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Ty Davis Jr.
Doc Parker (Episodes 1-103)
Jimmy Doherty (Episodes 1-101)
Officer (Now Detective) Faith Yokas
Kim Zambrano (Episodes 1-111)
Anthony Boscorelli (uncredited)
Goof: When Bosco is in the back seat of his father's cab, the meter starts at $1. Then in a close-up shot, it has increased and goes from $2.50 to $2.75. In the very next shot from the back seat, it is back to $1.
Faith: The police department thinks that Officer Boscorelli killed Allen Johnson, but he didn't do it, did he?
Mrs. Golden: What do you want?
Faith: This has gotten out of hand, Mrs. Golden.
Mrs. Golden: It was outta hand when he raped my little girl.
Faith: I know that, but it has got to stop somewhere.
Mrs. Golden: You could've helped her.
Faith: You'll never know how much I wish that I could have that moment back. I have a daughter, too. And I probably would've done the same thing. We have an eyewitness who saw you shoot him, and put the gun in your bag and walk away. It's still in there, isn't it? It's very important that you tell me what happened, because it may be the only chance I have at helping you.
Mrs. Golden: You're gonna help me?
Faith: I owe it to you. To both of you.
Mrs. Golden: … He came to the door, said he wanted to work out a deal. He would help me with a complaint against you. Said we could sue the city and make a fortune. All I had to do was drop the rape. He thought that I would let him get away with what I did to her for money, thought that, that was all I wanted. … He won't rape anyone else's daughter.
Faith (after Mrs. Golden writes and signs her confession): Alright, now you remember what I said?
Mrs. Golden: Yes, but I don't understand it.
Faith: You want an attorney and you won't answer any more questions.
Mrs. Golden: Alright.
Faith: Now, there are some things that I gotta go do, and then somebody's gonna come in here and talk to you.
Mrs. Golden: But I want an attorney.
Det. Hall: What's this?
Faith: I uh, cleared your murder for you.
Det. Hall: Allen Johnson?
Faith: Yeah, the rape victim's mother is your perp. That's a full written confession.
Det. Newcastle: Where's the gun?
Faith: It's already vouchered. You can tell Sergeant Christopher that he can back off Bosco now.
Det. Newcastle: Yeah, he can back off us, too.
Det. Hall: Wait a second. She told you where the gun was? Just gave it up to you?
Faith: Well, I asked her and she told me.
Det. Hall: You asked?
Faith: Yeah, that's how I got the confession. I asked her a bunch of questions and then, after a little while she answered.
Gusler: Yeah, she went right after her, it was amazing.
Det. Newcastle: Did you mirandize her?
Det. Hall: You did advise her of her rights?
Faith: Did I?
Gusler: Excuse me?
Det. Hall: Did Officer Yokas advise the suspect of her rights before questioning her? (Gusler looks between Det. Hall and Faith)
Faith (sighs): You might as well just tell the truth. I mean, you're on probation, you lie about something like this and it could be the end of your career before it even starts.
Gusler: Uh… Uh… actually, um, trust is… No, I don't think she mirandized her.
Det. Hall: You don't think she did?
Gusler: She didn't.
Faith: Look, she's right across the hall, maybe you can get it out of her again.
Det. Hall: We better, for your sake. Or this all goes out the window.
Faith (sighs): Oh, God. I hate the system.
Sgt. Christopher (about Bosco): He thinks he's gonna hide from this?
Faith: What are you talkin' about?
Sgt. Christopher: 'Administrative sick', he takes a sick day?
Faith: Well, maybe he's sick.
Sully: There's a bug goin' around.
Davis: I've been feelin' a little off myself.
Sgt. Christopher: Well, he isn't at home.
Faith: Well, maybe he's at the doctor's.
Sully: Getting a flu shot.
Davis: Once you have the bug, the shot's useless.
Faith: Yeah, and antibiotics don't really help much either.
Davis: Yeah, he's pretty much gonna have to ride it out.
Sully: Poor guy.
