Captain Jim Brass
Dr. Al Robbins
This storyline would be concluded in episode "19 Down (1)."
Nick: Looks like an oscilloscope. This is the juice right here.
An oscilloscope is used to measure voltage waveforms, not to deliver any current. There was no other device on the table that could have provided a controlled amount of electricity.
Goof: When Brass and the CSIs arrive at Ian Wallace's home, Brass states that he needs to clear the scene. However, once he calls back "clear," you can see a staircase leading to a second floor that he did not check.
Grissom (as he is laying in Heather's guest bedroom, with his back towards the door, Heather moves to walk out and close the door): Heather ... (she stops) Would you stay? (Heather exhales and shuts the door without turning towards him)
Catherine: So, we're missing the third side of the evidence trinity, we can link the scenes to the victims but we can't link the suspects to the crime scenes.
Nick: Well, backdoor was unlocked. Anybody could've walked right in there.
Greg: So, are we saying that it was random? Or they were targeted?
Riley: The S and M factor gave us all tunnel vision.
Nick: I disagree, we followed the evidence.
Greg: Which tells us the same night Ian's playdate went wrong, a couple of psychopaths just happened to torture, kidnap and kill our vic's...
Nick: According to Locard's theory we're still missin' somethin'.
Catherine: There's still gotta be evidence out there.
Brass (to the lawyer turned suspect): So, you're in love with Ian, Martin's in love with you, and they're both your slaves. Sounds like a kinky soap opera.
Heather: May I make a personal observation? As a friend, not as a therapist. (Grissom shrugs/nods) Everything I've told you, you could've read in a book. I think the case is a mere pre-text and you're here for a more personal reason. ... Where's Sara?
Heather: What stopped you?
Grissom: I don't know. A lot of things.
Heather: Devotion to your work, loyalty to the team, the fear of the unknown... Do you regret your decision not to go with her?
Grissom: It was beyond my control.
Heather: Really? ... Most relationships are over before they end. But it's still a death, you mourn the loss, have conflicting emotions... But, often times there's a sense of relief, we've all experienced it but no one wants to admit it.
Grissom: I didn't say that the relationship was over...
Heather: You didn't have to. Not making a decision was your decision. I think you're here because it's not home, it's not work and this is the only place that doesn't remind you of Sara. ... I have a guest bedroom upstairs, you can stay as long as you want.
Michelle (after Nick swabs her mouth for DNA): Turned you on, didn't I? I bet you're standing at attention. Hypocrite. You're no different than the freaks in my backroom.
Nick: Why'd you lie to us about knowing Ian Wallace? We have physical evidence linking him to your S and M room, so we know that you know him.
Michelle: You had no right to ask the question, therefore I had no obligation to answer it.
Heather: In the heterosexual world, men liked to be dominated by women, and women by men. So Wallace would've had a female dominate.
Grissom: Well, we've confirmed that through physical evidence, she also had sex with him.
Heather: Which is why one should always go to a professional. We know the boundaries.
Grissom: I feel the same way about crime scene investigators.
Heather: And no one has more rigid boundaries than you.
Nick: You know I got a real dominatrix vibe from Ms. Tournay, her and Lady Heather could be sisters.
Riley: Who's Lady Heather?
Greg: Oh, that's a whole 'nother Oprah.
Heather: Does Sara know that you're here?
Heather: Am I your secret?
Grissom: No. And you're not my therapist.
Riley: What's the word?
Wendy: Sex. That love juice from near the TV, a mixture of seminal fluid and vaginal secretions.
Riley: Ian and his girlfriend?
Wendy: Well, yes on him, but assuming that that was her toothbrush that you gave me, definitely no on her.
Riley: That's motive. Dom girlfriend finds her man doing the nasty with some hood rat in their bedroom and kills him.
Nick (while at the sex club): You know it's a proven sociological fact that the public won't co-mingle with the cops?
Brass: Yeah, I try not to take it personally.
Nick: And then what? Little Justine ties 200 pounds of dead weight up under her SUV?
Riley: Well, I could do it. It's just physics and leverage. It takes brains not brawn.
Nick: I don't think you could.
Greg (to Riley): I think you could do it... the killing part too.
Riley (looking at a picture of the victim and his girlfriend): Justine supersized herself. Double D implants.
Nick: Welcome to Vegas.
Heather: When was the last time you had a good night's sleep?
Grissom: Bad dreams.
Heather: How can I help?
Grissom: I have a body with S and M type wounds, but there are inconsistencies. I was hoping to get your first impressions.
Heather: My first impression is that you've changed.
Grissom: How have you been?
