The Best Peaky Blinders, Season 6, Episode 2 Quotes

- Yeah, I'm coming.
- He is a bastard an' all, Tommy.
- Black shirts and Jews.
- Here we go. Here we fucking go.
- Stay in the middle and do nothing, Tommy.
- But not fucking me.
- Come here, you, you Nazi bastard!

- Ladies and gentlemen, tonight, he has truly earned your adulation.
- The future prime minister of this great country, sir oswald mosley!
- Fuck you, mosley!

- He just arrived back from a trade mission to america.
- He came back early and he has insisted on addressing you volunteers in person.
- Comrades, your labour representative for south Birmingham, mr Thomas Shelby mp, obe.

- So, what happened in Boston?
- Jack Nelson said no.
- Are we accepting no as an answer?
- These are letters...
- Written to and by Jack Nelson over the last three months.

- You're a brave man, mr Shelby.
- A war hero, I hear.
- Every war hero I ever met, they're just someone who wanted to get themselves killed.
- Do we have a deal, mr Nelson?
- I'll think a great deal about what you've said.

- And we'll fuck.
- I won't need an alarm clock.
- And you won't sleep until I'm done.
- Midnight fucks 5am.
- Every day.
- Because we trust each other.

- Only me today.
- Jack says a few more weeks...
- Then you'll be free.
- When do you travel to London?
- Tomorrow.
- I came to say goodbye.

- Darker.
- Bluer.
- Sharper.
- I want to see it from below.
- Darling, how's that?
- You look absolutely terrifying, my love.

- Sh...
[Muffled] Mr Shelby?
- Is everything all right in there?
- Mr Shelby?
- Everything's fine.
- Everything's fine.

- Hello?
- Tommy.
- Tommy, she has a temperature of 101 and nothing is working.
- Just get here now.
- Lizzie?
- Please.
- Lizzie?

- brick by government-owned brick.
- Into there.
- Good.
- Doctor?
- Yeah, westminster 245.
- Mr Shelby.

- Perhaps.
- There may be other benefits for your cause.
- All you have to do is sit with Jack Nelson and talk to him about a new golden age, and let him put a pin in the map of Ireland for the president of the United States.

- and I will gather up every single one of those cries and I will take 'em with me on the train back to westminster...
- And I will let them out of the bag in the house of commons, and let them try to silence that, eh?

- Our beloved departed would understand and approve.
- Let's go, boys.
- Our agreement was we meet in a crowded place.
- No need for crowds.
- We need you alive.
- After you.

- If you like.
- Of course we would.
- And we are very grateful for your efforts.
- But, mr Shelby, before this enterprise goes any further, you really must do something about your wife.

Lizzie: A man with green eyes.
- Can you stop the voices?
- There are no voices, my love.
- It's the grey man.
- He says he's coming for me...
[Whispers] ...And he's coming for daddy as well.

- Well...
- I think you might have found it.
- I have children, Tommy.
- You have to carry this bucket on your own.
- One brother half-dead in the rain in Garrison alley, and the other has no limitations.

- For fuck's sake!
- Tommy, we should get out now.
- Forget this American business.
- We've got enough.
- Not near enough. Here she comes.
- Remember to smile. Come on.
- Shit.

- a fucking final act, right?
- Just a final fucking act for my opera.
- Yeah?
- Alfie...
- I think I may have written your final act.
- Why don't you sit down and have a listen, eh?

- I'm expected.
- Oh, and mr solomons no longer tolerates the smoking of tobacco in his presence.

- Fuck lipstick.
- Fun.
- To launch the ship.

- And the king, remember him?
- The man who ordered all of this.
- Shouldn't he be taking some of the cuts?
- Eh? Some of the blows?
- Some of the pain? No or yes?
- Audience: Yes!

- By the way,
- I really don't like "Lizzie".
- I prefer liberated "Elizabeth".
- She must be part of this.
- She's been all the way to Paris, so she is a woman of the world.
- Bravo.
- Do you know, oswald has told me everything about you...

- Tommy? Tommy, tell me what's happening!
- Oh, fuck. Oh, fuck.
- Fuck.fuck.fuck.
- Tommy, come here. Come here.
- What's happening?
- Tommy!

- To Linda.
- And in that letter, I wrote,
- "Linda, as a Christian woman,
- "do you believe in forgiveness?"
- And this is what I got back.
- Two days ago. Have a look.

- Where is she?
- She's with the doctor upstairs.
- Listen, Tommy.
- He said we shouldn't come close to her, in case...
- In case of what?
- When she coughs, there's blood.

- And I will be the next item.
- That's how it feels now, Tommy.
- Yeah.
- Everything on a list.
- Hey, baby.
- When are we going home?
- Soon.

- I'm coming home.
Polly: There will be a war in this family, and one of you will die.
Michael: You've been too busy to punish the people who killed her.
- How is the family?

- I want him to have a look at Ruby.
- Why, love?
- The appointment is in one hour.
- You can stay here or you can come.
- Right.
- Right, let's go.