The Job

Season 2 Episode 1

Sacrilege

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Aired Wednesday 9:30 PM Jan 16, 2002 on ABC
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Mike and Pip are less than thrilled when they're assigned to take the District Attorney's twelve-year-old daughter on a ride-along for her school paper, especially when they lose her in the city; Frank disguises himself as a priest to draw out a confession; members of the squad encounter an unusual "nun".moreless

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      • Sean : Well.
        McNeil : What?
        Sean : I talked to your nun.
        McNeil : Yeah.
        Sean : One thing I'm certain of she's not a nun. I asked her to name the holy trinity. I couldn't hear the first two but the last one was, Steve and I know that's not right.

      • Sean : How's Karen and the kids?
        McNeil : Good. Your mom and dad?
        Sean : Good.
        McNeil : Aunt Pat?
        Sean : Great.
        McNeil : Uncle Frank?
        Sean : Had a head ache went to the hospital.
        McNeil : No. Cancer?
        Sean : Yeah.
        McNeil : Well I didn't know.
        Sean : He doesn't know either. They're not telling him. They're giving him two weeks.
        McNeil : I better send him a card.
        Sean : Fedex it.

      • Jan : She put her foot where?
        Ruben : In my crotch.
        Jan : Are you sure?
        Ruben : I think I know my crotch pretty well. And it wasn't my foot, my feet were on the floor along with my jaw.

      • Harrigan : I had this nun in school.
        Manetti : Had?
        Harrigan : Not that way you sick little puke.
        Manetti : I didn't want to assume.
        Harrigan : Sister Mary Edward. Oh she used to grab me by the scruff of the neck and shake me so hard I'd forget where I live. You know what was weird?
        Manetti : What.
        Harrigan : I liked it.
        Manetti : See.
        Harrigan : I looked forward to it. I used to think about it later when I was alone, if you know what I mean.
        Jan-Oh. My. God. You two are going to hell, I hope you enjoy it.
        Frank Harrigan : We will. I hear it's a dry heat.

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