Ty Davis Jr.
Doc Parker (Episodes 1-103)
Bobby Caffey (Episodes 1-38)
Jimmy Doherty (Episodes 1-101)
Officer (Now Detective) Faith Yokas
Kim Zambrano (Episodes 1-111)
Conrad "Candyman" Jones
Sully: We're bound to win the cup this year with you playing. Fire's won it three years in a row and I'm sick of their crowin'.
Davis: I'm tellin' you, I'm not that good.
Sully: I've seen you play.
Sully: When your dad was coachin'.
Davis: I was 12.
Sully: Raw talent doesn't go away.
Faith: Where we goin'?
Bosco: Nicole set some clothes aside for me.
Faith: What is she dressin' you now?
Bosco: Hey, they're freebies.
Faith: You better watch it, Bosco. Charm school will be next. (laughs)
Bosco: Yep, those boys in blue are gonna bring the Camelot cup back where it belongs tonight.
Faith: I wouldn't be too cocky, Bos. The fireman beat us last year, 60-45.
Sully: Yeah, but that was before our secret weapon, 6 foot 4, Tyrone Davis!
Davis: Oh, no, I'm not that good.
Bosco: Yeah elbows are gonna be flyin' tonight with Davis at center and me at point guard. We're gonna kick some bucket boy ass!
Yokas: Come on Fred. I gotta use the bathroom.
Fred: I'd give it a few minutes if I were you.
Yokas: You know, you could at least open a window.
Davis: Hey, glad you're doin' alright, man.
Candy: Better than alright, junior. I got titanium pins, and silastic graft, I'm bionic, baby.
Bosco: You got somethin' in your hair.
Faith: Oh, damn! Damn it! It's puke! (Bosco laughs) Charlie threw up this morning and then I cleaned it up, no help from Fred, and I take a shower and I'm halfway out the door--- surprise. Vesuvius erupts again. Eww.
Bosco: God, I can't wait to have kids.
Faith: Oh my God. I can't believe my life has come to this. I cannot believe I can walk around half the day and nobody even notices that I have puke in my hair.
(about the guy stuck in the machine)
Jimmy: He doesn't want to lose his leg.
Kim: Nobody wants to lose their legs.
Jimmy: It's his choice, you heard what he said.
Bobby: Jimmy, he'll die!
Jimmy: Maybe he'd prefer that.
(At Nicole's clothing shop, Nicole is trying to give Faith clothes)
Bosco: Faith, live a little.
Faith: I'm living fine, Bos.
Carlos: What's the problem partner?
Chet: I tied one on last night and I got a headache I can't shake.
Carlos: Well, there's a screwdriver in your head.
Chet: Yes sir, I noticed that.
Doc (about Chet): There's a Darwin award candidate.
Carlos: A what?
Doc: Well, Darwinism in action-- God's way of thinning the herd.
Carlos: Oh, right. Yeah, he's got my vote.
Yokas: So, you have a family?
Charlie: Uh, divorced.
Charlie: You wouldn't be if you met my ex-wife.
Charlie: Never hugged anyone in a bulletproof vest before.
Yokas: It's your loss.
Bosco (after Charlie and Faith bump into each other): Hey you should wear that vest, but you should bring the cuffs.
Faith: What are you talkin' about?
Bosco: Oh, he wanted to do some catchin' up, alright.
Faith: Bosco, not everything is about sex.
Bosco: You've been married so long you don't even know when somebody's coming on to you.
Bosco: There was this sergeant, Stevens, remember him Sully?
Sully: Kenny Stevens, yeah.
Bosco: Guy used to write up everybody for nothing--- no hat, taking a nap. Well, he was out there by himself one night getting the holy hell beat out of him. Put out a 10-13, nobody heard it. Know what he said when he got out of the hospital? "Point taken."
Davis: So, what? You threatening me?
Bosco: No, Davis. I'm educating you.
Davis: You think that pimp's gonna be safe in lockup over night?
Sully: Would you stop? It was a $200 beef. The sock filled with pennies only comes out for a grand or more.
Davis: Ah, so, you think it's funny. What about that cop who worked over at the 96?
