|Full Name||Hailey Anne Upton|
|Alias||Kelly, Riley, Candy, Allie|
|Affiliation||Chicago Police Department|
|Department||Intelligence Unit |
Police Officer (former)
|Relationships||Jay Halstead (partner/fiancé/best friend) |
Adam Ruzek (friend/ex-boyfriend)
|Family||Unnamed mother |
|Friends||Jay Halstead (partner/best friend/fiancé) |
|Seasons||4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
|Portrayed by||Tracy Spiridakos|
Detective Hailey Upton is a member of the Chicago Police Intelligence Unit. She is also the fiancé and partner of detective Jay Halstead.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Relationships
- 3 Notes and Trivia
- 4 Memorable quotes
- 5 Appearances
As a child, her father ran a diner in Greektown. Mr. Upton was very abusive, as he would regularly beat her mother, brothers, and herself. Despite the abuse, her mother remained at the house with her father even long after she and her siblings moved away.
When the diner was robbed in 2003, by which time she was 12, she stayed by the desk of Sergeant Trudy Platt, who was part of a Robbery-Homicide unit at the time, until it was solved, all the while worrying for the health of her father. This event, combined with the countless childhood abuse, inspired Upton to become a policewoman, where she originally became a member of that same Robbery-Homicide unit.
Hailey is introduced during Fagin, when she crosses paths with Intelligence and tries to make it clear that they are working her case but the chief speaks in favor of Intelligence. Hailey is allowed to work with this case and her own dealings with the case helps uncover teen robbers being given orders by a former convict who cannot himself perform robberies because of a physical impairment. She is also surprised that she is able take part in interrogation by Lindsay. At the end of the episode, Hailey complimented Hank for helping one of the youthful robbers so they can still live a life once out of jail. Hank soon offers Hailey a spot in his unit. Taken aback by this, Hailey does not give him an answer but does consider it. He tells her symbolically to leave the door open.
In Army of One, Upton is shown entering the bullpen confirming she's taken the job. She is partnered with Erin Lindsay for her first days at Intelligence. In the episode Fork in the Road, Hailey covers for Lindsay's misstep with a suspect, telling Platt that what she says in the interview won't reflect poorly on Lindsay nor the unit, thus already proving her loyalty to the team.
Lindsay then chose to accept a job offer with the FBI. She Turned down the offer with the FBI. Hailey is now partnered with Detective Jay Halstead, with whom she relates to on a personal level.
As of Reform, Hailey is shown to be partnered with Halstead. When the teams attacks a known gang spot, she finds a young girl shot and is then shown covered in blood, visibly jarred by the situation. Later in the episode, ballistics prove that Jay was the one that shot the girl. Hailey shows major compassion and support for her partner's unfortunate situation in the episode. Hailey is also seen to accompany the squad to meet Antonio Dawson.
During Snitch, Hailey is furious at Adam Ruzek for punching a suspect after he insulted her. After this, a complaint is filed against Adam. Hailey is hesitant to cover for him as she's intent to be on the side of the truth, but in the end her loyalty wins out.
In Fallen, Hailey is reunited with her old partner Sean McGrady, who is now a sergeant for a Narcotics unit. She shows disregard toward him due to a shaky workplace relationship. Because of her awkwardness, Jay implies that Hailey was once involved with him, but that is never confirmed. After approached by Voight, she is forced to work with McGrady on a case. When responding to a call from McGrady, she is shaken when he is found shot. After investigating his death, Upton finds evidence to prove that McGrady actually committed suicide. Reluctantly she attends McGrady’s funeral and is disgusted that he was being revered as a hero. Later confronted by Voight as they leave, Hailey says that while McGrady was a good cop, he was not a good man and had little other redeeming qualities, recounting his past actions such as cheating on his wife and actively trying to sabotage her police career. Though reluctant, Hailey is convinced by Voight bury the evidence to keep McGrady's name intact, in consideration for his children needing his pension.
