Sgt. Gavin Troy : Nice lad, but get a load of this - he's gonna get paid more for playing me than I am for being me.
Sgt. Gavin Troy : Your average villain's gone soft, carving up paintings. They'll be breaking the speed limit next or dropping litter.
D.C.I. Tom Barnaby : Why choose that picture? Why not one of the others? And having broken in, why not nick something?
Sgt. Gavin Troy : Have you got something against us having a quiet day, sir?
Dr. Catherine Bullard : [In Dr. Bullard's office] No real damage, Tom. You'll have a nasty bruise, though.
Dr. Catherine Bullard : A spade you say? I didn't know gardening could be so dangerous.
D.C.I. Tom Barnaby : This was ghost busting, Cathy.
Sgt. Gavin Troy : [enters office with nurse] Thanks a lot, Tracy. I'll call you next week, OK?
D.C.I. Tom Barnaby : Old friend?
Sgt. Gavin Troy : Uh... new friend.
Dr. Catherine Bullard : Right. Well, give my love to Joyce and Cully, won't you?
D.C.I. Tom Barnaby : Cathy, I wouldn't ask this unless it were important, and I know you've got a waiting room full of people out there, but if I wanted to drive someone over the edge, could I do it?
Sgt. Gavin Troy : I'm living proof of that, sir.
Alan Bradford : Can I ask something? How did old Bunsall know it was Jim in that grave?
D.C.I. Tom Barnaby : The power of extended logic, ultra common sense, if you like. We've all got it, but she uses it.
Anne Quarritch : You mean it's not a special gift like she'd have us believe?
D.C.I. Tom Barnaby : No, of course not.
Sgt. Gavin Troy : Not like she'd be the one to tell us, huh?
Eleanor Bunsall : Any more questions? Sensible ones?
Eleanor Bunsall : Yes?
Sgt. Gavin Troy : Does nothing die in your world, Miss Bunsall? You know, people, plants, animals?
Eleanor Bunsall : You are smarter than you look, young man. We are all part of an endless saga. We fade, yes, but only to reappear in ever brighter colors.
Sgt. Gavin Troy : So you can talk to Jonathan Lowrie, the dickie birds, or even a Christmas tree just as easily as you can talk to us.
Eleanor Bunsall : More so, because they appreciate what I say.