To let off steam, Warrick DJs at clubs run by his friends and writes his own songs.
Spending his whole life in the city means that Warrick knows at least one person in most bars, clubs, and hotels there.
[Robbins takes a camera out to snap photos of dead Julian Harper] Warrick Brown: What are you doing?
Greg Sanders: How about you guys just shut up, all right?
Warrick was the only member of the team born and raised in Las Vegas. He loved the casinos, the action and the pulse of the city.
Until the day he died, Warrick never met his father.
Warrick Brown: I thought it was our job to speak for the victim no matter what it took...
Warrick knows how all the games are played in Las Vegas and is aware of the universal truth of the city: only the house wins consistently because the odds are stacked against everyone else. Warrick Brown: Yeah, I'm sure he wasn't ready for *this* photo shoot. I've got a perfect spot for him: A place of honor between Tupac and Entwistle. Wasn't he supposed to be like the next Brad Pitt or something? David Hodges: I was just having the greatest dream. David Hodges: It was the 80's and I had this Don Johnson beard, you know, the "Miami Vice" stubble. If it weren't for the cyanosis, I'd say he was doing a photo shoot for GQ. Warrick Brown: Sex, drugs and movies - The American Dream. [Nick & Warrick walk towards Greg from behind, both talking loud] Nick Stokes: I thought Greg was in the field. He was strongly influenced by a community organizer who ran a center that he spent time at after school.Early in the series it is discovered that Warrick was a gambling addict.