In Care Under Fire, Hailey is unsettled about Jay's involvement in a case which could trigger his PTSD from his military service. Throughout the case she constantly questions Halstead and his actions. This is continued into Rabbit Hole, where Hailey must work against her partner for his own good. In the end, she covers for him by intimidating Camila Vega, saying she'll bury Vega if she tells on Jay.
In Confidential, Hailey and Kim Burgess work together to solve a case involving a prostitution ring. Upton and Burgess butt heads on how to handle their confidential informants. One of Upton's CI's has information that can help solve the case, but Hailey decides to not use it, telling Kim that if they use the information, her CI might wind up dead. After solving the case, Hailey tells Kim that sometimes, you have to trust your gut and not the book. They leave the locker room agreeing on grabbing dinner later this weekend. Hailey also threatens to get a new partner, if Jay doesn't take therapy seriously. Because of her reaction, Jay finally goes to therapy again. Later in Chasing Monsters, Hailey asks Jay about therapy and is happy to hear that it benefits him.
In Ghosts, Intelligence unit investigates a meth dealer that Upton knows. Hailey asks Voight for permission to bring back an old undercover identity to help take down the meth ring spearheaded by a former criminal contact, Ron Booth. After reviewing the old case file, Voight asks her about Garrett Thompson, Hailey's old partner. Hailey reveals that she was under as his girlfriend. Booth never liked him and one day Garret was gone. Hailey insisted that he was killed, though the body was never recovered. Hailey asks Voight to put her under so that she can introduce Jay as a potential buyer and bust Booth. Hailey eventually gets in contact with Booth and tries to take him down. While talking about the past, Booth apologizes for what happened at a New Year's party. Jay gets curious and reaches out to Hailey's old case officer, Jeff Rafferty, to find out what really happened to his partner that day. He later confronts Hailey and asks what happened. Hailey tells him that she was trying to get information from a drunken Booth. Booth had other things in mind and tried to rape her. Hailey got away and went to the hospital after being beaten. Jay questions her closeness to the case, but Hailey promises that she is okay. The next day, Hailey goes to Booth to set up a meet with Jay. Booth agrees to meet Jay and tells her the details. When Booth meets up with Jay, he asks whether Jay had slept with Hailey. Jay says no and Booth calls off the meeting. After telling Voight what happened, Voight tells the partners to shut down the undercover operation. Hailey infuriated that Booth might get away, goes behind Voights back and decides to confront Booth one last time. Jay finds out and follows her to Booth's warehouse. After showing him the money, Booth agrees to do business finally. Jay approaches Hailey at her undercover apartment and demands an explanation. Hailey tells Jay that she needs Booth back in prison for some closure for Garrett's death. They meet Booth later and before they can exchange the money and drugs, things go sideways. Booth figures out Hailey and Jay are cops and run. Hailey goes after him and get into an altercation. Hailey gets the upper hand and points a gun towards him demanding a confession for Garretts murder. Jay talks Hailey out of pulling the trigger asking her to trust him. Hailey lowers her weapon and Jay arrests Booth. At the end of the episode, Jay goes to Hailey's place and shares a drink with her, even after she says she wants to be alone. After talking, Hailey reveals to Jay that she had loved Garrett.
During New Normal, Hailey tries to get Adam to understand Antonio's side of the story pertaining the events that occured with the previous case. While trying to solve the case, Adam brings Hailey into the middle of the quarrels with Antonio and she becomes angered with it. At the end of the episode, Hailey is one of the pallbearers at Alvin's funeral and pays tribute to her fallen comrade.
In Endings, Jay deals with the loss of his father, who dies in a building fire. While investigating the arson, Hailey tries to be there for him, but everytime she tries to get him to talk, Jay shuts her down or takes out all his anger at her, using her as his human punching bag. After Jay's near-death situation, Hailey and Adam decide to go out for drinks. At the end of Endings, continuing with Bad Boys, Hailey and Adam hook up, after an emotional day.
