Grace Van Pelt
Ralph Mercer/Arthur Coffey
The ladies are dead,
I crushed their heads,
And after the lash,
They go into trash.
This poem was written by Jane trying make it look like a message from the Caveman.
Jane: Valerie was deeply guilt-ridden over hitting the homeless guy. She started collecting soap, shampoo and crayons. She was taking kids hiking. She probably volunteered her time--
Lisbon: In a homeless shelter? Sometimes you act like I don't know jack.
Jane: More rhyming.
Lisbon: (to Jane and Dr. Montague after catching a suspect.) Darn! With him in the back, there won't be room for you two.
Jane: Well, how are we gonna get back?
Lisbon: Take the bus.
Jane: He was our driver!
Dr. Montague: Where is everybody? I thought we were working the night shift.
Jane: Oh, hi. Everybody's out catching the killer.
Dr. Montague: Seriously?
Jane: No, I'm joking.
Dr. Montague: Oh.
Jane: That was sarcasm. Uh, they're out catching the killer.
Dr. Montague: You are an attractive and stable character.
Rigsby: Thank you.
Dr. Montague: But, I don't need to conduct an analysis to see that you're still in love with someone else. The probability of us having a succesful relationship is no more than 20%.
Dr. Montague: Mm-hmm, tops.
Lisbon: What did you just say?
Jane: I wrote the letter from the Caveman.
Lisbon: Yeah, I heard you the first time.
Jane: Why'd you ask me to say it again?
Lisbon: It was a rhetorical question!
Jane: I just wanted to stir things up, just, you know, give Montague a little prod.
Lisbon: I get it. She irks you.
Jane: No, she doesn't irk me. I like her. In fact, she amuses me.
Lisbon: Yeah, and in the meantime everybody's freaking out because they think there's a serial killer on the loose.
Jane: Well, there's that, but... That was her story. She made that up, not me.
Dr. Montague: Did you know that habitual mockery is a strong indicator of depression?
Jane: No, but thank you for enlightening me.
Lisbon: (about Dr. Montague) You have to admit, she really knows her stuff.
Jane: I'm admitting nothing. She's huffing and puffing.
Lisbon: Wait. That rhymes.
Lisbon: Where's my couch?
Jane: Oh, yes. I bought you a new one.
Lisbon: I like my old couch.
Jane: No, you don't. You've gotta try this one.
Lisbon: Speaking of mental facilities, have you seen Jane? I need to talk to him.
Jane: (at a salvage yard.) It's funny, isn't it. Dead cars are really quite beautiful in their way, whereas dead people, not so much.
Jane: I suppose if we were cars, this place would be a horrific Charnel house.
Lisbon: Ugh. It's too early for philosophy.
Jane: Never too early.
Lisbon: When in doubt, don't act out.
Jane: You just made a rhyme. When am I ever in doubt?
Lisbon: Seriously, you start trouble and I will--
Jane: You'll burst my bubble?
This episode had 14.8 million viewers when it originally aired.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Krvavá �tvanice (Blood Hunt)
Germany: Harte zahlen (Hard numbers)
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: January 20, 2011 on CTV
The Netherlands: January 27, 2011 on SBS 6
United Kingdom: March 11, 2011 on Channel 5/Channel 5 HD
Australia: March 20, 2011 on Nine
Germany: May 8, 2011 on SAT 1
Sweden: May 17, 2011 on TV3
Czech Republic: March 21, 2012 on TV Nova
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