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Fictional last words in live-action television series

The following is a list of last words attributed to various fictional characters in television shows. Characters are listed according to the originating show, then the name of character the quote is attributed to (in case of more than one quote per source). Where possible, for the purposes of clarification, further explanatory notes have been presented. Additionally, if a character's final words consist of a dialogue with the other characters, the other character's speech may be included for contextual purposes; for example, if one character asks a question that the one who is about to die answers.

Some characters may have more than one "death," in instances such as being resurrected, or existing temporarily as an undead being. In some of those instances, their last words from each "death" may be added if they are significant. Additionally, significant last words from deaths that are merely assumed to have happened or are non-canon are included. Additionally, in instances where there are multiple outcomes, or in media with alternate timelines, the character's last words will be featured.

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  • You might have beaten death Arvin, but you could never beat me!
    • Who: Jack Bristow
    • Source: Alias
    • Note: Character is speaking to another character who was previously killed and then resurrected.
  • I think there's a badger in our chimney. Hand me that flashlight.
    • Who: Sheldon's Uncle Carl
    • Source: The Big Bang Theory
    • Note: As Sheldon Cooper is calculating the different kinds of ways he could end up possibly dying (as he was trying to find a way to expand his lifespan), he explains to Leonard that one situation his uncle faced was confronting a badger. According to Sheldon, those may have been his last words.
  • May good thrive!
  • Over our dead bodies!
    • Who: The Black Seal
    • Source: The Black Adder (Series 1)
    • Note: The Hawk leader of the Black Seal proposes a toast to their enterprise using the first line. Then the Black Seal respond with the second line, then characters then hold a toast with poisoned wine. Sean the Irish Bastard is an exception, as it isn't his final words.
  • Mmm. It's got a bit of a sting in it's tail!
    • Who: Sean the Irish Bastard
    • Source: The Black Adder (Series 1)
    • Note: Character has just been knock of his feet by drinking poisoned wine, he then has a second goblet of poisoned wine.
  • The Black Dagger [Edmund (feebly): Adder... Adder!]
  • May his name last as long as our dynasty!
    • Who: See Note
    • Source: The Black Adder (Series 1)
    • Note: The whole court including Harry Prince of Wales & Gertude of Flanders toast the mortally wounded Edmund with poisoned wine and get Edmund's alias wrong thanks to King Richard promting the first line. Richard IV then continues the toast with the second line at which point everyone drops dead.
  • Good Lord! I wonder if it was the wine. (drinks from goblet) No. Seems perfectly alright to me. And now at last, I shall be King of E...(ngland)
    • Who: Edmund Plantagenet -- alias The Black Adder
    • Source: The Black Adder (Series 1)
    • Note: Character has just seen the entire court drop dead after drinking a toast to him. The wine was poisoned - however, it would not have made much difference as the character was mortally wounded.
  • You've got the wrong man!
    • Who: Predecessor to Edmund as Lord High Executioner
    • Source: Blackadder II
    • Note: He filled out an execution order incorrectly, so they had the right man and the form to prove it. Told to Edmund by Melchet when they are looking for a new Lord High Execution.
  • My wife might've bloody-well turned-up!
    • Who: Lord Poncemby
    • Source: Blackadder II
    • Note: Said at his execution. Not actually heard on-screen. Edmund - the Lord High Executioner - asks Percy were there any interesting last words today and responded with the line. Percy's acurracy is in doubt as he thinks the person who said it was Lord Farrow.
  • Actually, Baldrick, I'm not dead. You see, I had a cigarello case too... oh, damn. Must have left it on the dresser.
    • Who: Prince George (Hugh Laurie)
    • Source: Blackadder the Third (Specifically episode 6 - "Duel and Duality")
    • Note: Character has been shot, but has briefly come back to life. Another character had previously cheated death in a similar manner.
  • You'll get through it. All you got to worry about is when you run out of booze, and you run out of company... And the only person left to judge you is your---
    • Who: James "Jimmy" Darmody
    • Source: Boardwalk Empire
    • Note: Character is speaking to Nucky Thompson, who is about to kill him in revenge for an attempt on his life. Before he can finish, Nucky shoots him twice in the head.
  • I... ple-please don't. Just don't make me go. I-I don't want to go. I love -it's been lovely. Being here with - with you.
    • Who: Vincent Nigel-Murray
    • Source: Bones
    • Note: Last words as he lies dying, having been shot in the chest by Broadsky.
  • It was a pleasure playing with you sport. Now get out. Get out while you can.
    • Who: Victor Stecker-Epps
    • Source: "Burn Notice"
    • Note: Having been shot by Carla's operative, Victor understood that either Michael could kill him and take credit for his death or he could be killed by "Management." He tells Michael to kill him and says this line before being shot in the chest at point blank. Despite previous conlicts between the two, his death leaves Michael clearly saddened.
  • Time is up, Michael! Finish it off or I will finish it for you!
    • Who: "Carla"
    • Source: "Burn Notice"
    • Note: Realizing that Michael was not going to hand over either Victor or the information he had on her, Carla moved to detonate the C4 that she had planted in their boat only to be shot by Fiona. Fiona had, on numerous occasions, expressed a desire to kill Carla.
  • You don't get to have the girl and the job! She doesn't fit into your future. OUR future! So why don't you just do yourself a favor and forget the past?! [Michael: Fiona is not my past.]
    • Who: "Thomas Strickler"
    • Source: "Burn Notice"
    • Note: Believing that Fiona's presence would prevent Michael from getting his burn notice revoked, Strickler handed her over to O'Neill. Michael shot him after he refused to let Michael intervene.
  • I have a system..I..I have a system...
  • Marilyn! Marilyn!
    • Who: Larry David
    • Source: Curb Your Enthusiasm
    • Note: After giving his kidney to Richard Lewis, Larry faced difficult recovery and ended up dying. His last words were to Cheryl, explaining that it couldn't have been him who misplaced "The Sopranos" DVD case because he has a certain system when watching DVDs. The second time, his angelic guides realize that Larry is not ready for Heaven and send him back. As Larry's fading back to Earth, he sees Marilyn Monroe and she comments on how she loves Seinfeld and his sense of humor.
  • You'll never get me out of the Vic.
    • Who: 'Dirty' Den Watts {Leslie Grantham)
    • Source: Eastenders
    • Notes: 'The Vic' refers to the 'Queen Victoria' pub, of which character was the landlord. Ironically, he was later buried under the pub by his murderer.
  • To the death of our marriage. [drinks poisoned champagne] Whore.
    • Who: Christopher 'Chris' Tate (Peter Amory)
    • Source: Emmerdale
    • Notes: Chris poisoned himself to frame his prostitute wife Charity for his murder.
  • When you can't run, you crawl. And when you can't crawl, when you can't do that... (You find someone to carry you)
    • Who: Tracey
    • Source: Firefly
    • Note: The character quotes an old saying of his army unit but is unable to finish. A nearby friend completes it.
  • Keep the money. Use it to buy a funeral. It doesn't matter where you go, or how far you fly -- I will hunt you down, and the last thing you see will be my blade
    • Who: Crow
    • Source: Firefly
    • Note: Crow refuses to take back payment for a job that the crew have backed out on. He is then kicked into a working spaceship engine.
  • Okay dear, you go get the eggs and I'm gonna get the yogurt and we'll meet at the checkout counter.
    • Who: Phoebe Buffay's grandmother
    • Source: Friends, episode 5x13
    • Note: Phoebe is shopping with her grandmother, who then bends over to get the yogurt and dies of unnamed causes. Superstitious Phoebe tells her friends that they "will meet at the checkout counter," referring to the afterlife.
  • I hate you.
    • Who: Frieda Claxton
    • Source: The Golden Girls
    • Notes: Frieda Claxton was a notorious grump, and wanted to destroy a 200-year-old tree on her property. When Rose asked how she could hate a living thing, Frieda responded as above. Incensed, Rose shouted at her, finishing with "either listen or drop dead", after which Frieda did.
  • I even wear quiet clothes.
    • Who: Al Beatty
    • Source: The Golden Girls
    • Notes: Rose's date Al wanted to "continue the evening", but Rose was afraid to do so. He promised her he would be quiet, and the two entered her bedroom. Al died of a heart attack in the night.
  • Congratulations. You got your answer.
    • Who: Dr. Ezra Powell Joel Grey
    • Source: House
    • Note: Said to Dr. House after speaker has been diagnosed with a terminal illness.
  • That's not the last feeling I want to experience.
    • Who: Amber Volakis
    • Source: House
    • Note: Said in response to Dr. Wilson questioning why she was not angry with him.
  • Cancer's boring.
    • Who: Dr. Gregory House
    • Source: House
    • Note: Final line of series.

AngelEdit

See Last words in Buffy the Vampire Slayer media

Babylon 5Edit

  • Eject homing beacon and attach system record!
    • Who: Warren Keffer
    • Note: Keffer was following a strange alien vessel which spotted him. This line was in reaction to being spotted. (While Keffer did not survive, the record did.)
  • I was born warrior caste…but I see now the calling of my heart…is religious! The war is over! Listen to her! Listen!
    • Who: Neroon
    • Note: Neroon is sacrificing himself to save Delenn, a religious caste member, from the fire of the Starfire Wheel. This act also ends the feud between the religious and warrior castes.
  • It's too late for me. I'm sorry for what I did before. I knew what was ahead. I guess—I guess I was afraid. When you've lived as long as I have, you kind of get used to it. I—I wish I could have done more for you. There's so much I should have said—now it's too late. You're right. It's time you began fighting this war your way. I've got to go now, John. [Sheridan protests] It's all right, son. See—as long as you're here, I'll always be here.
  • Jump. Jump, now!
    • Who: Kosh
    • Note: For the first line, Kosh is speaking to Sheridan in a dream, as Sheridan's father. Part of Kosh remains behind, though, and remains attached to Sheridan. The second line is what Kosh says to Sheridan just before Sheridan jumps into a deep abyss, and is the last thing we hear him say in the series.
  • I love you.
    • Who: Marcus Cole
    • Note: Marcus is sacrificing his life energy so that Ivanova, the one he loves, may live.
  • Well…look at that…the sun's coming up….
    • Who: John Sheridan
    • Note: Said as the character is being bathed in light, and taken beyond the rim of the galaxy.
  • We have unfinished business between us, G'Kar. Let us make an end of it quickly, before it stops me. I am as tired of my life as you are.
    • Who: Londo Mollari
    • Note: Stated just before he and G'Kar choke each other to death, fulfilling a dream he'd had for over 20 years. "It" is a creature that has Londo under its partial control, but is sleeping at the moment.

