choose to numb it.
- Sex, drugs, skydiving. It's strange that the things we do for a thrill, in order to make ourselves feel alive, are the same things that may kill us. The same thing is true when it comes to human relationships. The people we love the most are the ones capable of hurting us the most deeply. —Henry
- It's a fine line between pleasure and pain. —Henry
- Our body feels pain to warn us of danger. But it also reminds us of we're alive, that we can still feel. That's why some of us seek it out...while others choose to numb it. Solitude has always been my analgesic of choice. But what if feeling nothing is the worst pain of all? What if the sharing of pain connects us to others and reminds us that none of us is alone as long as we can feel it? —Henry
- - Me and Marie always were like wild animals. Why'd you think I married he. Twice.
- You too also fight like wild animals. and you divorce her twice
- - I am worrying about breaking your heart.
- At my age? I should be so lucky. It shows its still working
- The only way you can truly feel alive, is give another person power to destroy you. - Iona Payne
- Marie makes me feel alive. That's ironic given the number of time she try to kill me.
- Vyresnio amžiaus žmonės taip pat turi gyvenimus. Myli, mylisi, prisižiūri savo išvaizdą
- No matter how we live or die, we all end the same -- in silence. All of our hopes and dreams in life become mere echoes of a tale cut short. But if we're lucky enough, our stores live on. Our song finds voice in the hearts of those who remember us and loved us. —Henry
- Music who kills.
- Jazz true American history. Invented by Americans.
- It has been said that a man is not dead while his name is still spoken, that we are only truly gone when we've disappear from the memories of those who loved us, meaning a great artist never dies. As long as his books are read, his paintings admired, as long as our songs are sung, may each of us live forever. As for me, maybe its time to learn a new song. Fortunately, I have an excellent teacher. - Henry
1x10 The Man in the Killer Suit
- Henry Morgan: [Henry is wingman on the funeral of Abe's friend] Do you see her?
Abe: No, not yet
Henry Morgan: At least you can pay your respects to your friend
Henry Morgan: Lyle
Abe: Meh. Wait, there she is! Oh, Fawn Mahoney. Hum, what a tomato
Henry Morgan: Abraham? She's the widow?
Abe: Did I not tell you that? Oh. She's beautiful! I'll just wait till after the service before I...
Henry Morgan: Abraham! You are not doing this! I forbid you to flirt with the widow! Your friend's wife!
- Henry Morgan: [about to chase another car] Abe, quickly
Abe: Do I have police permission to violate all speeding laws?
Henry Morgan: Yes
Jo Martinez: No! Absolutely not!
- Lt. Joanna Reece: That was nice work Henry! As a matter of curiosity, what were you doing in that cemetery?
Henry Morgan: My roommate is paying respect to an old girlfriend, the widow of the deceased. I was his wingman
Lt. Joanna Reece: I've got to learn to stop asking you questions
- Lucas Wahl: [Reenacting the murder] Yeah, I was wondering if I can play the killer this time. I feel like I always play the victim
Henry Morgan: It's much easier for me to come in character murdering you
Lucas Wahl: Understood
- The best impostors have many gifts. They can change their voice, their look, their manner. But there's a rule every imposter learns. The one truth we cannot hide is love. —Henry
- Jo Martinez: [laughs] No, no! Your brand of eccentricity will take years to perfect
Henry Morgan: How about centuries?
- Gražus veidelis, geras pasiruošimas gali daug ką. Conman. Susikurti tapatybę ir sugebėti apgauti visus.
- Visada reikia turėti albi.
