Frank Reagan Quotes
Holding the door is a courtesy, letting you in here to use my phone, that's a courtesy, but launching another investigation into my department, not so much.
Frank: Why are you lurking by the elevator?
Garrett: I'm not lurking.
Frank: You lurking always means bad news or a plea to keep my mouth shut.
Frank: This isn't about smart. Smart's highly overrated sometimes.
Danny: I've been saying that since 4th grade.
It's not about social services, it's not about community outreach, it's not about turning this precinct into a shining city on a hill. At its core, it is about taking criminals off the streets.
I always know that when someone says “in all due respect,” that the last thing I'm going to get from them is the respect that's due.
There are things I admire about you that this job will eat away at until they are gone.
Frank: You need to start picking your battles.
Jamie: Which is what I'm doing here.
Frank: You could fill this floor with guys who worked with Sid.
Anthony: But I'm the one who's here.
Nicky: So just because he supports the NYPD he can break the law whenever he feels like it?
Nicky: It certainly sounds like it.
Frank: I appreciate your generosity, you know that.
Sy: Then show me the respect.
Frank: By disrespecting the law?
He smart assed me and then he refused a direct order. That doesn't happen.
Jack: But it sucks.
Frank: That's one way to put it, but not at the dinner table.