In Fathers and Sons, Hailey goes undercover and successfully infiltrates a drug deal. She has Adam pose as her rich boyfriend. When they meet the leader, things go good until Adam spots a familiar cop. Hailey noticed that Adam was nervous around him and asks about it and he tells her that the cop they saw was his father Bob Ruzek. Adam keeps the new discovery a secret and continues to solve the case, but Hailey doesn't like it and tells Adam to tell Voight about his dad or she will. Adam finally tells Voight and they figure out a plan. While trying to bring down the leader, Bob gets shot and goes to the hospital. The episode ends with Hailey meeting Adam at the hospital and being there for him.
During True or False, Intelligence investigates the brutal beating and death of an alderman’s wife. After talking to a witness, they identify the suspect as Devin Williams and bring him in. After many attempts of getting a confession by the other members, Hailey goes over the suspects background and sees a weakness. While interrogating Devin, she asks about the abuse in his childhood. She connects with the suspect, by opening up about her own abusive childhood. After finally getting a confession out of Devin, she is congratulated by Voight on her job well done. Hailey insists she made up those stories about her past when Ruzek asks her, saying that she was playing Devin. Later in the day, Jay pulls Hailey aside and shows her a credible security footage which shows that Devin was somewhere else during the murder. This proves that Devin was not the actual killer. When she goes to confront Devin about this false confession, she finds Devin dead. Jay tries to be there for her and tells her she didn't do anything wrong. The team later finds out that the Alderman was involved in the murder of his wife and arrest him. Hailey later confesses to Ruzek that the stories about her past were true. Throughout the case, her and Ruzek continue to try to keep their relationship a secret.
When a case gets personal to Halstead in Trigger, Hailey is there for him. She shows much resistance to prejudice and bias, insisting not all Muslims are terrorists and giving the benefit of the doubt to a woman hiding something under her burqa. At the end of the case, she is very supportive of her partner, listening to Jay talk about his past in the military and refusing to leave him alone with his guilt because of the "thing that works between us".
Descent and Brotherhood shows her relationship with Ruzek deepening, as she is afraid of something happening to him after he covers up a crime for his fellow team member. In the latter episode, Halstead walks in on them having a personal conversation and realizes they have a romantic relationship. Hailey apologizes for keeping it a secret from him, to which he responds that they're "always gonna be good".
In Outrage, Hailey shows to have Jay's back after someone from his past, who he despises, is involved in a case they are working. When this person is found dead, Jay is the number one suspect. Jay asks Hailey if she thinks he is involved, and she quickly says no, showing that she believes he is innocent. Once they find the real killer, Jay and Hailey have a beer at a bar talking about the day they both just had. During their conversation, Adam calls Hailey and Jay tells her she should go. Hailey agrees and leaves Jay alone at the bar.
In Ties That Bind, The team go undercover to bust guys selling gins. During a buy, things go wrong and Hailey and her fellow officer Kim Burgess are kidnapped. As the ranking officer, Upton convinces Burgess to stay put and let the team come to them. As the team searches for their friends. Burgess and Upton tries to take control of the situation, but things go wrong. Burgess manages to get away but Hailey is badly beaten in the process. The guys finally find them, and bring them home. Burgess also finds out about Hailey and Adam's relationship and they talk. They share a drink and Hailey tells Kim the reason why she hid her relationship. She tells her that in her old unit she was dating a sergeant when she was meritoriously promoted to detective. Even though she earned the promotion, everybody assumed it was because of her boyfriend. Since then she has kept her personal life private.
In Good Men, Hailey backs up Jay about a decision. When Jay later asks why she did it, Hailey responds with, "I trusted you. I've trusted you from the day I've met you. And if I was gonna follow someone blind, I'd follow you."
In Sacrifice, Hailey and Adam respond to an armed robbery. While working the case, tension grows between the couple, when Hailey made a call that Adam didn't approve. After taking advice from Platt, they realize after a tough case on which they had disagreements, that the relationship between them isn’t working. Partly because it's hard dating and working together, but Hailey also says they both know it's more than that, most likely referencing his romance with Burgess.
Familia sees newcomer Vanessa Rojas joining the unit, and she is partnered with Hailey, who Voight appoints to suss Rojas out because he knew Hailey will be straight with him. At first Hailey is upset by this split in partnership between her and Jay, but eventually accepts it and even takes Rojas under her wing, inviting her to stay at her place.
