[Holly Gribbs is performing her first autopsy]
You gotta breathe through your ears, Gribbs.
Catherine Willows: We restore peace of mind. And when you're a victim, that's everything. Stick with
it out. At least until you solve your first. And after that, if you don't feel like King Kong on cocaine, then you can quit.
But if you stay, with my right hand to God, you will never regret it.
104 Pledging Mr. Johnson
Catherine: You're right, you know. I should be just like you. Alone in my hermetically-sealed condo,
watching Discovery on the big screen, working genius-level crossword puzzles. But no relationships, no chance any
will slop over into a case. Yeah, right. I want to be just like you.
Grissom: Technically it's a townhouse.
And the crosswords are advanced, not genius. But you're right, I'm deficient in a lot of ways. But I never screw up one of
my cases with personal stuff.
Catherine: Grissom... WHAT personal stuff?
Warrick Brown: Only clue he's got is a missing boat, which sucks 'cause... it's missing.
Nick: You look tired, buddy. You want me to make you a bottle,
Warrick: You want me to clack that jaw, make you go nigh-nigh?
109 Unfriendly Skies
Sara: Mile-high club. That means two
passengers may have had no idea what was going on inside that cabin.
Grissom: Having sex at this altitude
is supposed to enhance the entire sexual experience. Increase the euphoria.
Sara: Well, it's good but I don't know
if it's that good... Cite your source.
Grissom: Hand me a swab, please.
Sara: You're avoiding the question!
'Ehances sexual experience, increases euphoria.' Cite your source.
Grissom: A magazine.
Sara: What magazine?
Grissom: Applied Psychodynamics in
Sara: Never heard of it.
Grissom: I'll get you a subscription.
Now cite your source.
Sara: Oh, now you want to go down that
route. Never mind.
Grissom: You started it.
Sara: Delta Airlines, Flight 1109,
Boston to Miami, March '93, Ken Fuller, hazel eyes, organic chem lab, T.A., BMOC, overrated in every aspect... Could we get
back to work please.
Grissom: Yeah, I think due to your
first hand knowledge and experience in airplane bathrooms you should do the swab.
110 Sex, Lies, and Larvae
Sara: I am a woman and I have a gun, and look how he treated me! I can only imagine
how he treated his wife! Watch it
Sara: (to Grissom) You know how we say were the victims last voice...I
thought it was our job to speak for Kay Shelton.
You can't crutch evidence to fit a theory.Sara:
What if you hear the victims
voice in the car, at the store?Grissom:
You have empathy for her Sara thats normal.Sara:
Do you want to sleep with me?Grissom:
Did you just say what i thougt you just said.Sara:
That way when i wake up in the cold sweat under the blanket hearing Kay's screams you could tell me it's nothing it's just
empathy. Watch it
113 To Halve and to Hold
[Grissom was licking rocks to see if they're bones]
Grissom: Could be a piece of wrist
Catherine: Well, do you want to suck on it? To be sure?
120 Justice is Served
Thomas Pickens: What, says you two string beans?
Catherine: It's going
to take a lot more than vegetable insults to get us to move.
Catherine: Oh, I know exactly who you are, Mr. Pickens. And if you so much
as look at me in the wrong way, I will personally lock you in a cell with someone who's going to do the same thing to
you that you've been doing to those little girls.
Brass: Whoa, whoa. What, you start the party without
me? That could get dangerous.
121 Evaluation Day
Grissom: Anybody who's great at anything, Nick, does it for their own approval,
not someone else's.