Grissom (excited): Hey. They told me you dug up two bodies covered in tar? (cuts to them being all ready to start taking the bodies out of the tar)
Grissom: So. How are you gonna separate them?
Catherine: I'm not sure yet. Obviously I can't saw though it without potentially destroying evidence and... If the tar were harder we could chisel it and if it were softer we could peel it off.
Grissom: I have an idea.
Catherine: Of course you do, but last I checked, the backlog on grave was about... mmm... a hundred cases?
Grissom: You've been spending too much time with Ecklie. I'm off the clock. I came in early for this. (they start chiseling the tar off after cooling it to minus 200 degrees. Grissom accidentally removes part of the skull with a piece of tar) Oh, boy. I gotta get my shift started. Good luck with the case.
Catherine: No, no, no. You're not going to just destroy this skull and split.
Grissom: You can make a nice mold from the impression.
Catherine: I'm short-handed as it is.
Grissom: I think Sara just wrapped a case. If you need her, she's yours.
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