At the info about the NOLA relocation the dream made sense.
$10thou/fight fine?! The libertarian in me bristles at this since I think people should be free to hurt themselves if they want, though I do understand the logic behind making fight clubs illegal.
Elena (on how she got somebody to help her out): "What can I say? He loved my accent and my voice."
Danny: "I love your voice and your accent."
Hi, I could do without additional intra-office romances, thanks.
shovel... oh God... I mean, what else could he have done? but that's so awful on so many levels (mostly I feel really bad for the dad who killed him)
Sherise: "We just kept waiting. All those days."
Sherise: "I'm sure you've seen horrible things."
Sam: "It's not the same."
Sam: "Okay, how does a 16-year-old become a regular at a bar?"
Jesse: "There's nothing you two guys can do to make my life any worse than it already is. I got nothin' left."
pinned under a board: left to die in abandoned house
Jack (after fall down stairs): "I'm too old for this crap."
Why doesn't he call up then?
Jack: "I'm gonna try to move this."
me: "If that's a structural support...."
6 years ago, back when Jack was first in this job, he worked 20hrs/day for 3 months on a case -- "I think about her [the missing girl] from time to time; I think about her mother every day."
This feels like an overkill statement.
I really like the song playing at the end here.
Sam: "Are you okay?"
Jack: "No. There's no excuse for what they let happen down there. It's unbelievable."