[after finding $100 bills in a beaver dam]
Nick Stokes: Las Vegas, where even a beaver can strike it rich.
[after finding ejaculate on a table and bed sheets]
Greg Sanders: We want to see who *came* and went.
[Grissom gives him a weird look]
[at a Plus-Size People convention]
Greg Sanders: Some guys like curves.
Detective Vartann: There's curves, and then there's *rolls*.
Greg Sanders: So what do you like? What gets your juices flowing?
Gil Grissom: Someone who doesn't judge me.
Gil Grissom: I'm not married.
Regina Kern: Girlfriend?
Gil Grissom: No.
Regina Kern: [smiling] You want one?
Gil Grissom: [smiling] Yes, I do.
[gives a wink]
Sara Sidle: Relax and lie down on your back.
Greg Sanders: You know, this is exactly like a dream I had once, except it wasn't in a garage. And Grissom wasn't watching.
Greg Sanders: That was a different dream.
Sara Sidle: It's not like you to get right down to business.
David Hodges: Even I have off days, Sara.
Dr. Al Robbins: Gabe Miller's still alive. As much as a politician can be.
Nick Stokes: They should do a commercial for the city - "Las Vegas: where even the beaver can strike it rich."
Warrick Brown: Who do you like?
Catherine Willows: Charlotte. My mother grew up in North Carolina.
Warrick Brown: Okay, I'll give you Charlotte +2.
Catherine Willows: What do I get if I win?
Warrick Brown: How about a fabulous dinner.
Catherine Willows: I'll take your action.