S.W.A.T. Season 1 Episode 3: "Pamilya" Quotes
Karen: Jimmy wanted to help me. I need to talk to him.
Hondo: That's not going to happen. Not after I tell him the truth about you.
Karen: Who do you think you are? Black guy, hot shot, sitting there talking to me like this? You mean nothing to him. You really think he's going to trust you over me? I saved that little ass of his. I am here because of him.
Hondo: Wow, lady... you are a piece of work. I wondered how Street could be such a mess, but now that I've met you, I just gotta wonder how he managed to turn out so good.
Karen: I'm sorry. I-I-I I know that you're just trying to help. And your right about all of it. Just please, don't tell him. Look, if you care about him as much as I do, you won't. 'Cause it'll crush him.
Hondo: Don't call him anymore. You mess with him, you mess with me. My family.
Cortez: Why risk your career for [Street]?
Hondo: I've been there, Jess. Not with SWAT, just -- Things can grab ahold of you and make you feel like you can't trust anyone. Until you learn to again.
Hondo: You gotta pick one boat.
Street: One boat?
Hondo: You are a SWAT officer or you are a loose cannon, your choice.
Luca: Look, guys, you know how it goes. I need a place to stay tonight. So cut the suspense, tell me whose car to throw my stuff in.
Chris: Not me, sorry Luca.
Tan: I took him last time. Deac?
Deacon: No way. New baby. End of story.
Street: What's going on?
Chris: Luca got kicked out of his apartment by his girlfriend. That's three in as many years.
Luca: Yeah, rule is someone from the team has to take me in.
Tan: 'Til he gets on his feet.
Street: What is that, like some kind of bro code?
Luca: No, SWAT code. Far more sacred.
Street: Wait, wait, wait. So you break up and the girls get your apartment? You need a new lawyer.
Karen: It's wrong to ask you. I shouldn't have called. I have no place asking you for anything.
Street: You got every place to ask me whatever you want.
Karen: Jimmy, you don't owe me anything.
Street: I owe you everything.
Karen: I chose to stay with your father when things got ugly.
Street: And you did the right thing by taking him out.