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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)
Goof: When Bosco pulls up to the drug dealer, the camera crew is visible in the driver's side window.
Before Carlos fell off the ladder, we see Jimmy giving a tour of the fire house to a bunch of kids, which, one of the kids ask if they could go down the fire pole, and Jimmy replys "no, cause its dangerous" and goes on to tell them that they could get hurt badly going down the pole. Only a few minutes later Carlos falls down the pole and the focus changes (racking the focus) and it shows Jimmy showing the kids the Jaws of Life and everyone just starts staring at Carlos.
Bosco: What is wrong with you, man?!
Faith: Bosco, Bosco, calm down.
Mikey: Okay, look, man, some guy just wanted me to run something over here for him. (Charlie laughs) You better shut up, Charlie. You just wait.
Bosco: Wait for what? What are you gonna beef him to somebody? Maybe have him whacked for rollin' over.
Mikey: Whacked? Come on, Mo. This is me, your brother.
Bosco: You're running dope, Michael! In my precinct, Michael!
Mikey: Look, first of all I didn't know this is your precinct. And secondly, I'm not running dope, I told you some guy just wanted me to drop something off for him.
Bosco: What guy? What guy wanted you to drop something off?
Mikey: Come on, man. Don't make me do that.
Bosco: Alright, so someone can ask you to-to drop off drugs and that's cool? But I can't ask you who, huh?
Mikey: Look, you know that could really jam me up.
Bosco: You want jamming?
Bosco: Do you want jamming up? You're under arrest. Turn around.
Bosco: Turn around. Turn around now, Michael or I'll make you turn around. (Mikey sighs) I'm really good at it, I'm not gonna ask you again.
Faith (about arresting Mikey): What are you gonna tell your mother?
Bosco: I don't know. Maybe I'll tell her that it's time that we stopped pretending that he isn't a piece of trash.
Faith: Well, there are better ways.
Bosco: Yeah? Well, that's the way it presented itself today.
Davis: Alright, we'll meet you at Mercy.
Sully: Yeah, why? We got all the information we need.
Davis: Why not? The guy's a drunk, he was already actin' nasty in there.
Sully: Davis, he wasn't that bad.
Davis: Well, it could get worse, right?
Taylor: And we're just a couple of girls, right?
Davis: I didn't say that.
Taylor: You didn't have to. We're fine. This is our job. But thank you. (they leave, Sully is staring at Ty)
Davis: What? … What?
Sully: Are you sweet on her?
Davis: Shut up, man.
Sully: That is the first paramedic that I've ever seen you wanna follow around.
Davis: I don't wanna follow her around, Sully, I was just tryin' to…
Sully: … Tryin' to?
Davis: Shut up.
Carlos (after falling down the fire pole, voiceover): I thought I was dead. And that my own personal hell consisted of evil little midgets with sticky fingers, missing teeth, and pigtails. Children.
Tatiana (about milk): Number one fat.
Sully: Oh, no, number two fat.
Tatiana: Number one fat! Come on, hurry up take a shower. You're gonna be that late bird that don't get worms.
Proctor: Who's the joke on? Me or Nieto?
Dr. Thomas: You want sutures or staples?
Carlos: What hurts less?
Dr. Thomas: You have pain any where else?
Carlos: Aren't you listening to me? I don't even have pain there!
Taylor: Doc-- just so you know, this is always his cheery disposition, it's not just the injury talking.
Doc: Either of you know what the hell he was doing on that pole?
Taylor: No, but I wish I had some photos.
Kim: Walsh said he heard him screaming for someone to call 9-1-1.
Taylor: You're kidding.
Doc: It's not funny, guys.
Taylor: Oh, come on, Doc, it is too funny.
Kim (imitating Carlos): 'Call 9-1-1'! (Taylor and Kim laugh)
Taylor: Well, looks like I got the rest of the day off.
Kim: Well, that's the first time I considered you lucky for working with Carlos.
Faith: Are you losin' weight?
Sully: Yeah, I guess, a little.
Faith: I can definitely tell. Definitely.
Sully: Yeah? Actually, I feel a lot better, too. You know, I have to think about getting some new clothes, too. Smaller clothes.
Faith: What, are you dieting?
Sully: Well, it's the Tatiana effect. She's feeding me better food, vegetables, fish, chicken. And we take these power walks, sometimes twice a day.
Bosco: Can you believe this, Davis? Before you ladies turn the discussion to deal-a-meals and thigh masters, do you mind letting me go to work?
Faith: You keep it up, Sully.
Sully: Yeah, I will, thanks Faith.
Davis: Uh huh.
Davis: Takin' power walks, huh?
Sully: Davis. In the car.
Davis: Now that you mention it, your ass is looking a tighter.
Davis: More toned, a little firmer.
Sully: In the car!
Dr. Thomas (about Carlos): Where'd he fall off again?
Doc: The fire pole. Two floors of it.
Dr. Thomas: Does that happen a lot?
Doc: No, he's…kind of special that way.
Jerry: You know what? I was wrong, you did change. You got really, really old.
Doc: Hey, if I'm old, you're old.
Davis: So you guys are working together now?
Kim: Long story.
Taylor: But a really funny one. So, your roommate's not coming home tonight.
Davis: He's not?
Kim: Roommate? You live with Carlos? (Davis laughs) Carlos Nieto?
Davis: That's pretty much the universal reaction right there. (Kim laughs)
Taylor: Yeah, it looks like he's spending the night at Mercy.
Davis: He's in the hospital?
