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    • Benoit Blanc: Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to request that you all stay until the investigation is completed.
    • Linda Drysdale: What?
    • Joni Thrombey: Can we ask why? Has something changed?
    • Benoit Blanc: No...
    • Joni Thrombey: No, it hasn't changed, or no, we can't ask?
    • Benoit Blanc: This is a twisted web, and we are not finished untangling it, not yet.
    • Ransom Drysdale: What is this, CSI: KFC?
    • Benoit Blanc: I suspect foul play. I have eliminated no suspects.
    • [quoting Linda's line when he revealed he was disinherited, to the family now they've learned they all are]
    • Ransom Drysdale: This might be the best thing that has ever happened to you. My mother, ladies and gentlemen.
    • Marta Cabrera: I've never been to a will reading before.
    • Benoit Blanc: You'd think it'd be like a game show, but think of a community production of a tax return.
    • [Sees Marta]
    • Greatnana Wanetta: Ransom? Are you back again?
    • Benoit Blanc: You have a regurgitative reaction to mistruths.
    • Benoit Blanc: It's a weird case from the start. A case with a hole in the center. A doughnut.
    • Linda Drysdale: We are the Thrombeys, goddamnit! This is still our house!
    • Benoit Blanc: I spoke in the car about the hole at the center of this doughnut. And yes, what you and Harlan did that fateful night seems at first glance to fill that hole perfectly. A doughnut hole in the doughnut's hole. But we must look a little closer. And when we do, we see that the doughnut hole has a hole in its center - it is not a doughnut hole at all but a smaller doughnut with its own hole, and our doughnut is not a hole at all!
    • Marta Cabrera: What was that about will readings being boring?
    • Benoit Blanc: The exception that proves the rule.
    • Benoit Blanc: The game is afoot. Eh, Watson?
    • Lieutenant Elliott: That... was the dumbest car chase of all time.
    • Marta Cabrera: You're not much of a detective, are you?
    • Benoit Blanc: Well, to be fair, you make a pretty lousy murderer.
    • [to Marta]
    • Linda Drysdale: Were you boinking my father?
    • Benoit Blanc: Physical evidence can tell a clear story with a forked tongue.
    • Harlan Thrombey: Close the book with a flourish.
    • [of the novel Gravity's Rainbow]
    • Benoit Blanc: It describes the path of a projectile determined by natural law. Et voila, my method. I observe the facts without biases of the head or heart. I determine the arc's path, stroll leisurely to its terminus and the truth falls at my feet.
    • Benoit Blanc: Best judge of character is a dog. I've found that to be true.
    • Benoit Blanc: Why is grief the providence of youth? I don't know. But I'd imagine that age deepens all feelings.
    • Benoit Blanc: But the complexity and the gray lie not in the truth but what you do with the truth once you have it.
    • Benoit Blanc: What's the cheese?
    • Benoit Blanc: Harlan's detectives, they dig, they rifle and root. Truffle pigs. I anticipate the terminus of Gravity's Rainbow.
    • Marta Cabrera: Gravity's Rainbow.
    • Benoit Blanc: It's a novel.
    • Marta Cabrera: Yeah, I know. I haven't read it though.
    • Benoit Blanc: Neither have I. Nobody has. But I like the title. It describes the path of a projectile determined by natural law.
    • [Talking to his caretaker, Marta Cabrera, about his nephew, Ransom Drysdale]
    • Harlan Thrombey: There's so much of *me* in that kid. Confident. Stupid. I don't know... protected. Playing life like a game without consequences.
    • [Grabs a knife out of a nearby display stand]
    • Harlan Thrombey: Until you can't tell the difference
    • [pauses and takes the knife out of its sheath]
    • Harlan Thrombey: between a stage prop... and a real knife.
    • [Stabs the table in front of him with the knife blade; the knife remains upright]
    • Other Woman: Knives out, thighs out
    • [Marta and Harlan are playing "Go"]
    • Harlan Thrombey: I don't know how you beat me at this every time.
    • Marta Cabrera: I'm not trying to beat you. I'm creating a beautiful pattern.
    • Harlan Thrombey: That's elder abuse. I'm calling the AARP.
    • [to Marta]
    • Benoit Blanc: I want you to know that you didn't win the game by playing it Harlan's way, you won it by playing it your way. Because you have a good heart.
    • [last lines]
    • Marta Cabrera: This family, I should care for them. Right?
    • Benoit Blanc: Well, I have my own opinions. But I think you should follow your heart.
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