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“That shit’ll rot your pipework.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“You’re gypsies, right? So what do you live in, a fucking tent or caravan?”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 2
“The Americans want it sweeter.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
Aberama Gold: Who the fuck are you?

Alfie Solomons: Who the fuck am I?”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“Big fucks small always, actually. There is a fight going on out there between big and small. Big will fuck small.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: The Company
Thomas Shelby: Stay and watch the fight, Alfie.

Alfie Solomons: No, you’re all right. I already know who wins, don’t I?”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: The Company
“He is of mixed religion, therefore he is godless.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
Luca Changretta: I’m Luca Changretta.

Alfie Solomons: Oh yeah, I know who you are. You’re a bit of a failure, aren’t you? You come all the way over here in this country to kill Tommy Shelby, but… I mean, well, he’s not dead, is he?”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: The Duel
Alfie Solomons: Come on, Tommy, there is an honorable reason now to pull that trigger, so what…

Thomas Shelby: Alfie! Alfie, look at me!

Alfie Solomons: Fucking get on with it!”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: The Company
“Fucking hell, it smells of pig round here, don’t it? Definitely not kosher.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“Right, well, you gotta ask yourself seriously, though, you know, did I even want to piss and shit indoors, or was I actually born, you know, to defecate in the fields and the outhouses?”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“These bastards only understand one language.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“Yeah, weakness behind the eyes. Didn’t blink too much, all right? You smell of smoke, and coal, and horses.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“’Cause your people, your class, and my religion is quite similar actually, because you just cannot wash it out, right, because it, it come out your mother’s tits.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“I hear that you’ve got Italians, mate. You got a kestrel for them and all?”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“I, my friend… I am the uncle, and the protector, and the promoter of that fucking thing right there, in whose shadow nothing good nor godly will ever fucking grow.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“In the end, it’s God who pulls that fucking trigger anyway. We don’t get to decide who lives and who dies, Finn. Not us. You just have to flick a switch.”

 Arthur Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“Men don’t have the strategic intelligence to conduct a war between families. Men are less good at keeping secrets out of their lies.”

 Polly Gray, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“Ambition for respectability doesn’t make you a saint.”

 Father John Hughes, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 2
“Aunt Pol, when I was Michael’s age I’d killed a hundred men and seen a thousand die. If you want to scare that kid away forever, carry on how you’re going. If you want him to stay, let him come.”

 John Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 3
“Five for peace, two for truce, one abstention. Let’s get on with the war.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Heathens
“I’m not a traitor to my class. I am just an extreme example of what a working man can achieve.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“Did you know that madness sets you free? Otherwise, we’re just peasants obeying the law.”

 Tatiana Petrovna, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 4
“My fury is a thing to behold.”

 C.I. Chester Campbell, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 4
“Politics is deliberately making things better for some people by deliberately making them worse for others.”

 Ruben Oliver, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 2
“It has always been about the explosion. From the beginning. The bang. The outrage.”

 Father John Hughes, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 6
“The problem, right, between rum and gin, is that gin, right, it leads to the melancholy. Whereas rum incites violence, it also allows you to be liberated from your self-doubt.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Dangerous
“There’s business and there’s love.”

 Grace Burgess, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 6
“There is no rest for me in this world. Perhaps in the next.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: The Company
“We’ve kept each other alive. But I didn’t just put my head through that window. I climbed through it. First I thought it was madness, but no. When you’ve put your head out of that window, you can do anything you want. Because there are no rules. Because there are no risks.”

 Polly Gray, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: The Duel
“When my judgment comes, I’ll be the one that’s laughing.”

 C.I. Chester Campbell, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 3
“When you’re dead already, you’re free.”

 Polly Gray, Peaky Blinders, Series 4: Heathens
“When there are no rules, women take charge.”

 Tatiana Petrovna, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 4
“A good man needs to hold out sometimes.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 1
“Every man, he craves certainty.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 5
“I find the more obvious vices the easiest to resist.”

 C.I. Chester Campbell, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 1
“Fortune drops something valuable into your lap, you don’t just dump it on the bank of the cut.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 1
“Instinct’s a funny thing.”

 Polly Gray, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 6
“I imagine being shot by a woman hurts the same as being shot by a man. Just a bit more shameful.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 2
“I have made arrangements with men I trust. If I should die, then you will die, know that.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 4
“If you apologize once, you do it again and again and again. Like taking bricks out of the wall of your fucking house.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 2
“Those of you who are last will soon be first. And those of you who are downtrodden will rise up.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 1
“One thing I have learned is that you and I are opposites, but also just the same. Like an image in a mirror. We hate people. And they in turn hate us. And fear us.”

 C.I. Chester Campbell, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 6
“Men always tell their troubles to a barmaid.”

 Grace Burgess, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 3
“Who wants to be in heaven, eh? Who wants to be in heaven when you can be sending men to fucking hell?”

 Arthur Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 6
“I don’t need a knife to stop me telling secrets given in confidence. It is a matter of honor.”

 Esme Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 1
“An agreement is not the same thing as an assurance.”

 C.I. Chester Campbell, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 5
“In pubs sometimes people say things and sometimes it’s the whisky talking. It’s hard to tell which is which.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 5
“In all the world, violent men are the easiest to deal with.”

 Irene O’Donnell, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 1
“Killing a man affects the heart.”

 C.I. Chester Campbell, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 3
“It’s business, Grace. And bad, bad business it is, all round. And I’m scared, Grace. I’m scared for you. I’m scared for the baby. And this is how I am when I’m scared. It is unfamiliar to you but not to me. I can fucking be scared and carry on. And it’s not pleasant to look at and no joy to be around.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 1
“Never give power to the big man.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 3
“Sometimes the women have to take over. Like in the war.”

 Polly Gray, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 4
“Rule one, you don’t punch above your weight.”

 Polly Gray, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 2
“You’ve told me about her, like a gentleman, now kindly behave like a gangster again.”

 May Carleton, Peaky Blinders, Series 2: Episode 5
“You strike when your enemy is weak.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 2
“Babies don’t have principles.”

 Polly Gray, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 5
“Whiskey is good proofing water. It tells you who’s real and who isn’t.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 1: Episode 3
“If you pull that trigger, right, you pull that trigger for a fucking honorable reason. Like an honorable man, not like some fucking civilian that does not understand the wicked way of our world, mate.”

 Alfie Solomons, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 6
“Good taste is for people who can’t afford sapphires.”

 Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders, Series 3: Episode 2

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