Chicago PD Season 8 Episode 4: "Unforgiven" Quotes
Miller: Blaine was far from perfect.
Voight: You're right. But he was a good man. He died trying to protect a scared, vulnerable young mother. And how he did it? I mean, what rules he chose to ignore? Who cares? He was trying to do something good, that's what matters. You know, there was a time we actually forgave people for their mistakes. We understood that human beings are fallible. So you look at the sum of the parts. Does the good outweigh the bad? I mean, Mike Blaine, he gave his life doing something good... brave... noble. And that makes him a hero.
Halstead: Okay, so he made a mistake. Just like every other human being on this planet. So can we rise above this petty anger? Maybe see the bigger picture?
Zach: Why would I want to do that?
Halstead: Cause that's what good people do. They realize that people are flawed. They do stupid things sometimes.
Zach: What he did to me was not just stupid. It was an abuse of power and a violation of my civil rights.
Look, I know who your dad was, and I know what he did. But if something happens, and you don't go see him, then you're gonna carry this for the rest of your life. So don't do it for him, just do it for you.Halstead
Ruzek: So, I'm guessing...
Voight: Well, you don't get to guess, not on this one.