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Quotes of the Week: Mr. & Mrs. Smith, FEUD, Chicago Fire, Traitors and More

Quotes of the Week: Mr. & Mrs. Smith, FEUD, Chicago Fire, Traitors and More
Quotes of the Week: Mr. & Mrs. Smith, FEUD, Chicago Fire, Traitors and More

In honor of tonight’s Grammy Awards, here’s the TV dialogue that was music to our ears this week.

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In the Quotes of the Week compilation below, we’ve gathered 10 of TV’s most memorable sound bites from the past seven days, including moments both scripted and unscripted from broadcast, cable and streaming series.

This time around, we’ve got bon mots and zingers from The Traitors, True Detective: Night Country and Mr. & Mrs. Smith, plus a Late Night With Seth Meyers punchline that somehow manages to connect M&M’s commercials to Succession. (You’ll never guess how!)

Also featured in this week’s roundup: double doses of The Way Home and FEUD: Capote vs. The Swans, plus quotable moments from The Woman in the Wall and Chicago Fire.

Scroll through the list below to see all of our picks for the week, then hit the comments and tell us if we missed any of your faves! (With contributions from Nick Caruso, Vlada Gelman, Charlie Mason and Dave Nemetz)

THE TRAITORS

THE TRAITORS
THE TRAITORS

“As you can see, everyone is still here. I’ll let you work out what that means. Don’t ask me, I’m just here to say cryptic things and look absolutely spectacular.”

Host Alan Cumming serves yet another fabulous look while leaving the players to ponder WTF just happened

THE WAY HOME

THE WAY HOME
THE WAY HOME

“I’ve barely unpacked, and I’m right back to where I was seven months ago: the Giles to your Buffy.”

Elliot (Evan Williams), after Alice comes to him for time-travel help

THE WAY HOME (Bonus Quote!)

THE WAY HOME (Bonus Quote!)
THE WAY HOME (Bonus Quote!)

“It’s an MP3 player. It’s amazing. It holds, like, 25 songs.”

Will wonders never cease for Year 2000 Elliot (David Webster)?

LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS

LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS
LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS

“How is this supposed to appeal to kids? Blue is laidback, brown is the boss, and orange is the only M&M who knows that it is a candy and its destiny is to be hungrily devoured. So when you bite into an orange M&M, kids, remember: He can feel it! That’s the expression you have when you accidentally send a d—k pic to your dad.”

TRUE DETECTIVE: NIGHT COUNTRY

TRUE DETECTIVE: NIGHT COUNTRY
TRUE DETECTIVE: NIGHT COUNTRY

“I thought you hated Navarro.”

“I do. I hate everyone. I hate you. Especially now.”

Peter (Finn Bennett) thinks he spotted a softer side in Danvers (Jodie Foster) — but he’s mistaken

FEUD: CAPOTE VS. THE SWANS

FEUD: CAPOTE VS. THE SWANS
FEUD: CAPOTE VS. THE SWANS

“Truman, sit down. Ann, you sit down, too. Even if you are a killer as he says, he has a typewriter and you don’t.”

C.Z. Guest (Chloë Sevigny) reminds a disgraced Ann Woodward never to bring a rifle to a war of words

FEUD: CAPOTE VS. THE SWANS (Bonus Quote!)

FEUD: CAPOTE VS. THE SWANS (Bonus Quote!)
FEUD: CAPOTE VS. THE SWANS (Bonus Quote!)

“Vodka stings more than your fists, baby.”

Even after a Thanksgiving beating from John, Truman (Tom Hollander) just has to get in the last word

THE WOMAN IN THE WALL

THE WOMAN IN THE WALL
THE WOMAN IN THE WALL

“I’m Detective Sergeant Colman Akande.”

“Am I under arrest?”

“Under… for what?”

“I don’t know! You’re the one arresting me.”

“No, I’m not arresting you.”

“Oh. Good.”

It’s a very Irish conversation we’ve got going on here, isn’t it?

MR. & MRS. SMITH (Episode 1)

MR. & MRS. SMITH (Episode 1)
MR. & MRS. SMITH (Episode 1)

“You’re gonna pay me not to talk to my dad? Where do I sign?”

Aspiring spy Jane (Maya Erskine) has no problem cutting all ties with her past relationships

CHICAGO FIRE

CHICAGO FIRE
CHICAGO FIRE

“I need you to do your Google magic and see what you can dig up on the new guy, Gibson.”

“Mouch, I don’t do Google magic. I just Google.”

Ritter (Daniel Kyri) explains to Mouch (Christian Stolte) how the Internet works

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