It looks like Grissom trimmed his beard a little. Thankfully.
Doll like that, how the heck are you so sure it's female?
Sara: "...obsessively precise: not a team player... protecting someone"
Cath: "Eyes appear to be bloodshot."
Again with the, how can you tell?
Grissom: "Methods change, killers evolve."
Hi, Catherine, that's hardly an insight unique to Keppler and Grissom.
"That looks like a doll."
Nick: "Well actually it's a death threat. Time is of the essence here."
"Wade in the Water" playing
Warrick: "Is she on something?"
Nick: "She may have already been poisoned."
Shouldn't you let him go in and attempt?
[After the woman laments the death of her cat.]
Brass: "We lost an officer."
It makes a nice speech, but how does the doctor get such a comprehensive psych workup just from looking at the fact that the killer made miniature models of the crime scene?
I also disliked the leap from OCD to "obvious antisocial disorder." I would also quibble with the idea that "most murderers, lack impulse control, ability to plan ahead."
Grissom: "Stop hovering, Hodges. You're in or you're out."
Doc Robbins to Grissom: "You know, nobody likes when you do that."
Sara (interviewing Ernie's son about their relationship, "before or after he died?"): "Let's start with before."
[analogy of stepping in crap in boots]
Sara: "And after?"
Ernie's son: "Much better."
Hodges: "I had this girlfriend who was a florist."
Grissom: "The one with the water retention problem."
Hodges: "You remembered."
Yeah, I'm as confused as you, Hodges.
Doc Robbins: "Bingo... or Keno; whichever you prefer."
Parkinson's? Eek. Aww, tears.
As a very pro-death person, I really felt for the guy.
Cath: "There's no assisted suicide program in Nevada."
The closing shot of the kids in the video zooms in on a black kid, which bothers me.