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Kay Howard (Character)
from "Homicide: Life on the Street" (1993)

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"Homicide: Life on the Street: The Last of the Watermen (#3.7)" (1994)
Josh Howard: He's my friend.
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: I know, but that doesn't make what he did right.

Chick: There's no ballet in Baltimore.
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Really? Well then we'll have to do something else.

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: [an old lady has her tongue cut out] How could someone do that to an old lady? To anyone?

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: I didn't leave you, I left this town.

Chick: [angry] Is this what you learned in Baltimore? Not to trust the people you love?
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: ...What I learned in Baltimore is that people get murdered for all kinds of reasons, but a dead body is still stone-cold.

Wesley Howard: I love you Kay, and I'm proud of you... proud of what you do.
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Thank you.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: Nearer My God to Thee (#3.1)" (1994)
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: [on the phone with Beau's wife] I swear on my life, my father's, my aunt's, my grandmother's, Beau is not here.

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: [Beau's wife keeps calling Kay to speak to Beau] She didn't marry me, she's not calling to speak to me. Just talk to her, tell her that you're not going to kill yourself, that you miss her, because if she keeps calling me, I *am* going to kill myself.

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: [hanging up the telephone] Beau, you better take this...
Beau Felton: Who is it, Kay?
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: ...It's your son.
Beau Felton: [surprised] What's he doing up this late?
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: He's crying, he misses you.
[Stares at Felton with sympathy]

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: [to Russert] Yes, Sir... uh, Ma'am! Sorry!
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: ... Bitch.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: A Many Splendored Thing (#2.4)" (1994)
Kay Howard: Are you gonna dance?
Stanley 'The Big Man' Bolander: Everything up to the 'Woolly Bully'!
Kay Howard: Now THAT I would pay to see.

ASA Ed Danvers: [disappointed] C'mon Kay, I'll take you home.
Kay Howard: No, I... I need to be alone tonight, okay?
[walks away]
ASA Ed Danvers: [leans over, whispers harshly] Thanks a lot, Munch.
Stanley 'The Big Man' Bolander: We'd better go...
[to munch:]
Stanley 'The Big Man' Bolander: I'll deal with you in the morning, and DON'T look forward to it!
Linda: [Linda glances at Munch, who looks forlorn and dejected] C'mon Stan, we can't just leave him...
[Stan sighs in exasperation]

Kay Howard: [upon hearing Munch's monologue about love] Life is SO depressing...

"Homicide: Life on the Street: Sniper: Part 2 (#4.9)" (1996)
Det. John Munch: I'm not worried about the sniper getting me. One bullet in my noggin, that's it, it's over, I'm fine with that, but I will NOT stand by and watch you get shot again.
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: What're you talking about, John?
Det. John Munch: Do you think I could ever forget you and Stan and Beau getting shot? And all I could say to Gee was 'they messed up my shoes with their blood'. I was in such shock from seeing your blood everywhere, I couldn't do anything.
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Alright, John.
Det. John Munch: It's not alright!

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Munch, let's go!
Det. John Munch: I've got things to do.
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: I'm not asking you out on a date, John, come on!
Det. John Munch: You're the sarge, sarge.

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: [Munch is panicking and driving way over the speed limit, trying to get Kay away from the apparent sniper on the roof] You're gonna get us killed!
Det. John Munch: STAY IN THE CAR!

"Homicide: Life on the Street: Extreme Unction (#3.3)" (1994)
Det. Beau Felton: Today, I get to see my kids.
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Yeah and I'm off to have lunch with your wife, somehow I think I'm getting the short end of this deal.

Det. Beau Felton: Ally's first tooth is about to come out, I'M the tooth fairy! Nobody else!
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Okay.
Det. Beau Felton: Zack's baseball game is coming up, if he slides and breaks his collar bone, I'M going to be the one taking him to the hospital, no one else! I remember when I was his age and broke my collar bone, and my dad wasn't around to take me to the hospital.

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Sleep with a cop, you sleep with his partner.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: Heartbeat (#4.7)" (1995)
John Munch: [waving a black cat in Cardero's face and speaking in a dramatically eerie voice] Remember... all black cats are witches!
Joseph Cardero: I told you, that guy's WEIRD!
Kay Howard: [smiling fondly in Munch's direction] ... He's alright.

Kay Howard: If you love her, Munch, you'll tell her the truth.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: See No Evil (#2.2)" (1994)
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Could you knife someone in cold blood over the Super Bowl?

Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Most of the people who kill are men, and most of the people who get killed are men. I'm surrounded by men solving crimes by men.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: A Shot in the Dark (#1.4)" (1993)
John Munch: Eh, Kay?
Kay Howard: Yeah?
John Munch: You know how Stan is always in not-so-great a mood? While today he's like a bear, like a grizzly on barbiturates!

