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Cully Barnaby (Character)
from "Midsomer Murders" (1997)

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"Midsomer Murders: Dead in the Water (#8.2)" (2004)
[first lines]
DCI Tom Barnaby: Oh no. The world and his wife's here.
Cully Barnaby: Kind of the idea, Dad. Couple of drinks, though, and you won't notice them.
Joyce Barnaby: [referring to passing yacht] Now that's the sort of thing, Tom. Only maybe more old-fashioned and stylish.
DCI Tom Barnaby: Yeah, that'll be it. Your mother thinks I need to relax more; weekends on the river, our own boat perhaps.
Cully Barnaby: It's a good idea. D'you know, there's loads for sale in the local paper.
DCI Tom Barnaby: Is this a conspiracy? In my job you get ten years for that.

Cully Barnaby: Typical family day out, really. We arrive somewhere and ten minutes later a serious crime is committed. Exit the old man.
Joyce Barnaby: I think he plans it that way.

Cully Barnaby: Right, the home team. Furthest from us: Midsomer Rowing Club Veterans.
DCI Tom Barnaby: [puts opera glasses to his eyes] They're not veterans! They're half our age! Joyce!

[Joyce Barnaby and Cully Barnaby are looking over the boats as they walk along the riverside]
Joyce Barnaby: That one would be too modern for your father. He'll want brass and mahogany everywhere.
[spies a decrepit old yacht]
Joyce Barnaby: Like that one for example.
Cully Barnaby: It's a bit tatty, mom.
Joyce Barnaby: Oh... Nothing a coat of varnish won't cure!

"Midsomer Murders: The Magician's Nephew (#11.5)" (2008)
[Cully holds up her father's Halloween costume]
Cully Barnaby: Will you please try this on?
DCI Tom Barnaby: What's that?
Joyce Barnaby: You didn't think you were going to a Halloween party in jeans and slippers, did you, Tom?
DCI Tom Barnaby: [terrified] Oh, no.
Cully Barnaby, Joyce Barnaby: [together] Oh, yes!

[Barnaby is dressed in a Dracula cloak for Halloween. Cully hands him a set of fangs]
Cully Barnaby: Now, Dad, I never thought I'd have to say this to you, but... put your teeth in.

"Midsomer Murders: Death and Dust (#10.5)" (2007)
[talking about Tom Barnaby]
Simon Dixon: I'd just like to put a smile on his face. Does he ever smile?
Cully Barnaby: Not for *many* boyfriends, no. Father of only daughter in one corner. Serious contender in the other. Could get nasty.

[last lines]
Joyce Barnaby: Supper in ten minutes.
DCI Tom Barnaby: No, make that half an hour; Simon and I are going to the Crown for a pint. Come on, young sir.
Cully Barnaby: [to Joyce] Now, that is what I call a result.
DCI Tom Barnaby: This patio may prove more expensive than I thought. Thank you.

"Midsomer Murders: Death of a Hollow Man (#1.3)" (1998)
Sergeant Troy: It's good, this. I've never been to the theater before.
Cully Barnaby: This isn't the theater, Gavin.

[last lines]
D.C.I. Barnaby, Joyce Barnaby, Cully Barnaby, Nicholas Bentley: The theater!

"Midsomer Murders: The Green Man (#7.1)" (2003)
[first lines]
Daniel Webster: Trouble.
Cully Barnaby: What?
Daniel Webster: Incoming. My dynamic dad.

"Midsomer Murders: Death in a Chocolate Box (#10.8)" (2007)
DCI Tom Barnaby: Who's this character you're playing?
Cully Barnaby: Varya.
DCI Tom Barnaby: And what is she?
Cully Barnaby: She is Madam Ranevsky's eldest daughter; wants to join a convent to become a nun, and has got a thing about needing to be helpful, but in fact just ends up driving everybody mad.
DCI Tom Barnaby: And the director thought that was you?
Cully Barnaby: Yup.
[they both laugh]

"Midsomer Murders: Death's Shadow (#2.1)" (1999)
[last lines]
Cully Barnaby: Mum, Dad.

"Midsomer Murders: The Maid in Splendour (#7.5)" (2004)
DCI Tom Barnaby: How's the Modsomer film festival coming along, then?
Cully Barnaby: Oh, great! The erotica season sold out straight away.
Cully Barnaby: Don't worry, I saved you a couple of tickets.
DCI Tom Barnaby: [dourly] Oh you must be joking.
Joyce Barnaby: [cheerfully] Oh, lovely! Thank you, darling!

