Lucy Carlyle: What are we doing this for? What does any of it mean if we end up stabbed or dead at the bottom of the Thames with nobody left to care? This doesn't feel like winning.
(Later at home...)
Anthony Lockwood: I'm sorry. You were right. I got totally carried away on this job. I was thoughtless and reckless. I just wanted to say, don't give up on us. Please. Or... what I really should say is... don't give up on me. To be honest, the bottom of the Thames used to be a far more appealing place to be. And really no one would have cared. But now...
This quote comes from the TV series ‘Lockwood & Co.’. The scene where this moment comes from is in Season 1 Episode 8, with the title of ‘Not the Eternal’ (1×08). The show is based on a book series of the same name. | Lockwood & Co. series is produced by Netflix