(Speaking about babies that have been left in cars that have died)
Brass: How many of these have we had this year?
Catherine: I lost count after ten.
Grissom: This one makes twelve.
Sara: Hey, Nick.
Sara: What are you doing?
Nick: What do you mean?
Sara: What did you tell him? His son died a hero?
Nick: Look, I'm just trying to give the guy a little peace, you know?
Sara: Oh, well, who are you trying to help feel better, him or you?
Nick: Hey, let me ask you something Sara, you're Mr. Young, would you rather know this much or nothing at all?
Sara: You know, if the evidence doesn't support the answer, a CSI shouldn't be asking that question.
Nick: Well, okay, if that works for you.
Sara: Be careful.
Doc Robbins: With exhumations, you always hope for a good embalmer, and I think we've got one. Body's well-preserved. Tay-sachs is a genetic disorder. You see the retarded musculature? Classic symptom.
Catherine: Night and day, compared to Joshua. (Catherine uncaps a needle and takes a sample from the baby) Quite a lot of vitreous fluid left.
Doc Robbins: I stand corrected, great embalmer.
Archie: You know, if I had my choice about how I was going to go out, it would not be electrocution. I think an aneurysm in my sleep, quick and painless.
Warrick: I like surprises.
Sara: Girl's out at the lake. She meets some random guy she knows nothing about and she goes off with him.
Hodges: She places herself in a bad situation.
Sara: And bad things happen.
Warrick: What you got?
Archie: Ultimate power. I could program this bad boy to make me a cup of coffee.
Archie: Electrocution through the phone line? I thought that was a myth.
Warrick: This look like a myth to you?
Sara: Classic lake date. Boy meets girl. Girl ends up dead.
Grissom: I had a case once where a soda can was the murder weapon. Suspect used it to bash in the victim's head.
Warrick: Diet shake, fitness magazines, cookie crumbs on a baking sheet. This guy's trying to start a diet or falling off one?
Grissom: He's got a workout schedule. And today? Three-mile run. Fat metabolizers containing ephedra. Scorching heat and ephedra? That's not good.
Warrick: Sounds like a heat stroke to me.
Grissom: Yeah. Feel the burn.
Jeffery Sinclair: Look, I need you guys to thoroughly document this case. I don't want any more surprises in court. So, from the car to the kid, just try to cross your T's and dot your I's, okay?
Catherine: I always do.
Sara: You put in for the promotion, huh.
Nick: Yeah, yeah. Last week. I still haven't heard anything about it.
Sara: Yeah, neither have I.
Sara: Is there truly no place left in Las Vegas without slot machines?
Greg: I heard you narrowed your search area to 44 square miles. That could take like...months.
Nick: And I'm sure you're here to shed some light on the situation.
Greg: Your case is a boy girl thing right?
Greg: Body was washed up by Windmill Cove?
Greg: These two coves to the North, Cottonwood Island and Tequila. Huge makeout spots. But nearly impossible to get to by land.
Sara: And how would you know that, Greg?
Greg: A gentleman never tells.
(Upon finding a dead baby in a car)
Catherine: When are parents gonna learn a car is not a baby sitter?
Catherine: What are you thinking?
Grissom: I don't get people.
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