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[referring to his career as a Horseman of the Apocalypse
: I killed ten thousand and I was good at it. And it wasn't for vengeance, it wasn't for greed; it was because I liked it. I was Death. Death on a horse.
: Did you really kill all those people? Methos
: Yes, is that what you to hear? Killing was all I knew, is *that* what you want to hear? Duncan MacLeod
: It's enough Methos
: No, it is not enough. I killed, but I didn't just kill fifty, I didn't just kill a hundred. I killed thousand. I killed ten thousand. And I was good at it. And it wasn't for vengeance. It wasn't for greed. It was because I liked it. Cassandra was nothing, her village was nothing. Do you know who I was? *Death*! Death. Death on horse! When mothers warned their children that the monster would get them, that monster was me. I was the nightmare that kept them awake at night. Is that was you want to hear? Than the answer... is yes. Oh, yes.
: I killed more people. Silas
: Women and children don't count! Caspian
: I'll kill you just as well. Methos
: Lay it down, Caspian! Caspian
: Why should I? Methos
: [holds a sword to his throat
] Because if you do not, I will kill you! Trust me, if I have to lose one, it WILL be you.
: [feels a quickening
] Mac, is that you?
[a knife stabs him in the chest
] Greetings, Brother. Methos
[gasps in pain
: I missed you too.
: Been a long time. How do you feel? Methos
: [after being stabbed in the chest
] Like I left my heart in San Fransisco. Kronos
: I didn't know you had a heart. Does it hurt? Methos
: What do you think? Kronos
: Since you asked? I think you're not used to pain, Brother. What's happened, you gone soft?
: Hijad... my people, take me to my people. Methos
: You want to see them? Cassandra
: Yes. Methos
: [points to a bunch of skulls
] There they are. Cassandra
: You killed them? All of them? Methos
: Including you! Cassandra
: [looks where she was stabbed
] The wound... it's gone! I should be dead.
: [deleted scene, about the skulls of their victims
] Caspian keeps the heads, he thinks it makes him smarter... so far it hasn't worked.
: For a long time, I thought you were dead, I didn't bother looking for you. But then I heard rumors, 'Methos the world's oldest man', you slipped up there, old friend, you got sloppy. Methos
: Well we're none of us perfect. Kronos
: I shouldn't be surprised you're still alive, you were always the one I counted on. You weren't the strongest or the toughest, but you were the survivor. It's what you did best... or did. Methos
: So you've come to kill me. Kronos
: It's what I do best! But you do have a choice. Methos
: Well I'm always one for choices. Kronos
: Well, you can either lose your head, or join me. Methos
: Since you put it that way, welcome back, Brother.
: [Methos steps in front of Silas as Silas is about to kill Cassandra
] You're challenging me for the girl's head? Take her, she's yours, Brother. Methos
: I am NOT your brother. Silas
: How can you do this? How can you go against everything you are? Methos
: You don't know ANYTHING about me!
: [Methos is walking away
] Methos. What about Cassandra? Methos
: One of a thousand regrets, MacLeod. One of a thousand regrets.
: Why do you think I didn't tell you? I knew how you'd react. What I've done, you can't forgive, it's not in your nature.
: Kronos didn't torch those villages for a few coins, he torched them to watch them BURN! And now he'll have a nuclear bomb or a plane full of Napalm but the effect with be the same. The world living in fear of the Horsemen.
: A bomb with the virus in a fountain? How many people do you think that will kill? You've gone soft. Caspian
] I'm scared, are you scared? Methos
: It's a prelude, have you read Aristotle's Poetics? No of course not, you've never even seen Casablanca. What is the first rule of great drama? Start small and build. First a bomb in a fountain to kill a few. Then a public pool to kill a hundred, then a stadium to kill 10,000, then, one drop of the virus in the city's water supply, within a week. Kronos
: And then a country. Methos
: You want to own the world? You offer them a choice. The Horsemen rule or they all die. Kronos
: The Horsemen rule of the world dies. That has a nice ring to it.
