601 Bodies in Motion
Officer Metcalfe: My money's on meth lab.
Sara: You know, Metcalfe, just cause somebody
lives in a trailer park doesn't mean they're a meth cook.
Officer Metcalfe: You guys are a real pain in
the ass. You know that?
Grissom: Get used to it, pal.
Cath: (answers cell) Yeah.
Grissom: Catherine, we have a 4-19 off of Industrial.
Would you like to handle it?
Cath: So you get the team back together only to break us apart again. What
kind of a perverse game are you playing here, Gil?
Grissom: I'm not a pervert.
Yeah, I'll cover it. I'm taking Warrick.
Amber Durgee: Why do you need to see my truck?
Brass: Let me tell you a story. Once
upon a time you follow your husband to a trailer park. You see him slumming with his little trailer bunny. You waited for
him to come out. (flashback sequence of a woman running over her husband)...When she pulls the body back in, before she can
call for help, you torch the place. Kaboom. The end.
Amber Durgee: That is the craziest thing I've ever
Brass: (chuckles) Wouldn't even make my top ten.
Grissom: (to Nick) I think we're looking at the vehicular equivalent of a through-and-through.
Car comes down the road. Gas main acts as a ramp.
Nick: Flying car. That's what we're gonna go with?
Cath: (in discussing Warrick's recent and sudden marriage) You know that I'm happy for you.
Warrick: Well, it also feels like you're not so happy for me.
Warrick...you know the thing that makes a fantasy great, is the possibillity that it might come true. And when you lose that
possibility it just kinda sucks.
Nick: Hey, Grissom. I'm taking Warrick to The Peppermill to celebrate his marriage...and
to condemn his elopement. You in?
602 Room Service
603 Bite Me
604 Shooting Stars
605 Gum Drops
606 Secrets and Flies
607-608 A Bullet Runs Through It
609 Dog Eat Dog