DI Robert Lewis: Sometimes, Hathaway, I worry about your taste in music.
DI Robert Lewis: Sometimes, Inspector Lewis, I worry about your taste in women.
DS James Hathaway: [pauses] I'll drink to that. Prost!
DI Robert Lewis: [They clink bottles] Prost!
Charles Acres: Boxing gets rid of aggression - doesn't cause it.
DI Robert Lewis: I reckon you could say the same for murder.
Ann Kriel: You know, sometimes I feel like I've got an angel on one shoulder and a devil on the other.
DI Robert Lewis: Who's winning?
Ann Kriel: Jury's out at the moment.
Dr. Laura Hobson: [to Lewis] His attacker must have been very strong because it isn't easy strangling a man. Believe me, I've tried.
Dr. Laura Hobson: Anyway, what about the note?
DI Robert Lewis: Never trust suicide notes that aren't handwritten.
DI Robert Lewis: [to Hathaway seeing a punch being thrown on a surveillance video] Call that a haymaker. It's a John Wayne thing.