On SWAT Season 1 Episode 3 the team goes after a big time drug ring turned human traffickers. While they work hard to save the lives of Filipino immigrants, Street finds himself in hot water thanks to his mom.

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When you watch SWAT Season 1 Episode 3 "Pamilya" you'll get much more insight into the personal lives of the team -- especially Street. He's determined to do anything he can to help his mother, even if it means using his position in law enforcement to threaten a criminal. After getting into a scuffle and jeopardizing his spot on the team, Hondo agrees to give him another chance. Hondo also learns that Street's mom is not the honest woman she portrays herself to be and he makes sure she will no longer manipulate her son for her own benefit. This episode is focused heavily on family ideals and it seems that Hondo has finally embraced Street as part of the pack.

While working a case involving trafficked Filipino immigrants, the team is able to reunited separated families, and reveals more about how close they really are to each other.

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On SWAT Season 1 Episode 3, newcomer Jim Street jeopardizes his spot on Hondo's team when he agrees to do a favor for his incarcerated mother.


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S.W.A.T. Season 1 Episode 3 Quotes

Luca: Look, guys, you know how it goes. I need a place to stay tonight. So cut the suspense, tell me whose car to throw my stuff in.
Chris: Not me, sorry Luca.
Tan: I took him last time. Deac?
Deacon: No way. New baby. End of story.
Street: What's going on?
Chris: Luca got kicked out of his apartment by his girlfriend. That's three in as many years.
Luca: Yeah, rule is someone from the team has to take me in.
Tan: 'Til he gets on his feet.
Street: What is that, like some kind of bro code?
Luca: No, SWAT code. Far more sacred.
Street: Wait, wait, wait. So you break up and the girls get your apartment? You need a new lawyer.

Karen: It's wrong to ask you. I shouldn't have called. I have no place asking you for anything.
Street: You got every place to ask me whatever you want.
Karen: Jimmy, you don't owe me anything.
Street: I owe you everything.
Karen: I chose to stay with your father when things got ugly.
Street: And you did the right thing by taking him out.