Hey, buddy. What's happening, babe? What's up, Nick?
We've got a young fop here, man. Yeah?
Nice bike. Fast, huh?
Yeah. Oh, yeah?
Ain't you got nothing better to do with your Sundays?
Yeah, I got 50 on Nick, man.
What do you say?
Yeah, sure. I'll take your Social Security.
Take him, Nick.
You're a real fucking wacko, you know that, pal?
Nicky, it's me.
The school called again.
We're another month behind. That makes three.
I told them we'd send a check, okay?
Oh, I'm taking the kids to Mom's on Saturday.
You could have them the next Saturday.
Listen, good luck today. Bye.
Hi. Nick Conklin? Barney Yudell, attorney.
Do yourself a favor. Wear a jacket and tie today.
See you at 10:00.
Hey. How are you, pal, huh? Dad!
Hi, Dad. Come here. Hi, buddy. Give me a kiss.
He got in trouble. He called Sister Elizabeth a name...
and she heard. What did you call Elizabeth?
An ugly goose. Ugly goose, huh?
I've heard you say worse things than that.
Listen, honey, I want you to give this money to Mommy, okay?
Okay. I'm gonna see you in about two days.
Have a good day at school. Okay.
All right, pal, you hanging on tight? Yeah.
You still want to go in the rain? Yeah? Yeah.
Dale, Nicky. Okay?
Right here. Right here.
What do you see, baby?
Baby, I hope somebody's paying you to wear that goddamn suit.
Almost. Come on. Get on.
I don't want anybody seeing you walk around like that.
Take me for a ride? Let's go.
Look out, Nicky.
Got some new Bostonians. 85 bucks a pop, babe.
Let's hope they threw in some socks with them.
Ladies of the '80s are going for shoes.
Yeah? Where did you hear that? I read it in a magazine.
They say it's the second place they're looking.
Listen, I was thinking.
I hear that when Internal Affairs comes to see you,
it's not as bad as when you go to see them.
I don't know. I'll let you know when it's over.
Here's the idea. Yeah?
You dazzle the bastards. You go in uniform,
you show them your breast bars.
I'm serious. A detective like you,
you got commendations up the ying-yang.
They should be naming a wing in Attica after you.
Hey, Farentino, you ugly mug!
Hey, Vincent. Off and on. Let's go. Come on, huh?
Grab your dick and count to infinity, babe.
Where we meeting? Scalari's? Lunch on me.
We'll see how it goes, babe.
What do you mean, "We'll see how it goes"?
We'll see how it goes. Conklin, if you don't show up,
you're going to be in real trouble, Conklin, okay?
1300. Do or die. You got it.
Hey, you watch your tail, cowboy. All right?
You guys ready? Yeah, baby.
You'll walk, Nick, if you tell the truth and you keep your wits.
Run your mouth and they'll screw you, man.
I got nothing to hide.
I hope not, for my sake.
Conklin. Hey, Bobby. How you doing?
Hey, Nick. Hey, listen, good luck tonight.
How's your lawyer? Hardly know him.
Let me tell you something, Nicky.
If these people get their way,
you'll get to know him real well.
Hell, you'll probably be sending his kids through college.
It's quite an impressive record.
A regular hero.
Tell me about Monty Ronan.
Good cop. He's... He's the kind of guy...
you want backing you up when the shit goes down.
That's what you think? Yeah. Yeah, that's what I think.
He's dirt and you know it. Oh, yeah?
Well, you worked the streets with him, huh?
Hey, pal, we got 30 homicides a week, you know.
Tell us about Patrick Donleavy.
All right, my client has no knowledge...
of any malfeasance on the part of that officer.
Your client's in a good position to know.
28 June, '88, your unit arrested three suspects.
Cash was logged in at $65,000 and change.
We have reason to believe there was over $73,000...
in the vehicle you impounded.
Says who? There are sources.
Well, now we're listening to the suspects instead of the cops, huh?
It depends on the cop.
I don't like heroes, Conklin. They think the rules don't apply.
Hey, look, I try to do my job, okay? It ain't easy out there.
And I'm clean.
Well, Detective, you have, what? A couple of kids at St. John's,
house payments, alimony, apartment.
That's a king-sized nut. I admire your thrift.
Well, life's a bitch.
We did the math, hero.
You're at least 1,000 a month in the hole.
You're into the shylocks. You're taking.
Hey, you want to charge me, okay, you charge me.
You want to jerk off, you go back to your office. Knock it off.
We'll charge you. Someone will help us out.
Nobody's got a softer center than a dirty cop.
You want dirt, huh? You go to City Hall, huh? Police Plaza.
I mean, the whole goddamn system's falling apart...
and you're busting my ass?
Suits, man. Come on.
You okay? Yeah.
How's the girls in Japan?
What is the most important control exercised by the sergeant...
as a first-line supervisor?
A, cost control, B, manpower... B, manpower control.
Manpower control, my ass.
What are we going here for, sergeant or Supreme Court Justice?
If you want the braid, you gotta know the stuff. How'd it go?