You know, one of the things you miss in here is being able to say good night to someone that’s not an animal in a f*****g zoo.
Trevor, after 9/11, two things happened. You started calling guys “Abdul Fazul,” and Homeland Security started putting up cameras everywhere. You didn’t go home.
They come up with their story, we come up with ours. The jury gets to decide which they like best. Now, the good news is we get to hear what their story is first before we have to tell them ours. So we keep our mouths shut until we know what they’re doing.
It’s like having a nuclear arsenal. You don’t want to use it, but if the other side knows you got it, they tend to come to the table sooner.
I wanna tell you something, and it’s the most important thing you’ll ever hear in your entire life, so don’t not hear it. Shut it!
What we’re gonna do when we’re done here, just so you know, is run some tests. You know why? Because you’re a crime scene, Nasir. Just like the house, and the cab, and Andrea, and it’s our job to collect everything we can from a crime scene. And here’s what we’re gonna find, if you ask me. Her in the cab, the cab on her, you in the house, the house on you, you on her, her on you, the knife on you, her on the knife.