Black Sails Season 2 Episode 7: "XV" Quotes
There will be no more dissent against Captain Flint. There will be no subversion of his plans. There will be nothing but adherence to the principle that we are, none of us, safe until we are all safe. Does anyone have a problem with that?Billy
I don't imagine I'm alone in having taken some comfort in the idea of all of this coming to an end, but now no gold. We're back to the same two choices we've known our entire lives. Toil for another man's benefit or steal for our own. Unless, Captain Flint just showed us a third way. A reconciliation, pardons and not because we need to apologize for what we've done. Not because we got any desire to go back to where we came from, but because maybe, with a little help, this place could be the reason we never have to do either again.Silver
I can only scavenge leads generated by Eleanor for so long. I have an appetite for something larger than that, and it requires expanding. Proper spies, perhaps off the island as well. For this I need a partner with knowledge of the sea and I need a partner I can trust.Max
Silver: There's no we, we stopped being a thing of any relevance about an hour ago.
Flint: Is that so?
Silver: I believe I've been clear about the nature of my investment here. The gold was the inducement, now no gold...
Flint: It's an unfortunate development, but we have to adapt and quickly.
Silver: Adapt? I've had about my fill of adapting lately. Doing your bidding, keeping the crew in line for you.
Flint: I wasn't the only one to benefit from that.
Silver: It certainly seemed that way. Even now you're the only one benefiting from it.
Flint: What are you saying? That I'm benefiting from the gold having disappeared?
Silver: It certainly solved a number of problems for you; didn't it? I have a half mind to wonder if you didn't orchestrate this whole thing to your advantage.
Vane: I saved your life. I killed him for you. Low and his crew, I killed them all to protect you.
Eleanor: You didn't do it for me.
Vane: You will turn on absolutely anyone; won't you? So what's the plan? Leave me to answer for this among the men? Assume they'll tear me to pieces for granting access to the woman who stole the girl out from under us; my death sentence. Listen to me clearly. Put down that key, walk back through that gate, return the girl and I will sort this with the men. You have my word. But lock that gate and there is no walking back through it; ever. And I assure you, you will hear from me again.