50 Best Ozark, Season 1, Episode 10 Quotes

Martin: You know, by shooting him, you basically signed my death warrant.
Buddy: Well, remind me, next time, I'll let him kill your family.

- It's all about hard work.
- Honesty. Family.
- Words have meaning and actions have consequences.
- Tell me Grace is okay.
- Grace is past saving, Mr. Byrde.
- It's your own family on the line now.

- What now?
- Wait for dark.

Jacob: Life is simple, really. It's all about hard work. Honesty. Family. Words have meaning and actions have consequences.

- Yeah.
- You don't believe that, do you?
- Uh...
- No, you're right.
- There's gotta be a God.
- 'Cause there's a devil.
- I think you're the fucking devil.

- Does that mean I can go now?
- You got my keys.

- You all right?
- Yeah.
- -You ready?
- -Ready.

Jacob: Legend goes that when they flooded my people out to make way for this lake, they swallowed a church up whole. You can still hear the bell from under the water. Certain people believe it's a sign. A call to worship. Others think it's a sign that someone's gonna die. Today, it was both. Next time, it's up to you.

- That's a lot of gun for a little guy.
- You need to leave.
- No.
- We're gonna visit for a while, right?
- -Get to know each other.
- -Stay back!
- You don't wanna shoot anybody, Jonah.
- Stop!
- I'm gonna take that gun from you, okay?

- -Is this about last night?
- -We'll talk about it in the car.
- -I'm not going anywhere until you--
- -Charlotte, just for once in your life, just once, for the love of God, just do what the fuck I say. Okay?
- Go pack. Go. In a small bag.
- Something you can throw over your shoulder like you're going to the mall.
- What about Dad?

- You can't take it all back now.
- I meant, I don't want Jonah to die.
- What do you mean?
- Well, the second I become Mike Fleming... that means Jonah Byrde is dead.
- I don't want him to be dead.

- Mom...
- I'll give you some privacy.
- Sir... did he ask you to make these up recently or... when you were doing your investigating in Chicago?
- It was after I finished my work for him.
- The day before you left.

- You what?
- The warrant was to locate the car.
- We found it.
- You're shitting me, right?
- I don't have probable cause to go onto private property.
- I've got a witness who saw Del Rio in this car.
- Can you produce him?

- I need you to be there with the kids at 2:00 p.m. Can you do that?
- -Wendy?
- -Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.
- Say it back to me.
- I-80. Exit 112. Morris, Illinois. 2:00.
- We'll see you there.
- I love you.

- they swallowed a church up whole.
- You can still hear the bell from under the water.
- Certain people believe it's a sign.
- A call to worship.
- Others think it's a sign that someone's gonna die.
- Today, it was both.
- Next time, it's up to you.

- You know.
- Maybe I'll try you tomorrow.
- I am so sorry I hurt you, Marty.
- I should never have done that.
- It's not your fault.
- I was just shut down, you know?
- I don't wanna hang up.

Jacob: No more talking. Too much talk and words lose their meaning.

- Dad said 2:00.
- He's just late.
- -He's never late. It's rude.
- -No, it's a long drive, sweetheart.
- Wendy.

- Bad choice of words.
- It's just a figure of speech.
- No, it's a good word.
- Problem.
- What else do you call it when your trusted lieutenant refuses to answer your calls?
- -Hmm?
- -What are you talking about?
- Where the fuck is Garcia?

[last lines]
Martin: [vehicle approaching, doors opening] Hello?
Charlotte: Dad?
Jonah: Dad!

- What kind of man talks like that to a child?
- You have no idea what you're doing.
- That so?
- Get in the car. In the car!
- Get in. Get in! Go, go, go, go, go.
- Get in the back.

- Hey, you might wanna see this.
- What happened?
- Just get over here.
- What?

- That's probably my boss calling, looking for an update.
- I'm guessing he'd be displeased.
- Yeah. You know, by shooting him, you basically signed my death warrant.
- Well, remind me.
- Next time, I'll let him kill your family.
- Um, let's just shove him in there.
- I'll turn this fucker up as hot as it goes, okay?

- If we drag Del Rio in here on anything, it does not matter what it is, it doesn't have to stick, so long as we know that he sees that we're holding Marty Byrde, too.
- Then Del Rio will get spooked.
- Yeah. And Marty will know he has to cooperate for protection.
- Otherwise, he's a dead man.

- Uh... I passed Martin Byrde on the road coming in.
- So... what sort of business you have with him?
- He owes us a debt.
- -How big?
- -Bigger than yours.

- What are you talking about?
- Two handguns. They're not in the trailer, and they're not in the truck, either.
- So, you're, um... you're still promising to buy us suits for the funeral?
- Yeah.
- Okay, then.