Band of BrothersEdit

  • Will! Hey, Will! I need your help here.
    • Who: 1st Lt. Thomas Meehan
    • Note: Last words to Sgt. Evans while en route to Normandy. During the drop, their plane is shot down and everyone aboard, including him, is killed.
  • Lieutenant Winters..with Captain Sobel's compliments, sir. Lieutenant.
    • Who: SSgt. William Evans (Simon Pegg)
    • Note: Last words to Winters and Nixon while delivering a court-martial letter from Sobel. During the drop, his plane is shot down and everyone aboard, including him, is killed.
  • You mean, over-
    • Who: Anonymous soldier
    • Note: While under fire, a soldier asks Sergeant Lipton where Battalion Headquarters was. Lipton points back the way they came and when the soldier raises his head to look, he gets hit by a bullet.
  • Sir, I don't have any way to set it off, sir!
    • Who: Pvt. John "Cowboy" Hall
    • Note: Hall's last words during battle while trying to destroy one of the German flak guns, while racing back and forth between groups, he is hit by the impact of a grenade and dies.
  • Come on! Luz--
    • Who: Sgt. Warren "Skip" Muck
    • Note: During a shelling, Muck and Penkala call to Luz to get in their foxhole so he won't get hit. A shell lands right in Penkala and Muck's foxhole, instantly killing both soldiers.
  • SARGE!
    • Who: Pvt. James Miller (James McAvoy)
    • Note: Last words after spotting a German halftrack, when they are attacking Nuenen. During the battle of Nuenen, he is killed by a German shell.
  • Hey, Lip, you said I was a great shot?
    • Who: Cpl. Donald Hoobler
    • Note: The Luger he obtained after killing a German soldier accidentally goes off and shoots Hoobler in the leg, severing a vital artery. He dies shortly after. The question was referring to the head shot he made on the same German soldier.
  • I don't wanna die...I don't wanna die...
    • Who: Pvt. Eugene Jackson
    • Note: Said after being hit by his own grenade. He dies of his wounds.
  • Well, that's just not good enough.
    • Who: Pfc. John Janovec
    • Note: Last words before dying in a car accident on his way back to headquarters. His last statement was referring to Webster's comment who said he had 81 points, 4 points short of being able to go back home.

Battlestar Galactica (2003 series)Edit

  • Frak you.
    • Who: Helena Cain
    • Note: Cain is talking to her former lover and prisoner, Gina, who is holding a gun to her head. Gina sarcastically responds "You're not my type" before fatally shooting Cain in the head.
  • It stopped.
    • Who: Felix Gaeta
    • Note: Gaeta is referring to the "phantom pain" in his amputated left leg. He is then executed by firing squad for leading a mutiny against Admiral Adama.
  • You should know that your Raptor been destroyed. You can't go back that way.
    • Who: Boomer/Sharon Valerii/Number Eight
    • Note: After choosing to return Hera to Helo and Athena, Boomer allows herself to be shot and killed by Athena.
  • Let's....Let's just all agree that no matter what we learn about each other...we're all Cylons and we're all capable of making mistakes.
    • Who: Tory Foster
    • Note: Foster is about to enter a process that will share her memories with several other Cylons, including Galen Tyrol, the widower of a woman Foster murdered. When he learns what she did, an enraged Tyrol snaps Foster's neck.
  • Frak!
    • Who: John Cavil/Number One
    • Note: Cavil, a Cylon, has just realized that his side had lost their war with humanity, and commits suicide with a pistol to avoid a painful death. "Frak" is an expletive invented for the series.
  • I'll see you on the other side.
    • Who: Samuel T. Anders
    • Note: Anders is speaking to his wife, Kara Thrace, shortly before he pilots all of the Colonial fleets' ships into a star.
  • There's so much life.
    • Who: Laura Roslin
    • Note: Roslin is flying over Earth with Bill Adama, and she comments on the abundant wildlife before succumbing to cancer.

Breaking BadEdit

  • I say we cap them both.
    • Who: Emilio Koyama
    • Source: Pilot [Episode 1x1]
    • Note: Character says this line when trying to convince his cousin, Krazy-8, to kill both Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. He is killed shortly afterward when Walt causes a chemical explosion which causes Emilio to suffocate on phosphine gas.
  • Unlock me, Walter.
    • Who: "Krazy-8" Molina
    • Source: "...And the Bag's in the River" [Episode 1x3]
    • Note: Character says this before Walt slowly suffocates him.
  • No, come on, Tuco. I'm just...I'm just saying.
    • Who: "No Doze"
    • Source: "A No-Rough-Stuff Type Deal" [Episode 1x7]
    • Note: Character says this before being viciously and senselessly beaten by the drug kingpin Tuco Salamanca, in front of Walt and Jesse; character dies of his injuries shortly afterward.
  • Tell me what you did!
    • Who: Tuco Salamanca
    • Source: "Grilled" [Episode 2x2]
    • Note: Character is addressing Walt, shortly before being shot by Hank Schrader.
  • What did I say? Get out of here! What are you waiting for? Go!
    • Who: "Combo" Ortega
    • Source: "Mandala" [Episode 2x8]
    • Note: Character tells a young boy to leave the corner where he is dealing meth, unaware that the young boy is about to kill him at the beheast of rival dealers.
  • Finish him.
    • Who: Leonel Salamanca
    • Source: "One Minute" [Episode 3x7]
    • Note: Character's last spoken words before being poisoned by Mike Ehrmantraut in the following episode.
  • Too easy.
    • Who: Marco Salamanca
    • Source: "One Minute" [Episode 3x7]
    • Note: Character's last words before being shot through the head by Hank.
  • Don Eladio, Gustavo didn't mean to offend. I know Gustavo like a brother. He's an honorable man. The most loyal man I have ever known. He rescued me from the Santiago slums. He made me the man I am today. Gustavo is a genius. He will make you millions. Just find it in your heart to forgive him this one small mistake. Please, he's my partner. I need him! I swear to God!
    • Who: Maximino "Max" Arciniega
    • Source: "Hermanos" [Episode 4x8]
    • Note: In a flashback, Max, who is partnered with a young Gustavo Fring before being shot in the head by a Mexican drug kingpin, Hector Salamanca.
  • It's all clear.
    • Who: Tyrus Kitt
    • Source: "Face Off" [Episode 4x13]
    • Note: Character contacts Gus via cell phone, telling him there is no danger in Hector Salamanca's nursing home; character subsequently dies in the bomb blast that kills Gus and Hector.
  • Last chance to look at me, Hector.
    • Who: Gus Fring
    • Source: "Face Off" [Episode 4x13]
    • Note: Character speaks to a now-invalid Hector Salamanca, realizing too late that Walt has helped the elderly kingpin rigged a car bomb on his wheelchair. The subsequent explosion blows off half of Gus' face and kills him.
  • [Ding ding ding ding ding ding...]
    • Who: Hector Salamanca
    • Source: "Face Off" [Episode 4x13]
    • Note: Character dies in the bomb blast that is triggered by his signature bell that he uses to communicate.
  • What? You got a problem with stairs?
    • Who: Gus' Operative
    • Source: "Face Off" [Episode 4x13]
    • Note: Character says this to another guard who uses an elevator, right before being shot by Walter White.
  • Listen, Mike—
    • Who: Chris Mara
    • Source: "Madrigal" [Episode 5x2]
    • Note: Character, a hitman, says this before he is killed by Mike.
  • Shut the fuck up and let me die in peace.
    • Who: Mike Ehrmantraut
    • Source: "Say My Name" [Episode 5x7]
    • Note: Character says this to Walt, who has shot him.
  • You heard the man! Put 'em down!
    • Who: Steven Gomez
    • Source: "To'ohajiilee" [Episode 5x13]
    • Note: Character's last words spoken before being killed off-screen in a shootout with Jack Welker's gang.
  • You're the smartest guy I ever met, and you're too stupid to see. He made up his mind ten minutes ago. Do what you're gonna d–
    • Who: Hank Schrader
    • Source: "Ozymandias" [Episode 5x14]
    • Note: Character, addressing Walt, says this before being executed by Jack.
  • Where?
    • Who: Andrea Cantillo
    • Source: "Granite State" [Episode 5x15]
    • Note: Character says this before being shot in the head by Todd Alqvist.
  • Jesus. Mr. White...
    • Who: Todd Alqvist
    • Source: "Felina" [Episode 5x16]
    • Note: Character says this before having his neck broken by Jesse.
  • You want your money, right? You wanna know where it is? You pull that trigger, you'll never–
    • Who: Jack Welker
    • Source: "Felina" [Episode 5x16]
    • Note: Character says this before being shot in the head by Walt.
  • Oh my God...
    • Who: Lydia Rodarte-Quayle
    • Source: "Felina" [Episode 5x16]
    • Note: Character says this after learning that Walt has poisoned her with ricin.
  • Well... goodbye, Lydia.
    • Who: Walter White
    • Source: "Felina" [Episode 5x16]
    • Note: Character's last spoken words before dying from a gunshot wound.

Buffy the Vampire SlayerEdit

See Last words in Buffy the Vampire Slayer media

CastleEdit

  • No...you're not. And he's not. I saw to that. You're done Lockwood. We both are.
    • Who: Captain Roy Montgomery
    • Source: Episode 3.24 "Knockout"
    • Note: Character has been mortally wounded in a shootout with Hal Lockwood's hit squad in order to protect Detective Beckett. Lockwood (the last surviving member of the squad) mocks character's efforts and says he'll simply kill Beckett anyway. Character responds with the above, referring to Lockwood and his (as yet unknown) employer, and fatally shoots him with his hidden backup gun.

ChuckEdit

  • You're special son. Always remember it, that... you're special.
    • Who: Stephen J. Bartowski, aka Orion
    • Source: Episode 3.18 "Chuck vs. the Subway"
  • The CIA didn't send me out here to affirm your love, Bartowski. You need the intersect up and running. Now get that rock off your chest and be a real spy like me-.... Did I just get... shot? [Chuck: "No! No!"] Ah, I certainly did.
    • Who: Agent Jim Rye

Criminal MindsEdit

  • Can I forgive myself? No, I can't.
    • Who: Randall Garner
    • Source: Episode 2x01 "The Fisher King, Part 2"
    • Note: Last words before character kills himself by blowing himself up. Was referring to when he failed to save his family in a house fire.
  • You got me, man. I surrender.
    • Who: George Foyet, aka The Reaper
    • Source: Episode 5x09 "100"
    • Note: Character says this line to Aaron, who has managed to subdue him. But Aaron ignores him, instead choosing to avenge his wife's murder at Foyet's hands by beating Foyet to death.
  • Do you believe in heaven? Derek: [raises gun] This is your last chance. Do you think I might see her there? Maybe get a second chance? [stands up] I'd really like that.
    • Who: Billy Flynn, the Prince of Darkness
    • Source: Episode 6x01 "The Longest Night"
    • Note: Last words before character commits suicide by cop and is shot to death by Derek. Was referring to his late mother, who he had murdered following a strained relationship with her, though he had always wished he could have been given a second chance to make his relationship with her work.
  • C'mon, you gotta be kidding--
    • Who: Anita Weld Roycewood
    • Source: Episode "Mosley Lane"
    • Note: Last words before character, a serial child abductor, is fatally shot by one of her teenaged captors. She said this when she saw him pointing a gun at her.

