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

(TV Mini-Series)

(2009)

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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.

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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]

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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.

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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.

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Isabella Knightley: I believe George is not well. He is listless, snappish.

Mr. Knightley: What?

Isabella Knightley: You are behaving strangely, not yourself. You did not wish to go to dinner with the Cavandishes. You did not want to take the boys to find frogs in the park.

John Knightley: Some might say that hesitation was a perfectly normal responce to both those invitations.

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Mr. Knightley: How pleasant to be absent, but in the hearts of everyone.

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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.

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Mrs. Elton: [watches her husband struggling to move her donkey] I'd like to get there before the strawberries are picked.

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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!

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Mr. Knightley: How pleasant to be absent, but in the thoughts of everyone.

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Isabella Knightley: You know, I believe my father would worry. I believe George is not well. He is listless and snappish.

Mr. Knightley: What?

Isabella Knightley: You are behaving strangely, not yourself. You did not want to go to dinner with the Cavendishes, you did not wish to take the boys to find frogs in the park.

John Knightley: Some might say hesitation was a perfectly normal response to both of those invitations.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Mr. Knightley: Maybe I have Frank Churchill to thank for making me first aware of being in love with you.

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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.

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Jane Fairfax: When's the wedding?

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

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

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John Knightley: Marvelous! So they're off on a mystery honeymoon while I get to protect the chickens.

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