Tandy Bowen: She didn't mean any by what she...
Tyrone Johnson: No. It's pretty clear what she meant. All of this... is on me.
Tandy Bowen: Or it's on them.
Tyrone Johnson: Who?
Tandy Bowen: The people in the club. A lot of them buy from those gangs, Ty, and they'll do it tomorrow, too. Not how much you steal. No matter how many dealers drops dead. Everybody plays their part.
Tyrone Johnson: Tandy, you can't blame people for...
Tandy Bowen: Then why not? Why not? Those people choose misery. And I'm sick of watching it.
Tyrone Johnson: People don't choose to struggle, Tandy. You don't choose the hurt. Doing nothing is not a solution.
Tandy Bowen: Like Brigid said, we're not helping anything, Ty. We're not doing any good! And maybe people don't want to be saved. By us, or at all.
Tandy Bowen: We didn't know who else to call.
Detective Brigid O'Reilly: I distinctly remember telling you to let the police handle this.
Tyrone Johnson: That is what I was doing. I-I was recording the meeting so you can have evidence...
Detective Brigid O'Reilly: You were recording it? We were the ones that organized this, Tyrone! To stop the gang war you started.
Tyrone Johnson: That's why I was trying to help.
Detective Brigid O'Reilly: Oh, yes. Tyrone and his "helping." I know all about that.
Tandy Bowen: Hey, that's not fair. He didn't kill anybody.
Detective Brigid O'Reilly: No, he didn't. Just like he didn't kill Fuchs. But it doesn't really matter, does it? 'Cause they're all dead. Have you touched anything?
Tandy Bowen: Only the recorder.
Detective Brigid O'Reilly: [takes the recorder] Get out of here. I have a mess to clean up.
Tyrone Johnson: Brigid...
Detective Brigid O'Reilly: If you don't leave now, I'll arrest both of you myself.