The Rookie Season 2 Episode 11: "Day of Death" Quotes
Wesley: I know it looks bad.
Lopez: Looks bad. I asked you if you were trying to kill yourself and you said, “I don’t know.”
Nolan: If anything’s happened to Lucy.
Harper: Don’t go there. If she is in trouble the only way you are good to her is if you are focused solely on saving her not playing worst-case scenarios.
You weren’t the target, you were just a happy opportunity. I was there scoping out Armstrong. Honestly, I don’t know what Rosalind sees in him but who am I to judge. We all have our fetishes.Caleb
Look, I know I haven’t known Lucy as long as the rest of you but I know that she is a fighter. She’s going to do everything she can to stay alive until we can save her.Harper
Lopez: Grey’s got you on tip lines?
Bradford: Nothing says we’ve got squat like listening to the public.
Wesley: Can I help?
Bradford: What’s your tolerance for cranks and asshats wasting your time?
Wesley: I’m a Public Defender.
Bradford: Have at it.
Caleb: You weren’t conscious for your birth but you will feel every second of your death.
Lucy: That’s some greeting card level villainy, not that psychopaths are known for being original thinkers.
Caleb: Any last words?
Lucy: Yeah, you’re going to be dead long before I am.
Harper: You can do this. You have a unique ability to connect with people.
Nolan: She’s a psychopath who enjoys mind games and dismemberment. That’s not exactly my lane, here.
Rosalind felt bad that you missed your wife’s death so she’s giving you Lucy’s death to make up for it. We’ll watch it together and then you’ll go in that barrel.Caleb
Lucy [About the giant stuffed teddy bear]: Well, he is a she and she is going to sleep in my bed since I am clearly never going on a date again.
Grace: I’m not sure that should be the take-away.
Nolan: Oh, hang on. That’s actually pretty safe.
Lucy: So is this the kind of support and understanding I can expect from now on?
Bradford: Pretty much.
Lopez: So what, you’re suddenly cured?
Wesley: No but helping to find Lucy gave me a serious sense of perspective, not just for what she survived but that she couldn’t have done it without all of us. And I realized that I was an idiot for trying to deal with all of these things by myself. So, I’m going to go to work, I’m going to go to therapy and if I feel panicked or sad I’m going to ask for help.