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Lafferty (Character)
from "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries" (2001)

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"The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Natural Causes (#5.1)" (2006)
D.I. Fiona Knight: Thomas Lynley! I've heard a lot about you.
Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley: Good things, I hope?
Lafferty: And the bad things aren't his fault.

Lafferty: [as Lynley enters the morgue] Never was there a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.
Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley: [Annoyed] Do you have a different quote for every autopsy you do?
Lafferty: What's better - to see them as pieces of meat or fragments of poetry?

"The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: One Guilty Deed (#5.2)" (2006)
Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley: [Entering morgue and hearing rock music being played] It's hardly appropriate music, is it?
Lafferty: [Referring to the corpse] Well, it's not for him; it's for me.

"The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: The Seed of Cunning (#4.3)" (2005)
Lafferty: [Playing a video game in the morgue] Nothing like a little bit of the ultra-violence to unwind.
[Looking around him at the corpses]
Lafferty: The corpses see enough of the consequences. It makes a nice change.