Duncan: Aye, I sensed something the day we met, but I wasn't sure.
Connor: Well now you know, and you also know as well as I do that her immortality can only be triggered by the shock of a violent death.
Duncan: Yes, I do. Without such a death, she will simply grow old and die. Yes, I know Connor. Is that what you came to tell me on my wedding day? Come on, drink up man!
Connor: No, I was wondering, does she know?
Connor: Many years after I was married, one night, I found Heather in front of the house. She had a knife in one hand, and her hair in the other. When I asked her why she had done such a thing to herself, she said it was the one part of her that would never age. It would remain the same as when I first fell in love with her. That's how she wanted me to remember her.
Duncan: Why are you telling me this?
Connor: Because I once loved a woman, more than life itself...and I watched her die. Unlike me, you have a choice.
Duncan: What would you have me tell her?
Connor: I'd tell her nothing. She wouldn't believe you anyway.
Duncan: Then I can do nothing!
Connor: She's in the flare of her youth. Enjoy the moment, and let it pass!
Duncan: And if it were you in my place?
Connor: I was in your place! But I thank god I never had the choice.
Duncan: I love Kate, and I will hold on to her as long as I can, and that is all I can do!