Earn A Badge: Best of ‘Copper’ Giveaway: WINNERS!

Congratulations to fans April Gemeinhardt and Mallory Sholtz, the winners of our Best of Copper Giveaway! A BIG thank you to all of the Copperheads who played – the winners were chosen at random, and we loved all of your submissions. (We’ll be highlighting a few of our favorite fan comments on the site and on our Copper Facebook page, so keep your eyes peeled!)

Didn’t win a badge? Don’t worry, there will be another coppertunity to score swag today… stay tuned!

We’re just four days away from the season finale of Copper, and to celebrate, we’re giving away TWO Kevin Corcoran replica badges, perfect for your Halloween costume or for everyday wear. (A badge on your lapel makes a great conversation starter.) But we can’t just hand these badass badges over – you gotta earn one.

HOW TO ENTER: Take a stroll down Five Points memory lane and answer this question: What was your favorite Copper scene and/or quote this season? Post your answer in the comments, and you’ll be automatically entered to win.

WHEN TO ENTER: The contest starts NOW and ends tomorrow (10/18) at 10AM/9c. So yeah, Copperheads, get movin.’

PRIZES: TWO lucky fans will score a replica of Kevin Corcoran’s 1864 Metropolitan Police badge (pictured above.)

It’s that easy. So what are you waiting for? Leave your favorite Copper scene or quote below, and stop back here tomorrow at 10AM/9c to find out if you’re an honorary member of the Sixth Precinct (and have a spiffy badge to prove it.)

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  • http://twitter.com/AshleyLivesforU Victoria Nelson

    My favorite scene form Copper to date is when everyone is at Eva’s Paradise putting on Wigs and getting a drink then being sent out to vote again in “Better Times are Coming”, because this actually happened in history and the way that is was portrayed by the actors was and is phenomenal

  • http://twitter.com/AmieMichael1 Amie Michael

    My favorite scene was when Maguire and O’Brien do a little jig while Corky laughs because they had just gotten away with the killing of Winnie.

  • Stephanie

    My favorite scene is the one where Francis, Corky, and O’Brien are at the precinct talking about the gala and Corky asks Francis about his new hat. There is a lot of emotion shared between Corky and Francis not to mention humor from O’Brien.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Capsfan0819212870 Dorothy Davidson

    My favorite scene is when Corky and Maguire have their confrontation in the church in “A Day to Give Thanks”.

  • thebrandonwheeler

    “Moving on… not really my specialty.” Love that line.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jesse.forney.3 Jesse Forney

    My favorite moment is when Corky and O’Brien are interrogating O’Brien’s brother in law with the coffee.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kerrie.matthews.7 Kerrie Matthews

    when the dentist killed himself

  • http://www.facebook.com/Dejoule Eric Durst

    My favorite bit is when Corcoran asks Dr. Freeman for an opinion, takes him to the body, and Dr. Freeman says “My opinion is that he’s dead.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/Atreau Sandra Christine Lopez

    My favorite was when Corky discovers that Annie isn’t dead.

  • http://www.facebook.com/beth.morrison.3386 Beth Morrison

    My favorite moment was when Kevin found his wife…the moment when he realized it was her sitting in the chair…Oh my gosh, it gave me the chills.

  • http://www.facebook.com/amyngreg.hart Greg N Amy Hart

    My favorite part is when Corky and O’Brien are at the bar, Maguire comes in and asks about the dentist case. O’brien responds with a sarcastic remark. Maguire gets mad.

  • LouGonzalez

    best moment is when the corcoran walks up to the Morehouse and asks about the money from the fund raiser. I love that morehouse hid it in his leg then says “I should put whiskey in there”

  • Andrea montemayor

    When kevin tell Francis he deserve to live with his guilt.

  • http://www.facebook.com/rick.skiba.5 Rick Skiba

    “This a whore house, people are trying to concentrate.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/sandra.s.roll Sandra Shattuck Roll

    Best moment…finding out what really happend to Corkys daughter. So heart wrenching. I’m not sure how he didn’t hurt his wife.

  • Traveller

    when corky stands over the corpse of the poisioned sgt, and says snickers eh boyoh,,

  • http://www.facebook.com/matt.fuge.5 Matt Fuge

    ‘My silence was my lie’. The most riveting scene of this season is between Corky & Maguire in the church. ‘A Day to Give Thanks’. They truly are brothers in life.

  • http://www.facebook.com/george.brownfield.3 George Brownfield

    Bang! (bad guy shot) “Police, Freeze”

  • Christy Weber

    Favorite scene: At the end of Arsenic and Old Cake when they finally figure out who done it!

