29 May 2013

Quotes from "They keep killing Suzie"

Swanson: Are you always this dressy, for a murder investigation?
Jack: What, you rather me naked?
Swanson: God help me; the stories are true.

("Torchwood" is written in blood at a murder scene) 
Swanson: Looks like somebody wants your attention.
Jack: They’ve got it.

Owen: Still, at least we've got a head start. If it’s someone we’ve pissed off, that narrows it down to, oh, four or five million.
Jack: And that’s just the humans.

Jack: Ianto, how many people have we given amnesia pills to?
Ianto: Two thousand and eight.
Owen: Hey, what if they all become psychotic?
Tosh: Do you have to sound so happy?

Owen: You know, we never gave it a cool name.
Tosh: I thought we called it the Resurrection Gauntlet.
Owen: Cool name.
Ianto: What about...the Risen Mitten?
(Jack and Owen both look less than impressed) 
Ianto: I think it's catchy.

Ianto: Amazing. She's a natural - 24 seconds.
Owen: Give Ianto a stopwatch and he's happy.
Ianto: It's the button on the top.

Gwen: Have I got this right? When I die, you get to keep all of my possessions? My whole life's gonna get stashed in a locker?
Jack: Rules and regulations.
Gwen: What if I leave all my stuff to Rhys?
Jack: We'll stash him away too.

Suzie: It's my fault, isn't it? It never bloody stops being my fault. Can't you just let me die?
Jack: You don't get off that easy.

Jack: I had a boyfriend who used to walk into rooms like that. The grand entrance. Got kind of boring. Though he was one of twins, so I put up with it. Twin acrobats. Man, I gotta write that book. Maybe even illustrate it. I can talk for a long time, a very long time…

Suzie: That night, my last night on Earth - so I thought - before I shot myself, I shot Jack right through the head. I killed him, stone dead. And then he just stood up and lived. Am I right? Did that happen? Gwen?
Gwen: Yes, it did.
Suzie: So he can survive a bullet through the head?
Gwen: Yes.
Suzie: How?
Gwen: I don't know. He won't explain it properly. He said something happened to him a while back. He said, he said he can't die. Not ever.
Suzie: And he makes judgements about whether I'm allowed to live. It's all very easy for Captain Jack, isn’t it?

Suzie: We're just animals howling in the night, cause it's better than silence.

Jack: Why are you doing this?
Suzie: Because life is all, Jack. You should know! I’d do anything to stay. Anything.

Suzie: Captain, my Captain. Do you want to know a secret? There’s something moving in the dark and it’s coming, Jack Harkness, it’s coming for you.

Ianto: If you're interested, I've still got that stopwatch.
Jack: So?
Ianto: Well. Think about it. Lots of things you can do with a stopwatch.
Jack: Oh yeah! I could think of a few.
Ianto: There's quite a list.
Jack: I'll send the others home early. See you in my office in ten.
Ianto: That's ten minutes and counting.

Ianto: What do you want me to say on the death certificate?
Jack: Good question.
Ianto: She had quite a few deaths in the end.
Jack: I don’t know. "Death by Torchwood".

Ianto: That's the thing about gloves - they come in pairs...

27 May 2013

Series Seven Part Two

I have to say I really liked the second part of series seven but now we have to wait sooo long for the 50th special. I guess I have to spend this time with re-watching of some of the older episodes.
Well, back to series seven. I can't really say which episode was my favourite because I liked most of them equally. The only episode I didn't like very much was "The Rings of Akhaten". It was a brilliant looking episode but I just thought that there wasn't enough story behind it.
The interactions of Clara and the Doctor are great, although it would be nice to get to know her a bit better. We know a lot about her past and how she behaves but maybe the character needs just a little more depth. Otherwise I'm really happy with her as a companion.
Matt was again brilliant as the Doctor and I hope he will play the role for at least one series more.
What I don't understand is all the Steven Moffat hate on the net. I think he is great as the showrunner of Doctor Who. If you don't like the episodes anymore then stop watching and don't try to ruin the experience for everybody else. Maybe that's one of the reasons Steven left Twitter.
But enough of that. The second half of the seventh series was great to watch and ended with a hell of a cliffhanger for the 50th anniversary special.

22 May 2013

Quotes from "Greeks Bearing Gifts"

Jack: Once, just once, I’d like to walk into one of these tents and find it’s a party, with food, and drink, and dancing; a girl crying in the corner.

