Quotes of the Week: April 2-22

I meant to post this last week, but got distracted by Easter, so these are my favorite quotes from the past *three* weeks, mostly from shows currently on the air, but also other random things I happen to be watching.

Black Sails
Flint: They paint the world full of shadows, and then tell their children to stay close to the light.

Jack: I will go on from time to time, but generally in the service of thoroughness, and always with the best of intentions.

Into the Badlands
Waldo: You ready to face the music?
The Widow: And make them dance to my tune.

Vivian: You really should tan and dye. We’re trying to keep a secret here.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Simmons: You’re not even real, you rogue piece of code!

Jim: I can’t believe you had sex with that guy.
Jules: Why? he’s very nice, and knows a lot about wine, and isn’t diabetic. And around here, that makes him the catch of the frickin’ century.

Jim: Baseball makes me want to exist. You…you make me want to live.

The Man In The High Castle
Joe: You can’t build a better world if there’s nothing left of it.

When Calls the Heart
AJ: I thought there was something between us.
Bill: There is. They’re called bars.

Into the Badlands
Waldo: You are The Widow. When you walk into that room, be what they least expect you to be. Fearless.

Clive: See, I know what’s happening right now with the brain, but it still freaks me out.

Jim: If you’re gonna chew tobacco, don’t let it get all over the floor. That’s what Hitler would’ve done.

Lulu: I have an errand.
Melody: A what?
Lulu: An errand.
Melody: A what?
Lulu: An errand.
Melody: You have to use a different word.

Sherlock: A legally blind private eye. No comment.

Joan: You’re being a snob.
Sherlock: Someone has to be.

Donn E: I was thinkin’…
Angus: I don’t think you should start sentences that way anymore.

Gail: I said I didn’t get out to bars much. I didn’t say I don’t drink alone at home.

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