Frank Reagan Quotes
Linda: What will you do when you retire?
Frank: Besides just being a burden to my children?
Danny: I thought that was a hobby.
Erin: Not that you're not good at it.
Frank: Thank you very much. One thing I know for sure, on Sundays, I'll be right here and I hope all of you will be too.
Frank: The creed of every significant relationship and organization that informed my life could be boiled down to tow the line, obey the rules.
Abigail: And don't rock the boat. You're the boss. The boss isn't supposed to rock the boat. The boss is supposed to steady the boat.
I don't fear it. I am looking forward to hanging out at the hardware store pestering the owner about the placement of the surveillance cameras.
Erin: Mandatory retirement is hardly the same as execution.
Frank: It is to some guys. It is to Travis Jackson. It would be to me.
It is what it is. You might as well go out with a bang and an open bar, right?
Garrett: I made my mea culpa like you would have.
Frank: How so?
Garrett: Like I was scraping out my eyes with a rusty fork, so thanks for the years of leading by example.
Jamie: I'm excited every single shift. How many people can say that?
Frank: A lucky few.
Gormley: Guys like Don Kent don't come along every day.
Frank: And in Don's case they get assassinated for it.
This is and will always be an equal opportunity family and I will throw quiche and a hissy fit at anyone who says otherwise.
Jack, the fact that you even considered the Core says something. It means you're thinking about what can I do for my country, not just what I can do for me.
Pop, it's Sunday dinner, not Face the Nation.
Garrett: So the recruits were in a tough spot.
Frank: Relatively speaking.
Garrett: Relative to what?
Frank: Being under fire in 120 degree heat in the middle of the desert is a tough spot, taking a test in an air conditioned classroom, not so much.