  • http://www.facebook.com/hutchins1986 Andrew Hutchins

    My favorite scene is in the very begining of the series when Kevin shoots first and then yells Police. Very well done. Simple, but well done,

  • http://www.facebook.com/ted.donnelly3 Ted Donnelly

    My favorite moment was when Corky & Ellen finally have their talk about what happened.

  • Marj Wertz

    My favorite scene is when Corky finds his wife in the home for the mentally ill. It was so emotional. You could see the torment on his face.

  • http://www.facebook.com/darrin.russell.75 Darrin Russell

    The best scene of all is corky confronting Francis in the church about his wife

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Grace-Soriano/100001403347828 Grace Soriano

    My favourite scene was when Francis was crying over the death of Molly. I was in tears; it was so emotional.

  • Jackie

    My favorite scene is when Annie’s “father” first comes looking for Annie and he tells Corky,”Annie told me she wanted to come to New York and become a whore,” and Corky’s all like,”Your daughter told you she wanted to come to New York and become a WHORE???”

  • http://www.facebook.com/jana.flint.9 Jana Flint

    I would have to say that my favorite scene was when Corky threatened Ms. Haverford after he found out that she sent Annie away with Mr. Reilly. Not only does this scene show how much Corky cares for Annie, it also shows how little Ms. Haverford knew about the girl that she adopted.

    The scene was both intense and emotion-packed, leaving you with the question of why Ms. Haverford even tried to take care of Annie besides thinking it would be what Winnie wanted or Annie deserved. Corky proved his loyalty to Annie (as well as anyone else he cares about) in that scene while showing how scary he can really be. He’s a man who sticks to his word and that fact is what makes his threat to Ms. Haverford that much more realistic and effective.

  • http://www.facebook.com/amanda.millsgaeb Amanda Mills Gaeb

    I loved when Matthew told Kevin that Sarah was pregnant, Corky was so happy for them and you could tell that he had loved being a dad!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/DBshaintedfx Dustin Blankenship

    The look of shock on Corky’s face when he found his wife.

  • http://www.facebook.com/wendy.bloink Wendy Bloink

    The Pilot when Kevin shot up all of the guys who were robbing the bank

  • http://www.facebook.com/marty.wilcox.75 Marty Wilcox

    Mine was the bar scene at the end of “Arsenic and Old Cake” All the talk of the passed around fruitcake, finally served by a dead man made Maguire hungry!

  • Christiane Truelove

    “She hit her little head on the knob.” Ellen telling Corky what happened to their daughter. Absolutely heartbreaking and yet I expected that’s what happened.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mplscross Phil Cross

    My favorite scene was when Corky racks his boss up against the wall saying “it may say ‘captain’ on your door, but these are MY men!”

  • brodie hyatt

    When Kevin spoke to the father at gun point and
    when asked if he would really kill him his response
    “I don’t know”.

  • Morleen

    My favorite quote is from episode 6. Corky: What’s the word? How many dead bodies hanging about this morning?
    McGuire: One
    Corky: One? This keeps up and we’ll be out of a job.

  • http://www.facebook.com/CaptainJackHarkness Barbara-Cariad Harkness-O’Loug

    My favorite scene was from the Episode: Husbands and Fathers
    Where Corky helped Annie kill Winnie Haverford.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jason.kleinman1 Jason Kleinman

    My favorite scene was when Kevin grabbed his captain and threw him up against the wall and told him that they are his men and not the captains and he will keep looking for Francis.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001344425310 Cullen AndAndrea

    My favorite was the very first episode! In the first 5 minutes you have a man’s bare butt and a man shot in the eye! What’s not to love!

  • charmaine

    The end of the fruit cake episode — the bar scene when they were explaining it all to Maguire…perfectly played out. The subtle humor, the casualness of the conversation and the pouring of the drinks. Well done!

  • http://www.facebook.com/selena.fischer Selena Fischer

    I have two….When Kevin was halocinating his daughter and when Kevin sliced the painting belonging to Mrs. Haverford.

  • http://www.facebook.com/StephanieDGonzalez Stephanie Gonzalez

    Definitely when Corky found Francis drunk at Eva’s whorehouse and Corky said to him “Hey. This is a whorehouse. People are trying to concentrate!” That just cracked me up lol Even to this day that remains one of my favorite lines. A close second was Corky saying “My hate is as specific as my affection.” Something I like to think I also live by (though Corky tends to throw out his “affection” a bit more than I do)

  • http://www.facebook.com/alexis.wolstein Alexis Shpall Wolstein

    My favorite moment by far was when Corky put the widow Haverford in her place after finding she had sent Annie home with her “father.” I still dislike Elizabeth.

