Dr. Al Robbins
The "fighting dogs" were actually playing and it was through editing and sound that aggressive behavior was portrayed. These two dogs were brought up together and trained to do this all under the supervision of the American Humane Society. In addition for the PSA, William Peterson had his dog, Bruno, appear in it.
Goof: In the beginning of the episode when they turned over the body of the dead girl, hair across her eyes can be seen clearly, during the next shot the hair across her eyes is no longer there but right after that,again we see the hair across the girl's face as David's hands brush it away.
Goof: When Mandy gets a hit on a fingerprint from Warrick's car, it comes up as Richard Dorsey's print. The information shows that his date of birth is June 21, 1959. It shows his age as 49. He should only be 48.
Goof: Catherine remarks on the presence of phenytoin in the victim's blood, which is used to treat seizure disorders such as epilepsy. However, she pronounces the name of the drug as fen'-a-toyne (with the last syllable rhyming with coin); it is actually pronounced fen-a-toe'-in in the US and fen-ee-tone' in Britain.
Henry: I know government employees aren't eligible for reward money, but I think we should at least get a small percentage.
Catherine: It's called your salary.
Grissom: Hey! As of right now, you're suspended for two weeks.
Warrick: Grissom, you and I both know that Gedda killed that girl and pinned it on that bum. They gave him drugs, got him high, and planted the evidence. You just got to give me a chance to prove it.
Grissom: You've had all your chances. You take the suspension or you're fired.
Nick (to Gino): You know, there are two things a jury can't stand, people who abuse kids and people who abuse animals. So buena suerte.
Steve Card: Lizzie was the #1 dog fighter in all of Vegas. That drove Gino nuts 'cause he was like this close to knocking her off the top spot.
Det. Vega: You seriously want us to believe that Mrs. Rodriguez, humanitarian of the year, was into dog fighting?
Steve Card: Oh, she was no Mother Theresa. But, see, she'd still be alive if she wasn't a dirty dog fighter. That rub, it made the other dog sick.
Catherine: Gee, I hate to see the sport tainted like that.
Steve Card: Why do you think she gave money to my rescue kennel? She didn't even like dogs, but fighting them, that was in her blood. Passed down from her daddy, who taught her the whole family business.
Warrick (after putting a file on Grissom's desk): His name is Richard Dorsey.
Grissom: You know, you keep pursuing this, you're going to end up suspended.
Warrick: Dorsey's prints were found inside my car under the broken window.
Grissom: Well, that's consistent with him putting the body in your car.
Warrick: Grissom, he's a homeless guy. He lives in the alley behind the strip club. Don't you get it? He's Gedda's fall guy. This is a frame job.
Warrick: Hey, Grissom.
Grissom: Did you talk to IA yet?
Warrick: Yeah. They cleared me. They didn't seem to have much interest in Gedda.
Grissom: That's because it wasn't about Gedda. It was about you.
Warrick: It's everything to do with Gedda. Sending me a message. Murders an innocent young girl because I got too close to them. I want this case, Gris.
Grissom: I hope you know that's not gonna happen. You're in the rotation as of tomorrow, so go home.
Brass (about Warrick): You should have put him in your car and driven him home.
Grissom: I have to trust the people I work with, Jim.
Brass: Look, Warrick's a loose cannon. We both know that. He was in Gedda's strip club ...
Grissom: He was off the clock.
Brass: ... conducting his own police investigation.
Grissom: He's very passionate about this case.
Brass: Yeah, passionate enough to sleep with the vic who ended up dead in his car. Look, I know Warrick didn't have anything to do with it, but he needs to back off. Guys like Lou Gedda -- they don't skip on murder and extortion by being lucky.
Grissom: What does that mean? You think Gedda's got friends inside the department?
Brass: Well, unlike Warrick, I don't make accusations until I have proof.
IAB Investigator: So, in the course of developing this informant, you took her to a motel and had sex with her?
Warrick: That part was personal.
IAB Investigator: CSI Brown, in your mind, is there any distinction between personal and official?
Warrick: Have you guys bothered to call the motel? I checked in with a credit card. I checked out around 5:00. I called a cab. Talk to the cab driver. When I woke up, Candy was gone. When I got back to the club to pick up my car, she was dead. Listen to me. I did not kill her. But I know damn well who did.
Greg: Disposing of animals like this is illegal. Whoever dumped the vic must have known about the site from dumping dogs.
Nick: Yup. It looks like he's moving up the food chain.
Wendy: Anytime a dog is impounded in a criminal case, its DNA is collected and profiled.
Wendy: It's just like CODIS.
Wendy: Anyway most of the cases in the database are gang-related. But I figured, well, it's worth a shot.
Hodges: Well, that'll look good on the old Grissom point meter.
Wendy: It's protocol.
Hodges: I'm just saying, be careful. No one likes a kiss-ass.
Catherine: You gonna be okay with this one?
Doc Robbins: I'm just not used to seeing them alive.
David: Hey Doc.
Doc Robbins: Hey.
David: I heard your band killed last night.
Doc Robbins: Really? Who'd you hear that from.
David: My wife's second cousin. Works in the mayor's office for the budget and finance director. He was at the country club. Grooved to your moldy oldies all night.
Doc Robbins: They're classics.
Hodges: So how crazy was last night? You. Me. Dinner? I thought the Syrah was quite nice.
Wendy: Yes, and thank you for offering to split the check. My date really appreciated it.
Hodges: Oh, no problem. Let it be known, that I am nothing if not a gentleman.
Wendy: Why were you by yourself at a restaurant like Nob Hill, anyway?
Hodges: The Golden Rule. Always treat yourself the way you would like others to treat you.
Wendy: It's not exactly the rule.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Kdo se psy spává (Who Sleeps With the Dogs)
The "Homeless Box City" is actually under an approach to The 5, The Golden State Highway in Burbank.
Original International Air Dates:
United Kingdom: March 11, 2008 on Channel 5
Denmark: March 21, 2008 on Kanal 5
New Zealand: April 6, 2008 on TV3
The Netherlands: April 7, 2008 on RTL4
Norway: April 8, 2008 on TVNorge
Latin America: April 14, 2008 on AXN
Australia: May 11, 2008 on Network 9
Italy: May 22, 2008 on FoxCrime
Sweden: September 22, 2008 on Kanal 5
Spain: November 25, 2008 on AXN
Finland: January 21, 2009 on MTV3
Czech Republic: October 29, 2009 on TV Nova
The dog graveyard was made up of all foam cast animals. Production had to bury a bone under the rubber cast body of the woman so that the dogs would "attack" it, otherwise they would just run about with their tails wagging. Also, The "dying" dog in the fight was filmed at high speed slowing down the action to give the illusion that the dog was barely moving.
Music Featured In This Episode:
Bombtrack- Rage Against the Machine
Make It Go Away- Holly Cole
Sweet Jane- The Velvet Underground
Word Up- Willis
You Really Got Me- The Kinks (performed by Dr Al Robbins and his band)
Pre-production title name was Life's a Bitch
Gino: But Card, he thought he had that immunity idol 'cause he worked for her.
A reference to the TV show Survivor, in which an immunity idol guarantees that the holder cannot be voted off the show.
Lying Down With Dogs is also the title of a book (subtitled A Personal Portrait of a Polish Exile) by Mark Zygadlo about his father who was a Polish soldier in World War II. "Lie down with dogs, get up with fleas." was his father's favorite saying.
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