David Lloyd George: What would the vote mean to you, Mrs. Watts?
Maud Watts: I never thought we'd get the vote. So, I've never thought about what it would mean.
David Lloyd George: So, why are you here?
Maud Watts: I thought that - we might. That this life - there's another way of livin' this life. Sorry. My words.
David Lloyd George: No. No. The finest eloquence is that which gets things done.
Maud Watts: We break windows, we burn things. Cause war's the only language men listen to! Cause you've beaten us and betrayed us and there's nothing else left.
Inspector Arthur Steed: And there's nothing left but to stop you.
Maud Watts: What you gonna do? Lock us all up? We're in every home, we're half the human race, you can't stop us all.
Inspector Arthur Steed: You might lose your life before this is over.
Maud Watts: We will win.
Maud Watts: Your mother's name is Maud Watts. Don't forget that name. Because, I'll be waiting for you to find me. Will you find me George? Don't forget it.