The Nurse (1997)
Laura Harriman: Carol.
[Carol turns around startled by Laura]
Laura Harriman: Did I startle you?
Carol Martin: What's the matter with Bob?
Laura Harriman: He's about to lose another wife.
Carol Martin: What?
[Carol is confused by Laura's remark and Laura violently pushes Carol down the stairs, Laura walks down the stairs and opens Bob's medical pouch and takes out a insulin syringe]
Laura Harriman: Poor thing, don't she know that too much insulin could make her dizzy?
[Laura flicks the syringe]
Laura Harriman: Even kill her?
Laura Harriman: [Laura has just finished killing a woman by stabbing her violently with a syringe] Potassium chloride does it every time.
Laura Harriman: [to Susan] I made you some tea.
[Laura sets down the tea]
Laura Harriman: I want to tell you something, I really admire you.
[they both start drinking their tea tea]
Laura Harriman: You have it all. An exciting carrier, a family who loves you, a handsome man who cares for you. And I think you love him too. I know it's none of my businesses but, um, if I were you I wouldn't let him get away a second time.
[Laura finishes her tea]
Laura Harriman: Well, I'm gonna check on your father.
Susan Lang: Thanks for the tea.
Laura Harriman: Enjoy it.