advertisement Mary Beth Lacey: We go in together and it's 'Hello, Sgt. Cagney,' 'How ya doing, Sgt. Cagney?' I may as well have stayed in the car. Christine Cagney: Oh Mary Beth. Mary Beth Lacey: And when we go to the lab, Solomon offers you sushi, me, I get fiber samples. Don't tell me you never noticed. Christine Cagney: Well, maybe one or two times. You know how men are. Harvey Lacey: If you ask me, her show is strictly for kids. Mary Beth Lacey: You watch it. Harvey Lacey: What can I say, I'm a kid at heart. Christine Cagney: That is one tough lady. Mary Beth Lacey: I don't understand how she can live with it. Christine Cagney: Forget it Mary Beth. Mary Beth Lacey: No, I can't forget it Christine. See, I go home every night and no matter how bad a day it was, I think, well at least we took a little inch of crud off the city. I mean, of course, it'll be back tomorrow, but at least we're treading water. You know what I feel like right now? I feel like the crud is winning. Christine Cagney: We're gonna put the word out how you tried to set up the blacks, Eddie. You're gonna be a big hit in Attica. They're gonna be calling you the Queen of Soul! Det. Sgt. Christine Cagney #2: I'm being quiet now, that means it's your turn to talk. Mary Beth Lacey: I'm trying to think of what to say. Det. Sgt. Christine Cagney #2: She's got a black belt in mouth karate and she's arrogant as hell. Dep. Inspector Knelman: [about a law suit filed against New York for $ 7,000,000] Don't you find it ironic that the city of New York is paying you to accumulate evidence so that... it can be sued? Mary Beth Lacey: Ironic, yes sir! Also tragic. What happened to that boy shouldn't never have happened or allowed to happen, sir. Dep. Inspector Knelman: Ahh the very crux of the Patterson's press conference today. Their lawyer says you can't put a price tag on tragedy and in the very next breath he mentions... $ 7,000,000 Dep. Inspector Knelman: Wrap it up by the end of the week and then let's move on to more important things! Mary Beth Lacey: Sir, I think this is important, don't you sir? Dep. Inspector Knelman: An old man gets mugged on the street, he's not looking for trouble. A lady with five kids were shot to death for her paycheck, she's not looking for trouble but this 'Dwayne Patterson', he left home with the intention of purchasing alcohol, then he showed false ID, then he shoplifted, then he offered illegal identification again when he was arrested and booked, in other words Dwayne Patterson *looked* for trouble... and he found it... and tax payers should pay him to the tune of 7 000 000 $? I find that rather grotesque! Wrap it up! Mary Beth Lacey: You were raped, Christine. Det. Sgt. Christine Cagney #2: He said he was gonna kill me, Mary Beth. [Cagney and Lacey have just returned from undercover work as prostitutes] Mary Beth Lacey: Chris, lemme tell ya: cop feet weren't meant for hooker shoes. Dep. Inspector Knelman: Bert, reappoint your... detectives, on their priorities. Lt. Bert Samuels: I can assure you, sir, uh, that they are giving the case a 100%. Dep. Inspector Knelman: They'd better! Because I'd hate like hell to have to come down here again.