- Now it sounds to me like this preacher's wife abandoned their child, and now he's gone around the bend.
- We're talking about a potential murder here.
- If you're connected in any way... it's my duty.
- I'm gonna have to bring you in.
- Absolutely. Absolutely it is.

- But, besides being incredibly profitable, a casino will be able to handle all of the money laundering needs of your operation... and of yours.
- All of it.
- I'm afraid that... you're too stupid to understand what it is you're suggesting.

Sheriff: I passed Martin Byrde on the road coming in. So, what sort of business you have with him?
Jacob: He owes us a debt.
Sheriff: How big?
Jacob: Bigger than yours.

- I'm ready.
- Hon, I know we said yes, but I don't think this is a good idea.
- Was last night really an accident?
- --Yeah.
- Well, then I wanna go.

Charlotte: Look, I know you're just trying to take us somewhere safe, but that place doesn't exist. I mean, we should at least stay together.

- You got another idea?
- You got a warrant to go in. I don't.
- But if this fella's got no reason to be suspicious, there's only one main road in and out.
- So, you wait outside that,
- I'll provide as much backup as you need, and he'll roll straight into your arms.

- Service is over.
- I'm sorry. Service is over.
- I need to talk to Jacob.
- Where are the hymnals now?
- Preacher still with you?
- Give me some time, then bring him here.
- You were clear, and you have been patient.

Del: I knew Bruce was lying because he finally shut his big mouth. You, when you were lying, you talked a mile a minute.

- --Hi.
- I was just driving by and I saw your car.
- I thought I'd stop in and... and check on you guys.
- Heard about Grace. I'm sorry.

- Missouri River is 2,500 miles long, and you can still float an oil barge all the way on it if you got a notion.
- Okay. And so that...
- Okay. That's Snell's there. Yeah?
- Great. And you're sure all of this is Snell property, right?
- Oh, it goes a heck of a ways further than that.
- I'll get another map.

- they're gonna be looking for answers
- I can't give.
- They made a deal with us, and they're gonna honor it.
- And if they don't, then you're in partnership with us now.
- And we know how to look after our own.
- Right now, you go home, relax, maybe get yourself a frozen custard.
- Me and Darlene will clean up this mess.

Wendy: [to Charlotte] Charlotte, please! Just for once in your life, just once, for the love of God, just do what the fuck I say.

- On the ground.
- Shut 'em off.
- Don't you move.

- Anyway, um, you know, we'll be open in a couple hours, if you wanna stop by then.
- I'll leave you to your work.
- Oh.
- Uh, should I tell Marty who stopped by?
- No. I'd rather surprise him.

- -Is that all for us?
- -Yeah.
- It's heavy. It's just a few basics.
- How are your cousins?
- I made them bacon pancakes, but they still won't eat.
- Been throwing rocks at that fuckin' can for three fuckin' hours.
- I'll go check on them.

- Turn the vehicle off, drop the keys on the ground.
- Open the door.
- Open the door. Exit the car slowly.
- Hands up. Hands up!

- Ruth.
- Thank you.
- You're good.
- I just wanted to tell you how sorry I am about your father and your uncle.
- Anything we can do...
- Thanks.

- Wh...
- That's it? Just like that, I'm free?
- You were always free.
- But you know that.
- Life is all about choice.
- And right about now, all either of us can do is accept that.

- And Marty Byrde?
- How's his health?
- He's fine.
- You and me are gonna talk in person.
- Listen, Daddy. I'm--
- Your call is no longer connected.

- -Jonah...
- -Move.
- Jonah, what is it?
- Move!
- Honey...
- --Mom...
- Get back.
- So where are you going without Marty, Wendy?

- Not to, like, you know, give you rules and shit, but... more just so nothing can ever split us apart.
- I mean, would you be okay with that?
- Yeah. Yeah, totally.
- Um... what do you think?
- You look perfect.

- like hit the power cord or some shit like that.
- Yeah.
- And the other part?
- I don't know. Maybe.
- Look... I don't want Three growing up knowing that his dad was willing to be a murderer, okay?

- -All right?
- -Mm-hmm. And if it's not?
- Then you just keep going.
- Oh, no, no, no. No, no hug.
- It's just a normal day, okay?
- Husband and wife.
- -Right? I'll see you soon.
- -Mm.
- Okay.

Agent: Are you drunk?
Roy: Nope. I'm enlightened.
Agent: Del Rio's got a clean sheet. That that's why they use him to travel back and forth. We can't touch him.
Roy: Jesus, what fucking box factory are you working in?
Agent: The same one that'll take away your badge if you try to make a bust without cause.
Roy: You need to stop worrying about the law.
Agent: That's a joke, right?
Roy: Right now, the only things that matter are leverage and perception.