Wow, it's been more than a month since I did a game! Sorry about that! Just a simple quotes quiz for this week. I've done a few of these games before, and I always love playing quotes quizzes so I hope you enjoy this one. I promise I will try not to make them too difficult. :-) Also, most of these quotes I've just gotten from memory, so I apologize if there are a few wee mistakes. If you notice anything I've got wrong, do tell me.
Alrighty, so to play all you have to do is guess what period drama the quote comes from, and the name of the character(s) who says it. Five points for each correctly guessed period drama and an additional point for each character named. Ready, set, go!
Character 1: "What time is it?"
Character 2: "This is your 3:00 AM dose."
Character 1: "So, cousin, you're waking me up to give me medicine to help me sleep."
Character 2: "Ah, so now you've taken on the medical profession, as well as everyone else."
Character 1: "I'd forgotten what a good game this is. How long does it go on for?"
Character 2: "Oh, ages."
Character 1: "Oh, goody goody!"
Character 1: "You talk easily of hours, sir. Have you any notion what an hour is to a man who is choking for want of air?"
Character 1: "There's nothing wrong with doctors. We all need doctors."
Character 2: "We all need crossing sweepers and draymen too. It doesn't mean we have to dine with them."
Character 1: "Quittin' time!"
Character 2: "Who says it's quittin' time?"
Character 1: "I says it's quittin' time!"
Character 2: "I's the foreman. I's the one who says when it's quittin' time at . Quittin' time!"
Character 1: " , where is your heart?"
Character 2: "What do you know of my heart? What do you know of anything but your own suffering? For weeks, , I've had this pressing on me, without being at liberty to speak of it to a single creature. And believe me, had I not been sworn to secrecy, I could have produced proof enough of a broken heart, even for you."
Character 1: "When were you last in the West Indies, Mr. ?"
Character 2: "Sir, I---"
Character 1: "Answer the question, when were you last in the West Indies?"
Character 2: "I regret, sir--"
Character 1: "Never. You were never in the West Indies, that's when you were in the West Indies, Mr. ."
Character 1: "All the unmarried women of our set, and believe me, there are many, they sit around all day gossiping and unaccountably bursting into tears. But you have done something. You've written a book. I warn you, I am prepared to like you very much."
Character 1: "Meat, one; vegetables, two; beer, three...what was four? Oh! Pudding! He was four!"
Character 1: "I'm sorry I said anything about it now. I'll try to find a more agreeable piece of news. Old Marjorie at the lodge is dead."
Character 1: "I wish I could tell you how lonely I am. How cold and harsh it is here. Everywhere there is conflict and unkindness. I think God has forsaken this place. I think I've seen hell. It's white-- it's snow white."
Character 1: "Can't be too careful in foreign climes."
Character 2: "It's only Wales."
Character 1: "It's still foreign!"
Have fun! :-)