Major Crimes Season 6 Episode 3: "Sanctuary City: Part 3" Quotes
Page: No news is good news, right?
Provenza: No news is nothing.
Sharon: Enough about guns. Did you and Gus ever get to talk?
Rusty: No. I'm gonna write him a letter like they used to do in the 1980s just to say no hard feelings.
Rusty: How many clumsy people does Stroh know. An electrocution, a drowning, a car going over a hill side...
Buzz: There doesn't seem to be a pattern.
Rusty: Stroh is the pattern.
Sharon: Chief, you tipped them off!
Provenza: You said that this investigation was not a press opportunity!
Mason: I changed my mind.
Provenza: So it's okay for you to decide that and not me?
Mason: That's right. I'm the boss. And sometimes the press can make inroads where we can't.
Sharon: This is gonna make the church very, very angry.
Mason: I'm not a Catholic.
Sharon Well, I am.
Sanchez: I heard on the news that the Garzas are third-generation Americans like me, and Danielle Roja's family came from San Antonio -- pre-Alamo.
Sykes: Why is the news even talking about how long people are here for?
Tao: Detective Page was gifted us by Chief Mason.
Sanchez: Mason. You a spy?
Provenza: No, she's not a spy! What she is is a damn good detective.
Nancy: I've been waiting for an hour.
Mason: Sorry, Nancy. But I'll make it worth your while. We have a person of interest in this case but of course this is not for attribution.
Nancy: If you're not willing to go on the record, don't give me this person of interest crap. It looks like these boys killed their friend and ran away. If that's not the answer, I'm going to need something I can use for background.
Sharon: That is why we must investigate every suspect.
Priest: Suspects, yes. Priests, no.
Provenza: Sometimes on the Venn Diagram, suspects and priests overlap.
Father Stan: This search is unnecessary.
Sharon: It would be if the church had cooperated.