  • Keenan

    I like election day when O’Brien was giving disguises, aliases and a drink to the voters.

  • Michael Preda

    When Corky was asked by Francis if he was going to kill him, and he replied “I haven’t decided yet”, it showed me Corky isn’t always the hothead he’s made out to be, and actually honors people he deems worthy, even if they’ve hurt him

  • http://www.facebook.com/scott.crook.35 Scott Crook

    “Oh, I hate alright, but not in General. My Hates are as specific as my affections.” ~

  • http://www.facebook.com/keithrhamlin Keith Hamlin

    Had to be when he figured out the guy had in fact poisoned himself with the cake, and was dropping the shot of whiskey into the beer with his captain trying to explain the whole mess visually, full of pride and snickering as well at the karmic justiceof the whole thing. :D

  • TK

    My favorite is all the times he asked about the locket. I connected with his struggle to find his wife. I felt like no matter what odds were against him or number of days that has went by he was going to search for her and what happened to his little girl. I just knew he wasn’t going to give up and that would lead up to a great moment and it did. The look in his eyes when he sees his wife is moving.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Helwilliams Helen Chaffins

    When he found his wife. That cannot be overlooked

  • http://www.facebook.com/debra.g.hensley Debra Gottlieb Hensley

    The raw emotion on Corky’s face when he found Ellen was a powerful moment I won’t soon forget. Bravo to Tom.

  • http://www.facebook.com/timjones1979 Tim Jones

    My favorite scene was when Mr. Reilly was being fed to the pigs. Loved it! Reminded me of another all time fave – Hannibal.

  • http://www.facebook.com/buckeyemuser Heather Jackson

    In “Arsenic and Old Cake,” after they figured out who the killer was.

  • http://www.facebook.com/millerkj2 Krista Miller

    My favorite parts were in the episode arsenic and old cake. It was just an amusing and fun episode. The dentists wife being arrested was hilarious. And the end describing what happened with the cake was great. The show overall is great! Glad I found it!

  • Jess Pike

    One of my favorite parts was in Episode 2 where Annie is at the brothel and she is in the bedroom and stabs Winnie Haverford. Another favorite is when Matthew told Sarah she was pregnant she looked confused and happy all at once. I love this show!

  • Erman Bravo

    I enjoy the scenes with Moorehouse. You honestly don’t know what he will be doing next, or what his angle is. Lolk at how he sabotaged the confederates Greek Fire. He isnt afraid to lose ten grand during the scheme either. Also the way he told Kevin he cant go about threatening Elizabeth, even though she deserved it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/cgibb2 Catherine Gibb

    I have to say, I loved when they were recounting the tale of the fruitcake at the end of that episode. It was a moment of levity that is rare in this type of drama.

  • Paula

    When Corkey shoots the bank robber and THEN says “POLICE”. HA!!! Shoot first, ask questions later.

  • Guest

    My favorite scene was when Kevin finds Kate, Annie’s sister and confronts her, the pure acting skills of Tom and Kiara. A very powerful, sad, and important scene.

  • Jennifer

    There were so many scenes I loved this season, but I laughed so hard when O’Brian and Corcoran were explaining the dentist’s death to Maguire. Maguire’s confusion at first while the other two laughed was hilarious.

  • http://www.facebook.com/cole.bateman.18 Cole Bateman

    My favorite part is when Annie stabs her estranged father on their way to the barn loft. It was a very powerful moment and shows Annie’s pure will to escape the clutches of her father to return to Kevin. A great scene, and great acting skills from Kiara. This is my favorite show, and I can’t wait for season two to come around!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Misty-Lundberg/100001004495301 Misty Lundberg

    When Kevin shows us his truly good side by coming to help Annie kill Mr. Haverford in the brothel with a severely broken leg. The scene of him jumping out of the window into the wagon made my leg cringe.

  • Philomena D

    At Thanksgiving Dinner, Annie says a prayer of thanks for both Corky and his wife, Corky takes a breath and tells Annie “you are a good child”. Annie looks up – not sure why but you know more is coming from that direction.

