Benton Fraser takes one of 'something like' 82 sick days that he is owed, to spend it with Victoria.
Benton Fraser: It snowed for a day and a night and a day. And when I couldn't talk any more, I took her fingers and I put them in my mouth, to keep them warm. I don't remember losing consciousness but I do remember being aware that I was dying. And then I heard her voice. She was reciting a poem, over and over. I couldn't make out the words but I couldn't stop listening. She had the most beautiful voice. It was as though I had known her forever, across a thousand lifetimes.
Ray Vecchio: Chuckles ain't no clown, that's for sure.
Benton Fraser: Jolly?
Ray Vecchio: Yeah, he's got quite a history.
Benton Fraser: Your cabin burned down last week.
Bob Fraser: Mmm. Well, I don't use it much anymore.
Ray Vecchio: You got a woman in there?
Benton Fraser: Yes.
Ray Vecchio: Heh heh heh. Way to go, man! Way to go! You got an actual woman. You.
Vendor: Hey, mister! Mister! Take a look. Twenty bucks for genuine Eskimo soapstone sculpture.
Benton Fraser: Actually this isn't soapstone. It's not even stone. It's soap. And you might be curious to discover that the Inuit are not indigenous to Taiwan.
Victoria Metcalf: Shh! This is my favorite movie. I've always wanted to be Eve Kendall.
Benton Fraser: But she sends Cary Grant to be killed.
Victoria Metcalf: She had no choice.
Bob Fraser: Well, she was a criminal. You had no choice but to bring her to justice. Are you going to eat those fries?
Bob Fraser: In my 57 years of being alive and 14 months of being dead, I've only learned one thing about women and that's that I haven't learned one damn thing about women.
Ray: So how did you two meet?
Victoria: He arrested me.
Ray: He meets a lot of people that way.
- Possession [piano version] (Sarah McLachlan, from Fumbling Toward Ecstasy)
- O God, My God (The Baha'i Chronicle)