Det. Supt. Christopher Foyle: I would like you to read these reports.
Sgt. Paul Milner: [glances through the pages] Did you type these yourself?
Det. Supt. Christopher Foyle: As I said, I'm short-staffed at the moment.
Samantha Stewart: [to DCS Foyle about the Day of Prayer service] I hope the vicar's sermon's are shorter than my father's!
Guy Spencer: May I ask a question, Mr. Foyle? Are you by any chance Jewish?
[Foyle stares at him without expession and then leaves]
Guy Spencer: [to Milner] When the war is over, which could be very soon, believe me, it's going to be very important to have the right friends.
Rosemary Harwood: [Angrily] You're going through a lady's room? No gentleman would behave this way.
Det. Supt. Christopher Foyle: You know, you're right, but then again murder isn't a very gentlemanly business, Miss Harwood.