(finding a skeleton) 
Gwen: Any idea what it is.
Jack: Not a clue. Could be a weapon or a really big stapler. Hows our friend there?
Owen: She's dead.
Jack: Yeah, thanks, Quincy.

Gwen: (helping Owen up) Oh you're so light, you're like a girl!
Owen: I’m not light. I’m wiry. The fat girls go mad for it. But I guess I don’t need to tell you that

Owen: You know what, Tosh, sometimes I think even that stick up your arse has got a stick up its arse. 

Mary: Toshiko Sato, born in London 1975, moved to Osaka when you were two then back to the UK in 1986. Parents in the RAF, Grandfather worked at Bletchley Park, very impressive. University, blah blah, snapped up by government scientist think-tank when you were twenty, recruited to Torchwood three years ago.

Tosh: What’s most amazing are the similarities with our own culture, but that can be horrible ‘cause we find lots of weapons and it just makes you think "my God, everything wages war". It’s not just a trait of ours, but a trait of existence. And it makes you feel so hopeless. But then there are times, we found this thing, it was about A4 size and it had all these symbols on it and it took me about three months to translate. It was a letter someone had written to his family; to his children to say how much he was missing them. It just made me cry because I thought, "even across these unimaginable distances, there are fundamentals that stay exactly the same". And there’s no-one to talk to about this. I mean, the guys at work, they’re great but, they don’t see it the way I do. (Pauses) I could be fired just for telling you that.

Gwen: (thinking about Tosh) Oh, sweetheart, the jeans and the boots thing has really kind of had its day. 

Ianto: (thinking) Can't imagine a time when this isn't everything. Pain so constant, like my stomach's full of rats. Feels like this is all I am now. There isn't an inch of me that doesn't hurt. (aloud; cheerily) I’m about to brew some of Jack’s industrial strength coffee. Would you like a cup?
Tosh: I’m… fine, thanks Ianto.

Gwen: As you may remember, at the building site, Owen said that this was a woman killed by a single gunshot.
Owen: Yeah, I’d been like a minute.
Gwen: Since then he’s had to tweak some of his initial conclusions. This first being that this isn’t in fact a woman, but a man.
Owen: A young man. A very girly man.
Gwen: But, still, ultimately a man. Then there was the cause of death. Owen said GSW. The correct answer was…
Owen: Unidentified trauma. But…
Tosh: Unidentified trauma?
Gwen: You see it in RTAs. When something like a steering column or a post goes into a body at great velocity. But the one thing that could be ruled out was…
Owen: Gunshot wound.
Gwen: Gunshot wound. Was there in fact any part of your prognosis that was right?
Owen: I got that it was… a skeleton.

Owen: So I started looking into devil worship and stuff from that era, see if there’s anything about plucking out hearts. And would you believe it, there’s nothing. They ate eyeballs, they drank blood, they had sex with animals but they did not pluck out each other’s hearts, ‘cause obviously that would have been weird.

Tosh: I’m giving them the pendant.
Mary: Right, let’s...
Tosh: You’re right. It’s not like reading someone’s diary. It’s so much worse, and it makes me feel dirty and ashamed and now I’m spying on my friends.
Mary: Some friends.
Tosh: What’s that supposed to mean?
Mary: They pity you. They exclude you.

Tosh: So I’m shagging a woman and an alien.
Mary: Which is worse?
Tosh: I know which one my parents would say.

Tosh: I can’t stand it anymore. The weight of it, the depravity, the fear, it fills me up. It’s in my mouth, in my hair, my eyes, like I’m drowning in ink. And even when I don’t have the pendant on, it feels like there’s nothing, I can’t forget the things I’ve seen, the things I’ve heard. It’s like a curse, something the gods sent to drive someone mad. I had hope, I’d see something, a little random act of kindness, and make me think we were safe. Some essential good in us. There isn’t. It’s like one of the Weevils, look inside and there’s just a great chilling scream. You were right. Everything you said about us: we’re frightened and callous and I can’t be a part of it any longer. I don’t know what to do. Tell me what to do.
Mary: Get me into Torchwood.

Mary: You smell... different than them.
Jack: That's nothing. It's when you compare teeth with a British guy. That's when it's really scary.
Mary: What are you?
Jack: I don't know.

