Oscar Vega: You trying to be cute?
: Oh, I know I'm cute.
(Oscar Vega has "accidentally" slipped the victim's wallet out of his pocket to get his name)
: (talking about the dead body she has to examine) Have you been putting your hands all over my body
Oscar Vega: No ma'am no, not without permission.
In "Against All Odds":
Flynn: So how about that fireman?
Rogers: All spark and no flame.
In "Out of the Past":
Flynn: Who's driving?
Vega: Rock, paper, scissors?
*Vega throws scissors, Flynn throws a thumbs-up*
Vega: What's that?
*Flynn still doesn't get to drive the car*
In "Fallen Angel":
(After Flynn's and Lucas's rapid-fire back and forth recap)
: You two should book a tour in Las Vegas.
In "Brute Force":
In "Raw Deal":
Oscar: This steering wheel is a dharmachakra, the Buddhist symbol for the path to enlightenment.
: Well, it looks like Kevin lost his way.
Angie: You didn't get the promotion?
Oscar: Partner, let it go. It's just a job. We have a homicide to investigate.
In "They Made Me a Criminal":
Chris Renway: [Dustin] was turning over a new leaf, for us. You know, just doing a bit of dealing on the side.
While it shouldn't be that amusing given the general Tear Jerker
nature of the scene with Diana's husband being in prison, this one part stands out
Diane Robinson: (casts glance at suspicious injury on her husband's face) What happened?
(Diana looks very skeptical)
Later, Angie and Oscar are checking out a possible lead, and have come across a truck with numerous parking tickets on its windshield.
: Well, I'm sensing Mr. Hitchens has a problem with authority. (beat, notices messy dashboard as well)
Oscar: We may have to let [Daniel] walk.
In "Dead End":
: (Phoning Manny, her son)
It's your mom. You know, the woman who... gave you life. So maybe you could, uh, call me back?
In "Bad Blonde":
(Sgt. Cross was out with Angie questioning the wife of one of the suspects, and Vega decides to rib her a bit)
Oscar: But listen, in the interest of full disclosure, I should tell you that I've been working with another detective as well.
Angie: Aw, get in the car!
Oscar: And we've solved many, many murders together.
: Many! I'm just saying.
(Angie is engaging in the typical morbid humor often used by cops in talking to Betty)
Angie: Lorazepam is prescribed for panic attacks. So Graeme's final moments might not have been that terrifying?
In "Angels with Dirty Faces":
- A common refrain from characters (given that the murder was staged as a BDSM scene) is to append "... or so I've heard" when they discuss specifics of BDSM-related incidents.
(Angie and Oscar have just arrived at the crime scene)
Brian Lucas: It looks like Mr. Dent forgot his safe word.
Oscar: Pretty sure she was talking about you, sir.
Brian: Oh, no, Mary and I don't do those...
(hurriedly) Oh, yeah, that's too much information.
(Vega has a little more fun at Lucas's expense)
Brian: Well, the assortment of toys...
Angie: (chuckles) Toys?
Brian: (hesitantly) Sexual accessories?
(speaking into microphone in room) No, we understand, Lucas.
(Angie has just remembered forensics people go over laptops of murder victims)
Angie: (quietly, to Vega) Speaking of which, when I die, I want you to erase my search history, please, okay? Before anyone sees it?
In "A Bullet for Joey":
- The victim, Joey Duncamp, has just driven up to an auto shop and is chatting up Erin, an attractive blond woman:
Erin: Nice car.
Joey: Well, when I'm done here, maybe I could take you for a ride.
Erin: Ah, I don't know. I heard these had a recall. (beat) Hmm. Something about undersized nuts behind the wheel.