Catherine Willows: Hi.
Mia Dickerson: Hey.
Catherine Willows: Husband and wife got into it.
Mia Dickerson: What set them off?
Catherine Willows: She caught him with a hooker in their bed. She cut him. He killed her.
Mia Dickerson: What about the hooker?
Catherine Willows: She grabbed his wallet and took off.
Gil Grissom: Did you hear the one about the cop and the monkey who walk into a bar?
Catherine Willows: I'm not in the mood.
Gil Grissom: Neither was the monkey.
Gil Grissom: This is a .25 caliber.
Dr. Al Robbins: What, disappointed?
Gil Grissom: We found a .22 in the victim's car. This just ruled that out as the murder weapon.
Dr. Al Robbins: So shoot me.
David Hodges: The metallic balls would've been released into the air during the welding process.
Gil Grissom: So you're saying our killer has metal balls?
David Hodges: Yes. Maybe. Turns out that the victim worked in a car dealership, so she could've gotten metal balls on the job. And just in case you're wondering, working here, I'm developing them too.
Adam Novak: [to Grissom and Vartann] I was deposing a witness. Left the office late. Stopped at the Peppermill for a burger - medium rare, no onions. Got to the Highball around eleven. Met this redhead. Bought her a drink and
[Catherine walks into the room]
Catherine Willows: Mr. Novak. I'm Catherine Willows, CSI.
Adam Novak: [to Grissom and Vartann] You wanna know what happened next?
[looks at Catherine]
Adam Novak: Ask the redhead.
Catherine Willows: Gil. I'd ask you out for a drink, but under the circumstances, it's, ah...
[Grissom ignores her]
Catherine Willows: OK, how long is this going to go on?
Gil Grissom: I don't know, Catherine.
Catherine Willows: Gil, it was an act of omission.
Gil Grissom: How many times have we heard a public defender say that?
Catherine Willows: I went out after work. Is it a crime to want a little human contact?
Gil Grissom: I guess that's why I don't go out.