Desperate HousewivesEdit

  • Why should I? Your wife didn't kill herself because I wrote a note. She killed herself because of what she did to that poor baby! But rest assured, I'm praying for Mary Alice. After what she did, she'll need all of our prayers.
    • Who: Martha Huber, speaking about Mary Alice Young
    • Source: Episode 1x08, "Guilty"
    • Note: Mrs. Huber reveals that she was the one who wrote the note ("I know what you did / It makes me sick / I'm going to tell") that caused Mary Alice to kill herself. She is then murdered by Paul Young
  • I mean it. Get out. Leave the chart. I want to read it.
  • Bree, I understand and I forgive you.
    • Who: Rex Van De Kamp
    • Source: Episode 1x23, "One Wonderful Day"
    • Note: The first line is spoken, when Rex's doctor explains that it seems as though Rex has been poisoned by his wife, Bree. The second line is written, as Rex reads his chart and starts to write a note for Bree which he never finishes, as he dies of a heart attack shortly thereafter. He had, in fact, actually been poisoned by Bree's admirer and pharmicist, George Williams.
  • We need to phone an ambulance.
    • Who: George Williams
    • Source: Episode 2x09, "That's Good, That's Bad"
    • Note: George had taken an overdose and sent a message to Bree saying that he would only call an ambulance if she came to him and told him she loved him. She had found out that he had poisoned her husband Rex, though, and tells him she'll only do so if he admits what he's done. He doesn't, and he passes out briefly -- when he wakes up, she lies and says that she called an ambulance while he was sleeping, and then allows him to die as punishment.
  • What's wrong with you? I'm gonna shoot you!
    • Who: Matthew Applewhite
    • Source: Episode 2x23, "Remember"
    • Note: Addressing Bree, whose daughter, Danielle, he is dating and has run away with. It is revealed that he killed his former girlfriend, Melanie Foster, and blamed it on his mentally challenged brother, Caleb. Bree has discovered this, and refuses to let them leave, despite the fact that he is pointing a gun at her. He is then killed by a sniper.
  • Tell my son his wife is cheating on him.
    • Who: Juanita Solis
    • Source: Episode 1x17, "There Won't Be Trumpets"
    • Note: Juanita, mother of Carlos Solis, caught her daughter-in-law Gabrielle Solis cheating on her husband with John Rowland, her teenage gardener. She was then immediately hit with a car driven by Andrew Van De Kamp and fell into a coma. She awoke one night, ran from her hospital room, fell down a flight of stairs, and whispered her last words to a nurse. The nurse, however, had headphones on, and never heard the truth.
  • Kayla's the only good thing that I've ever done in my whole life. I need you to really take really good care...of her. Okay? I don't have all day. Come on.
    • Who: Nora Huntington
    • Source: Episode 3x07 "Bang"
    • Note: Nora, mother of Tom Scavo's illegitimate eleven-year-old daughter Kayla, had been shot by Carolyn Bigsby as she held hostages in the supermarket, which was owned by her cheating husband. Lynette Scavo revealed that Nora had put the moves on Tom in self defense because after asking Nora to shut up 4 times Nora told Carolyn that Lynette was trying to steal her kid, at which point Carolyn shot her in the heart. Nora asks Lynette to care for her daughter, which Lynette agrees to do, and then dies.
  • Yeah, you shouldn't have.
    • Who: Carolyn Bigsby, responding to Lynette Scavo's "I shouldn't have said that" when she shouts that maybe Carolyn deserved to be cheated on.
    • Source: Episode 3x07 "Bang"
    • Note: Carolyn had taken hostages in her cheating husband's supermarket and murdered Nora Huntington when she found out that she had adulterous tendencies as well. Lynette then loses it and shouts at her, and Nora attempts to shoot her as well. The other hostages fight back, and Lynette is only wounded in the shoulder, whereas Carolyn is shot dead by another woman.
  • Don't worry. I'll give him a good home.
    • Who: Deirdre Taylor
    • Source: Spoken in a flashback in Episode 1x23, "One Wonderful Day"
    • Note: Deirdre was Mike Delfino's junkie girlfriend who gave her baby, Dana, to Mary Alice Young (whose name was Angela at the time), a nurse at the rehab clinic where Deirdre gave birth. She then came back a few years later to reclaim him, stating she was clean. Mary Alice didn't believe her and refused to give the baby up. They fought, and Mary Alice fatally stabbed her and hid her body in a toy trunk belonging to Dana (later renamed Zach).
  • What, are you gonna kill me? Prove you're a tough guy? See, that's why I can't give you the keys to the kingdom, kid. No balls.
    • Who: Noah Taylor, to his grandson Zach
    • Source: Episode 2x23, "Remember"
    • Note: Noah was a wealthy man whose daughter, Deirdre, had been killed under mysterious circumstances. He hired Mike Delfino to find out the truth, and in the process, discovered he had a grandson, Zach. He was dying of a brain tumor, and was willing to leave his entire estate to Zach if he could prove himself as a man, which he does by unplugging Noah's life support machine. Noah then dies and Zach inherits everything.
  • Hey! Hello! Over here!
    • Who: Alma Hodge, calling to Danielle Van De Kamp from the roof of her house
    • Source: Episode 3x15, "The Little Things You Do Together"
    • Note: Alma had been locked in her attic by her ex-husband's treacherous mother, Gloria Hodge. She managed to escape through the window and called across the street to Danielle, but Danielle was checking her appearance in a mirror and not paying attention, and Alma fell to her death. Orson then made it look like she had committed suicide because she murdered Orson's mistress, who was in fact murdered by Gloria.
  • Dylan!
    • Who: w: Lillian Simms, Lillian tries to call Dylan into her room.
    • Source: Episode 4x04 "If There's Anything I Can't Stand"
    • Note: Lillian had wrote a secret which she wanted to reveal before she died about Dylan's and Katherine's past. Her last words however was "Dylan!" when she failed to get her great niece's attention.
  • Adam! Hello? Where is everyone? Adam I'm leaving! This is your last chance to come with me, or I'm gonna tell everyone exactly what happened. Ok you've made your choice... here I come!
    • Who: w: Sylvia Greene. As she walks out of Bree's bathroom and outside in the middle of a tornado. She is swept into the cylcone and killed.
    • Source: Episode 4x09 "Something's Coming"
  • Carlos! Get back in the house. You can get hurt out here!
  • I've got to tell him before you--before you do something stupid.
    • Who: Edie Williams. She is attempting to call Mike Delfino to tell her about her husband's plot to ruin his life, and they struggle over the phone. He begins to strangle her, but releases her at the last moment. She runs from the house and into car, where she swerves to miss Orson Hodge and hits a telephone pole. When she gets out of the car, she is electrocuted and dies. Decision of character death was made with Nicolette Sheridan (the actress portraying her) leaving the show.
  • Thank you so much. You're very kind.
    • Who: Beth Young. Said to an ER nurse just before taking a revolver and commiting suicide on the spot.
    • Source: Episode 7x16 "Searching"

DexterEdit

  • Okay, I did her. Dexter: How? In a movie, snuff film. But I'm not sorry.
    • Who: Jamie Jaworski, after being kidnapped by Dexter. Said before Dexter gags and kills him in retaliation for the murder he described committing in his final words.
    • Source: Episode 1x01 "Dexter"
  • I helped them... A-all of them... I took their pain away...
    • Who: Nurse Mary, after being kidnapped by Dexter. She had murdered three of her sick patients by fatally poisioning them with morphine; when Dexter asks her why after kidnapping her, the clearly delusional nurse responds as above. Dexter then replies "I understand...now it's time to take your pain away." He then stabs her to death.
    • Source: Episode 1x03 "Popping Cherry"
  • Dexter: You're the only one I've ever wanted to set free. You're the one who needs setting free, little brother. Your life is a lie. You'll never be what you-
    • Who: Brian Moser (aka Rudy Cooper), the Ice Truck Killer. Said before his brother Dexter, a vigilante serial killer of murderers like Brian, slashes his throat and makes it look like a suicide. Beforehand, both brothers had expressed a desire to set each other free of thier homicidal urges, but it hadn't worked out. Brian was also referring to Dexter's ability to disguise his homicidal urges around his friends, and do good for them.
    • Source: Episode 1x12 "Born Free"
  • I'll give her all the love I have to give / As long as we both shall live...
    • Who: Arthur Mitchell, the Trinity Killer, after being kidnapped by Dexter. Sung along with Venus by Frankie Avalon before Dexter kills him in retaliation for over a hundred murders serial killer Arthur had committed. Arthur had been driven insane by a childhood trauma; before the incident, he had often listened to this song, which is why Dexter played it for him-so he could relive his days as an innocent child one last time.
    • Source: Episode 4x12 "The Getaway"
  • This is not how it's supposed to be!"
    • Who: Travis Marshall, the Doomsday Killer. Said before Dexter kills him.
    • Source: Episode 6x12 "This is the Way the World Ends"

Doctor WhoEdit

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FarscapeEdit

  • For the longest time I feared physical demise, because my spiritual essence was suspect, but now I know I'm worthy. Now I know the transgressions have melted from my soul. Now I know I shall meet my Goddess, and be accepted to her bosom. Sensitive D'Argo... exhuberant Chiana... wise Rygel... selfless Aeryn... innocent Crichton... My children. My teachers, my loves. There is no guilt. There is no blame. Only what is meant to be. Grow through your mistakes, and know that if patient, redemption will find you. Thank you, John Crichton.
    • Who: Zotoh Zhaan
    • Source: Season 3, Episode 4: "Wait for the Wheel"
  • A soldier...must not be weak... Weakness means defeat.
    • Who: Harvey (Talyn Version)
    • Source: Season 3, Episode 15: "Icarus Abides"
  • Don't worry about me... I've never felt better.
    • Who: John Crichton (Talyn Version)
    • Source: Season 3, Episode 15: "Icarus Abides"
  • I died a long time ago. You live for me.
    • Who: Xhalax Sun
    • Source: Season 3, Episode 17: "The Choice"
  • Talyn, Starburst.
    • Who: Bialar Crais
    • Source: Season 3, Episode 21: "Into the Lion's Den"
    • Note: This was the order given by Crais to engage into his suicide mission, which also resulted in the death of Talyn.
  • Scarran vessel, please respond.
    • Who: Jool
    • Source: "The Peacekeeper Wars"
    • Note: The Scarran vessel "responded" by firing a missile at Arnessk, destroying the temple and hence Jool.
  • I'm your daddy.
    • Who: Ka D'Argo
    • Source: "The Peacekeeper Wars"
    • Note: John Crichton (Moya Version) told D'Argo to let the Scarrans know who their daddy was, as he lay fatally wounded.

FringeEdit

  • The teleporter, it may be killing me, but in the meantime, it's made me something rather special. You see, your bullets just go right through me, and soon, Doctor Bell will see just how special I am.
    • Who: Dr. David Robert Jones
    • Source: Fringe
    • Note: Jones had used a prototype teleporter designed by Walter Bishop to escape from a German prison. The process damaged his molecular bonds and caused severe mutations. He was killed when he tried to enter a portal between dimensions, only to have it closed by Peter Bishop while he was midway through. This resulted in him being cut in half.
  • Walter, you asked me why I took out part of your brain. I did it because you asked me to. Because of what you were becoming.
    • Who: William Bell
    • Source Fringe
    • Note: Said before Bell sacrifices himself to power the gateway to this universe and send Walter, Peter and Olivia home. He hasn't been seen since, but is presumed deceased.

