Results of the Death Threat (Mar. 1-3, 2000)
Katie (after being questioned by Holden and Jack): Happy now?
Henry: Don't lose your cool, Peretti, not now.
Katie: What have you done? I just lied to the cops. That is a crime.
Henry: That was a stellar performance, as always.
Katie: You are so whacked!
Henry: Will you stop complaining and thank me?
Katie: For what?
Henry: You wanted Holden here, instead of at home with the wife. So, I rushed him here for you. And guess who's home alone?
Katie: Do you realize the position that you have put me in? This better not ever happen again, Henry. This is the last time.
Henry: Methinks thou dost protest too much.
Katie: No, listen to me, Henry –
Henry: Katie, you'll be whistling a different tune the next time you need Holden pried away from home and hearth. (March 1, 2000)
Katie: Don't be so smug, okay? You are not off the hook.
Henry: Why should I worry, when I have little ol' you to protect me from your big, bad cop sister.
Katie: Don't ever underestimate Margo. She is so smart.
Henry: I'm smarter.
Katie: I mean it, Henry. She is already too close as it is, connecting this with what happened with Molly. She's gonna figure out it's a hoax, and then she's gonna figure out that we are connected and then we're done.
Katie: No career, no nothing.
Henry: All right. Henry will fix everything. (Mar. 2, 2000)
Henry (after Katie finds the death threat note he planted): Keep it up, Peretti. You're doing an impeccable job.
Katie: What are you trying to do, Henry. I already have Molly's job.
Henry: Yes, and Holden's big, strong shoulder to lean on in times of duress.
Katie: So back off! I don't need your help!
Henry: Listen, Katie, I'm not just doing this for you. I'm doing it for the good of the station. To boost ratings.
Katie: What on earth are you talking about?
Henry: Look, when our public finds out that there's some mad stalker here at WOAK and that their golden girl is in danger, our ratings will go off the charts!
Katie: Oh, please tell me that you are joking –Henry: Wait, wait, wait. Get a new name for the news. What about this -- "Death Watch: With Katie Peretti." What do you think about that, huh? (Mar. 3, 2000)