"Homicide: Life on the Street: Ghost of a Chance (#1.2)" (1993)
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: We've been down that road 20 times, Fenwick is not going to confess.
Det. Beau Felton: Maybe not, but his neighbors say he hasn't been sleeping too well lately. Maybe ol' Agnes decided to pay him a visit.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: All Through the House (#3.8)" (1994)
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: I didn't know you could play hearts for money.
Det. Beau Felton: You can play anything for money.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: A Model Citizen (#3.4)" (1994)
Kay Howard: You can't stop trying, Munchkin. If you stop trying... you're dead...

"Homicide: Life on the Street: Autofocus (#4.3)" (1995)
John Munch: A bar is like the Box. People instinctively want to confess.
Kay Howard: [laughing] I got nothing to confess... I'm not guilty of anything. I'm trying to do my new job as well as I can...
[sighs loudly]
Kay Howard: I try be helpful...
[gazes down sadly at the table]
Kay Howard: People think I'm overbearing, condescending. You were right not to take that exam...
[sighs again]
Kay Howard: It's not so much that I got in Lewis' way... I got in my own way, you know? How could I do that? Work, home... oh my god, listen to me, I am confessing.
[sips on her gin fizz drink, embarrassed]
Kay Howard: This is delicious!
John Munch: Want to dance?
Kay Howard: [laughs loudly] No!
John Munch: [laughs] Yes! No one'll see, there's no one conscious here! Afew smooth steps on the floor...
[Munch turns on the jukebox]
John Munch: Have a little fun.
Kay Howard: ...No.
John Munch: C'mon Kay, let's dance.
Kay Howard: No...
[laughs again]
John Munch: I'll let you lead, alright? C'mon.
Kay Howard: ...Let me lead, alright? You're easy to follow.
[Kay laughs while she dances with Munch]

"Homicide: Life on the Street: A Dog and Pony Show (#1.6)" (1993)
Beau Felton: You have a disdain for women!
Kay Howard: It ain't disdain, it's 'professionalism'.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (#1.8)" (1993)
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: Let me get this clear in my mind: what you want me to do is section off a non-smoking area for the two of you, right?
Sgt. Kay Howard: Not just for the two of us; for many non-smokers.
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: Uh-huh. Where are all these non-smokers?
Sgt. Kay Howard: If you build it, they will come.
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: Is that right? Where do you suggest I find the space to create... to build this non-nicotine field of dreams? The coffee room? Would that suit you?
Sgt. Kay Howard: You'd give us the coffee room?
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: Sure. I give you permission to post a notice. YOU put up a sign to ban all cigarette smoking in the coffee room.
Det. Tim Bayliss: No, I think that the coffee room is sacred to the guys, Gee.
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: You're not as dumb as you look, Bayliss.
Det. Tim Bayliss: [Genuinely touched] Thanks, Gee.
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: Coffee and nicotine, mom and apple pie, hot dogs with mustard, sex and latex... somehow, you mess with any of the combination of those, you take your life in your hands.
Sgt. Kay Howard: There's a statute from OSHA that mandates that no smoking areas be designated in each and every public working place.
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: [Chuckling] Oh, OSHA, huh? All right. There are federal statutes and state statutes and city statutes mandating that people curb their dogs, play their stereos at a reasonable volume, and respect the office of the presidency, but who cares about any of that?
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: OSHA.
Sgt. Kay Howard: You refuse to enforce a federal law?
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: Yes, I do. I most certainly do.
Sgt. Kay Howard: Gee, sometimes being in command means issuing unpopular orders.
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: Are you calling me a coward?
Det. Tim Bayliss: No no no no no, sir.
Sgt. Kay Howard: No.
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: Sure, you are.
Sgt. Kay Howard: No, I'm not. I...
Lt. Al 'Gee' Giardello: In so many words you're saying I'm too scared to put up a cigarette ban in this squadroom. I watched Crosetti try to quit smoking. Crosetti without smoking is an unecessary terror. You may be right: I may be a coward. But you may be right and needlessly stupid and reckless at the same time. Now, get out of here, both of you.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: And the Rockets' Dead Glare (#1.7)" (1993)
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Your wife grew up in a town called Boring?
Det. Beau Felton: And you wonder why we're in counseling?

"Homicide: Life on the Street: Gone for Goode (#1.1)" (1993)
Sgt. Kay Howard: Homicide: We work for God.

"Homicide: Life on the Street: I've Got a Secret (#4.11)" (1996)
Det. Megan Russert: [Munch is trying to find out who Kay's boyfriend is] He wrote down the license plate, Kay, he's going to find out.
Det. Sgt. Kay Howard: Well not from me.