Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 10: "Brotherhood" Quotes
Upton: You can't let him do this. Not after what happened to Olinsky.
Voight: I would stop right there. Whatever this is -- anger at me, difference of opinion. emotion getting the best of you for a guy your dating -- I would stop and walk right back out that door.
Upton: It's all those things. And trust me, I don't want to be here. I don't want to be risking my career for a guy I'm dating, but here I am. He has my loyalty, and I don't know how to help him. So, I'm asking you.
Voight: Hailey, I'm doing everything I can to help him. Everything. But at the end of the day, it's going to be his decision, not mine.
Upton: Are you insane? There are a thousand ways this goes wrong. A thousand ways you end up on the wrong end of this. If IRT came to question you that means there's discrepancies in your story. You are risking your career, jail time.
Ruzek: I know.
Upton: Your life. For what? Some half-ass notion of loyalty?
Ruzek: It is not a notion. It's Antonio. It's Voight. It's our unit. It's OUR unit. And I'm going to protect it every time. Every time! That's who I am. Why do you have a problem with that?
Upton: I don't have a problem with that. I have a problem with something happening to you.
Ruzek: No, you have a problem with my damn ethics, Hailey. You always have had a problem with that. And I'm not going to talk about policing with you again.
Upton: Listen. This has nothing to do with police loyalty, it has to do with you. I care about you.
Halstead (interrupting): I can hear you guys in the stairwell. What the hell are you doing?
Upton: Nothing. It's fine, sorry.
Halstead: You cannot be having this conversation here.
Voight: Who the hell do you think you are? You don't protect me. I protect you. That's my job. I'm the one who allowed Antonio to be there. This is on me. From this point on, you don't say another word about this, you get me?
Ruzek: Yes, sir.
Ruzek is dealing with an officer-involved death investigation. And that's the last this team will discuss it. You never have to explain something you didn't say or hear.Voight