  • Augustus Sweetwater

    My favorite scene is when Corcoran gets his leg snapped. You never see the hero get hurt in television shows these days. It was a breath of fresh air to see the main character get roughed up and have to walk with a cane for a few episodes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kris.berling.3 Kris Berling

    When Annie and Kevin set up Winfred Haverford and Annie kills him. That moment added so much depth to Det. Corcoran’s character, that he was a officer of the law, but wasn’t afraid to do what needed to be done. From that moment on, I feared for anyone that crossed Corky (including Mrs. Haverford when she lied to Corky about where she sent Annie away to)

  • vic

    I suppose my fave had to be last weeks in the church. The impending death by MsGuire. Corky certainly showed restraint! Given the truth is out there now, it will be interesting to see what happens. Another favorite, Annie all done up in the brothel and Corky coming after her and turning a blind eye to her stabbing the SOB. OH I just love this show! <3

  • William

    When he has the two suspects in interrigation and he picks up his cane and says “now start talking, or I Start swinging”

  • Suzanne Sexton

    When Kevin had Francis at gun point to make him confess. You could see both were in agony.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ry.leone Roy Leone

    Corky and Francis in the church,emotions at a fever pitch,

  • Suzanne Sexton

    When kevin breaks down and cries after finding his wife. He lays his head in her lap sobbing.

  • Collis

    When Corcoran encountered the Bowery Boys after the Gala

  • http://twitter.com/Moonpye Lisa Rey

    There are so many well-written, brilliantly acted scenes that it is difficult to choose just one. I would have to say that one of my very favorite scenes was in the A Day to Give Thanks episode where Corcoran finally takes a stand with the police Captain. I think it was pivotal for Corcoran’s character, both personally and professionally. Such an amazing show on all levels.

  • http://www.facebook.com/thom.setaro Thom Setaro

    I enjoyed when the three Booth brothers made their entrance. I have an old Encyclopedic Guide to Shakespeare, given to me by my grandmother. In it is a photograph of the three brothers, in costume, from their performance of Julius Caesar at the Winter Garden Theater, I can’t wait to see how the series develops with their appearance.

  • http://www.facebook.com/beccadennison Rebecca Dennison

    Hmmm.. too many to choose. I had a special happy moment with Matthew and Sara Freeman found out they were having a baby and as Matthew reassures her that the baby will be a bright spot in the future of the world.
    “But this child, our child, will be a light, a beacon in this darkness”

    Also Robert Morehouse blowing up all of that Greek fire was totally awesome!

    Every episode is better and better and although Corcoran is my favorite I am falling for all of the characters head over feet!

  • NYCFreemason

    When Corky ices Haverford and jumps out the window with a broken leg. Priceless.

  • Jim

    When Corcoran comes out of hiding and slashes the brothel owner. Good guy goes evil.

  • http://www.facebook.com/wayne.f.wing Wayne Wing

    “Oh, I hate alright but not in general. My hates are as specific as my affections.” – Kevin Corcoran

  • Robbie 551

    In the church when Kevin gives Francis his badge back. Leading up to to Francis confessing to Kevin about his him and his wife.

  • michael

    “Could be nothin, could be the end of the world”

  • http://www.facebook.com/tucker.monahan Tucker Monahan

    So many choices but I think my favorite was after Corky got injured and he was visited by his daughter Maggie. He knew it was a hallucination but the desire for the moment to be real was written all over his face. It broke my heart!

  • http://www.facebook.com/april.gemeinhardt April Gemeinhardt

    My favorite quote from this fantastic season of Copper was from Kevin Corcoran, aka Corky. It was, “Oh, I hate all right, but not in general. My hate is as specific as my affections.”It was fantastic! Now as for my favorite part of the season? That’s super tough! I loved all of the episodes, so this is a very hard choice. However, I must say it was last week’s episode when Corky found out the truth about Ellen and their darling daughter. The acting from Tom-Weston Jones was just superb. The emotions, the falling down, the pain he displayed. He really is fantastic as Corky! I had never seen it coming, which made it even more grand. The whole show is just spectacular, and a pleasure to watch. Thanks for the chance to win a badge!

  • http://www.facebook.com/awhickey Anita Wong

    The scene where they were explaining how Devery poisoned himself! Hysterical!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/sam.goldstein.71697 Sam Goldstein

    The old money box switcheroo

  • http://www.facebook.com/andrew.maxey.3 Andrew Maxey

    When they shoot first then yell police because it set the tone for my new favorite show. There is so much genuine emotion in this show. I need this badge for my Kevin Corcoran Halloween costume. I have everything everything but the badge. Please!!!

