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A collection of quotes from Wilson Fisk.

Daredevil

Episode 1.01: Into the Ring

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Episode 1.03: Rabbit in a Snowstorm

Dialogue

"People always ask me how we can charge so much for what amounts of just variations of white. I tell them it's not about the artist's name or the skill required, not even about the art itself. All that matters is: how does it make you feel?"
"... It makes me feel alone."
Vanessa Marianna and Wilson Fisk[src]

Episode 1.04: In the Blood

Spoken by Wilson Fisk

"You embarrassed me; you embarrassed me in front of her!"
―Wilson Fisk to Anatoly Ranskahov[src]

Dialogue

"Take what's left of him and send it to his brother."
"It'll start a war."
"I'm counting on it."
―Wilson Fisk and James Wesley[src]

Episode 1.05: World on Fire

Spoken by Wilson Fisk

"I've done things I'm not proud of, Vanessa. I've hurt people, and I'm going to hurt more. It's impossible to avoid for what I'm trying to do. But I take no pleasure in it... in cruelty. But this city isn't a caterpillar. It doesn't spin a cocoon and wake up a butterfly. A city crumbles and fades. It needs to die before it can be reborn."
―Wilson Fisk to Vanessa Marianna[src]
"I'm just a man with a dream."
―Wilson Fisk[src]

Dialogue

"The Ranskahovs are no longer a part of our organization.
"Since when?"
"Since I removed Anatoly's head with my car door."
―Wilson Fisk and Leland Owlsley[src]

Episode 1.06: Condemned

Dialogue

"Who is this?"
"I think you know. You've been asking about me. I thought it was time we spoke."
"Say your name."
"You first... That's what I thought. You and I have a lot in common."
"We're nothing alike."
"That's what you'll tell yourself."
"You're feeding off this city like a cancer."
"I want to save this city, like you only on a scale that matters."
"Now tell that to the people you've hurt."
"Young man life is not a fairy tale. Not everyone deserves a happy ending."
"I'm gonna find you and I'm gonna make you pay for what you've done."
"No, you are not. Not that I don't admire what you're trying to do to change the world with nothing but desire and your own two hands secure in the knowledge that you're doing the right thing, the only thing. That's something that I do understand. But we both can't have what we want. So your part in this drama, by necessity, comes to an end."
"It's gonna take a lot more than a voice on a radio to stop me."
"It's not me you need to worry about. It's the city you just blew the hell out of."
"You You think anyone's gonna believe that?"
"You're running around in a mask, holing up with a known felon in the wake of a series of bombings. There's that police officer you're holding hostage, so yes. Actually, I do."
Daredevil and Wilson Fisk[src]
"The Russian is he alive?"
"I'm still here, you fat shit!"
"Does that answer your question?"
―Wilson Fisk, Vladimir Ranskahov, and Daredevil[src]
"You're a child playing at being a hero."
"No, no, I'm not trying to be a hero. I'm just a guy that got fed up with men like you and I decided to do something about it."
"That's what makes you dangerous. It's not the mask. It's not the skills. It's your ideology. The lone man who thinks he can make a difference. I'm glad we could talk. I- I respect your conviction even if it runs counter with with my own."
"Yeah, keep telling yourself you've won. It'll make what I'm gonna do to you so much more satisfying."
"Your part ends tonight."
"And if that's true, others will take my place. They'll see what I was trying to do and they'll make sure--"
"No, they won't. The city will burn you in effigy. Your name, your very existence will be met with abhorrence and disgust."
―Wilson Fisk and Daredevil[src]
"What did you do?"
"What you forced me to do. Goodbye. I'm afraid we won't speak again."
"Fisk Fisk! Fisk, answer me!"
Daredevil and Wilson Fisk[src]

Episode 1.07: Stick

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

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Episode 1.08: Shadows in the Glass

Spoken by Wilson Fisk

"Keep kicking him, keep kicking him, keep kicking him!"
―Wilson Fisk as he kills his father[src]
"My name is Wilson Fisk, and together, we can make this city a better place."
―Wilson Fisk[src]

Episode 1.09: Speak of the Devil

Dialogue

"This city and its future, seeing Hell's Kitchen to it's fullest potential is very important to me."
"I feel the same way."
―Wilson Fisk and Matt Murdock[src]
"I'm gonna kill you."
"Take your shot."
Masked Man and Wilson Fisk[src]

Episode 1.10: Nelson v. Murdock

Spoken by Wilson Fisk

"You always had something the others did not. My respect."
―Wilson Fisk to Madame Gao[src]

Dialogue

"That was beatuiful."
"That word is meant only for you tonight."
Vanessa Marianna and Wilson Fisk[src]

Episode 1.11: The Path of the Righteous

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Episode 1.12: The Ones We Leave Behind

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Episode 1.13: Daredevil

Spoken by Wilson Fisk

"If anyone tries to follow, on the ground or in the air. Take them out!"
―Wilson Fisk[src]

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

"You don't get to be the man on top without enemies looking to tear you down."
Karen Page[src]

