David Gabriel: So, now is not the best time to pick a battle with the Catholic church.
Louie Provenza: Let's fight one Pope at a time.
Father Chris Donahue: I celebrate mass three days a week at the county jail, and I take confession from the Border Brothers and the Sinaloan Cowboys and members of every Latino street gang in Los Angeles, all of whom, one way or another, are connected to dope, which means the Ochoa cartel. They're waiting for you to arrest somebody named Manuel Rivera or Mateo Hernandez. They've been told a former Tijuana commandant of that name's gonna show up, and whoever kills him earns an instant $50,000 for his family. Miss Johnson, Manuel has a price on his head. He's not gonna last an hour in the county jail.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: How do you know he was killed in Mexico? It doesn't say so on the photograph.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Bless me, Father, for I have sinned.
Father Chris Donahue: How long has it been since your last confession?
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Well, I almost got one last night, but the suspect, Manuel Rivera, a.k.a. Mateo Hernandez, was killed in the county jail.
Father Chris Donahue: You say Manuel is dead?
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Officially... yes.