Captain Sharon Raydor: Look, whether or not you like it - whether or not I like it, frankly - I have to finish this audit, which means I need to speak to your people.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: No, you don't. You're questioning my investigation and my orders. That audit should begin and end with me.
Captain Sharon Raydor: But it won't.
Assistant Chief Will Pope: Look, I don't know exactly what happened that day, but obviously dropping Turell Baylor off in front of angry gang members was not Chief Johnson's finest hour.
Captain Sharon Raydor: And insisting on immunity for a child killer was not yours.
Professor Alex Banks: Of course, the real irony here is, if I had actually been having an affair with Ashley, if I had walked her to the door and gone inside, she might still be alive.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: Well, that's the best justification for adultery I've heard in a long time.
Andy Flynn: How long do you think the Commander is gonna stare into that grave?
Fritz Howard: You guys might wanna consider putting Taylor on suicide watch.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: Ashley was babysittin' for one of her professors, a Mr. Alex Banks, the man who drove her home the night she died; and, according to his wife, the professor had an affair with another student ten months ago.
David Gabriel: How'd the wife find out?
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: The professor paid for the young woman's abortion on his credit card.
Dr. Morales: Mm, careless. That's why it's a good idea to keep cash around the house.
[Brenda's investigation leaves Alex's personal life in ruins, with strong parallels as to how the lawsuit may affect Brenda's professional life as well]
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: I certainly know how hard it is to be accused of things you haven't done.
Professor Alex Banks: Yeah. I'm not exactly innocent, though, am I? That's the trouble. I cheated on my wife and my family - more than once, honestly, because I thought I could get away with it - but not every mistake can be fixed with an apology, no matter how sorry you are.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: Well, you're owning up to what you've done. That's a start.
Professor Alex Banks: At what?