Tosh: Has she gone home?
Jack: I reset the coordinates.
Tosh: Where to?
Jack: To the centre of the Sun. It shouldn't be hot, I mean, we sent her there at night and everything.
Tosh: You killed her.
Jack: Yes!

Tosh: Why couldn’t I read your mind?
Jack: I don’t know. Though I could feel you scrabbling around in there.
Tosh: I got nothing. It’s like you were… dead.

Tosh: Jack, something Mary said. Probably the only honest thing she ever did say. I asked her why she gave it to me. She said after a while, it gets to you. It changes how you see people. How can I live with it?
Jack: There are some things we’re not supposed to know. You got a snapshot, nothing more.
Tosh: I don’t mean about Gwen and Ianto and Owen. I mean, the whole world.

20 May 2013

Series 7 Episode 13: The Name of the Doctor

Summary (Spoilers):
Madam Vastra, Jenny, Strax, Clara and River have a conference call in a dream room. Vastra tells them about the coordinates where the Doctor's greatest secret is hidden and also mentions Trenzalore. Meanwhile someone is in Madam Vastra's house and kills Jenny and River wakes her and Strax up. They find themselves surrounded by Whisper Men, who take them away. More appear in the dream room together with the Great Intelligence. When Clara wakes up, she tells the Doctor what has happened and that he can only save his friends when he goes to Trenzalore. The Doctor explains to her that this is the only place where he shouldn't go but does it nonetheless because he wants to save Vastra, Jenny and Strax. They land on a graveyard and make their way to the Tardis where they hope to find the others. When Whisper Men attack them, they find a hidden tunnel with the help of River and get into the Tardis where Clara remembers things about her dying twice, which she shouldn't remember. The Doctor and Clara are able to find Vastra, Jenny and Strax and the Great Intelligence tries to force the Doctor to open the doors of the Tardis by saying his name. Although the Whisper Men torture his friends he doesn't say his name but River does. Inside the control room the Great Intelligence steps into the Doctor's timeline and kills him in all his incarnations and all the good the Doctor has done, all the lifes he has saved, is lost. Only Clara knows how to save him, because she has done it before and so she steps into the Doctor's timeline as well to safe his life. When everything is back to normal the Doctor tries to figure out how he can save her and the ghost of River tries to stop him from entering his own timeline. She is surprised that he is able to see her but then she tells him that she's only still there because he hasn't said goodbye. River gives him hope that he can still save Clara and so he steps into his timeline to bring her back.

Wow, this really was a great finale and we got some answers to questions but at the same time there is a whole bunch of new questions for us, too. We finally know how Clara can have so many incarnations and deaths and I think Steven Moffat found a great solution here. It's only because she wanted to save the Doctor from dying and therefore she gave herself up to save him. The way they showed her in the Doctor's timeline with the different costumes was great. It was also brilliant that they managed to fit in former incarnations of the Doctor which must have been quite some post-production work. We still don't know the name of the Doctor though but I wasn't really expecting that Steven Moffat would give this secret away. I really enjoyed to see River again and we haven't seen this version of her since "The Forest of the Dead". Her scene with the Doctor was lovely and heartbreaking and I really hope we will see her again. I honestly hadn't expected an ending like this and I want to know how this is resolved but unfortunately we still have to wait until November to find out.
I really enjoyed the finale of the seventh series but I think I have to watch it again to catch all the little details I haven't seen in the first go. Well, I have enough time until November I guess.

17 May 2013

15 May 2013

Quotes from "Countrycide"

Owen: I hate the countryside. It's dirty, it's unhygienic. And what is that smell?
Gwen: That would be grass.
Owen: It's disgusting.

Ianto: (handing out burgers from a roadstand) Sure you don't want anything, Tosh?
Tosh: Really sure. A friend of mine caught hepatitis off a burger from one of these places.

Jack: (to Owen) No other race in the universe goes camping. Celebrate your own uniqueness!

(as Owen sets up a tent)
Tosh: Need a hand getting it up, Owen?
Owen: If I did, I wouldn't ask you.

