As any detective can tell you, investigating missing property or deaths is comparatively easy compared to elusive missing people. However in...更多>
Martin: I think he's sleeping with her. The way he talks about her and she's climbing that corporate ladder pretty quick. Jack Malone: He may be in love with her, but he's not sleeping with her. Never even thought about it. [Martin looks quizzically at Jack] Jack Malone: He's gay. Martin: What, because he called her a "fireball"? Jack Malone: No... 'cause he was checking you out. Jack Malone: According to the groom, she was an angel. Martin: I guess love is blind. And deaf. And very, very dumb. Jack Malone: Spoken like a true romantic. Martin: You still believe in that? Jack Malone: Yeah, marriage, kids, the whole nine yards. [Martin looks at him] Jack Malone: I didn't say I was good at it, but I'm a huge fan. Samantha: Hey, you think it's easy being surrounded by guys with guns all day? Martin: I thought you liked guys with guns. Samantha: I like the guns. Jack Malone: [introducing the 'new guy'] All right, as you all know, we have a new member of the team joining us today - Martin Fitzgerald. Let's make sure we give him the frosty welcome that all rookies deserve. Danny: [whispers] Two years working white-collar in Seattle and he gets this assignment? Samantha: Doesn't hurt to be Victor Fitzgerald's kid. Danny: Mmm. No wonder he's smiling. Samantha: Not a bad smile, either. Jack Malone: I was surprised that your father didn't call me about you. Martin: I asked him to stay out of it. I don't want any preferential treatment. Jack Malone: Good, 'cause you're not getting any. Jack Malone: Everybody's skeptical of you white-collar guys. Martin: Yeah, I've noticed.
: [about a missing person's father] He's barely got a pot to piss in and he's taking his daughter to a $300 dinner on a Saturday night? Jack Malone: Well, think about it. He abandons her when she's a kid. He doesn't know how to deal with it. Now he wants to be her best friend. It's classic guilt. Samantha: Is it guilt or romance? You don't go to Carmine's unless it's valentine's day or you're going to propose. Jack Malone: How would you know? Vivian: Where's she going? Danny: Maybe it's a booty call. Samantha: Your mind is always in the gutter. There was no call. Danny: Tom Wilkins, 11:48. Martin: In my experience, there's usually not a three-hour lag between the call and the, uh... [clears his throat] Martin: delivery. Samantha: Think a fresh change of clothes will make up for a lost night's sleep? Jack Malone: Well, if I looked as good as you in black, I wouldn't need to change. Samantha: [laughs] Jack... your collar. Jack Malone: You're starting to sound like my wife. Samantha: You should listen to your wife. [Sam fixes the mussed collar] Jack Malone: You do this for Dr. Fred? Samantha: Sure. Jack Malone: How is Dr. Fred? Samantha: Busy and unavailable, just the way I like 'em. Samantha: Well, there's always Daddy Dearest. This way he gets the money and the girl. Jack Malone: You have a chip on your shoulder. Danny: [after a boy goes missing at Yankee Stadium] This would've never happened at Shea. Vivian: It's so sad how bitter Mets fans are. [at a boxing training camp in the Catskills] Danny: I don't understand why someone would come all the way out here to get in shape. I've got a gym nineteen blocks from my apartment. Samantha: Your apartment's also in the vicinity of three gentlemen's clubs. Danny: I like a little variety in my workout. [interrogating a suspect who shot at him] Danny: And if the ballistics come back positive, I've got you for attempted murder - of me. [investigating the disappearance of a boxer] Samantha: I don't get it. You get beat in the head for a living, and you make money only to have your manager steal it. What's the point? Danny: Boxing does have its benefits. Samantha: What? Wearing satin shorts to work? Martin:
[after breaking protocol on a case]