Heather: I've got my masters in psychology last year. I now have patients not clients.
Grissom: Let me guess, you specialize in sex therapy.
Grissom: So, Ian Wallace was restrained, his nipples were stimulated, he had minor burns on his tongue and he was asphyxiated. ... S and M?
Catherine: Gone very, very wrong.
Doc Robbins: These stab wounds are very brutal, random and postmortem.
Catherine: Which is inconsistent with S and M.
Doc Robbins: Well, it's hard to take pleasure in someone's pain once they're dead.
Catherine: Which is the gone wrong part. (Grissom abruptly leaves) You're a doctor, is that normal?
Doc Robbins: Grissom being socially awkward? Yeah, that's normal.
Catherine: He won't talk to me and he doesn't appear to be sleeping much.
Hodges (after he gets a splinter in his finger collecting evidence): Oww! Catherine, man down! (she walks towards him and pulls out her tweezers) Found a rope, got a splinter. I think I pierced an artery.
Hodges (while at a crime scene with Catherine): My shoes are ruined. Why didn't you tell me to wear boots? Or better yet, hire some more CSIs.
Catherine: Trust me, you were my last choice.
Hodges: Thank you.
Doc Robbins (looking at the victim): Ah, you can see his brains through his nasal cavities. That's cool. (to Grissom) Well.. BRB. Be right back. My wife's got me texting now.
Grissom: You covered the body with a tarp, you contaminated the evidence.
Catherine: First responder tarped it before I even arrived. I should be giving you grief, you were up. Dispatch said that you didn't acknowledge.
Sara (webcam message to Grissom): Hello from below the equator in Puerto Ayora. We've been at sea over a month now and you wouldn't believe the crew. Students, activists, scientists, the dinner conversations alone are mind blowing. There's even this marine biologist that reminds me a little bit of you. I wish that, we could talk in person, but this is the best that I can do. I want to apologize for being out of touch. I have been thinking about us a lot though... all the moments... I'd thought we could survive anything. This trip is giving me a lot of clarity that last year in Vegas, I could barely breathe let alone think. But... now for the first time in a really long time, I'm happy. Before I left, you said something that I tried not to hear, but now I... I think you were right. If a relationship can't move forward, it withers. I've been waiting for you to decide, but sometimes, not making a decision is making a decision. Anyway, what I'm trying to say is... you don't have to worry about me anymore. I'm good. I'm really good. And honestly, I think it's better this way.
Brass: I'd like to talk to the owner.
Michelle: Michelle Tournay. All my licenses are current, what do you want?
Brass (holding up pictures): Do you recognize these people? (Michelle smiles sweetly and shakes her head 'no')
Nick: You have any security cameras?
Michelle: Being Big Brother's your job.
Brass: Well, Big Brother would like to see the back room, you know what I mean, the real back room.
Michelle: I'm done cooperating. Get a warrant.
Nick: You know, that could take a coupla hours...
Brass: We'll wait.
Nick (to Michelle): Got a menu?
Riley (opening a trunk filled with sex/fetish toys): What does it say about me that I always find the smut?
Greg: That you're lucky.
Riley (holding a pair of handcuffs): I guess they were into S and M. (to Greg) Have you ever been tied up?
Greg: What do you think?
Riley: I think that you're more into hair pulling.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Všechno ostatní nech plavat (Let Everything Else Ride)
Original International Air Dates:
Norway: February 24, 2009 on TVNorge
Belgium: May 18, 2009 on VT4
Finland: September 16, 2009 on MTV3
Spain: October 13, 2009 on AXN
Czech Republic: February 4, 2010 on TV Nova
Music Featured In This Episode:
Leave Out All the Rest- Linkin Park
Never Be Mine- Kate Bush
Venus in Furs- The Velvet Underground & Nico
In Your Room- Lily Electric
We Carry On- Portishead
Won't Get Fooled Again- The Who
Jorja Fox wasn't credited in the official CBS episode press release. She only appears in the webcam message from Sara to Grissom.
Melinda Clarke reprises her role as Lady Heather in this episode. This will be her fifth apperance on the show.
She's apperared in Slaves of Las Vegas (S2 Ep8), Lady Heather's Box (S3 Ep15), Pirates of the Third Reich (S6 Ep15), and The Good, the Bad, and the Dominatrix (S7 ep23).
Pre-production title names of Of Inhuman Bondage and Revelation.
Title: Leave Out All the Rest
The title of the episode is a reference to the Linkin Park song that the episode opens and closes with. In addition, elements of the song are used throughout the episode to underline and score the building story of Grissom and his unresolved love for Sara who recently left the crime lab.
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