Dialogue

"I'm not a religious man... but I've read bits and pieces over the years. Curiosity more than faith. But this one story... there was a man. He was traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho... when he was set upon by men of ill intent. They stripped the traveler of his clothes, they beat him, and they left him... bleeding in the dirt. And a priest happened by... saw the traveler... but he moved to the other side of the road and continued on. And then a Levite, a religious functionary, he... came to the place, saw the dying traveler... but he too moved to the other side of the road, passed him by. But then came a man from Samaria, a Samaritan, a good man. He saw the traveler bleeding in the road and he stopped to aid him without thinking of the circumstance or the difficulty it might bring him. The Samaritan tended to the travelers wounds, applying oil and wine. And he carried him to an inn, gave him all the money he had for the owner to take care of the traveler, as the Samaritan, he... continued on his journey. He did this simply because the traveler was his neighbor. He loved his city and all the people in it. I always thought that I was the Samaritan in that story. It's funny, isn't it? How even the best of men can be... deceived by their true nature."
"What the hell does that mean?"
"It means that I'm not the Samaritan. That I'm not the priest, or the Levite. That I am the ill intent... who set upon the traveler on a road that he should nat have been on."
―Wilson Fisk and an FBI agent[src]
"I wanted to make this city something better than it is, something beautiful. You took that away from me! You took everything! I'm gonna kill you!"
"Take your shot."
―Wilson Fisk and Daredevil[src]

Episode 2.01: Bang

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

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Episode 2.02: Dogs to a Gunfight

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

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Episode 2.04: Penny and Dime

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

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Episode 2.06: Regrets Only

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

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Episode 2.07: Semper Fidelis

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

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Episode 2.08: Guilty as Sin

Spoken by Wilson Fisk

"I see you got my message."
―Wilson Fisk to Frank Castle[src]

Episode 2.09: Seven Minutes in Heaven

Spoken by Wilson Fisk

"The physician says that your condition is... is grave. That your lungs are filling with liquid. In a few hours, you're likely to suffocate in your own blood. But you won't suffer alone. I'll be here. Because you were right. In prison, there's only room for one kingpin."
―Wilson Fisk to Dutton on his deathbed[src]

Dialogue

"How quickly we turn into savages. As if the moment we walk through these prison doors--"
"You tried to have me killed."
"Yes, it would've been cleaner that way, but you got what you wanted! Given the condition that he was in. I assume that Dutton admitted to some involvement in your tragedy."
"What do you want? Why am I still alive?"
"Because plans change. Because if you want to survive, you adapt. Yes! The plan was to kill you. I needed to close that loop. I'd already made a deal with the rest of the guards. I doubled the cut that Dutton was paying them. But that didn't work out, did it? No, I was wrong. That's difficult to admit, but... you have a gift, Mr. Castle. I assumed that the stories that I read in the paper about your attacks on the criminal world were apocryphal. How could one man be capable of such... violence? But then I saw it... with my own two eyes. And when one comes across someone with such talent... with such a gift... well... you don't let that go to waste."
"No. No, you don't."
―Wilson Fisk and Frank Castle[src]
"What the hell is this?"
"I'm in control now. And I've set you free."
"What does that mean, "free"? I'll show you."
"'Cause everyone warned me that prison would be an inhumane environment. It is. But I... I find it refreshing. The perfect microcosm of the animal world. When an animal wants something, when it needs something, other things... need to be stepped on."
"You want me on the outside so I step on every piece of shit I see. That way, nobody gets strong, and we... The city's yours for the taking."
"Something like that. Yeah."
"So if you can do that, if you can get me out, why not just do it yourself?"
"Because I play the long game, Mr. Castle. You see, when I'm finally let out of this cage... it won't be to wage war. It will be to win one. You, sir... you need to focus on now. I've given you a chance to walk free. To put that gift of yours to work, to find... What does Dutton call him? The Blacksmith. If I were in your shoes... I would use this opportunity to find your justice, to kill your way to justice! And not for me. Of course not. Not for yourself. For your family. For them."
"Fisk."
"Yes?"
"You know... next time I see you... only one of us walks away."
"Yes, of course. I'm counting on it."
Frank Castle and Wilson Fisk[src]

Episode 2.10: The Man in the Box

Dialogue

"But I have something to say to you, when I finally get out of this cage, I will dismantle the lives of the two amateurs who put me in here! You Mr. Murdock, and Franklin Percy Nelson!"
"No, I put you here, not Nelson."
"The two of you took the laurels, you'll both take the blame! I'll chop both the heads off of that snake and I'll spend more than six dollars on postage to bring you down! You see, I've had a lot of time to reflect on my journey here Mr. Murdock, my mistakes, everything I took for granted, and while I try and sleep in this bleak place, the one thing that keeps me warm is the thought that I will look down upon this city, the city that birthed me, with the woman that I love, whom, whom I love with everything that I am. You're worried that Frank Castle will reek havoc on Hell's Kitchen? Just wait... Let's do this again some time..."
―Wilson Fisk and Matt Murdock[src]

Luke Cage

Episode 1.01: Moment of Truth

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

"You saw what happened to Fisk."
Black Mariah to Cottonmouth[src]

Episode 1.06: Suckas Need Bodyguard

Spoken about Wilson Fisk

"They're afraid of the headlines. Police corruption. A crime boss who's related to a prominent city councilwoman. And the only person to tie it all together is a corrupt cop. A dead one at that."
"Then I'll be the one to tie it together."
"You're on the wrong side of the glass for that, baby girl. First Fisk, then Cottonmouth. This is huge. But they're over there and we're right here."
Betty Audrey and Misty Knight[src]

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