Game of ThronesEdit

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Harper's IslandEdit

  • No! No! No! (muffled)
    • Who: Ben Wellington-The Cousin
    • Source: Episode 1, "Whap"
    • Notes: Character has been chained to the bottom of the wedding boat with scuba gear but civilian clothes. When the boat is turned on he is dragged into the propeller and cut into pieces. Henry is later revelaed to be the one who chained him to the bottom of the boat.
  • Help me out here? I'm stuck.
    • Who:Marty Dunn-The Uncle
    • Source: Episode 1, "Whap"
    • Notes: Said after halfway falling through a wooden bridge and hearing someone below him in the bushes. The person-later revealed to be John Wakefield-then begins to hit Marty with a head spade, with Marty shooting below with his gun, but eventually being cut in half. His body parts are later found by J.D. and Abby strung up in a tree.
  • Somebody, help me!
    • Who: Reverend Fain-The Preacher
    • Source: Episode 2,"Crackle"
    • Notes: Character is dangling upside-down from a snare when Henry cuts his head off. He is later found cut into pieces by the Sheriff in a swamp with a catfish line tying them to a tree.
  • This is turning out to be the best day ever, and I'm not going to let you forget it.
    • Who: Kelly Seaver-The Outcast
    • Source: Episode 2, "Crackle"
    • Notes: Character has just been told she can move in with Abby in Los Angeles when the wedding is over and begins to have sex with J.D. This is her last line onscreen. She is later found hanged in her home with red ink injected in her eyes.
  • Hello? Is someone up there? Please help!....No! NO!
    • Who: Lucy Daramour-The Socialite
    • Source: Episode 2, "Crackle"
    • Notes: Character is looking for her dog Gigi when she falls in a pit trap. She screams the above line as she realizes she is about to be murdered, as she is doused in a flammable liquid and then set on fire.
  • Hello?
    • Who: Hunter Jennings-The Other Man
    • Source: Episode 3, "Ka-Blam"
    • Notes: Character is preparing to leave the island when he hears someone walking toward him, Thomas appears and pays him $15,000 to not tell Trish about their plan to wreck the wedding. While on the water his boat stalls. He yanks open the hood and a shotgun rigged to fire shoots him in the face. His body is found the next day by Booth, Malcom, Danny, Sully, and Henry but his body is unidentifiable and the gun and money leave them to believe the body belongs to a drug dealer. The boat then sinks when Malcom accidentally shoots a hole in it.
  • No, don't leave me...please don't...okay?
    • Who: Joel Booth-The Nerd
    • Source: Episode 4, "Bang"
    • Notes: Character was walking in the woods to bury Marty's money when he hears someone behind him, pulling out Marty's gun. Malcom comes out of the bushes and a relieved Booth drops the gun, causing it to shoot himself in the leg. He asks Malcom not to leave to get help and bleeds to death. Malcom then buries his body and takes the money.
  • C'mon honey.
    • Who: Thomas Wellington-The Father of the Bride
    • Source: Episode 5, "Thwack"
    • Notes: Character is attending a wedding rehearsal when Maggie asks him to come light the unity candle. He tells his granddaughter Madison to come with him to the alter. Abby then goes to turn off the lights, causing a head spade to drop from the chandelier and land on Thomas`s head. Henry is later revealed to be responsible for this booby trap.
  • Madison...
    • Who: Richard Allen-The Brother-in-Law
    • Source: Episode 6, "Sploosh"
    • Notes: Character is looking at his daughter through a window when he is stabbed with a harpoon through the chest by Henry. He tries to get his daughters attention but his yell comes out as a whisper, and he is pulled off screen by Henry. His body is found by Abby, Katherine and Henry, who feigns innocence, while they are looking for Madison, tied to a tree with the harpoon still in him.
  • No, please don't kill me, please don't kill me, please, don't. DON'T! PLEASE!
    • Who: Randall Martin
    • Source: Episode 7, "Thrack, Splak, Sizzle"
    • Notes: Said in a flashback to the original murders, as the victim is being dragged along the ground, before finally being hit in the head with a head spade by John Wakefield.
  • There he is! Hey Sheriff we got something!
    • Who: Patrick Lillis-The Deputy
    • Source: Episode 7, "Thrack, Splak, Sizzle"
    • Notes: Character is chasing J.D. with bloodhounds, believing him to be the killer. Although he does not die in this episode, these are his last lines onscreen as his body is found in episode 11 in a church pew with his throat slit. His murderer turns out to be John Wakefield.
  • No! No! AUUGH! No!
    • Who: Malcom Ross-The Hustler
    • Source: Episode 7, "Thrack, Splak, Sizzle"
    • Notes: Said as he realized he was about to get killed. He is then stabbed to death.
  • The hell...
    • Who: Deputy Garret-The Guard
    • Source: Episode 8, "Gurgle"
    • Notes: Character is standing in the police station when the power goes out, after drawing his gun he is shot in the back by John Wakefield.
  • Charlie!
    • Who: Cole Harkin-The Survivor
    • Source: Episode 8, "Gurgle"
    • Notes: Character has just been shot in the shoulder with an arrow by John Wakefield, nailing him to the wall and causing him to drop his lantern, catching the surrounding area on fire. He screams for a injured Sheriff Mills to rescue him, when he is shot a second time in the chest by Wakefield, killing him.
  • It's you Abby...It's all about you...
    • Who: J.D. Dunn-The Black Sheep
    • Source: Episode 8, "Gurgle"
    • Notes: Character has been found by Abby with a large wound in his gut and has blood coming out of his mouth. When Abby asks who has done this to him, he is unable to pronounce his attacker's name due to the blood, and merely tells her that the killings are all about her before dieing of his wounds. His attacker is later revealed to be Henry.
  • You don't really believe it do you? That Abby is part of all this?
    • Who: Beth Barrington-The Single Girl
    • Source: Episode 9, "Seep"
    • Notes: Character is discussing the possibility of Abby being John Wakefield's daughter with Sully and Danny. These are her last words before she is later murdered.
  • I was.
    • Who: Katherine Wellington-The Stepmother
    • Source: Episode 9, "Seep"
    • Notes: Character has just been asked if she was a trophy wife by Shane, forgetting her husband Thomas had been killed. When Shane asks her if Thomas left her any money, Katherine walks away in disgust. Shane later finds her dead, stabbed in the back with pruning shears, seaping out blood. Henry is later revealed to be her killer.
  • Morning Sheriff.
    • Who: Officer Darryl Riggens-The Officer
    • Source: Episode 10, "Snap"
    • Notes: Character has come to the island to bring J.D. Dunn to the San Juan islands to stand trial for the murder of Thomas Wellington, not knowing J.D. is dead. After landing the plane he is met by someone wearing a sheriffs jacket, later revealed to be John Wakefield who then pulls out a gun and shoots the trooper. Shane finds his body in the water later.
  • San Juan dispatch, this is Coulter. We're 10-23, Sheriffs here to meet us so we'll give you a call back once we've transferred the prisoner to our custody.
    • Who: Officer Tyra Coulter-The Rookie
    • Source: Episode 10, "Snap"
    • Notes: Character has come to the island to bring J.D. Dunn to the San Juan islands to stand trial for the murder of Thomas Wellington, not knowing J.D. is dead. She says this line as she lands in Harper's Island. She is then shot by someone wearing a sheriffs uniform, later revelaed to be John Wakefield. Shane finds her body in the water later.
  • This has nothing to do with me.
    • Who: Maggie Krell-The Wedding Planner
    • Source: Episode 10, "Snap"
    • Notes: Character has decided the killer is only after the wedding guests after Nikki comes to The Cannery unharmed. She decides to leave everyone at the bar to go home. She is later hung from the roof of The Cannery, dangled in front of the windows to scare everyone inside.
  • Abby, look at me. This is Wakefield's game. He uses everything we love against us, to take us out one by one. This will never be over until he's dead. I couldn't do it, but your strong! You can finish Wakefield. ...I love you so much!
    • Who: Charlie Mills-The Sheriff
    • Source: Episode 10, "Snap"
    • Notes: Character has been assumed to be the killer by everyone on the island. Abby receives a room key which is to her room at the Candlewick Inn. She goes there and finds her father. He then tells her John Wakefield is alive and behind the murders, that he made a deal with Wakefield to spare Jimmy's life in return for his, and that Wakefield must be stopped. Abby then sees a radio listening on the conversation, and ropes tied to the Sheriffs wrists. He is then pulled by a truck outside through a window, snapping his neck. Wakefield is then revealed to be the driver.
  • The power and phones her are not the most reliable, no one from the mainland is going to notice if they don't hear from us for a few days.
    • Who: Nikki Bolton-The Biker Chick
    • Source: Episode 11, "Splash"
    • Notes: Character is discussing how long it will be until help from the mainland arrives. Moments later, John Wakefield enters the bar and Nikki grabs a shotgun. Wakefield wrestles it from her hands and stabs her with his boarding knife.
  • Hey.
    • Who: Shane Pierce-The Townie
    • Source: Episode 11, "Splash"
    • Notes: Character has been fatally stabbed through the chest by John Wakefield after fighting him with a pocket knife. As most of the survivors run out of a window, Trish stays to shoot Wakefield, though she misses and Wakefield walks toward her. A bloody Shane appears with his knife again in order to distract him long enough for the others to escape. Danny, Henry, and Abby later find his body tied by the arms and neck to the ceiling.
  • Chloe...
    • Who: Cal Vanduesen-The Outsider
    • Source: Episode 11, "Splash"
    • Notes: Character is fighting John Wakefield in order to save Chloe. Wakefield pins him to a fence, then stabs him through the chest with his boarding knife. He then looks to his fiance Chloe before dying. Wakefield then throws him off the bridge to the water below.
  • You can't have me.
    • Who: Chloe Carter-The Flirt
    • Source: Episode 11, "Splash"
    • Notes: Character has just witnesses her fiance Cal's death. She says the above line to John Wakefield before jumping off of the bridge to her death.
  • Shea, Get out of here!
    • Who: Danny Brooks-The College Buddy
    • Source: Episode 12, "Gasp"
    • Notes: John Wakefield has broken out of his jail cell. Danny tells Shea to run and take her daughter with her, staying behind to fight Wakefield. Wakefield stabs a memo holder through his eye.
  • You killed them, you killed my father, and JD! You bastard, you bastard, YOU BASTARD!!! WHY!!!
    • Who: Trish Wellington-The Bride
    • Source: Episode 12, "Gasp"
    • Notes: After being chased by Wakefield, Trish's fiancee Henry finds her and tells her that he, not Jimmy, is the 2nd killer. This causes her to try and run away, only to be grab and stabbed in the side by Henry, holding her in his arms as she dies.
  • How stupid do you think I am?
    • Who: Christopher "Sully" Sullivan-The Best Man
    • Source: Episode 13, "Sigh"
    • Notes: Henry has just confessed to killing Ben, Reverend Fain, Richard, JD, Katherine, and Trish. Sully threatens to shoot Henry if he doesn't shut up, saying they were friends since junior high and he can't believe it. Henry says that Wakefield is behind Sully, making Sully say the above sentence. When he turns around to see Wakefield, Henry stabs him in the back.
  • H-Henry...
    • Who: John Wakefield-The Legend
    • Source: Episode 13, "Sigh"
    • Notes: Character has captured Abby and is about to kill her. Henry chooses Abby over his father and stabs Wakefield in the chest.
  • Abby...I love you!
    • Who: Henry Dunn-The Groom
    • Source: Episode 13, "Sigh"
    • Notes: After a fight with Jimmy, Abby stabs him with his boarding knife. He sighs his final words, putting his killing spree to an end.

HeroesEdit

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JekyllEdit

  • Yeah. I am, explicitly, and directly, and emphatically threatening the lives of Dr Jackman's family.
    • Who: Benjamin Lennox.
    • Source: Episode 3
    • Notes: Line is said when Hyde asks character if he is threatening Hyde/Jackman's family. Hyde then slashes character's throat.
  • Mr Hyde. I've waited a long time to do this.
    • Who: Mr Carver.
    • Source: Episode 6
    • Notes: Character was Klein & Utterson's best man to kill Hyde. Before saying the line, character was planning to fight him, but was quickly thrown off a roof by Hyde and killed.
  • Tom...Please don't let him...Tom...
    • Who: Syme.
    • Source: Episode 6.
    • Notes: Character is dying as a result of Hyde breathing nerve gas at him.
  • Here it comes...Tickles...
    • Who: Hyde
    • Source: Episode 6
    • Notes: Line is said by character after being shot several times, referring to the feeling of his blood running. Hyde then dies but refuses to share the damage with Jackman.

