"You don't necessarily show the best judgement when beautiful women are involved." "How would I even know if she's a beautiful woman?" "I don't know, it's kinda spooky actually. But if there's a stunning woman with questionable character in the room, Matt Murdock's gonna find her and Foggy Nelson is going to suffer?"
"I exposed criminal activity." "And had you taken that information to any law enforcement agency your rights may have been protected but instead you went to the New York Bulletin, a privately owned news organisation."
"I read every big story with your byline. The VA kickbacks, toxic runoff, the Teachers Union scandal. Hell, you pretty much brought down the Italian mob back when I was in diapers. Whatever happened to that reporter, Mr. Urich?" "He got old. And a hell of a lot less stupid."
"Marci, convincing my client to agree to your terms, that's your job and I'm not going to do it for you. See you think there are only two options, these tenants take the pay out and leave or leave without taking it, but given how long they've put up with Tully's bullshit, I think you're actually afraid that Mrs. Cardenas and her neighbours will find a way to get by."
"I have already been hurt by those bastards. You know I don't care what I signed or how much money they paid me to forget, I don't, and I'm not going to just stick my head in the sand and let it happen to somebody else because I am scared. Which I am, a lot."
"This city needs me in that mask Foggy." "Maybe you're right, maybe it does. But I don't, I only ever needed my friend. I wouldn't have kept this from you Matt, not from you." "You don't know that, you don't know that."
"What you said last night, you were right. No matter what's going on between me and Matt, it doesn't change anything with Fisk. I'm gonna keep digging, you can't just run around killing people and call yourself a human being."
"Last time you went after Fisk I found you half dead, more than half. You go after him in the mask again he might kill you, or you might kill him while would probably have the same effect on someone as catholic as you are." "What am I supposed to do? How do I stop him?" "By using the law."
"Mrs. Urich I, I think it's my fault what happened to Ben, I pushed him into a story that he didn't want..." "Ben Urich never got pushed into doing anything he didn't want to do. He was a reporter, that's what he lived for, and he passed doing what he loved, what he had to do."