  • Patti

    when Keven found Ellen

  • dori

    There are so many great scenes in this wonderful show, but I guess my two favorites are first when Corky confronts Elizabeth about lying to him and second when he finds Ellen. Tom is such a great actor– his face shows totally different emotions in these two scenes, betrayal from Elizabeth, and love and longing for Ellen. Fantastic.

  • wendy

    Great show! craziest moment for me was when Mollie was murdered. that was so shocking.

  • Bronson

    One of ny all-time favorite quotes “This is a Whore House – people are trying to concentrate.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/raphael.rivard Raphaël Rivard

    The first 5 minutes of the serie were absolutly Fawsome. the rest of the show was a hell of a ride. slaînte

  • Russ54d

    When Corcoran puts his captain against the wall.Needed to be done sooner.Great scene.Exstablished himself right then.Love this show,sorry to hear season is almost over.Will watch the reruns.

  • http://www.facebook.com/zita.hummer Zita Friderika Hummer

    It’s hard to pick only one scene, but my favorite has to be from episode five, the ball, when Annie wants to check if Robert’s “thing is standing at attention” and she implies that Robert had visited her at the Contessa’s brothel. That scene is priceless!

  • http://www.facebook.com/cdaters Craig Daters

    My favorite scene is from Ep.8 Better Times are Coming, when Corcoran tracks McGuire to a house and learns that McGuire had a wife there only to discover that it was his long lost Ellen.

    I thought for sure that this might have been a season end, heh. This new development sure does introduce a whole new set of issues that everyone must deal with.

  • emsboss

    Corcoran [to Matthew]: If you had cut off my leg without morphine it would have made me curse God, Abraham Lincoln, and my mother but it wouldn’t make me turn against the Union.

  • http://www.facebook.com/colleen.doyleciufo Colleen Doyle-Ciufo

    The scene where Kevin is on his knees, asking Helen if she remembers him & the scene where Kevin confronts his Superior with anger and tells him that those guys that follow him, will stay loyal to him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000508187861 Margaret Daly

    Favorite quote: “This is a Whore House – people are trying to concentrate.” Favorite scene, all of them, one of them would be the scene between Francis and Cocoran in the Church. The other would be between Mrs. Haverford and Robert Morehouse when she asks him to trust her after he said sometimes the only person he felt he could trust was Corky.

  • malaris

    Lots to choose from but I liked the scene where Jasper comes to Sarah’s rescue and confront’s his boxing mentor Marcus. I also liked the boxing match where he refused to throw the match and would have won if not for the ref.

  • Tricia Edwards

    Episode 9 – Corcoran’s got his gun pointed at Maguire’s head in the church…Maguire begs Corcoran to kill him because he doesn’t have the guts to do it himself…Corcoran lowers his gun and says (something to the effects of), “you live with your guilt…that’s what you deserve” EPITOMY of Kevin Corcoran, to me, good man not always doing good things that NEED to be done! LONG LIVE COPPERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bonnie-Brewer-Cavanaugh/1145636248 Bonnie Brewer Cavanaugh

    When Corky climbed the bordello window with a broken leg to save Annie. Great plot twist, and it had to hurt like hell!

  • http://www.facebook.com/andrea.milano2 Andrea Milano

    The church scene between Corky and Francis is my fave and Maguire’s quote: “If the choice is death, or living with the guilt, kill me now, ’cause ain’t got the courage to do it myself”

  • http://www.facebook.com/agnez89 Agnese Lanzetti

    Episode 4, when Corcoran and McGuire are at the bridge. Corcoran throws the locket in the river and McGuire can’t understand why, and he says: “this way I’ll always know where it is”. For me it meanted that he was not obsessed anymore qhit his family tragedy, but in that momnet he was able to change is attitude, becoming less involved with that case. This attitude in the end brought him to discover the truth rationally, not killing anyone (neither McGuire or his wife), acting more rationally. In that moment for me his character relly grew up!

  • http://www.facebook.com/SallyintheValley Sally Bartlett

    My favorite moment is when he picked up Elizabeth and kissed her and held her against the wall and her hand feebly was trying to hang on to something…lol

  • http://www.facebook.com/wes.farris Wes Farris

    My favorite scene: When Corcoran admonishes his drunken partner to “quiet down” because it was a whorehouse and people were trying to concentrate. This scene sums up the value system this show portrays so well.

  • Matthew

    Cops and Robbers, shoot first!

  • http://www.facebook.com/huni.mcgee Huni McGee

    When Corcoran went to the money lender and he says, “Please Adonia” and Corky asks “Who is Adonia” and scoffs when the money lender says “God”. Shows a lot about Corcoran’s emotional/mental struggles.

