Being Human is a BBC series where a ghost, vampire, and werewolf try to live like normal people while hiding what they are from those around them. Sometimes the monsters in the room aren't the actual monsters. Season 2 is now airing on BBC America in the US on Saturday nights at 9 pm EST.
Mitchell: I never know with you whether it's Jewish guilt or werewolf guilt. George: They're pretty much the same thing.
Nina: George is...weird. Mitchell: No one's denying that, but once you get past the weirdness, he's actually the nicest bloke you could ever meet.
George: Hold on, hold on, we need to set some ground rules about guests. Mitchell: Like what? George: Like...don't kill them. Mitchell: Uh. Such a bourgeois concept.
George: Tell me honestly. Is this too flash? Mitchell: I can't imagine saying yes, but a bit of context might help.
Mitchell: Annie, you're still dealing with the fact you were killed by Owen, maybe cleaning the kitchen isn't the best way to go about it.
George: That was pathetic. We were like the world's gayest ninjas.
George: You're very sarcastic for a vicar. Chaplin Mark: Yeah, so people tell me, and I feel very bad about it, but then, you know, I forgive myself.
Chaplin Mark: Jewish people pray. I've seen Yentl.
Annie: Well, congratulations on the whole speaking like a twat thing.
Mitchell: You ok? George: She attacked me but I fought her off. Mitchell: You've got lipstick on your mouth.
Mitchell: Yes, the disembodied spirit of a dead woman is getting a job in the service industry. What could possibly go wrong?
Mitchell: Of course, I've lived with other people. Do you think I spent the last hundred years waiting for you and your three different types of upholstery cleaner to show up?
George: He's your murdering fugitive. If you want to keep him, you've got to look after him.
Mitchell: My name is John Mitchell and I've killed more people than you've met.
Lucy: Are you asking me out in a morgue? Mitchell: Well, we did meet in a toilet.