Satu trespassed on my land, on my ancestral home. I want to see her suffer before the Congregation decides her fate.


Diana: My God. I know this writing. He wrote in the manuscript.
Matthew: What? Your father? In the Book of Life?

Sarah: Em, enough already. Can we please not pretend this is a social call? Vampires protecting Bishop land? It's isn't gonna work! [the house begins to shake]
Miriam: [looking around] What the hell?
Sarah: Look at you! People will talk. We might as well send a FLARE up for the Congregation!
Matthew: With respect, Sarah...
Sarah: With respect, Matthew, I've had about enough of you saying "with respect" and then doing or saying whatever you damn please.
Miriam: What is going on?
Matthew: Magic house.
Diana: The house doesn't like it when we argue.

Sarah: How on earth could anyone think that you're, that you're human?!
Miriam: Sarah, you're hardly inconspicuous yourself. The smell of henbane is coming off you in waves.
Sarah: You got a problem, Junior?!
Marcus: Oh, uh, no. It's just, you look so much like your namesake. Sarah Bishop, your ancestor. She taught me how to set a broken leg at the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Emily: That is so fascinating, Marcus. I mean, did you know her well?

Matthew: There were two women, two human women. Not like this, not like us, but I did love them. And I told each of them that they were safe with me. I even believed it. If I ever harmed you...
Diana: Matthew, you will never harm me. I'm not human, I'm powerful. And you will never hurt me because you don't want to; you can't. I won't let you.

Baldwin: You really believe that Diana is, what, savior of the daemons?
Agatha: Sophie does. There's so much we don't understand. If daemons can be born to witches? If cross-species families are possible, then everything we know about our kind is, well, it's all up for grabs.

Matthew: What. Just. Happened.
Diana: I don't know. I needed to step out for some air, and then BAM I was here.
Matthew: Do you think that you might have just time walked? [Diana chuckles] I mean it. I mean it! You weren't there; you certainly weren't here or else I would have heard your heart beating.
Diana: But time walking? I mean, even if I could, I wouldn't know how I did it.
Matthew: Well, you do realize your father was a time walker, don't you?

Your magic works differently from my magic, Sarah. You can't help me with this.


You opened them up to get to the power you couldn't find in their daughter. Am I right?


Matthew: There's nothing wrong with you, Diana. There never was.
Diana: Normally, when you're spellbound, that's it. You're bound for life until that person sets you free.
Matthew: But not you.
Diana: No, I think they tied it to need. If I was ever in trouble, I could still call upon my magic and I wouldn't be alone. Matthew, you were in their stories.
Matthew: The spell was somehow tied to me, too.
Diana: To my need for you. [they kiss] They knew I'd fall in love with you.

Diana: I was half myself for years, and you didn't say a thing.
Emily: I had to trust that she wanted me to keep the secret for reason. I had to trust that what she thought was best.

Diana: Did you know that I was spellbound?
Sarah: What?
Emily: I guessed that you might be, yes.

A Discovery of Witches Quotes

Gerbert: What is it? What can you see? Is Diana the witch from the prophecy?
Luisa: Beware the witch with the blood of the lion and the wolf for with it she shall destroy the children of the night.
Gerbert: I know that; I know. Speak to me or you will get no more of this.
Luisa: Two. Light. Dark.
Gerbert: There are two witches?
Luisa: One close.
Gerbert: Who is she, and where can I find her?

Ysabeau: You think that lighting a fire and pouring some wine will help them?
Marthe: He loves her, Ysabeau.
Ysabeau: They'll need more than love. The witches will think she turned her back on her own kind, and they will come. And when they come, her weakness will put us all at risk.
Marthe: She will find a way to use her magic to protect herself.
Ysabeau: Then she better stop behaving like some human and find a way, fast.