1x11 Skinny Dipper
- Henry Morgan: [voiceover] It may come as a surprise, but I still fear death
- "We all have secrets. There's nothing wrong with that. But we all need a confidante, a friend to share our secrets with. In a way, the shared secret tells us who our real friends are. They're the people we trust the most." —Henry
1x12 The Wolves of Deep Brooklyn
- Committing fully to the protection of another can often engender a kind of paradox. In doing so, we are tempted to put ourselves at risk -- the very thing most likely to cause pain in those whom we are trying so desperately to keep pain from. Over time, however, one learns that the choices of those we love are impossible to control. — Henry
- There is a risk anytime we venture into the unknown, whenever we are compelled for whatever reason...to push away the safety of the familiar, of family and home. And there is the notion that this impulse is, indeed, for the best, tat whatever doesn't kill us makes stronger. Unless of course it does." —Henry
- - There is he going?
- Big company. Scheme.
1x13 Diamonds Are Forever
- It is often when one least expects it that fate arrives at our door. We can't foresee it any more than we can escape it. No matter how hard we run or hide, fate, like death, will always find us." —Henry
- Henry Morgan: What kills you, is not what causes your heart to stop beating, It's what prevents you from living.
- Silence isn't a gift that I was given. Joe, I've seen a lot of death, in all its forms -- coronary disease, gunshot wounds, blunt-force trauma, exsanguinations, strangulations. What kills you is not what causes your heart to stop beating. It's what prevents you from living. You have to deal with Sean's death someday. —Henry
- Fate can be cruel. A minute here, a minute there, and lives can be lost. But fate also gives us moments of impossible grace...moments in time when we come together and connect in a way that is profound...chance occurrences so precious that they almost make one believe in the divine, that there is someone out there looking after us. —Henry
- Henry Morgan: Lucas? Can you please remove the bandage?
Detective Mike Hanson: Ouch!
Lucas Wahl: Sorry, not used to work with the living
1x14 Hitler on the Half-Shell
- Atonement can take many forms -- a heartfelt apology, a grand gesture, a silent prayer, or something more complex, more gray, more difficult to decipher. And while it's true tat no amount of atonement change ever change the past, it des have the power to heal us, to restore relationships and connections we thought were lost forever. —Henry
1x15 The King of Columbus Circle
- "Why do we feel compelled to trace our roots? Those names in the family tree are just tat -- names -- and yet the kinship we feel to them is powerful. Does the fact that we're rooted in history make us feel more secure in our present. But what if our family trees are more like vines, twining aimlessly throughout the ages?" —Henry
- "The truth is each of us is related. It's just a question of how far you back you trace your family tree. Deep down, all of us have shared blood in our veins. Although, individual tastes may vary. And if we're all related, then ALL of us have royal blood. Which is why every child should be treated as a king or queen...no matter how old our children may be." —Henry
1x16 Memories of Murder
- "We are told that those who ignore the past are doomed to repeat, while those who dwell in the past would love nothing more than to repeat it over and over again. But memories, like photographs, have a way of fading with time." —Henry
- "Some memories are so powerful that they never fade...memories which become more powerful every time we remember them...thus making our present lives seem a little more faded. But let's not think about that now." —Henry
1x17 Social Engineering
- Viskas pasidaro kaip ant delno, kai kalba eina apie kompiuterius ir hack'inimą
- "In 1912, Guglielmo Marconi predicted his invention the radio would out end t war. No more miscommunication, no more secrets. Then 200 million people were murdered in the century following. Meanwhile, we came up with better ways to communicate. None of which, alas, put an end t lies, miscommunication, or murder." —Henry
- "Perhaps privacy is a thing of the past. In the future, everything about us will be available with the touch of a button -- who's fallen in love, who's gotten sick, who's having an affair. Maybe it's a good thing -- a future without secrets. Of course, those of us with a few more years value our privacy. We've made our mistakes and survive them. It's not that we want to keep these secrets from others. Usually, we're keeping them from ourselves." —Henry
- Jo Martinez: I guess there are worse ways to go.
Henry Morgan: True. Fire, for instance, every nerve in agony.
Jo Martinez: Hm. Drowning, the panic.