"Justified"Edit

  • You gonna pull the trigger or are you gonna talk me to death?
    • Who: Bo Crowder
    • Source: Season 1, Episode 13
  • You're dead girl!
    • Who: Coover Bennett
    • Source: Season 2, Episode 9
    • Notes: Character is threatening a young girl who has learned of his involvment in her father's death, before being shot point blank by Raylan Givens.
  • After Arlo gives you back whatever it is he took from you, what'll you do to him then?
    • Who: Helen Givens
    • Source: Season 2, Episode 11
    • Notes: Arlo, the character's spouse, had stolen a suitcase full of money from Dickie Bennett during a drug deal. Dickie came to Arlo's house armed, but was confronted by Helen with a shotgun. Following a short exchange, she asks this line to Dickie, who lifts his gun in response suggesting he intends to kill Arlo. Character cocks her gun but is shot by Dickie first.
  • This bullet's been on the way for 20 years.
    • Who: Doyle Bennett
    • Source: Season 2, Episode 13
    • Notes: Character has a U.S. Marshal whose family has been involved in an ongoing feud with his. He is shot through the head by a sniper after this line.
  • It was already in the glass, not in the jar. This is the hard part... Put an end to my troubles... Get to see my boys again... Get to know the mystery...
    • Who: Mags Bennett
    • Source: Season 2, Episode 13
    • Notes: Upon learning of the death of her son, character commits suicide by drinking poisoned moonshine. Character had killed a man using the same method in the season opening.
  • Kiss my ass.
    • Who: Arlo Givens
    • Source: Season 4, Episode 8

Law & Order mediaEdit

  • It's okay. I got him.
    • Who: Sonya Paxton
    • Source: Law & Order: SVU episode "Pursuit" [Episode 12x17]
    • Note: Character is murdered by a suspected serial killer, but manages to capture DNA evidence by biting him.

"Lexx"Edit

  • Today, I, Thodin...
    • Who: Thodin
    • Source: Episode 1.1
    • Notes: After cutting off Kai's head below the mouth, Thodin is fatally shot by Kai's body, which responds to Thodin's grandiose last words by (humorously) tilting its chin up proudly.

LostEdit

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M to ZEdit

  • You behave yourself or I'm gonna come back and kick your butt!
    • Who: Henry Blake
    • Source: M*A*S*H
    • Notes: Last words spoken on camera, his plane is shot down the next day.
  • I smell... Fresh bread
    • Who: Unnamed soldier
    • Source: M*A*S*H
  • MACGYVERRRR!
    • Who: Murdoc
    • Source: MacGyver.
    • Note: Murdoc was MacGyver's nemesis, and shouts MacGyver's name when he appears to die at the end of an episode, by an event such as falling from a great height.
  • Strewth!
    • Who: Mr. Foster
    • Source: Monty Python (Specifically, the famous deaths sketch).
  • Wow, I thought I'd die before I ever heard a comp...
    • Who: Special Agent Caitlin "Kate" Todd
    • Source: NCIS (Season Two episode "Twilight")
    • Note: During a gunfight involving the NCIS team and a group of terrorists led by Ari Haswari, Kate threw herself in front of Gibbs in order to protect him from the last surviving terrorist who intended to kill him. She took the bullet originally intended for Gibbs, surviving thanks to the bullet-proof vest she had on. However seconds later, while talking to Gibbs and DiNozzo who were both thanking her, she was shot in the head, the bullet killing her instantly while also causing her blood to splash onto DiNozzo's face and moments later, Ari was revealed as her killer.
  • Sorry to spoil your-
    • Who: Ari Haswari
    • Source: NCIS (Season Three episode "Kill Ari: Part 2")
    • Note: Character was a traitor to the Israeli Mossad who was obsessed with Agent Gibbs. His last words were in response to Gibbs's claim that he didn't need to kill Ari because "it's just as sweet watching you die." He was shot by his fellow Mossad operative and half-sister Ziva David who shot him in the head- the exact same method Ari had used to kill Kate "Caitlin" Todd.
  • You think you're the first person to point a gun at me?
    • Who: Arkady Kobach
    • Source: NCIS (Season Four episode "Faking It")
    • Note: Kobach was a arms dealer who Mike Franks described as a "scary S.O.B." that kept him awake for 15 years. Seconds later, Franks tells him that he's going to be the last person pointing a gun at him and promptly shoots him on the spot.
  • I love you too, Clarkey.
    • Who: Daphne Clarke
    • Source: Neighbours
    • Note: Daphne had been involved in a car accident which left her in a coma. She awoke from the coma and spoke those words to her husband, Des, before suffering fatal cardiac arrest.
  • John... Don't let this-
    • Who: Detective Joss Carter
    • Source: Person of Interest
    • Note: Character was shot by Officer Patrick Simmons in retaliation for breaking up HR, an organization of corrupt officers within the NYPD. Her final words were spoken to John Reese, who was also shot by Simmons.
  • You really think you're gonna be the one to kill me?
    [Carl Elias: "[laughing] Oh No, my friend is gonna kill you. Me... I'm just gonna watch."]
    • Who: Officer Patrick Simmons
    • Source: Person of Interest
    • Note: Character was being hospitalized due to injuries sustained during his arrest for the murder of fellow officer Joss Carter. He was then visited by Elias, who considered it his "responsibility" to oversee Simmons's death. He was strangled by Elias's right hand man.
  • Andros, it is your duty as a power ranger to save the universe; now is the time.
    • Who: Zordon of Eltar
    • Source: Power Rangers (Season 6, Countdown to destruction part 2)
    • Note: Andros finally found Zordon after searching for him throughout the entire sixth season of Power Rangers. Zordon told Andros that the only way to destroy the evil forces that had taken over the entire universe was to destory his energy tube, which would kill Zordon.
  • [Sentinal Knight: Mack, what are you doing?] Giving all the power I've got!
    • Who:Mack Hartford, the Red Overdrive Ranger
    • Source: Power Rangers (Season 15, Operation Overdrive)
    • Note: Mack had merged with the Sentinal Knight to become the Red Sentinal Ranger in order to stop Flurious. After succeeding to remove the Corona Aurora from Flurious' head, he sacrifices himself to destroy Flurious, using the last of his strength. He is revived after the Sentinal Knight, who has returned to his original form, places the crown on his head, resulting in Mack becoming a human.
  • I kneel only to God. I don't see Him here.
    • Who: John Abruzzi
    • Source: Prison Break
    • Note: Abruzzi, a notorious mob boss, is cornered by armed federal agents outside a hotel. When ordered to drop his gun and kneel, he gives this response and provokes the agents into fatally shooting him.
  • What are you doing, man?
    • Who: David "Tweener" Apolskis
    • Source: Prison Break
    • Note: Character is addressing Alex Mahone, who then shoots him dead.
  • I just wanna go...
    • Who: Charles "Haywire" Patoshik
    • Source: Prison Break
    • Note: Character is voicing his desire to go to Holland. When told he can't go, Haywire jumps to his death.
  • Bloody... bastards...!
    • Who: Franky Doyle (Carol Burns)
    • Source: Prisoner: Cell Block H
    • Note: Character has just shot a policeman, who returns fire and fatally shoots her in the stomach. Character then urges her friend Doreen to run away, and struggles to shout out her last words.
  • I tried to ring Marty earlier... but there was no reply...
    [Meg Jackson: "I'll phone from the hospital. You just rest."]
    • Who: Bill Jackson (Don Barker)
    • Source: Prisoner: Cell Block H
    • Note: Character was stabbed by prisoner Chrissie Latham during a prison riot. He spoke to his wife Meg (Elspeth Ballantyne) in the ambulance, but later died (off-screen) at hospital.
  • Gazpacho... soup..!
    • Who: Arnold Rimmer
    • Source: Red Dwarf: The End
    • Notes: Character is referring to an incident involving gazpacho soup, which the character blames for his failure to please the captain and receive promotion, in response an angry remark from the captain, who blames the character for the radiation leak that kills both characters.
  • I AM ALIVE!!!
    • Who: Arnold Rimmer
    • Source: Red Dwarf: Timeslides
    • Notes: Character has just been ressurrected from the dead. He speaks this line as he brings both fists down on some crates full of explosives.
  • I really don't feel so good. I'm not kidding. Maybe you should...go find a phone and call Dr. Walker...call somebody...
    • Who: Dan Conner
    • Source: Roseanne
    • Notes: Dan was very overweight, and much stress was put on his heart. After daughter Darlene's wedding, he collapsed due to a heart attack. Though he was "alive" for the following season, those episodes were eventually revealed to be a book that Roseanne was writing. In reality, Dan died due to his heart attack.
  • Eurk..awful
    • Who: Susan Ross
    • Source: Seinfeld
    • Note: Said before dying from licking the toxic glue that were on wedding invitation envelopes for her and George's wedding.
  • When did everyone stop smoking? When did everyone pair off? This used to be the most exciting city in the world. Now it's all smoking in front of open fucking windows. What happened to fun? New York is over. O-V-E-R. I'm so bored I could die.
    • Who: Lexi Featherington
    • Source: Sex and the City
    • Notes: Lexi is an outrageous party girl, and she and Carrie (and others) are both at a fancy party in a high-rise apartment. Lexi is forced to open a huge window to smoke (she can't go outside because of snow). Her heel snaps at the end of her annoyed rant and she falls out the window to her death.
  • Shane? SHAAAANE!!!!
    • Who: Curtis "Lemonhead" Lemansky
    • Source: The Shield
    • Notes: Character had just accepted a sandwich from Shane Vendrell. While giving Lem the sandwich, Shane also drops a live grenade in his lap. The grenade explodes after this line, killing Lem.
  • MORIARTY!!!
  • As long as I'm alive, you can save your friends. You got a way out. Well, good luck with that.
  • There's nothing to be done, I'm not a villain; I have no evil plan, I'm a businessman, acquiring assets. You happen to be one of them. Sorry! No chance for you to be a hero this time, Mr. Holmes.
    • Who: Charles Augustus Magnussen
    • Source: Sherlock
    • Notes: Character was a blackmailing newspaper magnate who had incriminating information on the wife of John Watson, who was a former CIA assassin. Sherlock Holmes, in keeping his vow to protect John and Mary (John's wife), proceeds to shoot Magnussen in the head after hearing this, to ensure that all the information dies with Magnussen.
  • Take care of our girls Filip, yeah?
    • Who: James "Jimmy O" O'Phelan
    • Source: Sons of Anarchy
    • Notes: Character had forced Filip "Chibs" Telford out of the IRA, started a relationship with his wife, and raised his daughter well before the events of the show. He is killed by Chibs, who gives him a Glasgow smile before stabbing him in the chest.
  • Please, Opie, please! You had mercy before. I'm begging you, please don't do this!
    • Who: Agent June Stahl
    • Source: Sons of Anarchy
    • Notes: Character had set up Opie, a member of the titular motorcycle club, to look like an informant, and a failed assassination attempt on him based on this resulted in the death of his wife. Upon discovering Stahl's involvement, Opie had held her at gunpoint, but opted to spare her life. Following another attempt by Stahl to take down the club, Opie forced her into the driver's seat of her car at gunpoint, and shot her with the same type of weapon that killed his wife.
  • Just leave her out of it, huh?
    • Who: Piermont "Piney" Winston
    • Source: Sons of Anarchy
    • Notes: Character was attacked by Clay Morrow at his cabin after threatening to reveal the contents of secret letters written by John Teller, letters that would have revealed the truth about Clay's involvement in John's death and led to his expulsion from his own MC. Piney is referring to Dr. Tara Knowles, who found the letters in Jax Teller's backpack after his return from Belfast. Clay responds, "Too late," before shooting Piney in the chest with his own shotgun.
  • Oh, you gotta be shittin' me.
    • Who: Kozik
    • Source: Sons of Anarchy
    • Note: Killed after stepping on a landmine.
  • I got this.
    • Who: Harry "Opie" Winston
    • Source: Sons of Anarchy
    • Note: Character is placed in a sealed off room with several rival gang members and beaten to death. Corrupt prison guards forced club leader Jax Teller to decide which of his men will have this fate, but Opie attacks a guard angering them into choosing him, and keeping Jax from having to make the painful decision.
  • You stupid cracker bitch. You know what happens to whoever kills me, right? [Jax: I'm countin' on it.]
    • Who: Damon Pope
    • Source: Sons of Anarchy
    • Note: In an elaborate scheme, Jax Teller tricked Pope into letting his guard down by pretending to turn over Tig Trager as a condition for Pope's financing of Charming Heights. Using Clay Morrow's silenced Colt 45, Jax kills Pope's henchmen before handing the gun to Tig, who shoots Pope in the head. Clay is later arrested for the murder after his prints are found on the gun.
  • Well, well, weeee-eeell...!
    • Who: Beverly Leslie
    • Source: "Will and Grace," the final episode
    • Note: Karen's diminutive arch-enemy says his trademark line in his exaggerated Southern accent as he is swept off his balcony by a huge gust of wind. He presumably dies and leaves Jack his entire fortune, thus leaving Karen and Jack in great wealth for the rest of their lives.
  • Why, if I tell a lie, may God strike me dead!
    • Who: Jeremy "Jerzy" Balowski:
    • Source: The Young Ones
    • Note: God promptly obliges with a lighting bolt, after Jerzy lied about a deal he'd just made being the best deal on television.
  • Phew! That was close!
    • Who: The Young Ones (Rik, Vyvian, Mike and Neil)
    • Source: The Young Ones
    • Note: Characters have just survived a bus crashing through a sign and falling to the bottom of a ravine. The bus explodes moments later.

