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Detective Danny Messer (Character)
from "CSI: NY" (2004)
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- "CSI: NY"
- Today Is Life (2013) TV episode, Played by Carmine Giovinazzo (as Danny Messer)
- Blood Actually (2013) TV episode, Played by Carmine Giovinazzo (as Danny Messer)
- Seth and Apep (2013) TV episode, Played by Carmine Giovinazzo (as Danny Messer)
- White Gold (2013) TV episode, Played by Carmine Giovinazzo (as Danny Messer)
- Nine Thirteen (2013) TV episode, Played by Carmine Giovinazzo (as Danny Messer)
- "CSI: Miami"
... aka "CSI: Weekends" - USA (promotional title)
- MIA/NYC Nonstop (2004) TV episode, Played by Carmine Giovinazzo (as Danny Messer)
Officer Lauren Cooper: Here's the evidence voucher and the joint I confiscated. I need your signature, and we're good to go.
Danny Messer: Two hours later, huh?
Officer Lauren Cooper: Do something wrong, Sarge?
Danny Messer: I don't know, you tell me.
Officer Lauren Cooper: No, 'cause I'm pretty sure that issuing a summons to some guy smoking dope in the park is exactly what a cop is supposed to do.
Danny Messer: You want to tell that to the units that are forced to cover our sector while we're single-handedly taking down drug cartels, half a roach at a time?
Officer Lauren Cooper: So, what, next time I just pretend like I didn't see it?
Danny Messer: No, next time you stop and you think. And you use your training and discretion to determine what's the best use of your time and that of your supervising officer. This uniform you're wearing makes you accountable for your actions. And mine makes me responsible for fifteen officers, and when they mess the bed, that's my problem. Because of your decision, we're sitting here paper-jockeying vouchers instead of being out there on our shift where the real criminals are. That means overtime, and that I might not see my kid and my wife tonight.
Officer Lauren Cooper: I didn't consider all that.
Danny Messer: Next time you will.
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