The Best Peaky Blinders, Season 2, Episode 4 Quotes

- Eh-up. Bet the big bastard got cut.
- You didn't have to do that for me.
- We didn't do it for you, Michael.
- We did it for the good name of the company.
- None of this happened, all right?
- Come on, let's go and get that drink.

- Farringdon.
- Camden.
- Write down Camden road.
- Just write down "peace".
- Just write down "peace", right, between thejews and the Italians.
- And war against the gypsies.

- What's your business?
- Sorry, I'm, er, I'm lost here.
- Yeah, well, you can't stop here.
- Move on.
- All right.

- I know both sides and you know you can trust me.
- I want to help you, Tommy, become legal.
- Do the right thing.
- I want to be proud of this family.
- Does Polly know you're here, Michael?
- I'm 18 on Friday, I go where I please.

- For a guest to stay.
- We have a whole wing called the guest wing.
- Oh, you...
- You have a guest wing.
- Well...
- May.

- Mr Shelby.
- Billy boy.
- Watch it.
- Now on you go.

- He says he's come about the position of accounts clerk.
- Send him in.
- Woman: Just through here, sir.
Michael: Thank you.
- Michael...
- Vacancy's been filled.
- Not according to this morning's paper.

- Oh, you know I'm no good with numbers, Tom.
- And if 24 ever became 23, then that'd be tax.
- We don't pay tax.
- No, Tom.
- Good man.

[Chuckling] And making your peace with god, perhaps?
- Well, good luck with that.
- I have made arrangements with men I trust.
- If I should die, then you will die.
- Know that.

- Kitchen: I put an iron door on, and we've put iron bars on the windows and across the skylights.
- Tommy: Good.
- So what will you be keeping in here, Tommy?
- Temptation, Billy. Temptation.

- You all right?
- What is it? Just us?
- Just us.
Polly: We celebrating?
- Tommy: Just taste this.

- I'd like that, why not?
- Tommy: I just had it done up.
- There was a fire.
- It's...
- Yeah.
- What do you drink?
- So early, but gin.

- Do we hear 800 guineas? 850.
May: May carleton.
- I breed racehorses and train them.
- So will you consider me?
- I will consider you.
- Thomas Shelby?
Polly: Did they behave themselves?
- They were really amazing.

- Don't Nick any of me chips, Finn!
- Where are you going?
Arthur: We won't be long.
- Where are they going?
- The Marquis of lorne.
- Shame.
- It was a nice pub.

- Fucking tidy profit, though, eh?
- It's happening, Tom.
- Good.
- Good.
- Tommy: Straighten up, soldier.
- Yes, sir, sergeant major.

- Three and six.
- Four.
- Four it is.
- I love him, Tom.
- I know.
- That's why I'll keep him away from the old business, put him charge of the new. Agreed?
- Ag Reed.

- Get out!
- Get out the fucking pub.
- I clearly didn't know.
- Fuck, let's go. Let's go!
- We ordered some drinks and we're going to drink them.

Arthur: Due to my razor blade and a few complaints from the neighbours about the terrible fucking music... this place is under new management. By order of the Peaky Blinders.

- Right, come on, let's get him drunk.
- Come here, you.
- All right, whisky.
- No whisky, he's at work tomorrow.
- Give him only dark mild.
- A toast.
Arthur: Toast.
- To Michael.
- All: To Michael.

- He's told us a lot about you.
- Don't know where he is, do you?
- Sorry I'm late.
- There was a family matter.
- Esme, keep it locked up for a minute.
- Yes, Thomas.
- I'll show you around.
- So, be my guest.

- Can we just conduct ourselves here, please?
- Conduct ourselves!
- Please.
- No one in this room wants to breathe the same air as anyone else.
- Nevertheless...
- Nevertheless the pro-treaty paddies and the king want the same man dead.
- Am I right?

- Your horse is still out on the gallops, but I had Mickey prepare this report.
- You can read it now if you'd like, then we can go see her.
- -[Clears throat]
- Is there enough light for you to read?
- Yes, it's fine.
- It's getting quite late.

- Fuck.
Maid: Mr Thomas Shelby, madam.

- Goodness. With something?
- Like what?
- Tonic water or...
- Erm... we have, erm...
- Cordial.
- There's not much room in there but...

- You phone your mother.
- Good luck.
- We're not open for winnings yet.
May: I'm here to see Thomas Shelby.
- I have an appointment.
- Come in.

- Due to my razor blade, and a few complaints from the neighbours about the terrible fucking music...
- Do you want to tell them or should I?
- This place is under new management.
- By order of the peaky blinders.

- I'm telling you to leave it, paddy.
- And I'm telling this darkie to get out of here.
- You know something? Fuck off.
- It's all right, Isaiah, come on, leave it.
- We'll go to my cousin's pub.
- I like it here.
- You fucking nigger.

- Donal Henry meets the anti-treaty paddies in the back room of the mother red cap in saltley, sometimes twice a week.
- These Irish enemies are fucking brothers and cousins.
- You are stepping into a world you don't understand.
- If what you're saying is true, he'll be dealt with.
- Bring me proof the spy is dead and we have a deal.

- You might think this is a curious place for me to suggest a meeting, but...
- Your surprises have only just begun.

- As if that was going to make a difference.
- I'm like a fucking lighthouse keeper...
- Out here on my own...
- Keeping his flame burning.
- But, of course, when anyone sees a lighthouse they steer clear, don't they?

- I've set up an account.
- The money will be transferred in the event of my death.
- It'll set them up for a new life.
- Are you sick?
- I'm just doing what any ordinary man would, putting my affairs in order.

- It's so out in the open.
- What about the police?
- What about them?
- When I drove into small Heath,
- I thought I was going to get murdered...
- Then I mentioned your name.
- It was like being escorted to see a king.
- You came here to get my girl, right?
- Right.

Tommy: Do you have a map? Because I'm not going to be able to find my way in the dark. You see, at midnight, I'm going to leave my wing and I'm going to come find you. And I'm going to turn the handle of your bedroom door without making a sound and none of the maids will know.

- I put you down here cos people are scared of you, Arthur.
- But if you don't straighten up, it'll bejohn's turn in London.
- No need.
- I can handle it.
- It's under control?
- It's under control.