Sgt. Christopher: Yeah, this is all real cute. (to Faith) Listen, look at me. You tell him that I'm gonna suspend him pending this investigation and that he cannot hide from me forever, do you understand? (Faith just looks at him, and he leaves)
Faith: You guys had a homicide the other night, right?
Sully: Guy who got shot in his own car?
Faith: They think that Bosco did it.
Davis: Are they serious? (Faith nods)
Sully: I'm the first one to say he's an idiot, but … murder?
Faith: I need you guys to help me.
Sully: What do you want us to do?
Faith: It was Maize, right? She was your caller?
Sully: Yeah, but she was just walkin' by, I don't think she saw much, just the guy hangin' out of his car.
Faith: Look, if that girl anything, it's gonna make a big difference. I think we should find her and you know, finesse her a little bit.
Davis: Where's Bosco in all this? He getting a lawyer?
Faith: I haven't talked to him. He never came home last night. I don't even think he knows that they're lookin' for him.
Davis: Man, you think he's in the wind?
Faith: No, I don't think that he's in the wind. He just didn't come home last night.
Davis: He called in sick today.
Faith; Davis, I know Bosco, he didn't do this.
Sully: We'll see what we can do.
(at the Yokas' apartment in the middle of the night)
Detective Hall: Is Boscorelli here?
Faith: Well, what do you think he lives with us?
(after they insist that Faith come down to the house in the middle of the night)
Fred: Can they do that?
Faith: Yeah, they can do that.
Bosco (to Rose): There's a statement on the family: I wanna see you, something must be wrong.
Rose: Maurice, look at me. You are a good person.
Bosco: You really don't know me.
Fred (to Faith): There's more in your world than Maurice Boscorelli.
Davis (about them being roommates): I thought you wanted be alone with your space or whatever…
Carlos: I'm a man of the millennium, you know. I got no real hang up with a person's lifestyle choices.
Davis: Lifestyle choices? What are you talkin' about?
Carlos: I was being close minded.
Davis: About what? (starts changing)
Carlos: Will you uh, hold on with that? (turns around)
Davis: I need to get changed.
Carlos: You want in or not?
Davis: I don't know.
Carlos: Laundry facility's in the basement, two bathrooms…
Davis: What I don't even get to see it?
Carlos: I need to know, man. Right now. Trust me, it's nice.
Davis: It's less than half of what I'm paying right now for my studio.
Davis: Alright. (starts writing a check for Carlos)
Carlos: Alright. I just wanna make sure we're clear on some things. If you're gonna have company over let me know ahead of time and I'll make myself scarce, alright? And no sleepovers, it'd be too creepy tiptoeing around in the morning so me and your date don't run into each other over the coffee filters.
Davis: No, you're not gonna tell me who I can and cannot have in my own room, hell no.
Carlos: Door stays closes?
Davis: You'd think I'd want it open?
Carlos: Alright, deal.
Davis: You're an odd guy, man.
Carlos: Yeah, and you're the normal one. (walks out)
Sully: What the hell's that all about?
Davis: I'm renting an apartment with him.
Sully: I hear he doesn't have both oars in the water.
Davis: I don't even think he has a boat.
Carlos: I made this sweet deal on an apartment today.
Taylor: You found one that you could afford?
Carlos: I'm splitting it with Davis. (Taylor drops the grilled cheese sandwich she was carrying on the floor. Carlos laughs) Smooth move.
Taylor: You and Davis?
Carlos: Yeah, I talked to him about his uh… you know, all that sex and all, but I think it'll work out okay…. (Taylor is about to throw the sandwich she dropped on the floor out) Hey, hey, hey, hey. Ten-second rule.
Jimmy: Kim, I don't want this to get messy.
Kim: It is messy. You're trying to steal my son away from me. Until a judge says that you have sole custody, I want him home with me. That's what the current agreement says. You get him weekends, every other Christmas and four weeks in the summer, okay?
Jimmy: He's staying with me until this gets worked out.
Kim: He's my son.
Bosco: He's my son, too.
Bosco (to Mikey after he finds him doing coke in the bathroom): Another Hallmark moment?
