Det. Frank Pembleton: I don't know about you, but I don't wanna see Munch run out a bunt.
Lt. Al Giardello: If it's any consolation, Bolander's only called me once.
Det. John Munch: It's no consolation.
Lt. Al Giardello: Sometimes being a parent is a pain in the ass,
[pounds his chest]
Lt. Al Giardello: it's a pain in the heart!
George Buxton: What happened to the other two cops? The black guy and the woman with the wild hair?
Det. Mike Kellerman: We replaced them, I'm Detective Kellerman, and this is Detective Munch.
Det. Frank Pembleton: So, you leaving?
Det. Tim Bayliss: Nope.
[looks at the board]
Det. Tim Bayliss: Not until I solve the Lambert case.
Det. John Munch: In the last couple years we've lost guys left and right: Crosetti, Bolander and Felton.
Lt. Al Giardello: Bolander and Felton are on suspension, they'll be back.
Det. John Munch: Yeah but Kellerman, Bayliss and I own a bar together; and finally after a year of blood, sweat and suds we are finally in synch, and if Bayliss transfers to vice or fraud or quits being a cop, it's going to throw off our equilibrium.
Lt. Al Giardello: Has Bolander called you at all since he went on suspension?
Det. John Munch: I'm sure he has his reasons.
Lt. Al Giardello: Stan always has his reasons, sometime I'd like to know what they are.