"Emma" Episode #1.4 (TV Episode 2009) Poster

(TV Mini-Series)

(2009)

Romola Garai: Emma

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  • Emma : [as they are curled up together after confessing their love]  I was talking to Harriet.

    Mr. Knightley : Harriet? I do not mind what we talk of. We can talk of Harriet if we must.

  • Emma : [runs into Mr. Knightly's library]  You know I love you. I always will, but we can never marry. That's all!

    [runs out again] 

  • Emma : We are old friends. I will hear anything you want about anyone. And I will tell you exactly what I think as your friend.

    Mr. Knightley : I don't - Friends indeed. I do want you to be honest. So, tell me, have I no chance of succeeding?

    [Emma looks up speechless] 

    Mr. Knightley : My dearest Emma, for that is what you always have been and you always will be, my most beloved Emma. I cannot make speeches. If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more, but you know what I am. I have lectured you and scolded you and you have born it as no other woman would have.

    Emma : Can this be true?

    Mr. Knightley : You'll get nothing but the truth from me. So tell me what you think.

    Emma : [moves closer and cradles his head in her hands]  I find I do not know what to think.

  • Frank Churchill : [of Jane]  Look at her. Isn't she divine? An angel sent to me here on Earth.

    Emma : Then treat her well.

    Frank Churchill : I cannot promise to always be serious, but I can promise you that.

  • Frank Churchill : [about Jane]  Look at her, an angel sent to Earth for me.

    Emma : Then be sure to treat her right.

    Frank Churchill : I can't promise to always be serious, but I can promise that.

  • Mr. Knightley : I was thinking how at home you looked. You might be mistress of this house.

    Emma : Oh, I don't think so. Hartfield is enough for me. Think how much you would have to scold me if I was mistress of two domains!

  • Harriet Smith : Who would have thought it? Well, you would have, Miss Woodhouse. But they have fooled you along with the rest of us - you with your superior powers for sniffing out a match!

    Emma : Actually, I'm beginning to doubt I ever had such talent.

  • Emma : You speak as though you envied him.

    Mr. Knightley : I do envy him, Emma. His secret is out at least. You will not ask me my secret? Yes, you are wise, but I cannot be. So, I must tell you.

    Emma : No, please don't tell me! Take a little time. Take a little time to think of what you are going to say. For once said, it cannot be unsaid!

    Mr. Knightley : I will obey you.

  • Emma : Wait, wait! Please stop. I am sorry. We are old friends. I will hear anything you want, about anyone. And I will tell you exactly what I think, as your friend.

    Mr. Knightley : I don't... friends indeed! I do want you to be honest. So, tell me. Have I no chance of succeeding? My dearest Emma, for that is what you always have been, and you always will be. My most beloved Emma. I cannot make speeches. If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more. But you know what I am. I have lectured you and scolded you and you have borne it as no other woman would have.

    Emma : Can this be true?

    Mr. Knightley : You'll get nothing but the truth from me. So tell me what you think.

    Emma : I find... I do not know what to think.

  • Mr. Knightley : I will move to Hartfield, for as long as necessary.

    Emma : You would do that for me?

    Mr. Knightley : I might walk back and forth a couple of times a day for my constitution. But I would do far more, without a second thought.

  • Jane Fairfax : When's the wedding?

    Emma : My father hopes never! I will still be engaged at seventy.

  • Emma : [to Harriet on her wedding day]  I congratulate you, on your choice!

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