In the three-part crossover Infection, Hailey is quarantined with a young girl, once again revealing more about the robbery in her childhood. She is also concerned when Jay is held captive by a doctor who is trying to release a deadly virus on the city. Ultimately, to catch their suspect, Hailey fires the shot to distract him, resulting in his death.
Informant shows Hailey's relationship with one of her CI's and how his death deeply rattles her. She is forced to go against her gut to protect the murderer of her CI, and in the end revealing she has difficulty carrying his death.
During Mercy, she is extremely worried when Jay is kidnapped, feeling guilty about keeping his secret of what he was up to, and does everything she can to find him. Ultimately he is shot and rushed to the hospital where he has an emergency surgery performed. Absolution shows her struggling to deal with his uncertain fate, to which Rojas reveals it’s hard for Hailey because she loves Jay. Ultimately, she is relieved to see he survived the shooting, almost admitting to him that the event made her realize her feelings for him.
In 43rd and Normal, Hailey is happy when Jay is back at work even if he has to be on desk duty.
During The Devil You Know, Hailey is once again forced to work with the person who murdered her CI in Informant. A dark side is shown of Hailey, as she goes to extreme lengths to get justice. Jay follows her to try and talk her out of it, but she insists that she is fine.
Intimate Violence gets personal for Hailey, as she relates to a female witness of a robber, who is being abused. She reveals to Jay that she used to wish somebody would come in and stop her father, like Jay did with the abusive husband.
In Lines, Hailey steps deeper into the dark side as she crosses lines of no return in order to help Rojas. Figuring out what she has done, Voight sends her to the FBI where she'll learn to see the lines again.
The first episode of season 8 shows Hailey back from the FBI. She struggles a bit with the new normal for police following recent events such as George Floyd and BLM protests.
In the following episode, Unforgiven, Jay and Hailey are shown in the bed together early in the morning, making out. Their clothes are on the floor suggesting they spent the night together. Hailey says she doesn’t want to go to work but stay there with him. They are interrupted by Hailey being texted that her father had a heart attack. They head out to see him but end up catching a case. Throughout the episode Jay tries to be supportive of her while she’s battling with deciding if she’s going to visit her father in the hospital or not, considering his abuse of her and their family in the past. Jay’s speech to a suspect about good people realizing other people make mistakes and forgiving them triggers Hailey, who feels like he was referencing her and her father. He says he wasn’t and “you know I’m on your side”, to which she replies she doesn’t want his help with this. Ultimately, she tells him she’s gonna visit her father, but upon seeing him in the hospital, she can’t face him and walks away with tears in her eyes. Hailey later lies to Jay saying that she did talk to her father and that she was glad she did. Jay's facial expressions indicate that he might not believer her, but he doesn't push for answers and the topic isn't brought up again.
In the latter episode, Hailey also struggles after her father is hospitalized after a heart attack. Considering she was abused by him in her childhood, ultimately she can’t forgive him enough to go talk to him.
Erin and Hailey meet in season 4 episode 21, Fagin. They get partnered up after Hailey joins the Unit in in the next episode. This causes a little awkwardness between her, Erin, and Jay due to the fact that Jay and Erin had previously dated and had been partners for the past 4 years. She and Erin are sent to find a victim and a suspect and the two of them have an honest conversation on the drive over. Hailey states that she didn't intend to "throw sand in the gears," when she inquires about Erin's relationship with Halstead, which Erin tells her, "not to worry about it," implying that it wasn't her fault. Erin adds, "It was probably time for a change anyway." They show that they can work well together and get along at the same time while talking to a suspect. Later in the episode, Erin uses her gun against an offender find the location of a missing tender age boy. Hailey pleads for to stop her, but Erin tells her to leave. When she doesn't, the commander walks in and sees the situation. He benches Erin and Hailey for the rest of the case. Erin and Hailey are seen together waiting on the rest of the unit to get back from finding the kid, only to have Halstead and Olinsky tell them that kid didn't make it. Erin is notified that she and Hailey have to go up against the review board the next day for Erin's actions against the offender while he was in the interrogation room. In the next episode/season finale, Fork in the Road, Erin and Hailey finally go to the review board. Erin tells the board what happened, without a lawyer (FOP representative) present. Hailey goes with her FOP and backs up Erin, solidifying her loyalty to the unit. Eventually, Erin is forced to take the job offer from the FBI to save her mother and leaves Chicago.