  • http://www.facebook.com/steve.walters.188 Steve Walters

    My favorite was when Kevin realized Annie was a twin.

  • Judith Brooker

    When Ellen tells Kevin she killed their daughter. The agony and devastation portrayed by Tom was SO compellingly real!

  • http://www.facebook.com/nicholas.p.isaac.5 Nicholas P. Isaac

    Episode 1….the shootout between the Cops and Robbers after they hit the bank. I had no idea what the show was about, and that intro totally captured my attention. The scene revealed a lot about the time and setting of the show; Like how Corky shot the thief first and then identified himself as a copper.

  • http://www.facebook.com/nina.dee.10 Nina Dee

    When Ellen tells Corky she killed their daughter. Powerful stuff well-played by both actors.

  • Jill Stanton

    My favorite animal USED to be pigs, but after seeing that seen with the pigs munching on Reilly’s dead body, I was gagging! A great scene stays with you and this one definitely replays in my mind all the time.

  • Sophia

    Craftsman :I’m not sure liberty to say.
    Corky: (unholdters gun) you can talk or you can pray.

  • http://www.facebook.com/CelticRick Ricky Heilbron

    When Annie shanked Mr Haverford

  • Caleb

    My favorite scene was when Corky slashed up the portrait of Elizabeth, and was so protective of Annie. It really made you realize how he loves her as a daughter, and that he isn’t completely gone as a human as everyone seems to think he is. His entire life isn’t revenge, just mostly.

  • Nick

    I belive its in the forth or fifth episode. The one with the party taking money for charity. Mcocrin and his fellow detectives make the long run with the ‘box of money’ from the street gang. Then the get back stabbed by the other gang and loose the money. All this turns out to be just a ruse to get the gangs to take each other out. I was fooled all the way till the end, but it shows that the detectives aren’t just tough as nails, but clever boys as well.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chimmy89 Steven Chimerofsky

    when they aired the first episode! this show is great because i am so interested with this period in history and its great to be immersed in this world.

  • Melanie

    The discussion in the pub about the chain of events leading to the arsenic in the cake and the deaths surrounding it. brilliant!! V”"V

  • http://www.facebook.com/Crowbone Justin Crawford

    When Annie killed Winfred was a great scene! It was shocking and gruesome, but I felt it was justified.

  • smmink

    Kevin finding his wife…that was gut wrenching

  • Carson

    Elizabeth’s response to the reverend’s blessing on her husband: “Yes, may God repay Winfred for all his deeds.” I have so much respect for that woman.

  • Guest

    My favorite scene was when Kevin picked up Mrs. Haverford and “had his way with her” as we knew he eventually would. Too hot for TV!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1355803018 Robert Craig

    My favorite scene is when our heroes go into the alleyway to stop the bad guys, shoot and THEN announce that they’re police! Priceless!

  • http://www.facebook.com/gloriapigue.miller Gloria Pigue Miller

    My favorite scene was when Corky picked up Mrs. Haverford and “had his way with her” as we knew he eventually would. Too hot for TV!!!

  • ChadP1

    To seemingly infinite intoxications!!

  • Warren S.

    I liked when he found his wife, he was ready to tear the home for the sick people down to find out what Francis was doing there. Then he saw his wife and had a flood of completely opposite emotions than minutes before. Beautiful moment.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mallory.sholtz Mallory Sholtz

    My personal favorite is the scene between Matthew and Sara when they discover that she’s pregnant. It’s a really beautiful interaction.

    I also love the scene where Robert revels that he’d hidden the money from the fund raiser in his leg at the end of La Tempete. Sneaky bastard.

  • http://www.facebook.com/susan.h.smiley Susan Haas Smiley

    opening episode when perps are diveing up loot from robbery, Corky and his men shoot them all, then yell “POLICE”, beautiful.

  • Karen

    When Corky saw his wife’s face in the home….the look in his eyes was so full of love and hope

  • Danny

    When Andrew says- “She’s threatening to move to Kentucky…. I don’t even know where Kentucky is!”

  • http://www.facebook.com/dizzygirl Gen Bailey

    Best moment? When Winnie Haverford gets his just desserts. He got exactly what was coming to him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kevin.ryan.1862 Kevin Ryan

    favorite line: My greatest talent is my ability to disappoint

  • http://www.facebook.com/bats.meksyphet Bats Meksyphet

    My favorite part was also when Corky basically assaults the (demeaning) Captain, pins him to the wall and tells him exactly where he stands with the men of the precinct. Awesome!