Henry Morgan: Hm, although physiologically not so far removed from this. You want to avoid things involving sensory nerves. Being flayed, slow dismemberment. Oh, and starvation! Takes longer that you think. Your body floods with toxins from you liver as you slowly digest your own tissues. Your brain atrophies, you literally lose your mind.
Jo Martinez: Hm. Why death, Henry?
Henry Morgan: Feeling existential, detective? Perhaps the gas is working.
Jo Martinez: No, Henry. Why did you choose death? What happened to you? Did you grow up next to a cemetery or something? I mean, your files says you were a gravedigger.
Henry Morgan: Yes, right. I guess... I enjoy solving puzzles. I mean, what greater riddle is there?
Jo Martinez: Well, what's to solve? You wanna live forever?
Henry Morgan: Not exactly.
1x18 Dead Men Tell Long Tales
- "Every person who has lived long enough has something in their past that must be forgotten -- a moment when they failed, or when they simply went right instead of left, and that simple choice changed their life for the worse. So we cover it up and forget. But deep down, we know it will comeback to haunt us." —Henry
- "You brought your gun on a date?" —Henry
- "A great alienist once told me that we must face those moments we chose to forget. Only by confronting our fears are we able to grow, to change, and to be able to face our next." —Henry
- The great curse for the immortal is that time ceases to exist. I think that's what I miss the most, feeling like every minute, every second could be your last. - Adam
- You can change things. Little things have it's diference.
- The weapon made you this can change kill you too.
- You can feel time again. The moment you saw a gun what can kill you. You can feel the death breathing on your neck.
- Peržiūrėti dar kartą
1x19 Punk Is Dead
- If a picture worth a thousand words, maybe he can provide with a few. - Henry
- Reikia keisto veikėjo.
- Jeigu prieš mane krauju pasruvęs koks nors įrankis - jokiu būdu nepalikti piršto antspaudų ir DNR.
- She was Eddie's kryptonite, only thing he loved more than that band. - Rich Dornis.
- "They say memories make us who we are., that the past defines us, but we can't forget to grow, evolve, because sometimes a memory can be so powerful that we get stuck in it, frozen in a moment." —Henry
- "Yes, some memories are precious...and we need to hang on to them. But Emily Dickinson wrote, 'Forever is composed of nows,' and she's right. If we root ourselves to deeply in the past, we'll miss what's right in front of us." —Henry
- Henry Morgan: I don't want to live without her! I'd die if I could, but that is not even a choice!
- Peržiūrėti dar kartą.
1x20 Best Foot Forward
- "Wake up, start walking in any direction, really, and get lost. Wander the streets until you're so terribly weak that you have no choice but to stop at the nearest café and order something to eat with a glass or two of whine. And then setback out into the city. And do it all over again. But know that this regimen works best only if done with someone you find very special." —Henry, about getting lost in Paris
- "There are moments in all of our lives when we are compelled to ask ourselves, 'How far are we willing to g for what we want? How much are we willing to risk, to sacrifice, to endure?' Because it's one thing to yearn for something...but quite another to find the strength to achieve it." —Henry
1x21 The Night in Question
- It's always hard, then someone dies and you don't have a closure. It can haunt us.
1x22 The Last Death of Henry Morgan
- Jo Martinez: What am I to you?
Henry Morgan: You're my friend, my partner. Someone I care very deeply about
Jo Martinez: But not enough to trust, huh? Here's what you've been to me. You are someone who has frustrated me and confused me and made me look at life in a different way. Most importantly you have me made feel again. For that I will always be grateful. Get out, Henry!
- "Don't worry. We'll find away out of this. We've got eternity together." —Henry
- "None of us can make it through this life without suffering some kind of pain. Having lived through my fair share, I can tell you the most difficult to endure is loneliness. Adam was right. Life is a game -- and one that we must play. No matter how careful we are, there is simply no way to go through this life unscathed. But, fortunately for us, its a game we don't have to play alone." —Henry