Gwen: Who's the last person you snogged?
Owen: You even sound like an eight year old. Who the hell says 'snog'?
Gwen: Mine was Rhys.
Owen: Yeah, well, there's a surprise.
Gwen: Tosh, your go.
Tosh: It's easy for you.
Gwen: Oh, come on. Spill the beans!
Tosh: Owen.
Owen: What?
Gwen: Really?
Owen: Tosh, love, in your dreams.
Tosh: Three a.m. Christmas Eve, in front of the Millennium Centre, waiting for a cab. I had mistletoe.
Owen: Christmas. You've not had a snog since...?
Tosh: No.
Owen: Well, lucky me, eh?
Tosh: So, who was yours?
Owen: Gwen, actually.
Tosh: When was this?
Gwen: It was complicated.
Tosh: Didn't take you long to get your feet under the table.
Gwen: What?
Tosh: So was it just a kiss or...
Gwen: Tosh. Leave it.
Owen: Jack?
Jack: Are we including non-human life-forms?
Owen: You're a sick man, Harkness. That is disgusting!

Gwen: Couldn't you have kept that to yourself?
Owen: What's the matter, you embarrassed?
Gwen: You're such an arrogant shit sometimes, Owen.
Owen: See, to my mind, that was a good kiss. It was borderline great, so good, in fact, you've been avoiding me ever since.
Gwen: Country air's making you delusional.
Owen: How long did it last? Ten seconds? And the things I can tell from that kiss...
Gwen: Oh, like?
Owen: Like your sex life's ain't up to much.
Gwen: (grabbing him and slamming him against a tree) You what?
Owen: See, although Rhys makes the earth rumble, but he don't make it move, does he?
Gwen: You'd better shut up before I lamp you one!
Owen: (grabbing her back) When was the last time you screwed all night? When was the last time you came so hard and so long you forgot where you are? Doesn't happen with him, does it? Too familiar. Whereas you and me, we're not cosy at all. We'd be amazing. And that scares the shit out of you.

Gwen: What did this, Jack? Cos whatever it is, it can't be human. How far is this gonna spread?
Jack: Stay focused.
Gwen: I should be at home having dinner with Rhys. What am I doing here with you? Don't you ever get scared, Jack?

(Owen is preparing to inject Gwen with a syringe)
Owen: Right, do you want a quip about feeling a small prick?
Gwen: No, but thanks for offering.

Gwen: Do you miss being a doctor?
Owen: Excuse me. Still am a doctor! I just don't do it with patients anymore, that's all. It's ideal. That was the bit I always hated.

Owen: Okay, so what this means, the Rift is spreading and dumping aliens and psychos wherever it fancies.
Jack: Looks like that.
Owen: Great, this conversation's cheered me up no end.

Gwen: We're Torchwood, have you heard of Torchwood?
Huw: What's this then, a band, is it?

Tosh: What are you gonna do? Put us on meat hooks?
Evan Sherman: No. Not yet. You see, meat has to be tenderized first.

Gwen: The whole village was involved.
Evan Sherman: Every generation. Our tradition. Once a decade. Target those travelling through, those most likely to disappear.
Gwen: And butcher them? What sort of people are you that you wake up in the morning and think "this is what I'm going to do"? Why do you do it? Come on, make me understand.
Evan Sherman: Why do you care?
Gwen: I have seen things you would never believe and this is the only thing I can't understand.
Evan Sherman: So keep on wondering.
Gwen: Tell me! I need to know why!
Jack: That's enough. Time to go.
Evan Sherman: I'll tell you something, if you let me whisper. (Gwen nods; he whispers) Because it made me happy.

13 May 2013

Series 7 Episode 12: Nightmare in Silver

The Doctor takes Clara, Artie and Angie to Hedgewick's World of Wonders, the biggest amusement park in the world. There is only one problem. The park is closed and there haven't been visitors for quite a while. Mr Webley shows them around and the Doctor is alarmed when it is revealed that there's a Cyberman on this planet. It looks like an empty shell but the Doctor doesn't want to leave until he finds out more about these strange insect that are running around on the planet. While he investigates, Angie runs off and meets the soldiers who are also living on this world. With the others away the seemingly empty Cyberman transforms Artie and Mr Webley and another one kidnaps Angie right in front of Clara and the Doctor. Clara is now in charge of the soldiers and together with them and Porridge they try to find a save place in the amusement park. The Doctor is able to find Angie and Artie but then he is also upgraded and he fights to get the control of his body back. He and Mr Clever agree that they play a game of chess and whoever wins will be the winner of the Doctor's body and mind. While Clara battles the Cybermen in the real world the Doctor tries to get the cyberware out of his head. Will both of them succeed and can they stop the Cybermen from spreading across the galaxy?

