Hank Crawford: You know your sister stops by from time to time. She brings me a casserole; you know the one with the chips on top of it. She doesn't like me coming out to her place. Says I'm a bad influence. This is the part where you can disagree with her.
Billy: Wish I could there, Hank.
Hank Crawford: Right. Hank the disgrace. Hank the deadbeat. So, you shacking up with your boss?
Billy: She's not my boss. She's my partner.
Hank Crawford: Does she know that? Hanley's always think they're the boss.
Billy: All right. So. The affidavit.

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Burden of Truth Season 3 Episode 3: "No Fathers Or Sons"
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Mr. Crawford: Those kids ran roughshod all over my property and how old's their oldest?
Joanna: Twelve.
Mr. Crawford: Only a Chartrand would leave a twelve-year-old to babysit alone all day.
Billy: You ever hear of Wendy? Billy? Shane?

Luna: I'm Luna.
Kodie: So what, you're like, my babysitter for the day?
Luna: Think of me more like your chauffeur.
Kodie: Are you the one who went to jail? (Luna nods) Must be tougher than you look. Have to be to work for Joanna.
Luna: What does that mean?
Kodie: Don't get me wrong, I love her, but even back in grade school that girl was wicked competitive.
Luna: And that's what makes her a great lawyer.