Jay and Hailey meet in season 4 episode 21, Fagin. Initially, Jay and Hailey were on uneasy terms with one another because of a case that brought her unit (Robbery-Homicide) against his. After joining Intelligence in the next episode, and she becomes Jay's partner at the start of season 5, their relationship starts off rocky. This is due to the fact that Jay was still dealing with the heartbreak of Erin leaving, but slowly their relationship begins to smooth out; both become good friends and good partners.
Throughout their time as partners, they rely on each other as confidants and for comfort during rough cases. Hailey is the first to suggest Jay get some help after an undercover operation gone awry triggers his underlying PTSD. He declines saying “it’s not his thing”, to which she responds she will have to find another partner if he didn't. This results in him scheduling a therapy session and finally opening up during them. She often asks for updates regarding his sessions and is happy to know that it benefits him. Returning the favor, Jay visits her after a similar operation turned personal for Hailey and he realizes how deeply it affected her, deciding to share a drink with her instead of going to Molly’s with the rest of the Unit.
Over time, she and Jay grew to trust each other more as partners and began to develop a close friendship outside of work. They develop and understanding of each other deep enough to often communicate through eye contact, and they seek out each others advice and know when to step in to help each other out if they think one of them is at acting out during a case. They respect each others opinions and have voiced out their admiration and devotion of each other as their partners, both revealing that they'd follow the other anywhere. Their complete trust in each other is expressed by Hailey, in Good Men, saying "I trusted you from the day I met you." She also reassures him, in Outrage, that she'd never think he murdered their suspect. In Reckoning, when the unit faces disbanding, Jay promises that he's going wherever she goes next in the job. In the same episode, he also protects Hailey by covering her with a vest and his own body when their surveillance van gets shot at. Neither end up injured.
In Intimate Violence, Hailey opens up more to Jay about her own traumatic past, sharing stories of how her father abused her mother. She doesn’t mention him abusing her and her brothers though, which she said he did in season 6’s True or False.
During Tender Age, the pair share a kiss after Hailey decides to not take a job offered to her by the FBI in NY.
Jay and Hailey were partnered in the first episode of season 5 following his ex-girlfriend and former partner, Erin Lindsay's departure from Chicago. From the start they showed a functional professional partnership, although they would sometimes show rocky patches during the first half of the season due to Halstead still trying to get over Erin leaving. However, they gradually become good friends and confidants, having the other's back during cases. Even in the first episode of season 5, Hailey expresses to him, “if there’s anything you need, please let me know”, effectively building a solid base for their looming partnership and friendship. It is shown that he cares for her as well in Fallen, where he expresses a similar “Let me know if you need anything” after a previous colleague of her ends up dead.
Season 6 showed their relationship deepening, from Endings where they first butt heads because of Jay acting out after his father dies, ultimately resulting in Hailey breaking down in tears after thinking Jay was dead when she and Ruzek find him shot on the ground. He is there for her in True or False, where a suspect she interrogated kills himself, saying he wants to make sure she's okay. In Trigger, Jay opens up to Hailey about his military past, which is something we've rarely seen in previous seasons. She comforts him and they head off to share drinks. Hailey meanwhile shows guilt about keeping her relationship with Ruzek from Jay, and though Jay insists that he gets it, we see hints of jealousy from him. For example, in Outrage, after having drinks at a bar, he tells her to go meet Adam with a half hearted smile. In Good Men, Hailey reveals that she trusts him completely, enough to follow him blind, which seems to leave him speechless. In Reckoning, when she says Jay will forget about her just fine, he shakes his head, indicating she means more to him than just a partner.
