Captain Jim Brass
Dr. Al Robbins
From Art Imitates Life
Riley (after she picks up her badge and stuff): What, no gun?
Riley (sighs): Maybe later.
Riley now carries a gun from this episode on.
The stolen uniform was from an officer with the Reno PD. The actor (Carlos Alazraqui) playing the officer with the stolen uniform is on Reno 911, playing a police officer.
Hodges: So, I scored two tickets to this Alec Knight lecture. He's of course you know, challenging that the Russian claim that the Romanov remains found in Petersburg are authentic. … Open bar.
Grissom: … Are you asking me out?
Hodges: Is that a yes?
Brass: Hand me the ALS. (Nick smirks and gives it to him) What?
Nick: It's just been a while since I've seen you use one of those.
Brass: Just like ridin' a bicycle. What you don't wanna share your toys?
Riley (after seeing someone dressed up as a zombie): Halloween's tomorrow night.
Nick: Yeah, in Vegas we celebrate all week.
Hodges: I broke your case … again.
Hodges: Fish. I examined your vic's purse for trace and found what I thought to be a piece of skin. Turns out that I was right; fish skin.
Catherine: Well, anything that swims gets me closer to Hess.
Hodges: Carassius auratus to be exact. Goldfish.
Catherine: Good job, Hodges.
Hodges: Thank you and there's more. I analyzed the glass from the garbage bag and the incised wound on your vic's scalp. They're both lead-crystal. I took the pieces and used an approximation of their original shape. (hands her a picture)
Catherine: I know what this is. A fishes a bowless.
Hodges (dryly): That's very funny.
Catherine: See, I bought Lindsey and aquarium for her ninth birthday, filled it with exotic fish, she loved it for all of about twenty four hours until she realized that the fancy fish eat the goldfish for dinner.
Hodges: Mm, the circle of life.
Catherine: You getting any sleep? (Grissom doesn't answer) Me neither. Have you heard from Sara?
Grissom: I don't know where she is.
Catherine: What do you think you're doing here?
Lindsey: Dancing, what does it look like?
Catherine: Where's the I.D?
Lindsey (digging through her purse): You want a urine sample too? Draw my blood? (she hands Catherine the I.D)
Catherine (reading the I.D): Jasmine Davidov?
Lindsey: Don't the police have anything better to do than chase me down?
Catherine: You bet we do, Lindsey. A girl your age was here last night, she was murdered. (to the officer) Take her home. (Lindsey leaves with the officer)
Riley: You moonlighting as a bouncer now?
Catherine: When you have kids you can talk to me about it then.
Riley: Well, we won't be talking soon then.
Catherine: You're supposed to be at home. That's what being grounded means.
Lindsey (sighs): I wasn't doing anything wrong. I wasn't even drinking.
Catherine (looking at the paper Lindsey handed her): Breathalyzer results?
Lindsey: I made the cop who drove me home test me. I know I shouldn't have been using a fake I.D and I'm sorry. But you overreacted.
Catherine: I'll be the judge of that.
Lindsey: I know that you're dealing with a lot right now but, you don't have to worry about me.
Catherine: Thanks. But I will. (they hug) And you're still grounded.
Craig Hess: Now what?
Riley: You lied.
Craig Hess: It means that I like 'ya.
Catherine: We have a witness and surveillance footage. Angela Carlos was here the night she died, and you talked to her.
Craig Hess: Okay. Somebody, who's not working here anymore let her in through the back. As soon as I saw that she was in the club. I sent her out through the front.
Riley: So you do know her.
Craig Hess: Did I say that?
Catherine: I think you do business with her father and that kinda business can put you out of business.
Craig Hess: Who's her father?
Catherine: It's clear on the video that whatever you said to her got her to leave. What was it? Rendezvous at your place? Drugs for sex? 'Cause it wouldn't be the first time; arrested for statutory rape, assault and drug charges with a seventeen year old girl.
Craig Hess: I was twenty one years old, and those charges were dropped. If a girl wants to party and get a little bit rough, it's a date, if she doesn't get flowers in the morning… it's rape.
Catherine: What's in the box?
Goya: Can't you read? It's sand. What's it look like?
(Riley opens the box and takes out a kilo of coke)
Catherine: Sand, huh?
Riley: So how much would it run me to fill my fish tank with blow?
Catherine: Probably what Angela was here to find out.
Doc Robbins: Wendy, what brings you to my store?
Wendy: Well, I'm here on the Angela Carlos case 'cause I just ran her exemplar blood and it came back a mixture.
Doc Robbins: That's impossible I drew it from the heart.
Wendy: Well, I ran it two times and both times it came back as a mixture of one female and two male bloods. It's definitely contaminated.
Doc Robbins: Well, then it was contaminated on your end.
Wendy: No… No, I-I don't think so. (Doc Robbins scoffs)
Catherine (while in a club): I hate Halloween.
Riley: Looks like a bunch of adults going as teenagers this year.
Nick (about the victim found in the dumpster): Well, this was a dark alley, maybe she was a workin' girl, picked up a John with a bad temper.
Grissom: Yeah, trick or treat.
Grissom: You've got something I've never seen before?
