Burden of Truth Season 3 Episode 3: "No Fathers Or Sons" Quotes
Joanna: Where to start? Toxic disasters, kids being taken, Luna, my father, it's all been ...
Joanna: Human. Which is hard, for me.
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.
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.
Billy: I'm not rubbing your tickets.
Hank: You used to do it all the time.
Billy: Yeah, when I was eight.
Hank: I didn't bring you to the races when you were eight, did I? Well, you used to bring me all kinds of crazy luck.
Joanna: Elmcreek is a public and private middle school, right? Sorry. Hi.
Diane: Hi yourself. You know I can't tell you where Kodie's kids are.
Joanna: It's Kodie you can't tell that to.
Diane: You're her lawyer.
Kodie: Man I miss driving. Sweet tunes. Open road. Best feeling in the world.
Luna: When do you get your license back.
Kodie: Let's work on my kids first.
Luna: Yeah. Cool. Good to prioritize. So what's the first thing you'll do?
Luna: When you get your kids back.
Kodie: Squeeze 'em 'til they can't breathe. And then go to DQ.
Diane: Even as the principal there's nothing I can do. Makes me feel so helpless.
Joanna: Yeah. But I don't do helpless.
Diane: And that's why God made you the lawyer.
Joanna: My father made me a lawyer.
Diane: And you're the best one I know.
Billy: I'm kind of curious about your newfound interest in child safety. Because after you left and mom died you seemed pretty fine with the idea of us raising ourselves.
Hank: I had to feed my family. I was working.
Billy: The benders? Were those work?
Billy: Ever hear of quit while you're ahead?
Hank: That's not my style Billy-boy. That's why I kept reaching out to you. In University. In Law School. After you won that big case, all the sick girls ...
Billy: You just wanted a taste of the money.
Hank: No. I just wanted to talk to you. To congratulate you.
Billy: Well I wasn't ready.
Hank: Well, I'm happy you're here now.
Joanna: I have my own firm.
Alan: Yeah. I know. What's the name?
Joanna: Crawford Chang.
Alan: Why would you let Crawford put his name first?
Joanna: It sounded better
Hank: I want my one phone call!
Billy: That's only in the movies, Hank.
Mr. Crawford: Those kids ran roughshod all over my property and how old's their oldest?
Mr. Crawford: Only a Chartrand would leave a twelve-year-old to babysit alone all day.
Billy: You ever hear of Wendy? Billy? Shane?