(Fraser lies down on the pavement to smell something and Dief whines.)
Benton Fraser: (to Dief) Oh don't be so silly. I'm not embarrassed or bored when you sniff things.
(Fraser's childhood mentor helps young Fraser to track caribou by tasting their feces with his mouth.)
Young Benton Fraser: How can you do that?
Tom Quinn: It's part of the story.
Young Benton Fraser: What story?
Tom Quinn: Everything here has a story to tell, what's passed by, when, how, ... but you have to be open.
Young Benton Fraser: Yeah. But tasting things off the ground, isn't that kind of disgusting?
Tom Quinn: Not for a good tracker.
(Diefenbaker who has ran all the way arrives at a crime scene prior to Fraser and Ray who have taken the car.)
Ray Kowalski: How did he beat us?
Benton Fraser: He must have taken a shortcut.
Ray Kowalski: He knows shortcuts?
Benton Fraser: He does study maps.
Ray Kowalski: What kind of maps?
Benton Fraser: Road maps, street maps, topographic maps ...