DCI Tom Barnaby: Surely he tested the door if his life depended on it.
Sgt Gavin Troy: Maybe it didn't occur to him.
DCI Tom Barnaby: Well he'd have been very stupid not to have double-checked that, wouldn't he?
Sgt Gavin Troy: Well, there's nothing to say murderers have to be members of Mensa, sir.
DCI Tom Barnaby: Do you see a lesson in all of this?
Sgt Gavin Troy: Always follow your first instinct.
DCI Tom Barnaby: I couldn't help noticing the Vegetarian Society magazine. Are you a member?
Angela Goff: Yes. Why?
DCI Tom Barnaby: Just curious. I know your husband was a keen fisherman and did a bit of shooting.
Angela Goff: We had a 'live and let live' household.
DCI Tom Barnaby: You didn't eat the trout he caught then?
Angela Goff: Fish may not be the cleverest of God's creatures, but to class them as vegetables is a little unkind.
Sgt Gavin Troy: [motions to trout found beside murder victims] Looks like his cause of death was pretty similar.
Joyce Barnaby: Oh look! So sweet! The children look lovely in those huge bonnets.
Joyce Barnaby: They're so serious.
Cully Barnaby: With good reason. They're in the work house. Most of them will probably never reach adulthood.
Joyce Barnaby: Well! This one looks cheery. What are they celebrating?
Cully Barnaby: The end of the first world war...