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Anthony Bridgerton: Ladies do not hunt.

Kate Sharma: Do not, or are not allowed to?

Daphne Basset: Seeing as though you were such a help to me last season, it would only be fair of me to return the favor.

Anthony Bridgerton: Is that a promise or a threat?

(Anthony tries to recite a poem Benedict wrote for him to present...)

Anthony Bridgerton: My apologies. I cannot do this. I cannot claim these words as my own. They are someone else's entirely. Truth be told, I'm not... I'm not a man of poetry. Words of flattery are beautiful and sweet, but they are also hollow unless accompanied by action. Miss Edwina, I could stand here and pretend to be someone I am not. I could pretend to want the very same things as you, but I'd be lying. I may not be able to... offer the display of passion that you truly deserve. But I assure you that when it comes to action and duty... I shall never be found lacking. And I hope that is what will speak louder than any pretty words ever can.

Benedict Bridgerton: "What is it, truly, to admire a woman? To look at her and feel inspiration. To delight in her beauty. So much so that all your defenses crumble, that you would willingly take on any pain, any burden for her. To honor her being with your deeds and words." That is what the true poet describes.

Anthony Bridgerton: You should apply yourself more often, Benedict. Write that down.

Anthony Bridgerton: I thought this sort of thing was supposed to be your pleasure.

Benedict Bridgerton: Poetry, yes. Byron, heavens, no.

Anthony Bridgerton: Is not everyone supposed to love Byron?

Benedict Bridgerton: Many in our year at Cambridge thought my poetry far superior to his.

Anthony Bridgerton: Does that mean yours is more or less deceitful?

Benedict Bridgerton: Deceitful?

Anthony Bridgerton: Mmm.

Benedict Bridgerton: Poetry is the opposite, Brother. It is the art of revealing precious truth with words.

Anthony Bridgerton: Quite right, Brother. You... You're being serious?

Benedict Bridgerton: Mm-hmm.

Anthony Bridgerton: Good God. Good night.

Anthony Bridgerton: It is only out of the greatest love of my family that I aim to choose a bride with my head and not my... heart.

Eloise Bridgerton: Swept away by many a nimble-footed young lady, Brother?

Anthony Bridgerton: I can still barely feel my toes. I thought you ladies were taught to dance.

Eloise Bridgerton: I thought you gentlemen capable of worthwhile conversation. How sad both of our hopes were dashed.

Margaret Goring: The harp is a wonderful instrument, my lord, teaching one patience, strength, and an appreciation for beauty, of course.

Anthony Bridgerton: But do you read?

Margaret Goring (confused): Books?

Violet Bridgerton: See that he is quite well.

Benedict Bridgerton: Me?

Anthony Bridgerton: I'm not in need of coddling. I assure you all, everything is in order.

Anthony Bridgerton: I do not need feeling. What I need is what I have, and that is a list. Tolerable, dutiful, suitable enough hips for childbearing, and at least half a brain. And that last part is not so much a requirement but a preference, in fact.

Anthony Bridgerton: I want you to know I am not angry with you. I do not blame you for what transpired.

Daphne Bridgerton: Do not treat me like a child. I did this.

Anthony Bridgerton: He took advantage of you.

Daphne Bridgerton: No less than I took liberties with him.

Anthony Bridgerton: You do not understand. I should have protected you better. I knew his true nature from the start.

Daphne Bridgerton: You think that just because I am a woman, I am incapable of making my own choices?

Simon Basset: You know, I do suppose if it were not for an overzealous mother at every corner, this time of year in the city would not be so very dreadful.

Anthony Bridgerton: Those mothers simply want the same as you, I rather think.

Simon Basset: For every last one of them to choke on their daughters' hair ribbons?

Anthony Bridgerton: For you to claim a wife, Hastings.