The MentalistEdit

  • R-Red J-J-John.... R-R-Red J-John... J-J-J...[Brings forefinger to his lips]Shhhhhhhhh...[Breaks out into laughter]
    • Who: Sheriff "Dumar" Hardy
    • Note: Dumar had been an associate of the serial killer Red John. When Dumar tried to escape custody, Patrick shot him with Dumar's own shotgun in order to protect Agent Lisbon. His last words initially seem to suggest that he is trying to provide Jane with information but end in mockery.
  • Tyger Tyger.
    • Who: Todd Johnson
    • Note: Character was set on fire during captivity by Craig O'Laughlin. His last words were a cry for help, lifted from the William Blake poem "The Tyger", which members of The Blake Association use as a password.
  • Fair enough... Your wife was very clean. She smelled like coal tar soap and lavender. Your daughter smelled like sweat... and strawberries and cream... I suspect it was some kind of kid's shampoo.
    • Who: Timothy Carter
    • Note: The character, while posing as Red John, described how Patrick Jane's wife and daughter smelled on the night they died. Jane then shot him three times in the stomach.
  • Tyger... Tyger...
    • Who: Brett Partridge
    • Note: Character was a CBI forensics agent who had just been mortally wounded by Red John; found by CBI agent Teresa Lisbon in an empty house, he mutters the words as a cry for help in the hope that she was a member of The Blake Association.
  • Just do it here.
    • Who: Robert Kirkland
    • Note: Character was a rogue Homeland Security agent who had been apprehended by the police for kidnapping Patrick Jane in the hopes of learning his list of suspects. En route to the prison, his escort van was stopped by Reede Smith, who shot him six times in the back for knowing of the existence of The Blake Association.
  • Tattoo... Tattoo on his arm...
    • Who: Tira Kinsley
    • Note: Character was a private investigator hired by Red John to spy on Lisbon's team; when Patrick Jane foiled her, Red John came to her house and attacked her. Before she died, she whispered this to Jane, which proved to be a critical clue in determining Red John's identity.
  • Well, I can assure you I'm not sticking around for this crap.
    • Who: Raymond Haffner
    • Note: Character was a former CBI agent turned private investigator, and one of the suspects on Jane's list of who Red John is. When he attempted to walk out on a meeting of the remaining suspects, Jane pointed a shotgun at him and ordered him to stay. He cleared himself from suspicion by showing his bare left shoulder, but perished in an explosion caused by Red John.
  • Patrick, wait. Patrick, look... Here!
    • Who: Bret Stiles
    • Note: Character was the head of an international religious cult called "Visualize", and one of Jane's Red John suspects. He cleared himself from suspicion by showing his bare left shoulder, and pointed out that along with McAllister, Bertram and Smith also had the same tattoo Kinsley described. However, he perished in an explosion caused by Red John along with Raymond Haffner.
  • Hey!...
    • Who: Gale Bertram
    • Note: Character was the director of the CBI, and one of Jane's Red John suspects. After surviving the explosion at Jane's house, character went on the run, but was given orders by other Blake Association members to meet with Jane. Upon meeting him in a chapel, he told Jane that he wasn't Red John and that Jane needed to die. However, he was double-crossed by fellow Blake Association member Oscar Cordero and fatally shot in the stomach.
  • Please don't kill me... Let me live... Let me live! I'll tell you how I got the names on your list! [Patrick Jane: I don't care.] I knew... because I have real psychic... [Patrick Jane: Shhh...]
    • Who: Red John (Sheriff Thomas McAllister)
    • Note: Character was a notorious serial killer who 10 years previously had murdered Patrick Jane's wife and daughter. After years of searching, Jane met with McAllister in a church, threw a pigeon at him (of which he has a phobia) and shot him in the stomach. He then proceeded to give chase to Red John, finally cornering him near a pond. After a failed 911 call, the character flat out begged to be spared, and this was a last-ditch effort to save his life. However, Jane ignored his pleas and strangled him to death.

MisfitsEdit

  • It's you falling in love with him that makes him become me... It's all coming together.
    • Who: Simon Bellamy
    • Note: Said to Alisha, after shielding her with his body. Simon had traveled back in time, knowing that it would lead to his death, in order to save Alisha so that she would fall in love with him.
  • It's better this way... T-Take care of yourself, yeah?
    • Who: Curtis Donovan
    • Note: Curtis had been bitten by a zombie that had been created using his power. Resigning himself to his fate, he decided to end his life rather than have his friends bear the responsibility. His final words are directed at Rudy, who called him moments before Curtis shot himself.

Nip/TuckEdit

  • This is love.
    • Who: Gina Russo
  • Look at my girl, saving my ass again. Is she the best or what?
    • Who: Escobar Gallardo
    • Note: After this line, Escobar's wife fatally shot him.
  • I loved you!
    • Who: James
    • Note: Spoken to her former employee, Michelle, before commiting suicide with a handgun.
  • You should worry more about what Julia’s going to say when I go to the police and tell them what you did!
    • Who: Monica Wilder
    • Note: Spoken to Sean McNamara, with whom she had an affair. Sean attmepts to break off their relationship, to which Monica responds by leaving his office and threatening to tell the police that he raped her. While crossing the street, she is hit by an oncoming bus.

OzEdit

  • Fuck you!
    • Who: Johnny Post
    • Note: Post says this defiantly to the Italians, who then brutally murder him because Post had killed Dino Ortolani.
  • All praise to Allah. All praise...
    • Who: Jefferson Keane/Tizi Ouzo
    • Note: Keane, a Muslim, is saying this as he is being executed for murder.
  • I don't think I'm ready for this.
    • Who: Richard L'Italien
    • Note: L'Italien says this just before being executed for murder.
  • Rubber duckie?
    • Who: Nikolai Stanislofsky
    • Note: Stanislofsky says this while he is in the bath when Claire Howell tosses him a rubber duckie. Howell then throws a blow-dryer into the tub, electrocuting Stanislofsky and killing him.
  • Sure.
    • Who: Raymond "Mondo" Browne
    • Note: Browne is accepting Chris Keller's offer for oral sex. Keller then kills him off screen.
  • Oh, yes, yes!
    • Who: Simon Adebisi
    • Note: Adebisi says this while struggling with Kareem Said over a knife. Said then stabs and kills Adebisi in self-defense.
  • I can feel my legs...
    • Who: Augustus Hill
    • Note: Hill, a paraplegic, says this in shock after being fatally stabbed protecting his step-father, Burr Redding.
  • Arif... don't harm him...
    • Who: Kareem Said
    • Note: Said is speaking to his friend, Zahir Arif, is asking Arif not to kill Lemuel Idzik, who had just fatally shot him.
  • That cocksucker!
    • Who: Vernon Shillinger
    • Note: Schillinger realizes that Keller had given him a prop knife during a production of "MacBeth", amd given a real knife to Beecher, who had just stabbed him.
  • Beecher, don't!
    • Who: Chris Keller
    • Note: Keller is throwing himself over a ledge, essentially committing suicide and framing Tobias Beecher for his death.

Robin Hood (2006 TV series)Edit

  • My name is Royston White! I fight for Robin Hood and King Richard!
    • Who: Royston White
  • That's better.
    • Who: Marian
  • Remember, son. The world is hard on the little people.
    • Who: Rufus
  • You!
    • Who: Allan-a-Dale
    • Notes: Having been wrongly accused by his friends of betraying them, character has been shot down trying to get to them in time to warn them of an army heading for Nottingham; he recognises the army's commander as the thought-dead Sheriff before his death.
  • I'm sorry. At least you have someone waiting for you. Marian. The love of my life. She was always yours. I lived in shame... but because of you... I die proud. I am free.
    • Who: Guy of Gisborne
  • They've all escaped. How could that happen?
    • Who: Isabella Gisborne
  • Gisborne, don't trust him. Do you hear me? Nothing is what it seems. Nothing. (feigned)
  • Hm. Byzantine fire.
    • Who: Vaisey, Sheriff of Nottingham
  • My wife...
    • Who: Robin Hood

Star TrekEdit

See Last words in Star Trek media.