I really liked this episode and the upgraded Cybermen were creepier than the ones we saw the last time. It was weird to see them move that fast or that they could separate parts of their bodies from the rest. I think Neil Gaiman managed to make the Cybermen scary again and I really hope we don't see them again very soon. I was really glad that I've watched this episode in the middle of the day and not at night. Another thing I really liked was the struggle of the Doctor with the cyberware in his head. In my opinion, Matt Smith managed to show this battle going on in the Doctor's head in an amazing way and these scene show that he's a brilliant actor. Clara had a bit more to do in this episode and I liked how she handled the soldiers and the situation around her. It's interesting that she only trusts the Doctor to a certain degree and that's quite a difference to some of the former companions of the Doctor. After this episode she knows a bit more about the reasons why the Doctor is so fascinated by her and I really hope we will get a good solution to the riddle who Clara is in the next episode which will be the last of the series. A really exciting episode and I cross my fingers that the next episode will be even better.

08 May 2013

Quotes from "Small Worlds"

Estelle: Jack and I have always disagreed about fairies. I only see the good ones; he only ever sees the bad.
Jack: They’re all bad.
Estelle: No, I refuse to believe that!
Gwen: Well, I suppose one person’s good could be somebody else’s evil.

Jack: She calls them fairies. I don’t.
Gwen: What do you call them?
Jack: They’ve never really had a proper name.
Gwen: How come?
Jack: Something from the dawn of time. How could you possibly put a name to that?
Gwen: Are we talking alien?
Jack: Worse.
Gwen: How come?
Jack: Because they’re part of us, part of our world, yet we know nothing about them. So we pretend to know what they look like. We see them as happy. We imagine they have tiny little wings and are bathed in moonlight.
Gwen: But they’re not?
Jack: No. Think dangerous. Think something you can only half see, like a glimpse, like something out of the corner of your eye with a touch of myth, a touch of the spirit world, a touch of reality, all jumbled together, old moments and memories that are frozen in amongst it. Like debris spinning around a ringed planet, tossing, turning, whirling, backwards and forwards through time. That’s them, we have to find them, before all hell breaks loose.

Ianto: I blame it on the magic mushrooms.
Jack: What you do in private is none of our business.

Jack: I spell out the dangers, you keep looking for explanations.
Gwen: That’s what police work’s all about.
Jack: This isn’t police work.
Gwen: All right, then. Science.
Jack: And it’s not science.
Gwen: I know, you told me. It’s that "corner-of-the-eye" stuff.

Gwen: Why the petals in his mouth?
Jack: Just a bit of fun on their part.
Gwen: You call that fun?
Jack: That’s the way these creatures like to do things. They plays games, they torment, then they kill.
Gwen: Why?
Jack: As a punishment or a warning to others. They protect their own. The Chosen Ones. Somehow children and the spirit world, they go together.
Tosh: So how do we stop them?
Jack: First we have to find out who they want. And we can’t trap them. They have control of the elements. Fire, water, the air that we breathe. They can drag that air right out of our bodies. Sometimes I think they’re part Mara.
Tosh: Mara?
Jack: Kind of malignant wraiths. It’s where the word "nightmare" comes from. They suffocate people in their sleep.

Gwen: It wasn't your dad that was in love with her all those years ago, was it? It was you.
Jack: We'd once made a vow; that we'd be with each other until we died. I need a drink.

Gwen: Where did you and Estelle meet?
Jack: In London. At the Astoria ballroom. A few weeks before Christmas. She was seventeen years old and she was beautiful. I loved her at first sight. But nothing lasted back then. Promises were always being broken. Estelle...to have to die like that...

Lynn: So who are they?
Jasmine: Just friends.
Lynn: You should have invited them to the party.
Jasmine: They don’t like parties.
Lynn: I’m not surprised if they live in trees.
Jasmine: Oh, they don’t always live in trees. They can be anywhere and everywhere. They can even be in this room.

Lynn: Where did you meet these friends? Must’ve met them somewhere.
Jasmine: They said they’ll always look after me. Even through time.

Jasmine: Do you know you're walking in the forest? Well, you are. It looks like a very old forest and it's magical. I want to stay in it.
Jack: You can see this forest?
Jasmine: Yes.
Jack: But it's not here. It's just an illusion, Jasmine. It is. Your friends are just playing a game with you. The real forest can never come back.
Jasmine: Oh, it can. When they take me to it.
Gwen: They told you this? But what about your mother, don't you want to stay with her?
(the fairies arrive) 
Jack: Come on. The child isn't sure.
Jasmine: I am sure! (Jack grabs her) No!
Jack: Leave her alone. Find another Chosen One.
Fairy: Too late. She belongs with us.
Jack: The child belongs here!
Fairy: No! She lives forever.

