Sir Francis Bryan: [to Mary, who will not obey her father and acknowledge her illegitimacy] You are an unfilial daughter! Listen to me. I tell you, if you were my daughter, I'd slam your head against the wall 'til it was as soft as a boiled apple.
Mary Tudor: So as long as I live, I shall never forgive myself.
[she signs the submission]
Jane Seymour: [while Henry exchanges glances with Lady Misseldon over Jane's shoulder] Mary was so sweet and affectionate. She is everything I hoped she would be. It seems to be no wonder she's so marvelously beloved for her virtue and goodness in the hearts of the people. Your Majesty must invite her to court, show her off.
King Henry VIII: [appearing to be in deep thought] Hmm...
Jane Seymour: Your Majesty. Why will you not speak to me?
King Henry VIII: Because I'm disappointed
Jane Seymour: Why?
King Henry VIII: I'm disappointed because you are not yet with child.
Jane Seymour: I would really like to meet your daughter, Mary.
King Henry VIII: [smiles and walks over to her] Never speak of such matters again.
King Henry VIII: [in agony from his ulcer] I'll destroy them.
King Henry VIII: And after I've destroyed them, I'll destroy you Cromwell.
King Henry VIII: [to Jane Seymour when she gives an opinion on state matters] Don't speak of such matters again.
Sir Francis Bryan: [to Lady Ursula] I was wondering if you'd like to become my mistress.
Lady Ursula Misseldon: Sir.
King Henry VIII: [about reconciliation with Mary] If she truly wants to forget the unhappy past, then she can start by disowning it!