The next step in their relationship is taken when Jay is shot in season 7 episodes 10, Mercy. Not knowing if he's going to survive, in Absolution, causes Hailey to realize the extent of her feelings for him -- as Rojas points out, "it's hard because you love him." This episode also reveals how well the two know each other, as Hailey speaks of Jay's fear of needles (and hospitals in general), and he begs her to get him out of the hospital when he wakes up, saying she knows how much he hates them. At the end of the episode, Hailey comes close to telling Jay how she feels, though they are interrupted by a phone call and she realizes he's not in the right state of mind.
After Hailey is sent to the FBI field office in New York as Voight's way of punishing her for crossing lines. Jay shows concerns that she won't return, but she reassures him that she will because she misses him. In the next episode, he admits to Trudy Platt that he misses her.
After Hailey returns to Chicago, she later receives a permanent job offer from the FBI in Tender Age. Jay is shown to be bothered by this, and at the end of the episode they have a heart to heart conversation at a bar, where Hailey tries to figure out if he wants her to stay or take it. He evades answering as a way of "practicing self preservation", indicating that he'd be hurt by her leaving if he reveals how he feels first. She tells him she doesn't want to take the job because of him and the team. However, she admits that she is afraid that if she "gains something," she'll be "giving something up", insinuating if she reveals how she feels. She might gain a relationship but lose him as a partner, as they both know the struggles of working together while dating. He tells her that doesn't always have to happen, indicating he wants to give them a try, and she finally admits to him that, "it's been a long time since I saw you as just my partner." To this declaration of her feelings, Jay responds by kissing her.
In the following episode, Unforgiven, Jay and Hailey are shown taking the relationship forward spending their first night at Hailey's apartment. Their relationship continues to grow as they balance being partners and their new relationship, occasionally teasing each other. In Signs of Violence Jay decides to take the next step and say I love you to Hailey, but she has a negative reaction and decides to bury herself in work. Jay tries to get her to open up, but she continues to shut him out. Eventually Hailey finally opens up, telling Jay how the words "I love you" reminds her of the past men that leave her once they realize how much baggage she has. Jay assures her that he wants to be with her and isn't "going anywhere" and Hailey finally tells Jay that she loves him so much.
Their relationship is later tested, in Safe, when Voight finds out about the two partners secret relationship and questions Hailey's judgement on a case, wondering whether Hailey sided with Jay because of their romantic relationship or because it was the right decision. After her confrontation with Voight, Hailey later talks to Jay about setting boundaries at work to help her balance work and their relationship. Jay supports her decision but as the case comes to an end, their job comes between their relationship. They seem to recover from their disagreement because in the season 8 finale, The Other Side, Hailey proposes to Jay after going through a traumatic event, scared of not having Jay in her life.
Like with Jay, she initially was on uneasy terms with Adam, but later becomes friends with him after joining Intelligence.
While rarely partnered with Ruzek, she is often the one to keep him in line, and is unwilling to blindly follow him in breaking protocol. They were both in a romantic relationship with one another which started as a one-night stand, from Bad Boys to Sacrifice, wherein they both agreed they were better off as friends, as they both had feelings for someone else.
Before joining the Unit, Hailey was once partnered with Garrett on an undercover op together. They were posing as a couple, to try and take down criminal boss, Ronald Booth. Hailey reveals to Jay that Garrett was killed during that operation. During that undercover, Hailey says that Garrett had been "talking ring sizes," indicating that either their UCs, or the two of them, were engaged, or about to be before he disappeared. Also, in Ghosts, Hailey reveals to Jay that she was in love with Garrett and that he had been the one to save her from Booth before he raped and killed her several years ago.
Trudy Platt served as her inspiration to be a cop as a kid.
When they met again, Hailey recognized her last name and mentioned their first meeting to Trudy, who had to recall this until being surprised at how Hailey turned out. Trudy was left with tears of joy after hearing that she had such a great impact on Hailey. Ever since, they remained on good terms.
Vanessa and Hailey got along really well. After Vanessa transferred to Intelligence, Hailey offered to bunk with her after hearing she doesn't have a place to stay, to which Vanessa was grateful for. Hailey grows really protective of her new room mate and temporary partner.