  • http://www.facebook.com/marcel.hegglin.7 Marcel Hegglin

    When his “boss” finds the dead false dentist and eats the cake and dies because of it (and thanks to the writers, that the other guy did not accept the offer to eat it as well).

  • http://twitter.com/TheManOx Thomas Byrne

    When Maguire and O’Brien pal around with Corcoran after he gets his leg messed up by the Pinkertons. Even though he’s in pain those Irish boys still manage to have some laughs.

  • http://www.facebook.com/deborah.rose.96 Deborah Rose

    My favourite moment had to be when Robert Morehouse hid the money from the charity gala in his prosthetic leg and the would be robbers ended up with an empty box. Very clever!

  • Joe

    I loved the scene where kevin comes into that building to find that guy and and is so combat ready and breaks down the door to find his wife in the back and he just breaks down to try and get her to say something. And for my favorite quote is “You can talk or enjoy the darkness”

  • http://www.facebook.com/dcruey Denise May

    I liked it when he almost choked Elizabeth over what she had done to Annie.

  • http://www.facebook.com/russell.roberts.5 Russell Roberts

    My favorite part was when he found Francis in the church, I think he realized Francis did what he did because Francis cares about him and his wife.

  • jimmy b

    My favorite moment came in the fist episode when Kevin got into a gun fight with the bank robbers and he shoots the guy and the yells “stop police”

  • http://www.facebook.com/springer9 Jeremy Springer

    “Moving on. Not exactly my specialty.” – Kevin Corcoran. Best line from the show!

  • http://www.facebook.com/shelley.spaulding.3 Shelley Spaulding

    I liked when Corcoran found his wife (for a bit anyways), but I loved when Doctor Freeman and his wife found out they were pregnant. Sarah seemed to brighten and lose the burden she was carrying around with her. It was also nice to see that she could have babies when I had been developing the opinion that something happened during the riots that caused her to be barren.

  • http://www.facebook.com/john.beecham.77 John Beecham

    My favorite was when Corky threw Annie’s “father”/husband into the pigpen. There are just too many good quotes to pick one.

  • http://www.facebook.com/teresa.crowther Teresa Crowther

    my favorite was when Corky came home to find Annie in his wifes dress and says ‘go up stairs and change your clothes’

  • http://www.facebook.com/ann.ashford1 Ann Ashford

    It has to be the merry go round cake that ended up killing such a “great” cop.

  • Alejandro de Quesada

    “Talk now or enjoy the darkness” in my opinion will be the most well well known qoute that will be used by fans. Its said at a moment of clear anger and despair in that episode that will resonate among viewers. I’ve even joyed the qoute that I used it on my Facebook page. One last thing as a published author and historian is that I’m impressed at how the show circles around history and brings up events and people of 1864! Erin go bragh!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/therese.lamarche1 Therese LaMarche

    I think my favorite scene was when Ellen confessed to accidentally killing Maggie. The waves of emotions coming off Corkie knocked me for a loop.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dewayne.heine DeWayne Heine

    “When I return, we can speak of your seemingly infinite intoxication.” ~Robert Morehouse

  • Katherine

    So many good quotes, but I loved the one from Norbert this past episode,”Robert, if you wish to discuss conduct, when I return, we can speak of your infinite intoxication.” I also love the scenes with Sybil and Andrew. They’re a great pair!

  • http://www.facebook.com/sherry.perkins.79 Sherry Perkins

    When we see Francis alone, distraught, and naked in the whorehouse and Kevin comes in to rescue and remove. In a drunken and heartbroken state, Francis talks and cries about going to the cemetery to “talk to Molly.” Very poignant scene. Go Francis! I’d marry you!

  • http://www.facebook.com/blu.snowbird Blu Snowbird

    Cheif” enough is enough, do you understand me?”
    Corky” no sir ”
    Cheif” no? no? You really are a dumb SOB”
    Cheif is slammed against the wall by Corky
    Corky”You listen to me you slimy piece shite, the sign on the door might say captian, but it has been along time since you been in charge of this precinct.these here are my men and they’d sooner follow me into hell before saving your hide…”"

  • http://www.facebook.com/oratiodominica Janice Kubik

    “Talk now or enjoy the darkness..” Very powerful scene!

  • Susan

    Really freaked me out when he was threatening the priest. I thought, “oh-oh, he’s going staright to heel”. Of course, I was raised Catholic, so it was a normal reaction. :)

    • Susan

      Um, that would be “hell”.

