Dr. Andiman: [looking at Nick's chart] Now, says here you have only four drinks a week? Is that true?
Nick Vera: Give or take.
Dr. Andiman: Ever have hepatitis?
Nick Vera: The hell you talking about?
[Dr. Andiman looks up at him]
Nick Vera: No.
Dr. Andiman: Nick, you have any idea what live failure looks like? It isn't pretty.
Nick Vera: I'll take your word for it.
Dr. Andiman: You need to stop drinking. You need to start eating right, too. Exercising more.
Nick Vera: Been hearing that for years.
Dr. Andiman: Yeah, well, it's catching up to you. You ever hear of good cholesterol?
Nick Vera: Yeah.
Dr. Andiman: You got none of that. Bad cholesterol, you got lots. Your long-term outlook is not good.
Nick Vera: Well, I can still bench 250 and chase down a bad guy. You put that in there?
Dr. Andiman: Nick, this isn't a joke. You need to make lifestyle changes... today.
Nick Vera: Are sending that to the department?
Dr. Andiman: Soon as you sign this release.
John Stillman: Hey, Nick.
Nick Vera: Yeah?
John Stillman: Still need that paperwork from you.
Nick Vera: Doctor was sick, can you believe it? Got another appointment tomorrow.
John Stillman: End of the week.
Nick Vera: Yeah.
Lilly Rush: Someone's afraid of needles.
Stan Cronin: [in 1999] Luke? Only one who can judge you... is you.
Luke Cronin: Well, I'm a pretty tough critic. Guess I'm screwed.
[the scene dissolves to the present, where Stan is talking to Scotty and Will]
Stan Cronin: That's the problem with a genius son. You never win an argument.
Security Guard: Come on with me, son.
Ronnie Jacks '99: Oh no. Black man on campus. Got to get the cuffs.
Will Jeffries: Think of anything else...
Stan Cronin: I'm thinking only one thing. Find the son of a bitch who did this.
Luke Cronin: Alyssa, you sure talk fast.
Alyssa Lane '99: You know what they say... speed kills.
Luke Cronin: Speed and evidence, right?
Dr. McKenzie: My dad used to be a cop. Back then, people respected their service. They didn't sweat the small stuff.
Nick Vera: I wish.
Dr. McKenzie: He used to bring home cartons of cigarettes, fruit, toys for us. All of it fell off a truck.
Nick Vera: Sounds pretty sweet.
Dr. McKenzie: [chuckles] Not like today, huh, where everybody's up in your business about everything?
[Dr. McKenzie stamps his paperwork and gives it to Nick]
Dr. McKenzie: Fit as a fiddle. You got your hearing, you got your vision, and you got your looks.
Nick Vera: I can see why you're so popular around the station.
Dr. McKenzie: Just promise me you'll eat an apple once in a while, all right?
Nick Vera: Scout's honor.
Lilly Rush: The neighborhood Luke grew up in, he have a tough time making friends 'round here?
Darren Musk: Yeah, but not for the reasons you're thinking. His ability to memorize and apply information, figures, articles... I'd never seen anything like it.
Scotty Valens: Rub his teammates the wrong way, this "ability" of his?
Darren Musk: He was our top debater in two weeks. I thought I was giving him a chance to shine, but maybe I put a target on his back.