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"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" Cats in the Cradle... (TV Episode 2002) Poster

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Jackie Trent: [after Catherine explains how she found a child's fingerprints on a pen] They're not mine.

Jessica Rachel Trent: Tattletales burn in hell.

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Greg Sanders: I'm like a sponge. I just absorb information.

Gil Grissom: I thought that was my line.

Greg Sanders: Yeah, and I absorbed it.

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Greg Sanders: [Grissom and Catherine walk into Greg's lab to see him rocking out to blaring rock and roll music] I could have been a rock star.

Gil Grissom: There's still time, Greg. Tell us about the foreign substance we found in the vic's wound track.

Greg Sanders: Uh, well, I like to rub it all over a lady's body. Even better... I, uh... like it when she rubs it all over me. And it's also used as a stool softner.

Catherine Willows: It's also the only open lead in our case. Spit it out, Greg.

Greg Sanders: Mineral oil.

Gil Grissom: Possibly used as a preservative to prevent rusting of high-carbon steel.

Catherine Willows: Like the blades of knives.

Greg Sanders: Old knives. New ones are made from stainless steel. Yeah, I'm like a sponge. I just absorb information.

Gil Grissom: I thought that was my line.

Greg Sanders: Yeah, and I absorbed it.

Catherine Willows: Okay, so... knives, screwdrivers, ice pick, letter opener. We're looking for a weapon with a splash of mineral oil. I'll grab the ALS.

Greg Sanders: An ALS. For mineral oil?

Gil Grissom: Mineral oil fluoresces at 525 nanometers when filtered through a kv590. A little more absorbing... a little less rock and roll.

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Nick Stokes: Hey.

Sara Sidle: [lively] Hey.

Nick Stokes: Wow, you look...

Sara Sidle: Happy?

Nick Stokes: Smug, acually.

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Gil Grissom: [to Catherine after witnessing a child ignoring her mother] My mother may have been deaf, but she was still the boss.

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Gil Grissom: Male cat urine. To us: smelly. To female cat, it must be like aftershave.

Catherine Willows: Me-ow.

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Gil Grissom: This woman was stabbed. I guess the cats are off the hook.

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Catherine Willows: Well... an old lady wears flats or slippers. I can't imagine that this vic entertained.

Gil Grissom: You got to be careful with isolation. It can escalate. Before you know it, you're the crazy cat lady living in the rundown house.

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Catherine Willows: My name's Catherine. What is your name again?

Jessica Rachel Trent: Jessica Rachel Trent. I'm 8 and a half.

Catherine Willows: Oh, 8 and a half. So, I bet you're in the third grade?

Jessica Rachel Trent: Yeah. My teacher's Mrs. Armstrong. She's really nice. Except I hate multiplication especially the eights.

Catherine Willows: You know, I have a daughter. She hates the eights. too.

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Nick Stokes: You know, when I was 16, I begged my mom for a car. Swore she'd come through.

Sara Sidle: What happened?

Nick Stokes: Encyclopedia Britannica.

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