Det. Robert Goren
Det. Alexandra Eames
Capt. James Deakins
Dr. Tom Dysart
Goren reveals that his mother began to suffer from schizophrenia at the age of 32.
The crime takes place in the park behind Gracie Mansion, which was built in 1799 and has been the official residence of the New York City Mayor since 1942. The grounds of the mansion are part of Carl Schurz Park.
(Goren points to paintings in an ophthalmologist's office)
Goren: Are you a fan, or are these up here to convince your patients they have eye problems?
Dysart: I put them up to invite ridiculous questions.
Eames: They drove around for half an hour and then went back to Garcia House.
Goren: They let one of them out. He had to go to the bathroom, so they let him take a pee off the pier.
Sheridan: Off the pier!? That's compassion!
Jeff: Cinder blocks. I know cinder block rooms. How many floors underground are we?
Eames: We're eleven floors up, Jeff. Didn't you see the buttons on the elevator?
Jeff: Up is down. Down is up. I know the tricks. You're him. He's you.
Eames: And who's he?
Jeff: I don't know him.
Eames: You don't know Michael Roland, your own brother-in-law?
Jeff: Ah, I know that guy. But that's a facsimile of that guy. North Koreans have been turning out facsimiles for years.
Goren: When's the last time you saw this facsimile?
Jeff: Last week at the Garcia house. They gave me a note about a funeral.
Eames: Your mother's funeral.
Jeff: The whole thing was a trap!
Goren: You live at the Garcia house on 117th?
Jeff: Yeah, before the facsimile blew my cover. They asked me to leave so innocent people wouldn't be hurt. That's the price you pay when you work for the CIA.
(Dr. Dysart gets arrested as he's about to perform surgery.)
Dr. Tom Dysart: What the hell do you think you're doing?!
Alex Eames: I'd ask you the same thing, but the answer would probably make my hair stand on end.
Robert Goren: The story is that van Gogh gave his ear to a prostitute as a token of love. But who knows what he was really thinking?
Robert Goren: I know it's hard to stay on your meds. It's like your head is wrapped in a wet blanket. But if you go off them, well, that's when the trouble starts.
Lupe Garcia: It's a wonderful painting. So full of hope.
Robert Goren: Well, it certainly is, umm full of something.
Ron Carver: Do you take art therapy classes?
Emily LeCroix: Oh, yes. I went last Saturday.
Robert Goren: What do you do in these classes?
Emily LeCroix: We painted an office.
Ron Carver: I won't go near a grand jury if your only evidence is the ramblings of a lone deranged individual.
Robert Goren: How 'bout the ramblings of ten deranged individuals?
Special billing was given to Victor Argo (and) for this episode.
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