Kim: He fell at the firehouse. He got a pretty good concussion.
Davis: Concussion? When do we get to the funny part?
Taylor: Well, he fell trying to slide down the fire pole.
Davis (chuckles): Oh, right, that's kind of funny.
Sully: Dan here, cut his arm open on a piece of broken beer bottle.
Dan: I can't believe I let one break. I must be getting old.
Sully: I hate it when the great ones start to fall apart. Cal 'The Iron Man' Ripken, now Dan the Drunk.
Dan: You two are fine.
Kim: Dan, let me take a look at your arm.
Dan: Ah, ah. Let's make a deal. How about, I show you mine if you show me yours.
Davis: Hey, watch your mouth. What's the matter with you?
Dan: I'm just tryin' to have a little fun over here.
Taylor: We can handle this. How about this for a deal? If you don't show us that cut, then we go back to the ambulance and we'll let you sit here and bleed to death. Does that sound good to you?
Kim: Yeah, let's go.
Dan: Whoa, I like sass.
Taylor: Now there's a word no one's heard since Eisenhower.
(Bosco is sitting on top of a garbage can, watching a drug dealer, waiting for him to make a deal)
Faith: What is your jones for this guy?
Bosco: I jacked him up four times since you were gone. I could never find his stash.
Faith: Yeah, well, no one seems interested in his wares today.
Bosco: Can you just give it some time?
Faith: Time? You've been up there forever. Don't you ever have to pee?
Bosco: Shh! (Faith rolls her eyes, Bosco sees the guy make a deal and finds out where his drugs are)
Faith: I wouldn't want you looking for me for anything. Ever.
Faith (to Charlie after finding his drugs in the gas tank of his car): Ooh, how many miles you get on a gallon of that stuff?
Bosco: I'd say what? Five to ten?
Charlie: Yo, I swear that car wasn't mine.
Faith: He swears.
Charlie: You can't just say that that stuff belongs to me. It-it was nothing in my possession.
Bosco: Wait until my partner here gets finished with the report. You'll be so guilty even you won't like yourself.
Faith: Oh, that's sweet.
Bosco: Well, you're the best at it.
Faith: Isn't he a smooth talker?
Charlie: You're gonna lie?
Faith: Lie? Lie? Now that is a very offensive characterization.
Bosco: You are screwed here, man. Dealing drugs within a block of a grammar school? Completely screwed. Unless uh…
Charlie: Unless, uh….?
Bosco: Well, I mean, you getting popped probably hasn't made it all over the street yet.
Charlie: Oh, no, no way.
Bosco: Alright, forget about it, then. We got enough on you to put you away for a long time. I'm satisfied. Are you satisfied?
Faith: I'm all tingly with satisfaction.
Yokas: Is he prompt?
Charlie: Well, we are drug dealers, ma'am.
Charlie (about his drug connection): There he is.
Faith: That's a pretty crappy car.
Bosco: I'll tell him you said so. You know, This turned out to be a really good day.
Faith: Yeah, you shouldn't say something like that 'til it's over.
Davis (about working with Kim): Maybe you can hook up with her instead of Carlos.
Taylor: Yeah, that would be good. I didn't mind having a little girl talk.
Davis: Girl talk? I thought you didn't like the 'G' word.
Taylor: 'Girl?' I don't mind being called a girl. I just don't like when assumptions are made because I am one.
Davis: Oh, I made assumptions?
Taylor: Yes, you thought I needed to be protected and I don't need to be protected.
Davis: Come on, Alex, that guy was talking about showing you his stuff. What was I supposed to do?
Taylor: Listen, I think it's very sweet that you're worried about me. But I gotta be out there without you. So, what, you don't want me to be defenseless, do you?
Davis: Sort of, yeah. (they both laugh)
Taylor: Alright, well, the next time there's a chance for me to call you to the rescue, I will.
Davis: You promise?
Taylor: I promise.
Davis: So, I'll see you tonight?
Taylor: What are you kidding? Carlos is out of the house-- We're gonna tear the place up.
Davis: Yeah, see, I'm supposed to be the man when it comes to that, right?
Taylor: Mm-hmm. And I always let you think you are. (slaps Ty's ass)
Davis (smiles): You better watch it.
Taylor: Not a bad day, huh?
Kim: Yeah, it seemed kind of smooth, didn't it? Kind of right.
Taylor: Yeah, kind of right.
Kim: Yeah. Except for the lifting of that big guy part.
Taylor: Oh, lifting definitely sucked.
Kim (laughs): Yeah. … So, are you seeing Davis?
Kim: Oh, I don't know. I just kinda got a vibe off the two of you.
Taylor: You know, I've worked with Carlos, he lives with Ty and he never had a clue.
Kim: So you are?
Taylor: Well, I don't know exactly what you'd call it but it's definitely more than friends.
Kim: You go, girl. He's hot.
Taylor: Yeah, he is, isn't he?
Kim: Yeah, he is definitely hot.
Carlos (voiceover): And there it is. If I hadn't fallen off the fire pole. If I hadn't gotten a concussion. If I didn't have a roommate who never shut-up. If I hadn't gone down the hall to ask some kid in a walker about Jerry Mankowitz, I would not have been standing there 30 seconds after Tammy Sizemore found out her fiancée was sleeping with her best friend. And I never would have had life changing sex in room 503 of Our Lady of Mercy Hospital that night. Life. You really never see it coming.
Fred (Chris Bauer) does not appear in this episode
Music: John Hiatt did "Little Head".
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