Calleigh: (to Ryan) You broke all the rules. And because you have, every case you have ever worked on is being called into question, so if you say that you weren't hurting anyone, think about all of the people left behind to pick up the pieces for you.
Ryan: What do you think I should I do?
Natalia: Short term: get away from the cameras, and long term: you're just gonna have to decide what your own priorities are.
Ryan: Look, my time here has been, uh... it's been really fascinating. It's been great, but there's some place else I think I gotta be. There are men and women who put themselves in harm's way every day. It's their lives for ours, and for them, it's not something that they do. It's something that, you know, they are. Now I'm not gonna try and make myself sound so honourable, but I took an oath. I took an oath to protect the people of Miami, and I was born to be a cop. And uh, I think I lost sight of that along the way.
Natalia: I'm all up for a treasure hunt, and everything, but this is a lot of ground to cover.
Calleigh: I know, that's why I brought along our new toy. The profiler. It's electromagnetic, so it picks up more than a metal detector.
Natalia: Yeah... but so far all we've got is an iPod, four beer bottles and a beach towel. But no fiber glass blister with the drugs.
Calleigh: So we just keep looking until we find the blister.
Eric: Hey. Great to see that smile.
Calleigh: It's nothing.
Eric: Who was that, Jake?
Calleigh: Um, yeah, I told him that if people would stop killing each other we could have a proper meal.
Ryan: How's it going? Thanks for coming down.
Calleigh: Yeah, I'm good, I'm good. You look different. Must be the eyeliner.
Ryan: I wear makeup now. You must think it's pretty, uh, pretty silly.
Calleigh: No, that wasn't the adjective I was looking for.
Ryan: Well, I gotta earn a living. So congratulations, I heard you found the carjacker.
Calleigh: Is that why you called me down here, to ease your conscience? You know, you may have gotten a man killed today.
Calleigh: Is it just me, or have people gotten a little too casual about seeing a dead body?
Alexx: It's easier when decomp's at a distance, believe me.
Frank: No ID, and nobody's talking. City on the hunt. Looks like vigilantes took it upon themselves to be the guy's judge and jury.
Horatio: Judge, jury and executioner.
Frank: Miami Dade PD. Is this Jason Billings' boat?
Cole: Yes it is. Is he in some kind of trouble?
Frank: Not anymore. He's dead.
Tony: I cut my losses, man, kid didn't want to save his own life, I wasn't about to save it for him.
Horatio: You're quite a humanitarian, aren't you?
Tony: It happens, you know. Day on the water, it gets slippery.
Ryan: I'm not going to abandon this team.
Horatio: (Puts his glasses on) And we, Mr. Wolfe, are not going to abandon you.
Paul Billings: Talked to Sherry?
Frank: You shoulda paid her more; she belted it out like an opera singer.
Eric: You're late pal, what did you get, uh, stuck in the makeup chair?
Ryan: That's very funny.
Cole Tucker: (sighs in relief) I guess I got lucky.
Calleigh: Yeah, real lucky. You got about 20 years to figure out how to build your next trap.
Natalia: (of Cole Telford) Doesn't he work on Jason Billings' boat?
Eric: I guess, when he's not smuggling drugs from Cuba.
Frank: Yeah, whose face Ryan plastered all over television about an hour ago.