Third Watch

Season 6 Episode 19

Welcome Home

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 15, 2005 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • to Santiago}
      Cruz: Ask me again, okay, I'm gonna pour this in your lap!

    • Cruz: CI said the drop was gonna happen anytime between 12 and 5.
      Santiago: Oh, man, that's like an appointment with the cable company.

    • Levine: The further from the rat race, the more relaxing the weekend will be.
      Carlos: Relaxing? My ass is already killing me from the drive.

    • {about a cow}
      Carlos: Okay, what about him?
      Levine: She's outstanding in her field.

    • {Santiago is tapping on the window}
      Levine: That noise, Manny, is so not working for me.

    • Levine: If I had said "hey, let's drive ten hours into the sticks so you can meet my parents" you would've had a complete meltdown.
      Carlos: No I wouldn't.

    • Levine: You're having one now.
      Carlos: It's because you kidnapped me.

    • Levine: You're allegedly not a kid.
      Carlos: Well, it's person-napping. I'm being taken somewhere against my will. I'm definitely being some kind of napped.

    • {to Cruz}
      Santiago: First time in a Botanica? What kind of Latina are you?

    • Santiago: There's a patron saint for everything.
      Cruz: What about, uh, Santa Claus, huh? Is he the patron saint of toys?

    • Cruz: Don't tell me you're one of those guys that has to light a candle every time something goes wrong.
      Santiago: Not every time.
      Cruz: Yeah, well that's how my sister was…look how she ended up.

    • Santiago: Santeria's an interesting religion.
      Cruz: Religion? More like hocus-pocus.

    • Cruz: I don't believe in this stuff.
      Santiago: What do you believe in?
      Cruz: Me.

    • Levine: They live in a rural area.
      Carlos: How rural?
      Levine: Very.

    • Carlos: Oh, tell me they have indoor plumbing.
      Levine: Where's your sense of adventure?
      Carlos: They don't have indoor plumbing?

    • Chuck: Charles Benjamin. Call me "Chuck."
      Carlos: Carlos Nieto…You can--- you can call me Carlos.

    • Yokas: Hey, Larry.
      Larry: Yokas. What are you, lost?
      Yokas: No, I was uh... I was in the neighborhood.
      Larry: Doin' what? You need a passport to get here from the 5-5.
      Yokas: And shots.

    • {to Yokas}
      Larry: You looking to trick-bag your ex-partner over an accidental shooting of some IAB rat bitch?

    • Larry: Bosco's right, you sure as hell aren't the same Faith Yokas you used to be.

    • Carlos: Actually, I'm--- I'm Hawaiian.
      Chuck: A Hawaiian named Carlos?

    • Marleen: I didn't say anything was wrong with looking Spanish. Holly's fist husband was a Jew.

    • Carlos: We're more like, uh, casually serious.
      Chuck: Oh, I see. You're just "casually" sleeping with my daughter.
      Carlos: Oh, no, that part's serious.

    • Carlos: You know that cows are outstanding in their fields?
      Chuck: Yeah, that's a good one.
      Marleen: Oh, was that a joke?

    • Finney: Do you need us to come with you?
      Santiago: Hey guys, uh, why don't you wipe some more of that brown stuff off your nose?

    • Cruz: Maybe Jamie Castro has the Santa Claus candle.
      Santiago: And you still got the damn jokes.

    • Davis: You know, I've been trying to catch up with you. Just, uh…
      Bosco: Listen, that woman went for her gun, all right? They struggled--- she pushed Monroe in the line of fire. That's it, all right? There's nothing I could do.
      Davis: No. I was just gonna say you don't have to avoid me. You know, I know what kind of cop you are. You say it wasn't your fault, I believe you. I trust you.

    • Chuck: Would somebody please tell me how I ended up with a daughter who was raised in Virginia, moved to New York, and became a Californian.

    • {Chuck wants to take Carlos hunting}
      Carlos: I'd love to go. It sounds like fun.
      Levine: It's not fun for the deer.

    • Chuck: We'll throw 'em a little party before we shoot 'em.
      Levine: {to Carlos} How about celibacy? Does that sound like fun?

    • {to Cruz}
      Jamie: You don't have to believe it, but at least respect it.

    • Monroe: Wish you would've brought me a Big Mac. Supersized.
      Davis: Come on now, you got your mashed potatoes. They look…edible. And you're uh, ham, or steak--- what the hell is that?
      Monroe: It's supposed to be chicken and rice.

    • Davis: I'm sorry. I'm sorry for the way that I treated you and, uh all the terrible things that I said to you. I just…
      Monroe: Why?
      Davis: Why what?
      Monroe: Why now?

