Officer Tom Hanson: [while mechanics are turning his vintage Mustang into a drag racer] Why can't they just shoot it and put it out of it's misery?
Officer Tom Hanson: This is a vintage machine, it's a work of *art*. It's like a - it's like a Da Vinci.
Officer Doug Penhall: Now it's a Warhol.
Officer Doug Penhall: [sarcastically to Hanson] Oh, you picked a *great* time to become irresponsible.
Mr. Walker: You had an undercover officer out there racing with him? A police officer racing a car 100 mph in the middle of the night?
Captain Adam Fuller: Look Mr. Walker, both the officer involved and myself are terribly sorry for what happened to your son. But, he was out there on the street breaking the law without anybody twisting his arm, and it wasn't the first time. He WILL face charges for what he's done.
Mr. Walker: Only if he lives, Captain.
Captain Adam Fuller: You guys are going back to the academy.
Officer Tom Hanson: What?
Officer Doug Penhall: Are you kidding?
Captain Adam Fuller: [points at his face] Do I look like I'm kidding, Penhall?
Officer Doug Penhall: No.
Officer Doug Penhall: When did I become my partner's keeper?
Captain Adam Fuller: The day you were sworn in.
Officer Doug Penhall: I was 50 yards away, what did you want me to do, throw my body in front of the cars? I didn't know he was going to take off.
Officer Tom Hanson: He didn't do anything, it was my fault.
Captain Adam Fuller: That's right, he didn't do ANYTHING. That's why the department calls it acquiescing. Partners are responsible for each other, you know that, and you know that it works both ways. Your screw up last night could cost him HIS job too, think about it. That's all.
Cop: We are East Bound in pursuit of a street racer.
Officer Doug Penhall: [to the Police instructor] Just a thought, Sir. Didn't want anybody to get hurt.