Grissom: Plushies and Furries convention. And we're looking for a bright blue plushie... I think. (Catherine looks deadpanned) This is fascinating. A whole tribe of people that prefer to interact as furry animals instead of human beings.
Catherine: I think I'm having Hunter S. Thompson flashbacks. This is weirding me out.
Grissom: It's not that weird. It's instinctual. Many native American tribes wore entire bear skins including the heads when they performed their war dances. They thought it made them brave.
Catherine (still stunned): I'm not getting the brave thing.
Grissom: Think of stuffed animals as a Jungian archetype. What's the one quality they possess that a man like Bob Pitt might want?
Catherine: Uh...a full head of hair?
Grissom: They're lovable. We gotta divide and mingle. I'm gonna take in a lecture. (Catherine just stands there stunned and Grissom walks away)