Though Hailey and Kim aren't shown to have that deep of a relationship, but they are friends and have been through a lot together. They were kidnapped, during which they helped each other through it. They've also shared drinks and hung out multiple times. Hailey was shown to have great sympathy for Kim after the latter had a miscarriage. She was also worried and respectful of Kim's feelings around Hailey's relationship with Kim's ex, Ruzek.
Their relationship hasn't been dug into that much either, though they'll exchange occasional fist bumps, indicating a healthy friendship.
Notes and Trivia
- Hailey is left-handed.
- She uses a Glock 19 as her sidearm.
- Hailey has so far driven a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT and a Ford Taurus Police Interceptor; since Season 7, she started using a low-profile black Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8.
- She is Greek-American.
- Her actress, Tracy Spiridakos, says she listens to metal and is a dirt bike rider.
- Her radio code is 5021 Henry.
- Her badge number is 55055.
- Her father wanted her to be a lawyer.
- She has a handle of speaking Spanish.
- Like Jay, she has issues with her father.
- Her Class A uniform displays the Superintendent's Award of Valor, Police Medal Award, Special Commendation Award, Arnold Mireles Special Partnership Award, and Police Blue Shield Award.
To Voight: “I always heard you were a son of a bitch, now I know it’s true.” - 4x21
To Adam: "You can't hit people just because they piss you off! Not in front of me anyway." - 5x04
To Jay: "I'm done being your punching bag." - 6x02
To Jay: "We've only been partners for a couple of years, you'll forget about me just fine." - 6x22
To Voight: ”It takes a lot of time and trust to build a partnership that works and Jay and I are working.” - 7x03
To Voight: "I'm not saying he was a good guy, a right guy, a smart guy. But he was my guy. I put him out there! He was mine." - 7x07
To Jay: ”It’s a thing that works between us. One of us doesn’t want the other one around, the other one stays anyway. We talk, we feel better and we’re able to go to work the next day. It works." - 6x07
To Jay: ”I trusted you. I’ve trusted you from the day I met you, and if I was gonna follow someone blind, I’d follow you” - 6x15
To Vanessa about Jay: "Of course I love him, he's my partner." - 7x10
To Jay: "I'm better with you as a partner." - 8x03
To Jay: "It's been a long time since I saw you as just my partner." - 8x03
To Jay: "Jay, I do. I love you so much." - 8x11
To Voight: "After everything that you have spat at me, that I can't handle it, that I'm not gonna be able to sleep at night, that I'm not you, you're right, Sarge. I'm not you. But I am here now, and there's no going back. So you go cross whatever line you're gonna cross, but you remember that you are dragging me to the other side with you." - 8x16
|Season 4 Appearances|
|"The Silos"||"Made a Wrong Turn"||"All Cylinders Firing"||"Big Friends, Big Enemies"||"A War Zone"|
|"Some Friend"||"300,000 Likes"||"A Shot Heard Around the World"||"Don't Bury This Case"||"Don't Read the News"|
|"You Wish"||"Sanctuary"||"I Remember Her Now"||"Seven Indictments"||"Favor, Affection, Malice or Ill-Will"|
|"Emotional Proximity"||"Remember the Devil"||"Little Bit of Light"||"Last Minute Resistance"||"Grasping for Salvation"|
|"Fagin"||"Army of One"||"Fork in the Road"|
|Season 5 Appearances|
|"Reform"||"The Thing About Heroes"||"Promise"||"Snitch"||"Home"|
|"Fallen"||"Care Under Fire"||"Politics"||"Monster"||"Rabbit Hole"|
|Season 6 Appearances|
|"New Normal"||"Bad Boys"||"Endings"||"Ride Along"||""|
|Season 8 Appearances|
|Fighting Ghosts||White Knuckle||Tender Age||Unforgiven||In Your Care|
|Equal Justice||Instinct||Protect and Serve||Impossible Dream||The Radical Truth|
|Signs of Violence||Due Process||Trouble Dolls||Safe||The Right Thing|
|The Other Side|