“You know, love can easily disappear when you find the true impossibility of it.”
Do you think it’s easy for me to stand here and accuse you like this, after this afternoon?
I held you in my arms. You knew who I was, even if I didn’t know who you were.
If this afternoon meant anything to you at all, you’ve got to tell me the truth.
You know, I kept hoping it wasn’t true, but I… I knew it was, but I…
And you’ve come here to drive me mad? Out of some ridiculous revenge?
You think I need someone else to punish me? I’ve done enough of it myself.
Love, yes! But a love we both wanted to end happily. And each of us knew it couldn’t.
You know how I had to fight that? Sitting in this house, feeling all of my emotions freezing?
All I had to do was go out and find her again. That’s all I had to do to live.
Are you so young you don’t know love?
You know, love can easily disappear when you find the true impossibility of it.
She wouldn’t have resorted to the kind of revenge that you are. I think that’s obvious.
I think it would be better if you would have killed me, instead of leaving Joanna’s letters around.
Don’t deny it, you’ve lied enough.
Since you’ve been in this house, every three days I found a letter in this room.
I don’t know, one said that we had a second chance, Joanna and I. Another said that I was to meet her at a great oak tree.
Well, now you know why I was acting the way I was, when I saw you.
Either someone else is doing it, or Joanna’s spirit cannot rest.
You know what we can do to people, just by existing?
Dark Shadows bloopers to watch out for:
At the end of yesterday’s episode, the clock was striking 11:30 when Quentin confronted Daphne, who was wearing a red dress with a green sash. In today’s reprise, it’s 11:55, the clock doesn’t strike, and Daphne is wearing a green dress.
Barnabas’ hair looks unlike it ever has before, including in tomorrow’s episode.
Gabriel cries, “Perhaps Quentin is a warlock! Perhaps Trask is right! And perhaps that’s why these odds goings ons are happening here!”
Barnabas grabs Laszlo and shouts, “Tell me where Julie is!” Then something clatters onto the floor.
— Danny Horn