From the episode "Suspect":
Jack-"I meant what I said before, Graham. You care about these kids. That's why you took Andy under your wing. He was confused, vulnerable. You were the only one who understood him."
Graham Spaulding-"Is that right?"
Jack-"I think so. But then he turned on you, didn't he? I know how that feels. Know how painful that can be. You pour yourself into someone -- your time, energy, and devotion. You give them everything they need to grow and then they just abandon you."
Graham Spaulding-"Are you speaking from experience?"
Jack-"Sure. You love someone ... you make love to someone ... you give your life to them and then they don't even look at you."
Jack-"The power that you have with those boys -- what that must feel like."
Graham Spaulding-"What boys?"
Jack-"Andy, Eric Lipinski, Robert Griffith. I know there have been others."
Graham Spaulding-"There have been many."
Jack-"Do me a favor, Graham. Tell me what it's like ... the moment that youtake them out. Tell me. You can see the terror in their eyes, right? You can feel their hearts racing. You can feel the cold sweat under your hands just before you stick the needle in. It must be such a rush."
Jack-"You never got a chance to go back to him because he's still out there. He's waiting ... It must be hard. It must be hard knowing that he's out there ... waiting. The touch of his skin ... the feel of him under you. I understand you, Graham, I do. I've been to that school. I've seen those beautiful boys. Their beautiful bodies ... to hold all that innocence in your arms ... to take ... the power. It must be really frustrating knowing that Andy is out there waiting for you ... waiting ... waiting ... waiting and you can't get back to him. You can't be with him one last time. But I tell you what I'm going to do. I'm going to give you fifteen minutes with him, if you tell me where he is."
Graham Spaulding-"You'd do that?"
Jack-"I'll give you fifteen minutes with him ... alone. You can do whatever you want.
Graham Spaulding-"Fifteen minutes."
Jack-"Whatever you want."
That episode is sooooo good! The whole interrogation Jack does with Spaulding gives me chills everytime. I also watched "Silent Partner". My favorite quote from that episode is where Vivian and Jack are talking about Martin going to San Diego to work with Danny on the case:
Vivian-"Should we send a referee?"
Jack-"Nah, let 'em duke it out."
Hee. Also I think this is the first time Danny calls Martin "Fitzy".
P.S. I need to find out the name of the song they play during the episode "Suspect. It is so good and so haunting: "One of these mornings, one of these mornings / won't be very long, won't be very long / you will look for me, you will look for me / I'll be gone, I'll be gone..."