: What are you going to do with Caspari? Kronos
: Rehabilitate him. Dr. Cernaveda
: Are you serious? Kronos
: Uh huh. Dr. Cernaveda
: You can't be serious. Methos
: Why? What did he do? Dr. Cernaveda
: Nobody knows how many people he's killed. They found parts in his basement, his garden... his freezer. Silas
: So why don't they execute him? Dr. Cernaveda
: In a less progressive age he would've been, but today we are more humane. I don't know what you want with this one but believe me, he is better off dead. Methos
: Very humane.
: We never raise a blade against each other, isn't that right, Methos? Methos
: You said it.
: You trust me? Duncan MacLeod
: You'll do.
: [after burying Joe Dawson
] I'm done. Methos
: Why are you upset MacLeod? Is it because Joe's dead or because you, the great Highlander, couldn't save him? Duncan MacLeod
: Go to hell! Methos
: So this is the new MacLeod? A man who turns his back on the memory of his friend, his clan? The quiter? Duncan MacLeod
: [Duncan punches Methos, draws Reggie's sword
] Get up! Cardinal Giovanni
: This is Holy Ground! Duncan MacLeod
: I don't care! Reggie Weller
: [restraining Anna
] No. This is what we do. Methos
: You know why Joe interfered? Duncan MacLeod
: Why? Methos
: It wasn't for me. It was for *you*. So you might be the one. And now, you're just gonna piss all over his grave. Well, come on! Duncan MacLeod
: Don't hide behind that bullshit, Methos. You wanna blame somebody, blame *yourself*! You got him involved!
: Rome was a long time ago, my friend. Cardinal Giovanni
: Not for me it wasn't.
: Leave him. Duncan MacLeod
: I can't.
: Why didn't he take his head? Methos
: WHY didn't he know he was here?
: You're an asshole. Methos
: I never said I was deep.
: I thought God wouldn't let this happen to a true Christian. Methos
: You know, Giovanni, I saw Christ teach, I saw Christ heal, you, you self centered son of a bitch, are NO Christian!
: I just didn't think you existed. Methos
: Well, it's good to be a myth. Duncan Macleod
: Yeah, no one hunts for a myth. Or a Watcher. Methos
: What better place to hide? I'm in charge of finding myself and I make sure it never happens. Even got a few entries on you in my journal. Duncan Macleod
: You keep a diary? Methos
: I've been keeping it almost since writing began. Duncan Macleod
: That would make a hell of a read. Methos
: You could say that. How may people have stood on the same stage with Julius Caesar and the Rolling Stones?
: When was the last time you faced anyone? Methos
: Ooh, uh. What are we?
[checks his watch
: Sixth of March. Uhh... two hundred years. Duncan Macleod
: Oh, that's good. Methos
: I may be a bit rusty, but I'm still here. Duncan Macleod
: Well, let's keep it that way.
: Live, Highlander. Grow stronger. Fight another day.
: You know a little about Buddhist monks. Some of them come to cherish life so much that to step on an insect or harm a blade of grass becomes a violation of their creed, so the place themsleves under an extreme form of protective custody, a sanctuary of sorts. Well, for an Immortal who comes to abhor the bloodshed, there's a similar solution - a way to be removed from the game forever. Though the price is unimaginably high, but you are, for all practical purposes, protected from the violence within you.
: What're you doing here? Joe Dawson
: Keeping tabs on you. Duncan MacLeod
: Yeah? Well somebody should've kept tabs on that psychotic asshole back there. Methos
: Didn't you get it back in London? These guys don't play by the rules.
: [hands Duncan his katana
] I liberated that from their lost and found. Duncan MacLeod
: There's blood on it. Methos
: I didn't say it was easy.
: Methos became Richie's teacher, but he taught him a lot more than how to use a sword. Richie Ryan
: It's done. Methos
: Any problems? Richie Ryan
: Yeah, I didn't think a million bucks would be that heavy.
] Richie Ryan
: Oh yeah. Kronos
: I think our friend is a quick learner. Methos
: Well I can always spot potential.
: [Methos draws his sword on Richie
] What's going on? Methos
: It's a reckoning.
: We've got to stop meeting like this, people will talk.