Narc (2005 Video Game)
Eddie Jackson: Aren't you gonna read me my rights?
Jack Frozenski: You have the right to shut the hell up.
Lucy Chen: You are not the only one with powerful family connections.
The Enforcer: [shoots her] I am now.
Jack Frozenski: [showing his badge] NARC Squad, get the fuck down!
Marcus Hill: [after cuffing a criminal] You have the right to keep your dumb ass silent!
Jack Frozenski: Don't move while I move or we're both dead.
Marcus Hill: Jack, I understand the concept of covering one's partner
Jack Frozenski: It'll be wild west style, just like the shootout at the O.K. Corral.
Marcus Hill: Jack, almost everyone died there.
Marcus Hill: [climbing a ladder to the roof of a building] Some motherfucker's gonna pay for making me go through this shit!
Marcus Hill: NARC Agent, motherfucker, get on the ground right now!
Marcus Hill: This situation has turned to shit! I need backup!
Daniels: You were supposed to infiltrate the rave not start a war!
Marcus Hill: Tell that to the pricks who opened fire!
Daniels: I'm sending a support unit with some riot suppression gear.
Marcus Hill: Fuck that! Tell them to bring a nuke!
Inspector Lau: Stay within two meters and you should be able to pick up their conversation. We need this, Agent.
Jack Frozenski: Two fucking meters? I may as well hold it up to their faces and ask for a quote.
Marcus Hill: Hey, you guys see a woman in a ridiculous outfit come through here?
Ed Kowalski: Nice going. I've got eight dead cops on my watch and you pick tonight to take creative license with your badge.
Jack Frozenski: I'm an artist like that.
Marcus Hill: Eddie Jackson was strictly small time, then six weeks ago, he starts dealing this new mystery drug. Comes very high profile. Goes through his head, next thing we know, eight cops are dead.
Ed Kowalski: What is this fucking drug? Where do they get it? How are they moving it? Lean on everyone, get some answers, open some doors, break some windows, get your knuckles bloody!
Jack Frozenski: I bet you must feel honored getting to work with real cops again.
Marcus Hill: Since *when* have you been a real cop?