Benton Fraser: I first came to Chicago on the trail of my father's killers, and for various reasons remained here a liaison to the Canadian consulate.

Benton Fraser: Thank you kindly. [Repeated line]

Benton Fraser: There is nothing more frustrating than playing hide and seek with a deaf wolf.

Benton Fraser: [to Diefenbaker] Stop stealing the blanket.
[Diefenbaker whines]
Benton Fraser: You're an Arctic Wolf, for God's sake.

Benton Fraser: She shot my hat, Ray.
Ray Vecchio: [incredulous that this matters] She shot you in the hat?
Benton Fraser: [very serious] I can feel air coming in through the hole.
Ray Vecchio: [serious] She shot you in the hat.
Benton Fraser: How does it look?
Ray Vecchio: Doesn't look good.
Benton Fraser: We'll have to go home and get my other one.
Ray Vecchio: We can do that, Fraser.
Benton Fraser: Thanks, Ray.

Ray Vecchio: Does the word "incarcerate" mean anything to you?
Benton Fraser: Well it's from the Medieval Latin, "incarcerata..."
Ray Vecchio: Medieval Latin? You let a perp go and you're giving me Medieval Latin?
Benton Fraser: Actually, "perpetrator" is also Latin, from "perpetrare..."
Ray Vecchio: Shut up, ok? Just shut up.

Benton Fraser: That's just silly, Ray. [Repeated line]

Benton Fraser: You know, you let a wolf save your life, they make you pay and pay and pay...

Benton Fraser: My father said something that has always stuck with me, Ray.
Ray Vecchio: Your father never shut up, did he?
Benton Fraser: He said a man with no future will always run to his past.
Ray Vecchio: And when did this come up, Fraser? Were you sitting around at breakfast when he came up with these things? Or did he come running into your room and just blurted them out?
Benton Fraser: Ray. There's no need to be sarcastic.
Ray Vecchio: No, I'm just curious. How did he work these things into everday conversation? Did he say "Son, did you see the size of that moose? And by the way, a man with no future will always run to his past"?

Benton Fraser: Ray, brandishing a weapon is not going to encourage motorists to come to our aid.
Ray Vecchio: Fraser, look at me. I have one shoe, I'm covered in mud, and I'm standing here with a wolf and a guy dressed like who knows what. No one in their right mind is going to stop and give us a lift without the threat of deadly force.

Dawn Charest: Has anyone ever told you, you have phenomenal bone structure?
Benton Fraser: Yes, a starving Inuit.

Ray Vecchio: Please tell me this doesn't involve sub-zero temperatures or Inuit legend.
Benton Fraser: No, it does not.
Ray Vecchio: Of course it does. It always does.

Benton Fraser: Oh dear. [Repeated line]

Ray Kowalski: You and I both know I'm not Ray Vecchio.
Benton Fraser: You're not?
Ray Kowalski: I don't even look like him.
Benton Fraser: Well, you could have had plastic surgery.
Ray Kowalski: You are unhinged.

Benton Fraser: You know, Ray, my father once told me that the sky isn't just above you, that if you look at the horizon you'll see that it actually touches the ground. So if you think about it, wherever you go, you are actually walking in the sky.
Ray Kowalski: You're a freak.
Benton Fraser: Understood.

Benton Fraser: Ray, you know, you really should try to keep your things a little more organized.
Ray Kowalski: Look, Fraser, this is the wrong time for advice on neatness.
Benton Fraser: It may be the wrong time for advice, Ray, but it's never the wrong time for neatness.

Benton Fraser: You, sir, are in the dominion of Canada.

Ray Kowalski: Look, we're hundreds of miles from nowhere in a frozen wasteland and you're grinning like an idiot.
Benton Fraser: I'm home.