The address of the lab is 3057 Westfall Avenue, Las Vegas, NV.
Goof: Since Catherine has a conflict of interest in the cases due to her past relationship with the suspect, she should have recused herself.
Catherine: What the hell are you doing here?
Novak: I want to know why you're setting me up, manipulating evidence to make me look guilty. All because I came on too strong?
Catherine: I want you out of here.
Novak: I didn't get my signals crossed. You changed the play, and you're screaming foul. That's some power trip, babe. Who's the guilty one here?
Catherine: You want to talk to me, call your lawyer. Set up an appointment down at PD.
Ecklie: Just walk me through your interaction with the suspect.
Catherine: I met Adam Novak in a bar called the Highball.
Ecklie: Were you drinking?
Catherine: I had one cocktail, on his tab. He walked me out to my car. Things got physical.
Ecklie: Could you define "physical"?
Catherine: I believe that I outlined the specifics in my memo.
Ecklie: Catherine, you know what I'm asking, and it's not in the memo.
Catherine: I didn't have sex with him, though he clearly wanted it.
Ecklie: And you didn't?
Catherine: I went out after shift to unwind. I even invited Warrick and Nick to come along. They had other plans.
Ecklie: All right. So ... when you put on the brakes, Mr. Novak ... got angry.
Catherine: Yeah. I got into my car. He went back inside.
Sara: So, Judge Wilson tells me I'd have better luck with a blue suit than a gray suit. What is that? Do you think he meant that? Do you think he was flirting with me or ... ?
Catherine: I thought judges were supposed to be color blind.
Sara: Yeah, right. That's cute.
Doc Robbins (about the victim): Abrasions on her knees.
Grissom: So ... maybe she was kneeling.
Doc Robbins: Begging for her life.
Novak: No way you were never married. Oh, let me guess. You were young, he seemed more mature than he really was, he swept you off your feet, and, uh, he let you fall.
Catherine: Bruised, but not broken.
Grissom (about Novak's case): You have to recuse yourself from processing evidence. This guy's a lawyer. He could claim prejudicial treatment. Your whole life could become public record.
Catherine: I have nothing to be ashamed of.
Grissom: We all live in glass houses, Catherine. You gotta be careful where you take your shower.
(Grissom and Catherine are watching the interrogation through the mirror)
Novak: At the bar at that time of the night we're all looking for the same thing, aren't we? I came to her. She was into me, I know when a woman is going to give way and believe me she was there.
Det. Vartann: And then what?
Novak: I walked her out. I put my arm around her waist. She moved in. One minute she's got her tongue down my throat. The next, she puts on the brakes. She's a bitch and a tease. She told me to get lost. I'm a gentleman...
(Camera zooms to outside the room, showing Cath and Grissom standing in the observation room listening)
Catherine: We should ask for his clothes. Black leather jacket, black t-shirt, jeans.
Grissom: What else should we ask him, Catherine?
Catherine: This is what I was trying to tell you.
Grissom: Yeah but you didn't so now I'm way behind. Is he telling the truth?
Catherine: He's not lying about anything that pertains to me.
Grissom: He hit you.
Catherine: No, it was an accident. But... by the time it happened, he wasn't who I thought he was, and... that scared me.
Det. Vartaan: Okay, why don't you, uh, walk us through your evening? Start with "I left the office..."
Novak: I was deposing a witness. Left the office late. Stopped at the Peppermill for a burger. Medium rare. No onions. Got to the Highball around 11:00. Met this redhead. Bought her a drink and ... (Novak stops when he sees Catherine Willows walk into the interview room. Grissom turns to look at Catherine)
Catherine: Mr. Novak ... I'm Catherine Willows, CSI.
Novak (scoffs): You wanna know what happened next? Ask the redhead.
(Grissom and Vartann slowly turn their heads to look at Catherine)
Grissom: Did you hear the one about the cop and the monkey who walk into a bar?
Catherine: I'm not in the mood.
Grissom: Neither was the monkey.
Hodges: Results from Alice Granger's jacket. Found trace elements of iron, chromium, manganese and carbon.
Hodges: More specific, automotive sheet metal. The metallic balls would've been released into the air during the welding process.
Grissom: So you're saying our killer has metal balls?
Hodges: Yes ... maybe. Turns out that the victim worked in a car dealership, so she could've gotten metal balls on the job. And just in case you're wondering, working here, I'm developing them too.
Catherine: Gil. I'd ask you out for a drink, but under the circumstances, it's, uh ... (Grissom looks at her, then goes back to his file. He doesn't say anything) Okay, how long is this going to go on?
Grissom: I don't know, Catherine.
Catherine: Gil, it was an act of omission.
Grissom: How many times have we heard a public defender say that?
Catherine: I went out after work. Is it a crime to want a little human contact?
Grissom: I guess that's why I don't go out.
(After discovering a woman in the morgue fought her attacker)
Doc Robbins: This woman did not go gentle into that good night.
Music Featured In This Episode:
Weeping Willow- Sebastien Schuller
This is the last appearence of Madison McReynolds as Lindsey Willows. The role would taken over by another actress in Season 7.
The original plan for this episode was having all the victims looking strikingly like Catherine but this idea was already used in the Season 4 episode "Butterflied" in which the victim had a striking resemblance to Sara. Instead, the victims are both blond and were at the same club as Catherine.
Grissom: What happened to you?
Catherine: I walked into a door.
A common excuse used when someone has been hit and doesn't want to discuss it. Catherine gets the excuse from her mother in the previous scene...
Lily: What did you do, walk into a door?
This theme is followed up later in the ep with this...
Grissom: He hit you.
Catherine: No, it was an accident.
The implication is that they've been down this road before, most likely with her marriage with Eddie.
Episode Title: Weeping Willows
The title of this episode is a reference to Catherine and her past. The willow tree is know for its ability to withstand strong storms because it can bend.
Adam Novak: No way you were never married. Oh, let me guess. You were young, he seemed more mature than he really was, he swept you off your feet, and uh, he let you fall.
Catherine: Bruised, but not broken.
The second allusion is based on the use of the weeping willow in literature to represent sadness, loss and grief, along with the opportunity for new growth.
Lily: I was a working mother too, you know.
Catherine: There but for the grace of God...
This refers back to Catherine's conversation with Lady Heather in "Slaves of Las Vegas" (Season 2) when she tells Heather "all my mother taught me was cash up front."
Dr. Robbins: This woman did not go gentle into that good night.
"Do Not Go Gentle Into that Good Night " is the title of a famous poem by Dylan Thomas.
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