Trivia: We learn about Trunk's grandfather Clavell, also a police captain.
Doreau: Hammer, there's a report of gunfire in an apartment building a couple of blocks from here.
Hammer: Who needs coffee? That'll get me revved up!
Hammer: So tell me, didn't you used to get your suspects to confess by tying them to the back of a Model A and dragging them around the police department lot?
Yates: Yeah, I did that.
Hammer: And once, didn't you stop a train robbery by just blowing up the whole train?
Yates: Oh, I did that a couple of times.
Hammer: I respect you so much. I've blown things up too. You ever got put on suspension?
Yates: I created suspension.
Hammer: I'm always on suspension. You ever talk to your gun?
Yates: What do you, think I'm some kind of freak?
Yates: You know, they say I can't remember.
Doreau: How old are you
Yates: I can't remember.
Trunk: You know, Mr. Yates, you served under my grandfather.
Yates: Who's that?
Trunk: Clavell Trunk.
Trunk: Yeah. Had to live with that name all of his life.
Yates: Yeah. Yeah, I remember him. He was a good cop. Used to yell a lot.
Hammer: Must be hereditary.
Yates: Security guard? That job's a graveyard for old cops.
Hammer: Well, it pays eight bucks an hour.
Yates: I just died.
Hammer: Damn! They never have my favorite song on that jukebox.
Doreau: What's that?
Doreau: You know, Hammer, looking out for Mr. Yates really showed me that you're not all hostility and vengeance. Mostly. But not all.
Hammer: That was reckless, it was careless, it was totally irresponsible. And I loved it.
Hammer: Oh man am I tired. I stayed up all night watching a comedy on the late movie.
Doreau: Oh yeah? What was it?
Hammer: The Deer Hunter.