A potato is a poor man's silencer, huh? Note to self.
BRASS: (clears throat) I've interviewed 17 people. No two accounts are alike.WARRICK: Ski masks are played out.
(He puts his notebook away.)
GRISSOM: A Harvard Professor conducted an experiment. Asked a bunch of students to watch a basketball game -- count the number of times the ball was passed.
BRASS: Yeah, groundbreaking.
GRISSOM: During the game a person dressed in a gorilla suit ran across the court. Afterwards, the professor asked his students if they noticed the gorilla. Fifty percent responded, "What gorilla?"
BRASS: That's wonderful, Gil. If I see a gorilla, I'll arrest it.
CATHERINE: Fluorescent powders?I love Sara playing with the bright colored powders, taking it all in stride, being such a geek. And I was impressed by MH's acting with the segue from frustration to breaking down to sounding near tearful. And dude, never mind shutting up; my first thought with the candy bar was "low blood sugar."
SARA: Eh, why not? They're in the kit.
CATHERINE: Protocol's black.
SARA: Since when do you care about my choice of powders?
(CATHERINE takes off her gloves. She's irritated.)
CATHERINE: Assistant coroners is four hours late and we are stuck out here until he transports the body. And I haven't heard from Grissom ...
SARA: (picks up a power container and looks at it) You know, I've never tried green ...
CATHERINE: I should've never been sent to this remote scene in the first place. I've got seniority. I deserve -- no, I've earned the right to pick my cases.
(Without a word, SARA walks over to the front of the counter and hands CATHERINE a candy bar. CATHERINE opens it.)
CATHERINE: (reasons) If I start eating, I will shut up.
SARA: Do you have a mirror?The transcript goofs this line, 'cause after Sara's jaw drops Catherine's line is something like "At a crime scene, I mean."
CATHERINE: Since when do you care about your appearance?
SARA: Hey, David. I wasn't touching him.*love*
DAVID PHILLIPS: (smiling) I know you better than that.
SARA: You got to be kidding me. "Officer Moron" contaminated the scene.Is the technician Sofia? She reminded me a lot of her, though Sofia's a detective so I don't think that could work (though CSI wouldn't be the first show to reuse an actor/actress in different roles in the same show -- but IMDb confirms that Louise Lombard wasn't in that ep).
CATHERINE: Yep. Well, I'll just beef him to his captain.
TECHNICIAN: Tough. I like that.
GRISSOM: If you're going to badger me about your crime scene location, put it in a memo.It's not in the transcript, but Grissom does this little head shrug.
CATHERINE: You don't read memos.
I love that when Greg calls for Grissom he pulls Catherine along with him rather than just ditching her.
GRISSOM: Bullets confirm the story told by the potato.
LOVE that line.
I called dead body in the trunk, though I forgot it was Tammy -- was expecting it to be Darin Hanson (clearly I had forgotten about a lot of the complications, though I called Duncan's involvement from the beginning and was suspicious of the state trooper as well, plus recalling the two crimes were connected though I couldn't remember how). Damn she's pretty. Such rich dark red hair. Oh! She played Virginia in mid-series Angel.
ROBBINS: Parents called. They're on their way in to I.D.
CATHERINE: How did they sound?
ROBBINS: Oddly, relieved.
CATHERINE: They finally know where she is.
GREG: (impressed) What don't you know?
Willow: Is there anything you don't know everything about?
Giles: Synchronized swimming. A complete mystery to me.
WARRICK: What, you missed him? All right. I'll play it again ... slower, just for you. (WARRICK smiles. NICK throws SARA a glance and smiles.)
Interesting the way the transcript describes the action 'cause I was feeling the Warrick/Sara this episode.
CATHERINE: $250,000 turned a career cop bad.The look on Grissom's face is like "Did you just say that?" And she just smiles at him.
GRISSOM: Yeah, well, he had his price.
CATHERINE: We all do.