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[at Lady Heather's front door
] Gil Grissom
: I'd like to come in. Lady Heather
: I'm sure you do. Say the magic word. Captain Jim Brass
: I owe you an apology. Lady Heather
: Apologies are just words.
: Unfortunately the language we speak in here doesn't necessarily translate to the world out there. Gil Grissom
: No, in here, the submissive has the power... all he has to do is say the safety word and everything stops. Lady Heather
: Very good, Mr. Grissom. Gil Grissom
: I'm just repeating what I've heard. Lady Heather
: You're a good listener. Gil Grissom
: Part of the job. Lady Heather
: So, this is work? Gil Grissom
: Yes, but I value your insight. Lady Heather
: I'm flattered... but you already seem to know the answers to your questions. You keep me in proximity when I walk away
[she moves closer to him
] Lady Heather
: and when I'm close you watch my lips. Are you losing your hearing? Gil Grissom
: I'm losing my balance. Lady Heather
: Your sense of self? Gil Grissom
: No, I know who I am. Lady Heather
: Do you? Gil Grissom
: Yes... I do.
[he touches one side of her cheek with one hand then the other with his other hand
] Gil Grissom
: You can always say "stop". Lady Heather
: So can you.
: [after Grissom and Lady Heather have tea in her house, he finds out she's a diabetic and calls for a warrant
] I think I just heard you say "stop".
: Do you like my lipstick? Gil Grissom
: Why? Lady Heather
: You've been staring at my lips. Gil Grissom
: You have very lovely lips.
[Brass looks back between the two and then goes back to processing
Captain Jim Brass
: [during the interrogation Lady Heather gets up and walks over to the mirror she knows Grissom is behind
] Is it something I said? Lady Heather
: [staring at Grissom directly through the mirror
] I'm disappointed in you, but not surprised. You fear me because I've committed the one unforgivable act. Captain Jim Brass
: No, it's more like two acts... of murder. Lady Heather
: [still staring at Grissom
] I know you. And I know that in your heart you don't believe I did this. Captain Jim Brass
: Lady Heather this has nothing to do with the heart, it's all about the evidence.
Captain Jim Brass
: Were there any disturbances last night? Did you hear screams? Lady Heather
: It's when I don't hear screams that I start to worry.
: You're very good. You could work for me. Lady Heather
: You want to be my boss?
: How much does this place clear in a week? Lady Heather
: $10,000. Catherine Willows
: I'm not with the IRS. Lady Heather
: OK, $20,000.
: I told my little girl something when I thought she was old enough to hear it. I said, "Honey, you can give a man a lot of things. You can give him your time, your money, even your heart. But the one thing you can never ever let go of is your power." You have to be able to walk away at any time.
[to Grissom, explaining her evening tea ritual
] Lady Heather
: I like a bit of civility before dark, before all the needy little boys show up.
: Roleplay is a legitmate form of therapy; a safe way to access one's desires... and one's demons. Right Doctor? Dr. Raymond Langston
: You're the expert...
: I don't know what you're fighting, Doctor, but it looks like you're about to be overrun. Nate Haskell... is an enemy. A formidable enemy, but... he's not *the* enemy is he? Dr. Raymond Langston
] When I went for my interview at med school, the first question they ask you quite naturally is, "Why do you wanna be a doctor?". Well I can't remember the answer I prepared but I remember the one I gave; I told him, if I'm helping people... I'm not hurting them. The guy stared at me for what seemed like a lifetime, then he burst out laughing. So I started laughing. And within a half an hour I'd secured myself place in medical school. Lady Heather
: You had answered truthfully. Dr. Raymond Langston
: There's violence in me. In my blood, sometimes I can taste it. Lady Heather
: But as long as you keep a lid on it... Dr. Raymond Langston
: - DNA is not destiny, that's what I've always told myself. Lady Heather
: I can't answer your question. Dr. Raymond Langston
: I didn't ask you a question. Lady Heather
: Sure you did. Why else did you come here? Tell me that story? Doctor you want legitimacy. You want to know that it's OK to lose the muzzle for a while. I can say this. The good Dr Langston isn't going to catch Nate Haskell. Dr. Raymond Langston
: If I give in to my nature... I won't catch him. I will kill him. Lady Heather
: Yes you will. Dr. Raymond Langston
: What becomes of me then?
: [Catherine Willows reprises/recalls a statement made by Lady Heather in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Slaves of Las Vegas episode #2.8 - 2001
] "Lady Heather stated that she told her little girl something when she thought her daughter was old enough to hear it. 'Honey, you can give a man a lot of things. You can give him your time, your money, even your heart. But the one thing you can never ever let go of is your power. You have to be able to walk away at any time.'... maybe Lady Heather is exerting her power with these bombings."
Lady Heather Kessler
: I don't respond well to men who judge me based solely on my profession. Sara Sidle
: I get that a lot too, law enforcement.
[they share a smile