All the references, lovingly collated


Maybe he won't get it... (24.02)

Lonnie: Line AUSA's like us, you're only looking at 600K to start.

Sacker: You get Chief of Crim and go private, it's a lot more than 600.

Lonnie: It's double. [sighs] I just don't think I can stick around if Connerty gets it. I'm not gonna have the stomach for that shit.

Sacker: Maybe he won't get it.

Lonnie: After Boyd?

Sacker: Don't count yourself out. You've been crushing it lately.

Lonnie: Chuck took him to Keens for lunch.

Sacker: Oh, shit.

Lonnie: Yeah. Shit.

Keens Steakhouse is a steakhouse restaurant located at 72 West 36th Street (between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue) in the Garment District in Manhattan, New York City. The restaurant houses more than 50,000 smoking pipes, making it one of the largest collections in the world. The restaurant was founded in 1885 by Albert Keen in Herald Square, what was then the Theater District. Keens is the second oldest steakhouse in New York City after the Old Homestead Steakhouse.