[about his cancer]
Alan Clifford: I didn't fancy chemo. I thought about it, but then I thought no, I'd rather go out with my hair on and my trousers down.
[talking about alternative medicine and its remedies]
Scott: People pay for stuff like that?
Barnaby: Things you buy from a proper chemist - they're just a purified version.
Scott: Oh sure. "Doctor, it's my throat." "Never mind, madam. Suck a frog three times a day after meals."
[Barnaby and Sgt. Scott have just arrived at the scene of the burnt straw woman]
Scott: Nice night for a barbeque.
Kate Malpas: Do you know why that pub's called 'The Oak'?
Kate Malpas: Used to be an old tree in that spot. The first Katherine Malpas was hanged there, with all the other so-called witches.
Kate Malpas: There were no witches burned in this village; only straw women. Still, everyone loves a good bonfire, eh.