Quotes from Narcos: Mexico

Narcos: Mexico belongs to the following category: Netflix

The best Series Quotes

What a man wants does not define him. What a man needs is what defines him.

Juan Nepomuceno Guerra in Narcos: Mexico, Season 2 Episode 2
 
Comment 

Want to know what God thinks of money? Take a look at who he gives it to.

Pacho Herrera in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

Get the f out of here and don't stop walking until you hear them speak English!

Guillermo González Calderoni in Narcos: Mexico, Season 2 Episode 9
 
Comment 

There is one problem with success. Not everyone can handle it.

Walt Breslin in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 3
 
Comment 

Business is changing and we must change with it.

Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 7
 
Comment 

There is no stronger bond than that of the family you choose.

Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 3
 
Comment 

Let's have a toast. For the hits life throws our way. With time, they're what make you stronger, young man.

Don Neto in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 4
 
Comment 

Best way to catch the smart ones? Get an idiot working for them.

Jaime Kuykendall in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 4
 
Comment 

Even in sin, you can still be a saint.

Don Neto in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 7
 
Comment 

I believe the world's a bad place. And I don't think I'm much better. But we have to try.

Walt Breslin in Narcos: Mexico, Season 2 Episode 7
 
Comment 

Miguel: "Would you have really fed me to those hippos?"
Pablo: "No. Hippos don't like Mexicans either."

Pablo Escobar in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 5
 
Comment 

We have to control this fing world, or it will control you. And if you don't protect yourself, it makes a mess and breaks you.

Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 5
 
Comment 

When I look at something, I don't see it for what it is, I see it for what it could be. When I look at something, I see how it ends.

Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

What I'm doing here… is building an empire.

Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

I'm going to tell you something curious about prisons. You're never alone. But you always have the feeling that you are.

PrisonsDon Neto in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

Life is a long journey where maps were drawn by a fool.

Juan Nepomuceno Guerra in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

The number two guy doesn't solve problems. He just points them out.

Don Neto in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

You want to hurt these guys, we gotta take down the ones calling the shots.

Jaime Kuykendall in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

Shoot me and tomorrow those names are released. But save a bullet for yourself. ‘Cause the system doesn't like heroes.

Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

You want to dismantle an empire? Divide it!

Guillermo González Calderoni in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

So how do you take down a crook who's at the top of his game? Who has every cop in town in his pocket? Well, you hold your breath and you hope you get lucky.

Walt Breslin in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

Those men sitting in Mexico City might be done with me, but I'm not done with them.

Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

I am afraid of panic. Turns out it's bad for business.

Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

When you start moving furniture around, people stub their toes and get upset.

Don Neto in Narcos: Mexico, Season 1 Episode 2
 
Comment 

Time is crucial in a kidnapping. The sooner action's taken, the better your chances of things working out, and everybody coming home in one piece. They put that in the handbook nowadays.

Walt Breslin in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

When things go well, people start thinking it's because they're so fing smart.

Walt Breslin in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

Make it easier for those whose vote you can count on. Make it harder for those you can't. That's how you rig an election without leaving a lick of evidence.

Walt Breslin in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

The wheels of bureaucracy tend to move at their own speed.

BürokratieWalt Breslin in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment 

Either get out early, or you get out too late.

Pacho Herrera in Narcos: Mexico
 
Comment