(After finding a body in the ground)
Warrick: What do you think, Grissom? Been down here at least 3 years? (Grissom sniffs, around it)
Grissom: It's probably more than 3 years.
Brass: You're kiddin' me, right?
Grissom: Rule of thumb is if the skull smells bad it's usually under 3 years. But this one smells like dirt.
(A little after he was attacked by a suspect)
Catherine: You okay?
Grissom: I'm fine. (she turns his head to the right to see his neck injury)
Catherine: Nasty. Kinda looks like a hickey. (Grissom makes a face and pushes her hand away from his face) You wanna tell me what got this party started?
Grissom: I scraped his nails.
Catherine: That's it?
Brass: It's not as bad as it looks.
Sheriff Atwater: It never looks good when a suspect dies in custody.
Brass: What are you saying, Rory? You'd rather it be one of us?
Sheriff Atwater: No, that's not what I'm saying. If I was here, I'd have been in there with you, you know that. I assume we're going to come out looking like the bad guy again.
Brass (to Walter): That stare doesn't work on me. But save it, cause they're gonna love it in prison.
Doc Robbins: How many teeth did you find at the crime scene?
Doc Robbins: He's missing six. I found one in the back of his mouth. He probably swallowed the other three. I'll check his stomach.
Brass: Our vic Tony just checked into the hotel. Didn't even unpack his bags.
Grissom: He made enemies fast.
Brass: (checking the beaten victim's driver's license) Tony Sciarra from Philadelphia.
Grissom: So much for brotherly love.
Grissom: 'The evil men do lives after them. The good is often interred with their bones'.
Grissom: Julius Caesar.
Music Featured In This Episode:
Interview With The Angel - Ghostland
Ein seltener Vogel - Einstürzende Neubauten (played when the jackhammer is being used)
Tuesday Morning - Simon J. Hunter
Title: Bad to the Bone
The title of this episode is a reference to the same name song by George Thorogood and the Destroyers.
Catherine refers to the motel where the skeleton was discovered as the Bates Motel. This is an allusion to the Bates Motel in the 1960 classic Psycho.
Grissom: The evil that men do lives after them. The good is oft interred with their bones.
Grissom is quoting William Shakespeare again with this time Mark Antony from Julius Caesar. This speech is more well known for its opening... "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears."
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