Calleigh: You didn't just report the news; you chose a salacious angle. That's more attention for you.
Erica: I'm a journalist. I want my attention on my stories.
Calleigh: If that were true, sweet pea, you'd be writing for a newspaper not planting your face on the evening news. Have a nice day.
Ryan: (about the model girls) All these girls, they have the wrong dreams.
Calleigh: I don't know that their dreams are bad, just the people who promise to make them come true.
Ryan: John Stockman?
Stockman: Yeah, what do you need?
Calleigh: Your DNA.
(Ryan shows him a swab)
Ryan: Your DNA matches the semen we found on Leslie Anderson's underwear, feeling pinned?
Stockman: That proves I had sex with her, that's a photographer's perk.
(Horatio interrogates a suspect)
Suspect: You should really be talking to Stockman, he's the one doing all the models.
Horatio: You have quite a history too, which includes a rape charge.
Suspect: I was acquitted.
Horatio: Yeah, but that doesn't mean you're innocent, does it?
Tripp: Hands mister. I'll shoot you where you stand!!
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Temná komora (Darkroom)
International Air Dates:
Norway: September 25, 2007 on TVNorge
Czech Republic: October 21, 2008 on TV Nova
Our Hell by Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton - played at the end of the episdoe
This episode was inspired by the real-life crime story involving series star Eva La Rue's sister, Nikka La Rue, who guest stars. The actress' little sister Nikka was photographed by snapper Bill Bradford as she embarked on a modeling career years ago. Bradford is now on death row for killing two aspiring models in the early 1980s.
Ryan: Shoots in black and white, thinks he's Ansel Adams.
Ansel Adams was a world famous American photographer and conservationist known for his depictions of the American wilderness, in particular his black and white photographs of the Yosemite Valley in California, USA.
Ryan: So, the runaway bride, Jill, went Stockholm on us.
This is an allusion to the Stockholm Syndrome, a psychological term. This term refers to a situation at a bank robbery that occurred at Stockholm, Sweden, in 1973; the bank employees became emotionally attached to the robbers who held them hostages inside the bank from August 23 to August 28, to the point that they even defended them.
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