"Midsomer Murders: Dance with the Dead (#10.1)" (2006)
Cully Barnaby: Where's Dad's investigation taking place at the moment?
Joyce Barnaby: Some village or other.
Cully Barnaby: You've been conned, Mum.
Joyce Barnaby: What?
[Cully indicates Ben, then goes over to him]
DS Ben Jones: Hi, Cully.
Cully Barnaby: Don't tell me what you're doing here; I've already sussed it.
DS Ben Jones: I'm undercover.
Cully Barnaby: Yes, but your feet give you away.

"Midsomer Murders: Blood Wedding (#11.2)" (2008)
[last lines]
DCI Tom Barnaby: You OK?
Cully Barnaby: Can't see a bloody thing.

"Midsomer Murders: The Axeman Cometh (#10.4)" (2007)
Cully Barnaby: [to her father] Dad. Please. Try and maintain the gap between the generations.

"Midsomer Murders: A Talent for Life (#6.1)" (2003)
Joyce Barnaby: Oh look! So sweet! The children look lovely in those huge bonnets.
Joyce Barnaby: They're so serious.
Cully Barnaby: With good reason. They're in the work house. Most of them will probably never reach adulthood.
Joyce Barnaby: Well! This one looks cheery. What are they celebrating?
Cully Barnaby: The end of the first world war...

"Midsomer Murders: Bad Tidings (#7.2)" (2004)
[last lines]
Cully Barnaby: I've invited you all here because I didn't want to cancel, and I didn't want to come here alone. So...
Joyce Barnaby: That's understandable.
Cully Barnaby: Will you join me in a toast? To absent friends.
[they clink glasses]
DCI Tom Barnaby: To absent friends,

"Midsomer Murders: Four Funerals and a Wedding (#9.5)" (2006)
Muriel: The society's still going strong, I believe, and the centrepiece is the Skimmington Ride.
DCI Tom Barnaby: As I understand it, that ride is a barbaric medieval ritual, revived by the Skimmington ladies to humiliate their menfolk.
Muriel: Yes. I'd really rather like to see it.
Cully Barnaby: Unmissable.
Muriel: There. That's settled.

"Midsomer Murders: Blood Will Out (#2.4)" (1999)
[last lines]
Cully Barnaby: He's doing coq au vin with bread and butter pudding.

"Midsomer Murders: Bantling Boy (#8.4)" (2005)
Cully Barnaby: I have an audition.
Joyce Barnaby: Ah, that's great, Cully. What is it?
Cully Barnaby: Oh, to play Hero.
DCI Tom Barnaby: Shouldn't that be 'heroine'?
Cully Barnaby: No, Dad. Hero's a woman. Shakespeare. "Much Ado about Nothing."
DCI Tom Barnaby: Let's hope this time it isn't.

"Midsomer Murders: Fit for Murder (#13.8)" (2011)
[last lines]
Joyce Barnaby: This is weird.
Cully Barnaby: It is. So, Dad, what now?
DCI Tom Barnaby: What now? I'm going to have my cake and eat it.

"Midsomer Murders: Sins of Commission (#7.4)" (2004)
Sergeant Dan Scott: [remarking on the sexy Jezebel] Very tasty!
Cully Barnaby: It's not just Muesli she eats for breakfast, you know.

"Midsomer Murders: Written in Blood (#1.2)" (1998)
Cully Barnaby: [Cully introduces her cute kitten to her parents] His name's Killmouskie, he's a Russian Blue.
D.C.I. Barnaby: He's yours?
Cully Barnaby: Yeah, I sort of adopted him.
D.C.I. Barnaby: Oh don't tell me you're looking for new foster parents.
Cully Barnaby: Well it's just while I'm away. He's very clean, he won't be any trouble. I'll bring you some Polish Vodka.

"Midsomer Murders: Last Year's Model (#9.8)" (2006)
Cully Barnaby: When people are deluded, they can often think that they're actually telling the truth, so the normal signs just don't apply.

"Midsomer Murders: Vixen's Run (#9.3)" (2006)
DCI Tom Barnaby: [Referring to Sir Freddy] Maybe he found the legendary Haddington emeralds.
Cully Barnaby: Do they actually exist?
DCI Tom Barnaby: No, that's why they're legendary.