Mikey (about Bosco wanting to see their dad): You know, you should just leave him alone Maurice. He's been through enough.
Bosco: He's been through enough?
Mikey: You know, let it go, I did.
Bosco: Yeah, you're all past it.
Daddy (after they interrupted him with one of his hookers): That was plain rude, though, man.
Sully: Well, you know, sometimes I forget my manners, Daddy.
Davis: We're lookin' for one of your ladies.
Daddy: Daddy, don't know where she is.
Davis: You don't even wanna know which one?
Sully: Maybe Daddy oughta think a little longer before he answers next time.
Daddy: You know ho's ain't be telling me everything, come on now.
Sully: Let me break it down for you, Francis. We need to talk to Maize ASAP, or you're gonna suffer a little economic down turn. First, we're gonna park that squad car, right over there, right in front of your girls, every night.
Davis: No more turning our heads.
Daddy: Nah, nah, she done told the police what she saw.
Davis: And we're gonna start roundin' 'em up.
Sully: That's gonna cut into his pocket.
Davis: 7 girls, missin' 10 hours of work a night, that's a lot of scratch.
Sully: Not to mention the bail he's gonna have to pay to get him back out onto the street.
Davis: You're gonna be auditioning girls in the back of a Honda before we're through, baby.
Daddy: Yo, I told that bitch she just shoulda kept on steppin', she gets all involved in a murder. All you wanna do is rap to her, that's it?
Sully: Yeah, we just wanna talk to her.
Yokas: We got an eyewitness.
Sully: Well, that should help.
Yokas: What does that mean?
Davis: Depends on what they saw.
Krystal: Am I arrested?
Davis: No, you're not.
Krystal: I've never been arrested before.
Sully: We can change that real quick, get your little career goin' in the proper direction. Street prostitution looks real great on a resume.
Bosco (to his dad): Long time, no see. … I saw Michael today, he was bent over the sink doin' a line. What do you think has him so messed up? What do you think he's tryin' to forget? You feel any responsibility for the screwed up people that you left behind? Huh? Or why Mom… Mom puts whiskey in her coffee now. You think that you might be responsible for that? Or how about me? I spend my whole life chasing bad guys I'm never gonna catch. I'm tryin' to make up for you hurting my mom, hurt my family. All those times that you couldn't get into the house to beat mom up, so you'd come to my window. … In my bedroom, you'd stand out on that little porch and tap on the window until I woke up. Sayin' that you just wanted to sit with me for a little while, sayin' that you loved me. So, I let 'ya in. I missed you, I-- I wanted you guys to stay together. … You'd push right passed me to get to her. You… You wouldn't even slow down. You hear that dad? Now I can't sleep with the window open, when I can sleep at all. Go figure, huh? (his dad stops the cab)
Bosco's Dad: That's five bucks.
Bosco (goes to get out of the cab): Oh, by the way, that whole World Trade Center thing, in case you were worried... I'm alive. Thanks for callin'.
Bosco: Hey. I got home and there were 10 messages on my machine. What? Christopher's lookin' for me?
Faith: I don't think so much anymore.
Bosco: What's goin' on?
Faith: I'm just gonna take Shaquana home.
Bosco: Why's she here?
Faith: Well, if you wait around for me, when I get back I'll tell you all about it.
Bosco: Alright. Hey, Shaquana! It wasn't you, alright? It was me. I couldn't let myself believe you, 'cause um… 'cause of my own messed up head. If I believe you then it meant that um…
Shaquana: That you were wrong?
Bosco: Yeah. More than that. It meant that I helped what happen to you, happen and I couldn't deal with that. I'm not asking you for forgiveness, I just want to say, that uh… uh… I'm sorry. For what happened to you. … Truly sorry. (Shaquana slaps him)
Shaquana: Can we go now?
Faith: Absolutely. (to Bosco) So I'll see you when I get back?
Bosco: Why not.
Faith: That'll be good. (Bosco rubs his face) That's gonna leave a mark.
Bosco: … (to himself) Doesn't everything?
Music: Nickelback did "How You Remind Me".
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