SupernaturalEdit

  • Okay.
    • Who: John Winchester
    • Source: Episode 2x01, "In My Time of Dying"
    • Note: John has sold his soul to the demon that killed his wife in order to save his dying son Dean. He speaks to his sons one final time, and then allows the demon to take him.
  • I don't wanna die. I don't. But I can't live like this. This is the way you can save me. Please. I'm asking you to save me.
    • Who: Madison
    • Source: Episode 2x17, "Heart"
    • Note: Madison has been infected by a werewolf and is transforming and killing people without realizing. She and Sam have a romantic connection, and once they realize there is no cure for her condition, she requests that he be the one to kill her, and he does so off-screen with a silver bullet to the heart.
  • Dean!
    • Who: Sam Winchester
    • Source: Episode 2x21, "All Hell Breaks Loose, Part 1"
    • Note: Sam is relieved to see his brother, who has been searching for him in an abandoned town. He is then stabbed in the back by an enemy and dies in Dean's arms. He is resurrected shortly thereafter when Dean sells his soul to the crossroads demon.
  • I couldn't have done it without your pathetic, self-loathing, self-destructive desire to sacrifice yourself for your family.
    • Who: Azazel, a.k.a. Yellow-Eyed Demon
    • Source: Episode 2x21, "All Hell Breaks Loose, Part 2"
    • Note: Azazel killed Mary Winchester in 1983, and her sons and husband spent years hunting him down. He mocks Dean for selling his soul to save Sam, and Dean finally kills him with the Colt with the help of the spirit of his father.
  • It's you.
    • Who: Mary Winchester
    • Source: Episode 2x21, "All Hell Breaks Loose, Part 2," occurred in 1983
    • Note: Mary was a hunter who made a ten-year deal with Azazel for her father's life. She catches him in her son Sam's nursery, dripping blood into his mouth to strengthen him, as he is one of the "special children," and he kills her.
  • It's just too bad you won't do the right thing and kill yourself. I'm gonna...as soon as I'm done with you. Two last good deeds: killing you, and killing myself.
    • Who: Gordon Walker
    • Source: Episode 3x07, "Fresh Blood"
    • Note: Gordon, a hunter who believes Sam is evil and wants to kill him, is turned into vampire by another that he is hunting. Sam eventually overpowers him and decapitates him with barbed wire.
  • Because just maybe you can kill the bitch.
    • Who: Bela Talbot
    • Source: Episode 3x15, "Time Is On My Side"
    • Note: Dean realizes that Bela has a deal with Lilith the same way he does, and she reveals the demon's name in the hopes that Dean and Sam, whom she has been antagonizing, will help save her from her deal. Dean coldly replies "I'll see you in Hell" and she is presumably dragged off by hellhounds.
  • So, is this your big plan, huh? Drag me to hell. Kill Sam. And then what? Become queen bitch?
    • Who: Dean Winchester
    • Source: Episode 3x16, "No Rest For the Wicked"
    • Note: Dean is addressing Lilith, the demon who controls his one-year life contract. She then sets her hellhounds on him and they kill him and drag him to Hell. He is later pulled out of Hell and restored to life by the angel Castiel.
  • I know what you did to that demon, Sam. I can feel what's inside of you. If you think you have good intentions, think again.
    • Who: Pamela Barnes
    • Source: Episode 4x15, "Death Takes A Holiday"
    • Note: The psychic has been stabbed by a demon while trying to help Dean and Sam. She reveals that she knows of Sam's demon-blood habit and the powers he is amassing, and then dies.
  • You haven't even met the man. There is no will. No wrath. No God.
    • Who: Uriel
    • Source: Episode 4x16, "On the Head of a Pin"
    • Note: The angel has revealed that he is working for Lucifer and fights Castiel when he refuses to join him. He is then fatally stabbed by Anna, another angel.
  • Oh, go ahead. Send me back, if you can.
    • Who: Alastair
    • Source: Episode 4x16, "On the Head of a Pin"
    • Note: The demon who tortured Dean in Hell (and caused him to break the first of the 66 Seals) is refusing to tell Dean and the others who is killing the angels (it is later revealed that the demons were not involved). Sam then kills him with his mind, revealing how far he has gone in developing his skills with the help of demon blood.
  • It's the Archangel! I'll hold him off! I'll hold them all off! Just stop Sam!
    • Who: Castiel
    • Source: Episode 4x22, "Lucifer Rising"
    • Note: The angel is present at Chuck the prophet's home, and an archangel appears to protect him. He transports Dean away, and Chuck later explains that the archangel "smote the crap out of [Castiel]" and that he exploded "like a water balloon full of chunky soup." He is brought back to life shortly thereafter, by God.
  • You turned yourself into a freak. A monster. And now you're not gonna bite? I'm sorry, but that is honestly adorable..
    • Who: Lilith
    • Source: Episode 4x22, "Lucifer Rising"
    • Note: Sam has been ingesting demon blood in order to gain enough power to psychically kill the demon Lilith, believing this will protect the final 'seal' from breaking, thus keeping Lucifer in Hell. Once he kills her, however, he learns that she was the final seal and that he has released Lucifer himself.
  • You're too late.
    • Who: Ruby
    • Source: Episode 4x22, "Lucifer Rising"
    • Note: Ruby has spent many months manipulating Sam and when he kills Lilith, she reveals that it was always her goal to free Lucifer. Dean bursts into the room and replies "I don't care" to her statement and kills her with her own knife as Sam holds her still.
  • Yes.
    • Who: Nick
    • Source: Episode 5x01, "Sympathy for the Devil
    • Note: Nick is agreeing to become a host to Lucifer. During his possession, his body is slowly ravaged by the fallen angel's power, and dies after Lucifer abandons him.
  • Mom, no.
    • Who: Joanna Beth "Jo" Harvelle
    • Source: Episode 5x10, "Abandon All Hope..."
    • Note: Dying of injuries inflicted by hellhounds, Jo realizes her mother plans to sacrifice herself and die with her setting off the bomb that will kill the hounds.
  • You can go straight back to hell, you ugly bitch!
    • Who: Ellen Harvelle
    • Source: Episode 5x10, "Abandon All Hope..."
    • Note: Ellen holds her daughter, Jo, as she dies of injuries inflicted by hellhounds, and then detonates a bomb, killing herself and the hounds and freeing Dean and Sam to go after Lucifer.
  • No one makes us do anything.
    • Who: Archangel Gabriel/The Trickster/Loki
    • Source: Episode 5x19, "Hammer of the Gods
    • Note: He is then killed by Lucifer, for siding with humans rather than Lucifer himself.
  • [Lucifer:Castiel, did you just Molotov my brother with holy fire?] Uh... no.
    • Who: Castiel
    • Source: "[[w:Supernatural (season 5)
    • Note: Castiel attacks Michael with a holy fire Molotov cocktail to delay the fight between him and Lucifer. An enraged Lucifer blows him apart for doing so. Castiel is resurrected minutes later, by God.
  • Cas...
    • Who: Balthazar
    • Source:Episode 6x22, "The Man Who Knew Too Much
    • Note: He is killed by Castiel after Castiel discovers that Balthazar has been passing information to the Winchesters to try and stop Castiel from opening Purgatory.

Tales from the CryptEdit

See Last words in Tales from the Crypt media

ThrillerEdit

  • Simon! Simon, keep away from me! Simon!
    • Who: Uncle Julian
    • Source: "Trio For Terror" [Episode 1x25]
    • Note: Says this before he is bludgeoned to death by his nephew.
  • Then you, whoever you are, know a great deal too much.
    • Who: Simon
    • Source: "Trio For Terror" [Episode 1x25]
    • Note: Says this before he is killed by the reanimated corpse of his uncle, a warlock.
  • It's...ridiculous...utterly ridic—
    • Who: Shanner, the Leighton Strangler
    • Source: "Trio For Terror" [Episode 1x25]
    • Note: Says this before being turned into stone by the decapitated head of Medusa.

