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Quotes for
Dr. Grayling Russell (Character)
from "Inspector Morse" (1987)

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"Inspector Morse: The Last Enemy (#3.2)" (1989)
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: [Referring to the corpse] Shall I show you?
Chief Inspector Morse: No, thank you, my dear. I'll leave that to Sergeant Lewis.
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: I do wish you wouldn't call me 'your dear,' Morse.
Chief Inspector Morse: How does one address a lady pathologist first thing in the morning?
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: [Dryly] Well, 'Doctor' would do.

Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: [From her car as Morse heads toward a pub] Need any help?
Chief Inspector Morse: My mother always insisted I should have a proper breakfast.
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: Medical opinion would agree with her.


"Inspector Morse: The Secret of Bay 5B (#3.4)" (1989)
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: [Approaching a dead body in a car in evening dress] Any blood, Inspector?
Chief Inspector Morse: No.
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: Good. This dress cost a fortune; I'd have had to step out of it.

[last lines]
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: You owe me a dance. Oh, I can dance to anything.
Chief Inspector Morse: Really?
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: Yeah.
Chief Inspector Morse: You should try dancing to the back end of Lohengrin sometime.
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: No. No. Let's have something from Parsifal since we're going to a performance.
Chief Inspector Morse: Uh, look, um... no, we're uh... we're not. I'm sorry, uh, it's uh...
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: Oh.
[she holds up two tickets]
Chief Inspector Morse: Where did you get those!
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: I wish I could say from a grateful patient, like any decent healer.
Chief Inspector Morse: But how?
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: By phoning the box office night and day to ask about returns. By diverting my technician from a highly complex analysis of stomach contents to go in to collect them. By then ask...
Chief Inspector Morse: You're amazing. You shall have your wish.
[takes an album from his collection and removes the record from the sleeve]
Chief Inspector Morse: I don't believe this.
Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist: Why, what have you found?
Chief Inspector Morse: My lost tickets.