  • Alanna M

    When Corcoran danced with Elizabeth at the fundraising event she hosted.

  • Heather Sell

    When Corky sets up Annie to be sold back to the Madame, then arranges for Annie to take revenge on Haverford. All while he was injured with his broken leg.

  • tgesch

    When Corky is home, alone, leg broken, high on meds, his daughter appears and curls up in his arms. He is truly peaceful and content. a nice, secret, loving moment in contrast to his volatile life.

    (This show is fab)

  • http://www.facebook.com/hervey.p.cote Hervey Philip Cote

    “You remind me of my brother Boyo. He’s dead”! Too many great scenes and quotes to highlight just one. Hope the next season comes quickly!

  • http://www.facebook.com/kevin.bryla Kevin Bryla

    When Corky threw the “exposed” carcass of Annie’s “so-called” father to the hog’s. Now that was a real, corker!!!

  • Bill H.

    I liked it when he threw Annie’s dad to the pigs.

  • Frank Gustafson

    I liked the scene from episode 1, when Kevin stepped out of hiding, pointed his gun at the bank robbers and fired. Then he yells out police. Classic!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=6910004 Sarah Brunelle

    The scene where they figure out the dentist accidentally killed himself.

  • http://www.facebook.com/joschaaf Joanne Schaaf

    I was happy when Annie came to live with Corcoran. She could be herself, and not what others wanted her to be, or to abuse her. I hope Corky adopts her!

  • http://www.facebook.com/steven.bryson.18 Steven Bryson

    My favorite scene was when Annie killed the man who killed her sister.

  • http://twitter.com/BostjanLo Boštjan Lotrič

    I liked this quote : Eva Heissen: It’s not the first dead body I’ve seen

  • http://www.facebook.com/joshua.martinez.1441 Bestie Martinez

    When a worn out Annie came into Kevin’s arms after running away from her “husband” & he held her as she said “oh kevin, tell me everythings gonna be alright, even if its not” and with that the nightmare ends

  • Oghma Gem

    When they finally realized the solution to the fruitcake mystery . . . the tortuous route it had taken. LOL

  • http://www.facebook.com/michael.lathroum Michael Lathroum

    The opening scene with the robbers where he shoots firt and then identifies himself as a police officer

  • http://www.facebook.com/sophia.panter Sophia Panter

    The scene in the bar where the discussion of the double murder was being enacted. Of course, the entire episode with Francis being sneaky and then he finds his wife was explosive. But I’d go with the bar scene

  • Mary Dohve

    My favorite scene was when he threw out Annie and Eva from his house. Then he went postal on his wife

  • VirginiaGent

    Tossing your captain against a wall and saying that those men outside “will follow ME into Hell!”. Didn’t see it coming, and it shook me, like good drama should.

  • http://www.facebook.com/murrianna.thomson Murrianna Thomson

    I loved the closing scene of Arsenic and Old Cake where they are discussing the misadventures of the murderous fruit cake. So many twists and turns.

  • I LIKE

    i like when Annie killed the pedadaphile!

  • gabe robinson

    When corky and the boys made a run through the city with a “box full of money”, and took care of two problems at once, brilliant.

  • http://www.facebook.com/april.gemeinhardt April Gemeinhardt

    Ahhhh!! I can’t believe I won! Thank you so much! Now I’m just waiting to be contacted! This made my year!

  • http://www.facebook.com/beth.morrison.3386 Beth Morrison

    Who won????

  • http://www.facebook.com/tracie.simmons Tracie Simmons

    love this show! my favorite scene was when corky found out that elizabeth had lied to him about annie and then he sliced up her painting and then told her he would slit her vocal cords so she could scream but no one could hear her! loved it!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/lauralynn.adams Lauralynn Abnet Adams

    I will slit your throat right across the voicebox so no one hears you scream! Dark and scary! I hate when people lie to me as well!! Don’t blame Corky for getting mad!!

  • Gram Joan

    Love watching Annie struggle with trying to be a typical child. She never was a typical child, she knows too much and yet, knows nothing of love. Love the way Corky deals with her, talking straight with her; understanding what she has gone through and not letting her be exposed to her previous life as much as possible.

  • kat060

    OH GOD I want one i used to be private investigator tll i had accident i love this show it it just looks at both side fronm his boss who thinks he insane instead of seeing a great investigative intuition so please i wont one so bad i would be happiest person alive

  • dave

    If I wanted to buy one of these badges who do I contact.

  • jimi

    General Donovans Speech- Rallying Cry was dramatic