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Quotes for
Stuart Gharty (Character)
from "Homicide: Life on the Street" (1993)

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"Homicide: Life on the Street: La Famiglia (#7.1)" (1998)
Det. Stuart Gharty: [about Bayliss] He's in a flux.
Det. Tim Bayliss: Flux you!

Det. Laura Ballard: [about Bayliss' new attitude] Well, he almost died.
Det. Stuart Gharty: I almost died. You don't hear me quoting Hindu.


"Homicide: Life on the Street: Full Court Press (#6.18)" (1998)
Det. John Munch: Did you go after guys like that?
Det. Stuart Gharty: Yeah, I was a kid doing kid things. It's testosterone, hormones...
Det. John Munch: I hated guys like you in school.

Det. Stuart Gharty: [Munch goes on about the torment he suffered in high school at the hands of people like Gharty] For all the crap you went through, take your best shot at me.
Det. John Munch: Okay.
[picks up a glass ashtray and swings at Gharty]
Det. Stuart Gharty: Whoa whoa whoa!
[grabs Munch's arm]
Det. Stuart Gharty: How about if I buy you a beer?
Det. John Munch: A beer's going to take away the crap I went through?
Det. Stuart Gharty: No, but it'll get that asthray out of your hand.


Homicide: The Movie (2000) (TV)
Lieutenant Stuart Gharty: Pembleton, Lewis, Falsone: make me a list of people he's pissed off on the campaign trail.
Frank Pembleton: A list? I didn't come here to make lists.
Lieutenant Stuart Gharty: Frank. Just like old times.

J.H. Brodie: [looking miserable] Lt. Giardello died earlier today.
Lieutenant Stuart Gharty: ...That's not funny, son.
J.H. Brodie: ...I'm not trying to be, Sir.


"Homicide: Life on the Street: Shades of Gray (#7.10)" (1999)
Det. Paul Falsone: [the detectives are discussing Baltimore landmarks] Baltimore is a city of many splendors but the greatest architectural feat: Madonna's bra.
Det. Terri Stivers: [incredulous] What?
Det. Meldrick Lewis: Yeah, Madonna's bra. The sewage treatment plant on East Point. Them two golden cones just stickin' up outta nowhere.
Det. Terri Stivers: Madonna's bra.
Det. Stuart Gharty: [chuckling] That's what the East Siders call it.
Det. Paul Falsone: Two golden orbs shimmering in the moonlight, towering over the landscape.
Det. Terri Stivers: I don't think I've ever seen it.
Det. Paul Falsone: Are you serious?
Det. Stuart Gharty: To die without viewing it would mark an incomplete life.


"Homicide: Life on the Street: Strangled, Not Stirred (#6.19)" (1998)
Det. Stuart Gharty: Moxie, huh? I always thought what you had was spunk.
Det. Laura Ballard: I hate spunk.


"Homicide: Life on the Street: Forgive Us Our Trespasses (#7.22)" (1999)
Det. Rene Sheppard: [Bayliss shoves Danvers head-first down the court house steps, where he collides with the railing and sidewalk] Danvers!
Stuart Gharty: Danvers!
[rushes forward to help him]
Stuart Gharty: Are you alright?
[looks up at Bayliss]
Stuart Gharty: What are you, NUTS?


"Homicide: Life on the Street: Shaggy Dog, City Goat (#6.11)" (1998)
Det. Stuart Gharty: Are you Douglass and Rodney's sister?
Donna McCord: Sister? No, I'm their mother.
Det. Laura Ballard: [laughs] I'm sorry, but you're too young to be their mother.
Donna McCord: Yeah well, somebody should've told their daddy that.


"Homicide: Life on the Street: Brotherly Love (#7.2)" (1998)
Emergency Room Doctor: [Detectives Ballard and Gharty arrive at the hospital to investigate a teenager's death] The victim's name is Scotty Meyers, gunshot to the head.
Det. Laura Ballard: Did he say anything about who shot him?
Emergency Room Doctor: No, ADASTW.
Det. Stuart Gharty: What?
Emergency Room Doctor: Arrived Dead And Stayed That Way.