True BloodEdit

  • What a moron.
    • Who: Maudette Pickens
    • Source: Episode 102 - "The First Taste"
    • Notes: She was having sex including erotic asphyxiation with Jason Stackhouse. She feigned to have been choked to death during the sex. In reaction, Jason left in panic. Minutes later, Maudette looked up and laughed. Later that night, René Lenier entered her home and strangled her to death in reaction to Maudette's reputation as a "fang-banger", a person who willingly has sex with vampires.
  • That's right, you get the fuck out of my house! Limp motherfucker! Why don't you go try and fuck your grandmother with that limp dick!
    • Who: Dawn Green
    • Source: Episode 103 - "Mine"
    • Notes: She was dissatisfied with her bed partner Jason Stackhouse and forced him out of her house at gunpoint following a conflict. After Jason left, she was strangled to death in her home by René Lenier, in reaction to her reputation as "fang-banger".
  • Help me please.. thank you, Jason.. AARGH!
    • Who: Eddie Gauthier
    • Source: Episode 110 - "I Don't Wanna Know"
    • Notes: He was a vampire abducted by Jason Stackhouse and his girlfriend Amy Burley, both addicted to vampire blood, which is a powerful drug in the True Blood universe. Amy and Jason had tied Eddie to a chair in their basement, but Jason came to see that Eddie was a kind-hearted person and intended to free him. Upon witnessing Jason's attempts to free Eddie, Amy drove a stake through Eddie's heart, killing the vampire.
  • Cheers to our future, baby.
    • Who: Amy Burley
    • Source: Episode 111 - "To Love is To Bury"
    • Notes: She was the vampire-blood-addicted girlfriend of Jason Stackhouse. They both took in vampire blood after this last line, and then went into a heavy drug trip. While in this trip, Rene Lenier, who had previously murdered other women ascociated with vampires, entered their home and strangled Amy to death.
  • Die, you fucking freak of nature, die- [is knocked down by Sookie] Fucking bitch!
    • Who: Rene Lenier
    • Source: Episode 112 - "You'll Be the Death of Me"
    • Notes: He was a serial killer who targeted women ascociated with vampires througout the first season. Ultimately, he came after protagonist Sookie Stackhouse for being in a relationship with a vampire. As he tried to kill Sookie, her shapeshifter boss Sam stepped in. Rene saw Sam's true nature as a shapeshifter and then started beating him, after which Sookie knocked him down using a shovel. As he grabbed her leg, she killed him in self-defense.
  • A human with me in the end.. and human tears. Two thousand years, and I can still be surprised. In this, I see God.
    • Who: Godric
    • Source: Episode 209 - "I Will Rise Up"
    • Notes: He was a 2000-year old vampire intent on committing suicide, having grown tired of vampire existence. He faced the full sunlight and was accompanied by protagonist Sookie Stackhouse in the process, who cried tears for him.
  • Was there no God?
    • Who: Maryann Forrester
    • Source: Episode 212 - "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'"
    • Notes: She was a maenad, a supernatural creature from ancient Greece intent on finding the perfect sacrifice to give to her "husband", the god Dionysus. She had a knife jabbed into the heart of shapeshifter Sam Merlotte, but as Sookie distracted her, Sookie's vampire boyfriend Bill fed Sam his healing blood and Sam shifted into a bull. Believing to be encountering Dionysus, Maryann approached the bull, but it stuck it's horns through her chest and shifted back into Sam, who pulled out her heart and destroyed it. In her last moments, Maryann realized Dionysus had never appeared to her and uttered this line.
  • Listen to me! I saw their eyes. Lookin' up at me, holding this knife out! That was the last thing they saw, Andy!
    • Who: Benedict "Eggs" Talley
    • Source: Episode 212 - "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'"
    • Notes: He had been hypnotised and used by a maenad, Maryann, to unconsciously murder people Maryann wanted dead. Sookie helped Eggs regaining memory of his actions under Maryann's control, after which he became guilt-ridden and violently confessed his actions, for which he was ultimately not responsible, to detective Andy Bellefleur. Jason Stackhouse then shot him to death, mistaking the situation for Eggs trying to kill Andy.
  • You do realize that I'm a vampire. You can shoot me, I will heal.
    • Who: Franklin Mott
    • Source: Episode 309 - "Everything is Broken"
    • Notes: He was a vampire that had abducted protagonist Tara Thornton. After she had finally escaped him, he confronted her again outside her working place and prepared to kill her. Jason Stackhouse then appeared with a gun full of wooden bullets. Franklin's response to the gun was this last line, after which Jason shot him with a wooden bullet, effectively staking and thus killing him.
  • Bill.. I still love you..
    • Who: Lorena Krasiki
    • Source: Episode 307 - "Hitting the Ground"
    • Notes: She was the sadistic vampire maker of Sookie Stackhouse's boyfriend Bill Compton. At the orders of a king, she was torturing Bill when Sookie intervened. Due to Sookie's distraction, Bill managed to pin Lorena to the ground with silver chains and instructed Sookie to stake her. Sookie was reluctant, but upon hearing Lorena utter this line, corresponding to Lorena's obsessive love for Bill and thus intense hate for Sookie, Sookie staked Lorena in fury.
  • You.. fucking traitor!
    • Who: Sophie-Anne Leclerq
    • Source: Episode 402 - "You Smell Like Dinner"
    • Notes: She was battling Bill Compton, whom she was high above both in skill and in rank, as she was the Vampire Queen of Louisiana. She was well on her way of defeating Compton, but then the representative of the American Vampire League, Nan Flanagan, entered with a dozen armed snipers. At Bill's orders, the snipers shot Sophie-Anne. Flanagan later pops up explaining to Bill that this is what happens to vampires who defy the Authority, and she crowns Bill the new King.
  • Sookie, this is not a request!
    • Who: Claudine Crane
    • Source: Episode 403 - "If You Love Me, Why Am I Dyin'?"
    • Notes: She was the fairy godmother of protagonist Sookie, who had on an earlier occassion taken Sookie with her to the Faerie World, against Sookie's wishes. When Sookie managed to return from the Faerie World, where she found herself threatened by the faeries, she found out she had missed twelve months of her life. Sookie returned to her human life, but after a few nights Claudine reappeared to her and ordered her to return to the Faerie World. A vampire, Eric, then attacked Claudine and drained her of her blood - Sookie may or may not have been able to help Claudine, but was unable to due to being startled.
  • There ain't no heaven, and hell is a dog fight. I just wanna disappear like I never was. [Sam: That's so fucking sad.] Don't forget about me right away.
    • Who: Tommy Mickens
    • Source: Episode 410 - "Burning Down the House"
    • Notes: Tommy was the shapeshifting brother of protagonist Sam Merlotte, and had recently gained the ability to "skinwalk" (shift into another human). Tommy and Sam had a very troubled relationship, but after Tommy came to know Sam's life was at stake after Sam had courted a werewolf's ex-wife, he shifted into Sam and confronted the werewolf himself, as "Sam". The werewolves beat him till he was mortally injured. Alcide and Sam were with him when Tommy died, as he had refused the vampire blood that could have saved him, and Tommy made the wish of being forgotten. Sam replied that Tommy would always be in his heart.
  • No one can live forever! Not even you!
    • Who: Marnie Stonebrook
    • Source: Episode 411 - "Soul of Fire"
    • Notes: Marnie, the season's main antagonist and a powerful medium, had angered the local vampires by attempting to massacre them and to out them as monstrous creatures in public. When Bill and Eric finally break her spells and reach her, she says these words to Bill right before he riddles her body with multiple gunshots, killing her instantly. She returns, however, as a spirit possessing Lafayette, but this line was her last one while still alive.
  • Lafayette.. I'm sorry.
    • Who: Jesus Velasquez
    • Source: Episode 412 - "And When I Die"
    • Notes: After the spirit of evil witch Marnie had taken over his boyfriend Lafayette's body, Jesus was forced to transfer his brujo powers to Marnie/Lafayette, since she was threatening to kill Lafayette if he did not comply. In the process of transferring his powers, Marnie/Lafayette stabbed Jesus and drank his blood to complete it. This slowly killed Jesus. He returns as a spirit to Lafayette, but this was his last line alive.
  • You're bluffing. I saw the way you both looked at her. Hungry puppy dogs, slobbering on the same juicy bone. [Eric moves and decapitates Nan's guards] You fucking..
    • Who: Nan Flanagan
    • Source: Episode 412 - "And When I Die"
    • Notes: A powerful vampire ruler, Nan Flanagan was spokeswoman and representative of the American Vampire League. After she deduced the AVL wanted to get rid of her for her actions during True Blood's fourth season, she came to Bill's house, where she met with Bill and Eric. She informed them of her orders to execute them both, but instead invited them to join her in a rebellion against the AVL. In reward, she offered safety for Bill and Eric's object of lust and love, fairy Sookie. Bill and Eric bluffed about not caring for Sookie, but Nan insulted them some more about Sookie. In response, Eric decapitated her guards. Nan began to talk, but was cut off mid sentence as Bill staked her.
  • Oh no. Please don't. Please don't kill me.. please-
    • Who: Debbie Pelt
    • Source: Episode 412 - "And When I Die"
    • Notes: Debbie was the werewolf girlfriend of Alcide Herveaux, but he had abandoned her once or twice to assist telepath Sookie. As jealous as Debbie was, she cheated on Alcide with his packmaster for this, and Alcide "abjured" her, vowing never to associate with her again. Debbie went to Sookie's house, hiding out for her and firing a gun at her, but instead hit and severely wounded Sookie's best friend Tara. In rage, Sookie jumped Debbie, grabbed her gun and held it at her. Debbie pleaded with Sookie not to fire, but Sookie pulled the trigger.
  • No! No. No. No!
    • Who: Margaret
    • Source: Episode 508 - "Somebody That I Used to Know"
    • Notes: Margaret who finds herself tied down on a bed in white lingerie and offered up as a late night meal to Bill the vampire with a conscience by an elder vampire who's trying to dominate him. Despite her pleas and Bill's morality pangs, she is dined upon.
  • Take it all. It belongs to you.
    • Who: Tracy
    • Source: Episode 508 - "Somebody That I Used to Know"
    • Notes: Tracy is hypnotized and turned into Tara Thornton's personal food supply.
  • I can't even feel it! All I feel is a slight tickling sensation! Which unfortunately for you, only broadens my appetite! [is sweeped off his feet by Eric] Well.. fuck.
    • Who: Russell Edgington
    • Source: Episode 512 - "Save Yourself"
    • Notes: He was caught off guard and staked by Eric.
  • Lilith.. chose well.
    • Who: Salome
    • Source: Episode 512 - "Save Yourself"
    • Notes: Salome, out gambitted and tricked by Bill, a much younger and weaker vampire, solemnly accepts that Lilith chose Bill as her messiah instead of her, while Bill creeps up on her incapacitated body and finally drives a stake through her.

The Twilight ZoneEdit

See Last words in Twilight Zone media

Ugly BettyEdit

  • Now I need some water.
  • Betty: Am I ever gonna see you again? I guess that's up to you.
    • Who: Bradford Meade
    • Source: I See Me, I.C.U., Giving Up The Ghost
    • Note: First line is spoken to Betty shortly before dying of a heart attack. Second line is from the following episode, in which character appears as a ghost (actually, as "he" points out, a subconscious manifestation of her guilt) to Betty before finally departing.

The WireEdit

  • Damn, I wish Bird was here man. Bird be loving this shit.
    • Who: Anton "Stinkum" Artis
    • Note: Character is talking to Wee-Bay while discussing their plan to ambush a rival drug dealer, mentioning how their fellow enforcer Bird has been put in jail. During the attempted ambush, Stinkum is surprised and shot dead by Omar Little.
  • They better not be long, cause see, I don't know where the stash is, and if they're dragging us all the way over to this part of town then see...What?"
    • Who: Wendell "Orlando" Blocker
    • Note: Character is working with police in a sting when his car is ambushed by Wee-Bey and Little Man, who kill Orlando and injure Officer Kima Greggs.
  • It's us, man."
    • Who: Wallace
    • Note: Wallace is cornered and shot by his friends, Bodie and Poot, who kill him for talking to the police about Brandon Wright's murder. Line is said while begging Bodie not to kill him, pleading that they are friends.
  • Alright, give me a minute. Let me finish up here real quick; then I'll go and get one for you.
    • Who: D'Angelo Barksdale
    • Note: Character was working in the backroom of the prison library when another inmate slipped in behind him and pretended to be requesting a book. When D'Angelo looked away, the inmate came from behind and strangled him. He then posed the body to look like a suicide.
  • N-No. Please.
    • Who: George "Double-G" Glekas
    • Note: Killed by Ziggy Sobatka after he underpaid Ziggy for a job and then physically threw him out of his office.
  • Well it seem like I can't say nothin' to change your minds.... WELL GET ON WITH IT, MOTHERF-
    • Who: Russell "Stringer" Bell
    • Note: Line was said by Stringer moments before getting shot by Omar Little (for the murder of Omar's boyfriend) and Brother Mouzone (for his betrayal that led to Mouzone getting gutshot).
  • Watch you looking at? You looking crazy. Like I'm really gonna give that motherfucker a ride to Woodlawn! Shit...
  • Who: Fruit
  • Note: Fruit is talking to Patrice, his girlfriend, when he is shot in the head by Lex, Patrice's jealous ex-boyfriend.
  • Come on with it motherfuckers! I don't give a FUCK! I'm right here! You ain't putting me up in one of those empty ass houses neither.
    • Who: Preston "Bodie" Broadus
    • Note: When he say Snoop and Chris coming towards him, Bodie chose to stand his ground instead of run. However, while he was shooting at them, O-Dog came up from behind and shot him in the head. His last words refer to Chris and Snoops's tendency to hide bodies in vacant houses.
  • Ain't no other way I can see it.
    • Who: Butchie
    • Note: Line said in response to Chris Partlow asking Omar Little's whereabouts, threatening torture if Butchie didn't give Omar up. Chris shoots Butchie twice in each leg and smashes a bottle on his head, then shoots Butchie in the head when he remains silent.
  • Proposition then. I'll just step out the way. You'll never hear from me again. I'll just disappear.
    • Who: Joseph "Proposition Joe" Stewart
    • Note: Prop Joe is trying to convince Marlo that he does not need to be killed.
  • I wasn't there. When they did the old man like that I wasn't there. Chris and Snoop, they on that."
  • Who: Savino Bratten
    • Note: Savino is cornered by Omar Little, who is hunting down members of Marlo's organization to avenge Butchie's death. Savino states that he didn't help kill Butchie, but Omar kills him regardless.
  • Get a pack of Newport, a soft pack... and let me get one of them t-
    • Who: Omar Little
    • Note: Character was a robber who targeted drug dealers and was often treated as an unstoppable force in Baltimore. He was shot by a young boy while visiting a convenience store.
  • Yeah that's what you say. But it's how you carry yourself. Always apart, always asking why, when you should be doin' what you're told. You was never one of us, and you never could be....How my hair look, Mike?
    • Who: Felicia "Snoop" Pearson
    • Note: Character was a soldier in Marlo's group who, over the course of the series and with the aid of Chris Partlow, murdered more than 25 individuals. When Marlo ordered the death of Michael Lee, a trainee soldier that she and Chris had taken under their wing, Michael confronted her and killed her.
  • When it was my uncle, I was with my uncle. When it was Marlo, I was with him. But now, nigga --"
  • Who: Calin "Cheese" Wagstaff
    • Note: Character is gloating about how he has outlasted his former bosses Prop Joe and Marlo Stanfield, stating that it is a new era. Cheese is then shot by Slim Charles, in order to avenge Prop Joe's death.

"The Walking Dead"Edit

  • " I ain't gonna beg... I ain't begging you!"
    • Merle Dixon
    • Note: Said before being shot in the chest by the Governor. He later reanimates as a walker, and is stabbed in the head several times by his brother Daryl.
  • " "Go! I'm dead!"
    • Who: T-Dog
    • Note: Character attacked a herd of walkers to get Carol to safety. He says these lines before being devoured by the walkers.

The X-FilesEdit

See: Last words in The X-Files media

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