Jack: Suppose we make her stay with us.
Jasmine: Then lots more people will die.
Gwen: They tell you that?
Jasmine: They promised.
Fairies: Come away, oh human child.
Jasmine: Next time, they'll kill everybody at my school, like they killed Roy. And that man. And your friend.
Gwen: How do you know these things?
Jasmine: If they want to, they can make great storms, wild seas, they can turn the world to ice, kill every living thing. Let me go!
Jack: The child won’t be harmed?
Gwen: Jack, you can’t...
Jack: Answer me! She won’t be harmed?
Fairy: We told you. She lives forever.
Jasmine: Dead world. Is that what you want?
Jack: What good is that to you? There will be no more Chosen Ones.
Jasmine: They’ll find us, back in time.
Jack: Take her.

Fairies: Come away, O human child! To the waters and the wild. With a fairy, hand in hand, For the world's more full of weeping than you can understand.

06 May 2013

Series 7 Episode 11: The Crimson Horror

Madam Vastra and Jenny are visited by a man who tells them of his dead brother. The last image the man saw before he died was the face of the Doctor. Together with Strax they travel north to York and try to find out what happens in Sweetville and where the Doctor is. Jenny infiltrates Sweetville but before she is registered she slips away into the factory. When she is there, she finds out that it's not a factory and follows some of Mrs Gillyflower's people who carry a red fluid in a bottle. Meanwhile Madam Vastra visits the morgue and recognises the fluid that coats the dead people's bodies. It's a deadly poison from the time when the Silurians still ruled the Earth. Jenny has found the Doctor and she is able to revive him. While they search for Clara, the Doctor tells Jenny how he and his companion ended up in Mrs Gillyflower's village. They find Clara and can revive her as well when they are attacked but with the help of Madam Vastra and Strax they are able to get away. Together they soon find out that Mrs Gillyflower wants to kill humanity but when they try to stop her, she uses her daughter as a shield and escapes. Will the Doctor be able to stop the rocket and save humanity?

This was a bit of a Doctor and companion light episode but I really liked it. It's always good to see Madam Vastra, Jenny and Strax again. I especially like the funny remarks of the Sontaran and he always brings a smile onto my face. I think we will see more of the trio at the end of this series. The leech symbiont was a bit disgusting in my eyes but it made a really good story. It was a great idea that this creature could be nearly as old as Madam Vastra and that it's maybe not an alien but something that developed on Earth. I don't know why the Doctor always lands somewhere where he didn't want to go but that doesn't matter to him when he finds an adventures there. The story of Ada was a sad storyline because her mother used her to test the venom of the leech creature. It is good that she now has a perspective to got her own way. The end of this episode was really crazy when the kids confront Clara with the pictures they have found of her on the internet. I really didn't expect this and it was a nice twist at the end. We will see what happens with all of them in the next episode.

01 May 2013

Quotes from "Cyberwoman"

Toshiko: All I'm saying is, once in a while, I'd like to drive!
Owen: And all I'm saying is no!
Toshiko: Why not?!
Owen: Look, I've shared cars with women before. I know what'll happen. There'll be an emergency, we're all raring to go, I jump in, what do I find? Seat's in the wrong position, the rear view mirror's out of line and the steering wheel's in my crotch. Time it takes to sort it all out, aliens'll have taken Newport.

Jack: Ianto...come in, Ianto. I need to hear those beautiful Welsh vowels!

Jack: Execute her or I'll execute you both!
Ianto: You think you're some kind of hero, but you're the biggest monster of them all!

Gwen: You would never have shot him, not really.
Jack: Wouldn't I?
Gwen: Would you have shot me if I'd gone to stand by him?
Jack: But you didn't.
Gwen: If I had, though.
Jack: But you didn't.

Gwen: So have you ever loved anyone, that much?
(Jack doesn't answer) 
Gwen: When she had hold of you, I thought just for a moment I thought that maybe you could die after all.
Jack: Wanna know a secret?
Gwen: Hmm.
Jack: So did I...and just for a second there, I felt so alive.