[Aiden is going over a list of chemicals relating to the case]
Aiden Burn: ...Benzosothyazolonal.
Det. Don Flack: Whoa, Benzosothyazolonal?
Aiden Burn: You know what that is?
Det. Don Flack: No.
Det. Don Flack: Deodorizers? That guy smelled like ass.
Aiden Burn: So, mass spec went crazy with this odor that we found from our head wound vic. I've got words here longer than DiMaggio's hit streak.
Stella Bonasera: Do you recognize him?
Alex Hopper: That's Randy Hontz. What happened to him?
Mac Taylor: He was electrocuted.
Stella Bonasera: How do you know him?
Alex Hopper: We parkour together.
Stella Bonasera: Parkour?
Alex Hopper: Free running. Traversing the urban obstacle course we all encounter on a daily basis from a new perspective.
Stella Bonasera: It must come in handy when you're breaking into houses.
Alex Hopper: That was a one-time mistake.
Mac Taylor: Breaking in or getting caught?
Aiden Burn: [searching a port-a-potty for evidence] Oh, God, this is bad! What do you guys do in here?
Det. Don Flack: I don't go in public.
Det. Don Flack: [after Aidan explained in "Tri-Borough" that waste that was frozen, fell from a plane flying overhead killed their victim] So let me get this straight, a crapsicle killed this guy?
[Flack has a disbelieving look on his face, while Aidan smiles at him]
Aiden Burn: [figures out that a frozen chunk of human excrement had fallen from the sky and killed the victim] Holy crap!
[Detective Mac Taylor picks up a newspaper that a suspect recently read. Ink from the newspaper left a fingerprint]
Stella Bonasera: All the news that's fit to print.
[proud of her pun, she raises her eyebrows at Taylor]
[crime scene at a small art gallery]
Detective Kaile Maka: We did a walkthrough... ahh... no signs of robbery.
Danny Messer: [nodding his head at the typical contemporary art hanging in the gallery] I can see why.
[Detective Mac Taylor arrests suspect who electrocuted victim]
Suspect: I just meant to zap him a little. I thought it'd be cool. And it was.