Doc Robbins: Said the chorus girl to the bishop.
Grissom (looking at the vile of blood Doc Robbins handed to him): No separation between the blood cells and the serum.
Doc Robbins: Her blood's hemolized. You usually only see that when the body's in advanced decomp. An unknown chemical imbalance trigger a pressure change in the red blood cells which cause them to rupture.
Grissom: What could cause this?
Doc Robbins: A number of things. Auto-immune hemolytic anemia, certain blood diseases, transfusion reaction, even chemical warfare agents such as sarin or ricin. Worth the trip wasn't it? (they talk a little more, then Grissom goes to leave)
Grissom: And yes, it was worth the trip.
Lady (to Nick and Riley): Great costumes, that's what I wore last year.
Nick: Ha, me too.
Grissom (about the victim): She's got needle marks on both arms. No scar tissue. This has to be recent.
Catherine: Drug users don't usually start off shooting it… snort it or smoke it first. … White powder in the nose, most likely cocaine. (looks at her stomach) Hives, a histamine reaction… maybe from the drugs? I wonder if she told her parents that she was just going dancing and they believed her.
Greg (reviewing club footage): Sexy kitty, sexy nurse, sexy hula dancer, … pimp… These guys have no imagination.
Riley (while at Goya's fish shop): There's enough atropine here to sedate all of SeaWorld.
Catherine: Angela came for the cocaine and ended up snorting atropine instead. Pure atropine which is used to cut coke. (sees Riley holding bloody tubes) What's that?
Riley: Angela had blood from two different males in her system. I'm thinking they transfused her Frankenstein style.
Riley: Settle a score with dad?
Catherine: But she came to them.
Riley: She didn't come for this.
Goya: I distribute cocaine. I'm not a murderer.
Catherine: So then why'd you kill Angela Carlos?
Goya: I didn't.
Catherine: DNA confirms that she received a blood transfusion from you. And your blood type is A positive; that's what killed her.
Goya: And now she killed me. … Angela hooks up with this sports book guy, they get wasted, she totals her car; they walk away without a scratch. The next day he's got a bullet through his head. Nobody messes with Daddy's little girl. The moment she came through my door, I'm a dead man.
Riley: What makes you think that a transfusion would wake up Snow White?
Joe: Keith Richards.
Riley: The Rolling Stones Keith Richards …
Joe: Everybody knows the story, when he hit the smack too hard, he would go to Europe or some place and get his blood swapped out.
Riley: That's an urban legend.
Catherine (sending away a group of young girls): Finish puberty somewhere else. Me and Mr. Big here need to talk.
Riley (showing the Craig Hess a picture of the victim): She was found in a dumpster about two blocks from here.
Catherine: She was wearing one of your slut-of-the-week stamps on her thigh. Recognize her?
Craig Hess: No, but I don't get a good look at every girl that walks through the door. Anything else that I can help you with?
Catherine: Yeah, as a matter of fact there is. I found my underage daughter on your dance floor. I can card everyone in the place and shut 'ya down.
Craig Hess: If your daughter got in here she was using a fake I.D. That's not poor club management, that's poor parenting. You don't wanna blame yourself, so you slap a fine on me.
Catherine: A fine is gonna be the least of your worries.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Jsme jedné krve (We Are of One Blood)
Original International Air Dates:
United Kingdom: February 3, 2009 on Five
Norway: February 17, 2009 on TVNorge
Belgium: May 11, 2009 on VT4
Finland: September 2, 2009 on MTV3
Spain: October 6, 2009 on AXN
Czech Republic: January 28, 2010 on TV Nova
Sex Type Thing - Stone Temple Pilots
--- Played in the club when Catherine finds Lindsey with a fake I.D.
Pity And Fear - Death Cab For Cutie
LSDevil: DJ Paul Edge
Release Yourself: DJ Paul Edge
Take Our Cars Now!: Saves The Day
Pre-production title name was Scales.
When Greg is reviewing the tapes from the club, he mentions a costume as a "Sexy Kitty". This could be a reference to the CSI episode "Fur and Loathing", in which one of the suspects was named Sexy Kitty.
Brass (to Greg about the corpse): So how did Rocky the Flying Squirrel get his uniform?
Rocky the Flying Squirrel aka Rocket J. Squirrel is a cartoon character from the 1950's show "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show" created by Jay Ward & Alex Anderson.
Joe: ...when I went to my car to get it, the b!tch pulled a Pulp Fiction on me.
This is a reference to the scene in 1994's Pulp Fiction when Mia Wallace finds heroin in Vincent Vega's jacket pocket, snorts it because she thinks it's cocaine, and overdoses, all while Vincent is out of the room.
Hodges: I just broke your case. Again.
Go Fish is a simple card game, usually the first one learned by children, that is played by 2 to 5 people, but can involve as many as 10. Players take turns asking each other for cards to make pairs with the ones in their hand. They are forced to draw from the deck if the player they are asking does not have their card. The first person to pair off their entire hand wins.
Title: Let it Bleed
This was the title of a 1969 album by the Rolling Stones. The album contains "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and " Gimme Shelter."
Also, this episode contained a reference to an urban legend involving band member Keith Richards and blood transfusions.
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