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Deputy Police Chief Brenda Johnson runs the Priority Homicide Division of the LAPD with an unorthodox style. Her innate ability to read people and obtain confessions helps her and her team solve the city's toughest, most sensitive cases.
Sgt. David Gabriel: You brought your cat to a crime scene? Brenda Leigh Johnson: It's not my cat, it just lives with me and eats at my house.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Thank you, thank you so much.
Det. Lt. Provenza: Ok, everybody; mark the date. [long pause] Det. Lt. Provenza: I was wrong.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: If you don't mind, Lieutenant, I like to have the answers before I ask questions.
Hairdresser: Shouldn't I have a lawyer? Brenda Leigh Johnson: You could call a lawyer... but if you do I'll tear this custody agreement into little pieces and Dean will walk away with your baby the minute it's born.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: We are running him down the flagpole and that's all that there is to it. If you want to examine the body, you may do so after I'm done. [Albert's body comes crashing through the window] Brenda Leigh Johnson: I'm done.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Are you trying to encourage me or make me nervous? Asst. Police Chief Will Pope: I'm just trying to figure out why you're so damn confident you can get this woman to help you. Brenda Leigh Johnson: Well, because, Will, I know a little something about admiring the boss and finding out he's not the guy you thought he was.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Do I look hurt to you, Will? Asst. Police Chief Will Pope: No. Unless I'm mistaken, that's your angry face.