Grissom: I actually thought that was an improvement.
Listening to the dad talk about how Ally was always out late and he never worried about her, I was reminded of my own parents' stance and wondered how many parents with the same stance would be scared into changing it if they saw this episode -- but my parents' stance is based on a kind of trust that wouldn't change based on an incident like that. I mean, bad things happen, but you take reasonable precautions and you live your life.
I like that the dad told his daughter that one day all her surface advantages would be gone so she should cultivate more lasting good things starting early on.
Suspect: And besides that, roofies were in back then.
Catherine: I think I've been here before.
Warrick: I think I've processed this very room before.
You know that Step 9 is Making Amends, Warrick? Was Warrick the one who had a gambling problem? Ah the unfortunacies of not having watched regularly since the beginning.
Greg: Nobody throws away porn.
Karl tells his wife that Nash called him. When he first showed up I thought he'd just gotten out of jail and that's why Nash was surprised but not to see him. So sad. (And kind of a theme in the episode; Ally was trying to remedy her drunk-crash mistake by filing a police report.)
Karl: So tell me, where'd I go wrong?
Grissom: You killed two people.