You're a fine agent but an even better person.


I'm not going to stop until I can prove Garvey did this.


Dr. Fulton: I can't believe I read you wrong.
Liz: Maybe you didn't.

Garvey: I want the whole truth.
Red: The whole truth is that we are all clinging to a lovely blue ball floating in a sea of blackness. Everything else, including, and most especially the truth you're looking for is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying nothing.
Garvey: I could take the bones public.
Red: You could, but you haven't, and you won't. I'm not sure why. It's something missing, something holding you back. I won't kill you until I have the bones, and for some inexplicable reason you won't go public until you know this whole truth.

My word is my bond. My currency.


Unsolved cases? I fixate on them and how unfair they are.