Grace Van Pelt
Jane: Let's go. I got us a table booked at the best restaurant in town. Apparently they tell you the name of the cow your steak came from.
Van Pelt: That's horrible.
Jane: You guys are gonna be going over a punch of boring files now, I expect. So I think I'll work here, play a little, get the lay of the land. Give me a hundred bucks?
Lisbon: I don't think that's such a good idea.
Jane: Sure you do. I'll give it back to you double.
Lisbon: Look, here's a hundred, but you'll pay me back double, right?
Matt Etienne: The Casino's on the Nevada side of the resort and offers full-service gaming. We recently spent ten million upgrading the facilities to improve the experience.
Jane: They use the same techniques in state-of-the-art animal husbandry to make cows and sheep feel more comfortable.
Matt Etienne: Really?
Jane: Dim lights, soft music, a maze of passages that lead you back to the pens, or in this case the slots.
Matt Etienne: Don't hold back. Speak your mind.
Jane: There's no clocks or windows anywhere, so there's no passage of time. Low priced alcohol is poured down you by attractive young women. Oxygen is pumped into the place to make you stay awake and the constant symphony of bells and sirens that make it seem like someone's winning all the time.
Matt Etienne: But someone is always winning. You see, our machines are carefully designed to let every gambler have a taste of victory. Just enough to keep them pumping their money into the machines and on to the table. So what's your point?
Jane: Oh, no point. I love it.
(A severed hand has been found on a road)
Rigsby: No. We're gonna be talking to the hand for a long while.
Jane: Why so glum? A case is a case.
Rigsby: We're in the middle of nowhere. Windy as all hell. I haven't eaten anything. Dismemberments are a bitch. Spend months assembling the victim, there's always a piece missing.
Jane: There's already plenty to work with right here.
Van Pelt: It's a right hand with the number 43 on it.
Jane: (To Jessica Meier) Your father died protecting you. So in the end he-- he was there for you.
Daniel: That last hand. How did you do that?
Jane: Oh, I cheated.
Daniel: But how?
Jane: Next time we play, I'll show you.
(Daniel has confessed to killing his father-in-law.)
Lisbon: Did your wife have anything to do with this?
Daniel: No. No. She had nothing to do with this. And the idiot never suspected it was me. How's that for denial? How did you know it was me?
Jane: Well, when we first met, you were more concerned about the college football scores than you were your father-in-law's murder.
Jane: So when you're searching for a killer, the degenerate gambler in the room is a good person to look at.
Daniel: I'm not degenerate. I'm a professional. I'm just having a streak of bad luck.
Lisbon: Yes, you are.
(Agent Lisbon asked why he did not tell her about his hunch)
Jane: If I told you about every hunch, you would get very irritated.
Lisbon: (To Jane) You people are carnie folk, it's finally making sense to me.
Jane: (To Lisbon) Why do we get so hung up on every little law everyone breaks?
This episode had 16.51 million viewers when it originally aired.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Špinavé ruce (Dirty Hands)
Original International Air Dates:
The Netherlands: January 29, 2009 on SBS 6
Norway: February 11, 2009, on Tv3
Belgium: March 4, 2009 on VT4
Denmark: March 9, 2009 on TV3
Hungary: March 10, 2009 on RTL-Klub
Sweden: March 24, 2009 on TV3
Germany: April 5, 2009 on SAT 1
United Kingdom: April 30, 2009 on Channel Five
Finland: October 8, 2009 on MTV3
Czech Republic: January 4, 2010 on TV Nova
Slovakia: February 8, 2010 on Markiza
Poland: October 11, 2010 on TVN
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