    • Davis: I…
      Monroe: Because you come and visit me everyday and you bring me a plant? Because I'm the same person that you didn't want to have anything to do with last week. And I just want to know what the difference is. Because I was pregnant with your child and now you feel sorry for me?
      Davis: No.

    • Monroe: Why? Because I got shot?
      Davis: No.

    • Monroe: Then why, Ty? What's the difference now?
      Davis: Me. Ever since we broke up no matter how hard I tried I couldn't convince myself that I didn't care about you anymore. Couldn't do it. And I couldn't figure out why. And then I heard you got shot and uh…right at that moment, I mean, before I even heard about the baby, right at that moment, I realized that I love you. I do. I love you. And I never told you that.

    • Jamie: Sergeant, don't be afraid to ask for it.
      Cruz: Hmm?
      Jamie: Help.

    • Santiago: Look, Sarge, I don't want to front or anything but th-th-this whole setup is creeping me out.
      Cruz: Well, don't get too creeped out, because we're gonna sit here and we're gonna wait.

    • Marlene: …her husband has a great job. He works for the government.
      Levine: He's a mailman.
      Marlene: That's the government.

    • Levine: A real doctor as opposed to paramedic?
      Marlene: Holly's so sensitive about her underachieving.

    • {about Carlos being a paramedic}
      Marlene: You know, it's a noble profession.
      Levine: When I do it I'm underachieving, but when he does it it's noble?

    • Marlene: Honey, he's a minority.
      Levine: He's Hawaiian.
      Marlene: How many Hawaiians did you have in your graduating class? That's a minority.

    • Cruz: She looks so empty.
      Santiago: What?
      Cruz: Dead people. They always look like they're missing something.
      Santiago: They are. Their soul.

    • Cruz: Do you ever think of dying?
      Santiago: No.
      Cruz: Are you afraid?
      Santiago: All I know for sure is I don't want to. I'll fight to stay alive. But if I needed some kind of operation or something, I'd take the risk.

    • Cruz: Well, what if the treatment was gonna make you sicker than you already were and then even then there was no guarantee that it was gonna really work?
      Santiago: There's no guarantee you're going to live through a shift on the job. But you keep coming back.

    • Yokas: This isn't about you anymore. You either go to Swersky or I will.
      Bosco: Do what you gotta do! Now get the hell out of my way.

    • Marlene: He's just trying to get under your skin.
      Carlos: Why?
      Marlene: We live out here in the country. What else do we have to do?

    • Cruz: I went to tell you that we caught Ernesto and to see how you were feeling.
      Jamie: That's thoughtful…
      Cruz: Goodnight.
      Jamie:…but what is it that you really want?

    • Cruz: Being a cop you realize pretty early on that lighting a candle isn't gonna make a junkie not rob and kill an old man or a little girl not be raped by her father.
      Jamie: Lighting a candle is only supposed to ask the spirit for someone like you to come along and help.

    • Cruz: Spirits didn't make me become a cop. I grew up in a neighborhood where I was constantly seeing women being victims and I didn't want to be like that. I didn't want to be a victim.
      Jamie: Do you think any of these victims ever lit a candle, ever prayed for someone like you to come and save them? Everyone has to have something to believe in.

    • Cruz: I believe in me.
      Jamie: Well, you don't have to be alone, Sergeant.

    • Levine: Would you stop being nice!
      Carlos: I'm not that nice.

    • Carlos: I didn't grow up in a family. I thought it was interesting.
      Levine: Interesting?
      Carlos: I've only seen that kind of dysfunction in the movies.

    • Levine: I told them that I had this perfect life in New York. That I had a nice apartment, and a great job and an amazing boyfriend and somehow I walk away from the whole situation feeling like it's not true.
      Carlos: You said I was amazing?

    • Levine: My mother…
      Carlos: What?
      Levine: She asked me how bad the situation was in New York that I would actually consider you amazing.
      Carlos: Well, I gotta say, that's…that's a good question.

    • Levine: I wouldn't blame you if you wanted to run away from me now.
      Carlos: Are you kidding? You taught me something today that no one ever has.
      Levine: I did?
      Carlos: You made me appreciate being an orphan.

    • Jamie: Do you have family? Someone to come home to?
      Cruz: No, but that's because I work a lot.
      Jamie: No. That's why you work a lot.

    • {to Cruz}
      Jamie: I don't think you came back tonight to tell me Ernesto got arrested. I think you came back because you're afraid.

    • Jamie: Santeria can't fight Lukemia. That's going to take doctors and medicine. But for what's in here {points to heart}, well, we can help. And for what's up there {points to head}, definitely. Can't heal the body if the spirit's broken.
      Cruz: And you're gonna help me?
      Jamie: Come with me.

    • Yokas: Hey Lieu… Can I talk to you for a minute?
      Swersky: Sure, Faith. What can I do for you?
      Yokas: It's about Bosco…

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