James: You know I still hear him talking to me sometimes, when things are going wrong. I know it sounds crazy.
Nick: No it doesn't sound crazy. Not to me. Warrick walks besides me every day. He is the source of a lot of my strength. He's a good friend to have. Don't every let him go.
I gotta be honest with you. That doesn't sound like me, looking out for a kid. Protecting him so he can grow up, get out, become something. Why would a scumbag crook like Aaron Voss do something like that?Voss
DB: We know you are James' father. DNA proved that. We also know that you have been providing for him financial in Warrick Brown's name. You remember Warrick right? The guy who was the real man in your son's life, not just some scum bag crook.
Aaron: Warrick wanted to play the hero. So I let him on my dollar. So what?
Henry: The hair that was buried with the bully. I ran the DNA profile against James Newman. It's not his hair, but it is an alleles.
DB: Hair shares alleles with James so the killer...
Henry: Has to be a male relative of his. Father, brother, son.
DB: James is an only child. No kids of his own.
Henry: Dad in the picture?
DB: Certainly is now.
Eli is always going to need you. He will be back, Tina. But you need to find your way back first.Sara
Barbara: You need to tell me anyway.
DB: Are you sure you want that? Giving the nature I see every day.
Barbara: you need to talk to me about it. You think you're protecting me. But you're just trying to protect yourself. That's when we get into trouble. Promise me, no more secrets. I know who I married DB.
DB: I love you. I know who I married too.
Barbara: Did the girl love Charlie?
DB: I think Charlie believed that.
Barbara: We're going to have to tell him.
DB: I know, I know.
Barbara: Why didn't you tell me?
DB: There are things I don't talk to you about. I don't bring home. That was our deal.
Barbara: Charlie is our son. You owe it to me tell me if he's in trouble.
DB: You're right.
Vanessa: This is awkward.
DB: Oh, it's a lot more than that actually.
Charlie: I punched him. He deserved it.
DB: You know... that's another conversation. Right now, my problem is, you are a suspect in a homicide investigation. You know what really pisses me off; I had to find out about that from a witness in an integration room.
Charlie: I'm really a suspect?
DB: Yeah you are. You lied.
Charlie: Look Dad, it's not like I didn't want to tell you about what happened with Coach. Besides I didn't think it was pertinent.
DB: Pertinent? The man was murdered Charlie. Hours after you physical assaulted him. What could be more pertinent then that?
TJ: Last night, after practice, there was a fight in the locker room. Somebody throw a punch at Coach. I stepped in to try to stop it. That's how the blood got on my jersey.
DB: Ok. All right. Thank you. Who throw the punch?
TJ: Your son.
Henry: No more locker room laundry. I just went through 3 carts of dirty towels. This whole place smells like feet.
Greg: Now it's going to smell like something else. And you might want to borrow Russell's incents. It's pretty ripe.