Queen of the South Quotes
Tony: What’s it like to kill a person?
Pote: I hope you never have to find out, mijo. It’s a terrible thing.
Part of taking a life is dealing with the aftermath. This is not one of your video games. This is nasty, this is dirty, it’s real and you need to see that.Pote
You are both killers and I’m a fool for believing you both. Oh God, what did I get myself in to?Emilia
Teresa: Listen, my life is so messy right now, and I can’t be honest with you. There are things that you don’t know and I can’t see you anymore.
Eddie: What are you talking about?
Teresa: I think it’s better we stop.
Teresa: I’ve lived most of my life running from my past.
Eddie: That’s not living, that’s surviving.
Teresa: There’s only one person who profits off of us at war.
Marcel: The judge.
Teresa: The only way for people like him to stay in power is to keep people like us at each other’s throats.
Marcel: Slavemaster mentality. Ain’t a new thing around here.
She told me that Santeria was created when the slave masters would force their slaves to practice Christianity, so the slaves banded together and created their own secret religion so they could keep their own faith. Mi tia survived life in Culiacán, she survived cancer. Dumas men fired at me at point blank range. A bullet went right through my jacket and didn’t even touch me.Pote
Teresa: I thought we would be safe here.
Pote: Building this business with decency has never been done. They see a soft heart and they think weakness.
Teresa: Do you think it’s weakness?
Pote: I think it’s courage but I also know that you will have to change to become the person that you’re supposed to be.
Teresa: What if that person scares me?
Her money may get us a shiny, new correctional facility much faster than we thought, where she’ll have her own private room if she survives that long.Lafayette
I’d love to think that that hurricane you came in with was all about my undeniable sex appeal, unfortunately for my ego, I know better.Eddie
I’ve spent some time in your country. I know your people like to haggle but this isn’t some Tijuana flea market, Ms. Mendoza. My price is final. Now you can pay it or you can haggle with tourists over five dollars souvenirs. Your choice.LaFayette
Javier: Are we crazy to want something different in this life?
Teresa: I don’t know.