Nolan: Harper, you know you don't have to do this.
Harper: Relax five percent, this is what I do.

Nick: What did you do?
Malcolm: I hit her with the knife.
Nick: You hit her with the knife, you mean you stabbed her.
Malcolm: Yeah.

For someone who gave up undercover work you sure go back to it a lot.


Bradford: Rachel, you did what you could.
Rachel: It wasn't enough.

Eve: You stole this.
Harper: I did not.
Eve: To the best grandma ever.
Harper: She's in a coma, she won't miss these.

I'm dying, brain cancer. I just found out. Maybe it's selfish, but I want them to know that I'm sorry before I'm gone.


A year ago I never would have believed this would be my life. I mean, new beginnings are rare and rewarding ones even more so and here I am surrounded by the best people I’ve ever known and Lopez.


Harper: You know, I’ve wanted to say you did a great job with your daughter.
Grey: Yeah, the fact she wants to move across the country speaks volumes.
Harper: Actually it does. It says that she’s brave and confident. You gave her a home, a safe place to launch from and retreat to, same way you do for us. I hope I can become half the parent you are.
Grey: Laying it on pretty thick, aren’t you?
Harper: Yes, Sir.

The man with the nail bat agrees with you, just take that in for a minute.


You’ve got time now. This is important. Officer Bradford is a 12-year veteran, he’s been shot five times in the line of duty. He deserves your respect, not whatever macho crap this is, Sir.


Grace: People get into accidents, even cops.
Tim: What do they call it when a doctor has an accident?
Grace: Malpractice.
Tim: We’re both held to a higher standard, for good reason.

I walk into a tragedy but when I walk out, everything is as it should be.


The Rookie Quotes

I love Rookie Day. It’s Christmas and the Purge in one.

Officer Bradford

Stacy: Happy Divorce Day!
John: That’s not a thing.
Stacy: It should be. When mine went through I took the boys to Disneyland.
John: I’m not really feeling the Matterhorn.
Stacy: Try and look at this as an opportunity.
John: Right now I’m just trying to remember to wear pants.