Steve McGarrett Quotes
Savannah Walker: Commander McGarrett, is he gonna make it?
Steve McGarrett: I don't care.
Savannah Walker: Hold on--for your information, I have a journalism degree from Northwestern.
Steve McGarrett: Your professors must be very proud.
Savannah Walker (to camera-man): Let's erase that.
Catherine Rollins: Now that we've got that taken care of, how do you plan on doing this? Because all I've got is a pack of gum, some Dramamine, and a wry smile.
Steve McGarrett: I'm working on it.
Catherine Rollins: Steve, I'm going with you.
Steve McGarrett: Absolutely not.
Catherine Rollins: Well, I'm not asking for your permission.
Steve McGarrett: It doesn't matter, you're not going anywhere.
Catherine Rollins: Hey, look, let's forgo the whole John Wayne, "it's too dangerous for a little lady" speech, okay? You're gonna need support, I've done three tours of Kabul, and I'm just as qualified as you are when it comes to taking care of myself.
Steve McGarrett: Yes, you are.
Catherine Rollins: Good. Then you also know I'm not very good at taking "no" for an answer.
You remember me? About three years ago, you put some bullets into a friend of mine.
Freddie Hart: Who packed this chute for you? It's not gonna open.
Steve McGarrett: It's only six miles down, I'll grab your legs.
Hart was just polishing the bell because he's so motivated, chief.
Danny Williams: Why would a tourist want to be put in a cage, and then dumped in shark-infested waters? It makes no sense.
Steve McGarrett: Because they're on vacation. They want some excitement, they want some adventure.
Danny Williams: What they need is some therapy.
Steve McGarrett: What did you think he was gonna do with a helicopter, Danny?
Danny Williams: Park it next to his shrimp truck?
Danny Williams: So they just go up to the shark and shoot him between the eyes? That doesn't seem very fair.
Steve McGarrett: Now you're on the shark's side?
Steve McGarrett: Book him, Kono.
Danny Williams: Oh! Where's the love?
Steve McGarrett: I had no idea you were a fan of roller derby.
Danny Williams: No, I'm not...my mother was. She thought a catfight on wheels was good home family entertainment.