Sully: Doesn't Candy deserve the same rights as any skel on the street?
Davis: If it was two perps, we would've checked the pockets, probable cause, end of story.
Sully: But it wasn't two perps. It was a pimp with a rap sheet a mile long, and a cop with 23 years on the job.
Davis: So what? Doesn't mean that I'm lookin' away again the next time he commits a crime right in front of my face.
Candy: So word has it you're gonna support this pimp with IAB.
Davis: Well, I'm not gonna say I saw somethin', 'cause I didn't. But if they ask, I'm gonna say that no one did anything about his accusation.
Candy: So what do you wanna do? A cavity search?
Davis: Did you take the money?
Candy: Even if I said 'no', you wouldn't believe me. Now, you don't see pimps or dealers like Red working the street when I'm on my beat. You know why?
Davis: Yeah. They're afraid of getting rolled.
Candy: If I arrest them, they're back on the corner before I finish my paper work. So I give them a beating and a shaking and whatever falls out is mine. It almost evens out the fact that I net 32.5 a year, I drive a ten year old ford and I have two kids in a one bedroom apartment.
Davis: So is that the little story that you tell yourself to justify being a theif?
Candy: How far are you going to go to prove that you are not your father's son?
Davis: This has nothing to do with my dad. Did you take that pimps money or not?
Candy: When, huh? The bastard was wrestling me! It's none of your damn business, kid.
Davis: I don't see things that way.
Candy: Talk to me in a few years.
Davis: I'm never gonna be like you, Candy.
Candy: Give it time, junior. Give it time!
Doc: People don't wake up in the morning and say "this is the day I'm gonna die" and then a bullet finds them or an aneurysm blows or they get hit by a bus and they're gone!
Morlas: Babe, you can't worry about that your whole life.
Faith (on the phone with Fred): Yes, I'll take my shoes off. Okay, bye. (hangs up, to Bosco) I clomp too loudly for Fred.
Bosco (throwing wads of paper into the trash can, he keeps making it): I am so hot tonight. I'm even amazing myself.
Davis: Can I ask you somethin'?
Davis: I shoot somebody, and everybody says it's okay, and I'm justified. But I feel like crap, you know? Now, I'm tryin' to get this bad cop off the street and some how I'm wrong.
Faith: I say know your job, do your job. I see things I don't like, sure. But I'm not riskin' my kids future over it.
Davis: And what about the law?
Faith: There's a long way between the supreme court and the street. You start mixing in human nature and things get muddy.
Bosco: Did you bring your money to put where your mouth is?
Jimmy: What I brought is my game, little fella.
Candy (blocks a shot playin' bball): I may be fat and slow, but Candyman got game, baby.
Bobby: Whoa, whoa, what are you doin' here?
Kim: I came to play, what do you think?
Bobby: I didn't know that you could play.
Kim: You never asked.
Bosco: Kim's, FDNY, if she wants to play, she should play
Bobby: Hey, relax Stuart Little. Since when are you such a suffragette? You don't have any girls on your team.
Bosco: Hey, man, it's not my fault none of them showed up.
Bosco: If this had happened to me in high school, I'd be a better man.
Nicole: If you were a better man, I'd need to be twins.
Faith (watching a couple cross the street): Look at that. God, they're so in love, they can't even get across the street without kissin'.
Bosco: Yeah, they're probably married to other people and don't have a room. (Faith glares at him) What? Marriage is the death of sex.
Faith: And you would know that because?
Bosco: Hey, that's what you tell me.
Faith: Bos, Fred and I are very comfortable with each other. We love our kids, we're okay finacially... Everybody's healthy. I don't know, maybe I'm just being selfish wantin' romance, too.
Bosco: Hey, you want romance? Meet that guy from high school at the Chase tonight.
Faith: Bos, what do you know about romance? I mean, your idea of foreplay is like finding a dark place to park.
Bosco: I know without mystery and romance the soul withers and the heart turns to stone.
Faith: What, are you quoting Shakespeare now?
Bosco: Penthouse. But it's true. It's what keeps the blood pumpin'.
Music Featured In This Episode:
Falling Forward - Julia Fordham
Baby's Got a New Revelation - The Exies
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