(As Goren walks into the interrogation room.)
Tommy Burris: (scornfully chuckles) Hey. So you're it, huh? Rolled out the big gun.
(While reviewing his childhood.)
Tommy Burris: It's history. I mean, who cares?
Robert Goren: You should care. It's made you who you are.
(After reviewing with the DA possible charges against the suspect.)
Danny Ross: Don't tell me that son of a bitch is gonna walk!
(Nantucket deputies bring the suspect up from the marsh.)
Robert Goren: Thomas Burris.
Tommy Burris: You've got the wrong guy, that's not my name.
Alex Eames: Your fingerprints will prove you wrong.
Tommy Burris: That's all you'll prove.
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic May 27, 2010 on TV Nova
Tommy Burris: Anthony was a failure. (volume rising) He was tyranny of the weak, but I didn't kill him!
Since Oscar Wilde was referring to women, this metaphor is slightly off, but Burris is referencing a line from act three of Wilde's play, A Woman of No Importance: "The worst form of tyranny the world has ever known the tyranny of the weak over the strong. It is the only tyranny that lasts."