You see how much better things turn out when you're honest with me.

Teresa Lisbon

Patrick Jane: No matter what happens from this point on, we have to promise each other that we will always look at the bright side.
Teresa Lisbon: I promise.

Patrick Jane: What about your family?
Teresa Lisbon: Oh they wouldn't care. I just talked to them at the hotel. They found the mini bar. They're like cavemen arguing over a dead antelope.

Jane: I can't do this job forever but it's going to be hard to give up.
Abbott: Yeah, it's hard giving up making a difference.
Jane: No, everyone makes a difference. Hard to give up the chase.

Lisbon: How are the kids?
Rigsby: Sticky mostly.

Teresa Lisbon: How do you know that?
Patrick Jane: When we're married do you think you might stop asking that question?

Stan Lisbon: If we're not there Mom is going to spin in her grave like a freakin' crank shaft. She'll be crying for shame that our sister, our only sister,
Jimmy Lisbon: Would you can it please, Stan. Teresa said she don't want us there. Why would you want to be there if she doesn't want us there.

Teresa Lisbon: You knew I was going to say yes.
Patrick Jane: Even after all these years you're still a mystery to me.

Patrick Jane: I want you to be my wife. Will you marry me?
Teresa Lisbon: Okay. Yes. Yes.

Teresa Lisbon: You're not wearing your wedding ring.
Patrick Jane: I'm not married.

It's the eBay of the deeply weird.


Jane would go. He'd say do the usual thing you get the usual result which in this case is him dead.