Free Willie (Due South)

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  • Benton Fraser: She shot my hat, Ray.

Ray Vecchio: She shot you in the hat?
Benton Fraser: I can feel air coming in through the hole.
Ray Vecchio: She shot you in the hat alright.
Benton Fraser: How does it look?
Ray Vecchio: It doesn't look good.
Benton Fraser: We'll have to go home and get my other one.
Ray Vecchio: We can do that, Fraser.

  • Benton Fraser: You know, Ray, when I was a young man my father told me one thing to always remember about thieves. Actually, he told me two things but I've forgotten the other one. Anyway, the important one is that despite the adage you will rarely find honor among thieves.

Ray Vecchio: You can’t remember the other one?
Benton Fraser: It was something about tying a wallet to your underwear. I was very young at the time.

  • (Fraser holds the door for several people.)

Benton Fraser: After you, sir. After you.
Ray Vecchio: Do all Canadians grow up longing to be doormen? Because that would explain the uniform.

  • Willie Lambert: Fraser, you know crack dealers are even afraid to come into this neighborhood?

Benton Fraser: Good night, Willie.
Willie Lambert: Fraser, why is this money pink?
Benton Fraser: Good night, Willie.

  • Ray Vecchio: Where is he?

Benton Fraser: Who?
Ray Vecchio: The kid, the purse snatcher. Where is he? I want to book him.
Benton Fraser: Oh, I let him go.
Ray Vecchio: You let him go?
Benton Fraser: Well, he apologized and promised never to steal again.
Ray Vecchio: You just let him go?
Benton Fraser: Not without a stern warning. Also he gave me this. (hands Ray a gun)
Ray Vecchio: Does the word incarcerate mean anything to you?
Benton Fraser: Well, it’s from the Medieval Latin, incarcerati.
Ray Vecchio: Medieval Latin. You let a perpetrator go and you're giving me Latin?
Benton Fraser: Perpetrator is also from the Latin perpetrare.
Ray Vecchio: Shut up, okay? Just shut up!


  1. Due South/Free Willie.