Eddie Clayman: I'm not into that rough stuff any more. I got my medication.
Detective Rey Curtis: You taking it?
Eddie Clayman: Hell, yeah. You can check with my clinic.
Detective Rey Curtis: Then why are you chasing hookers down 14th Street?
Eddie Clayman: C'mon, man. It's springtime.
D.A. Adam Schiff: You're using the authority of this office like a foot on the neck.
Jack McCoy: We've done that before.
D.A. Adam Schiff: We usually have one leg to stand on.
Professor Crochelle: [describing man at the scene of the murder] Mid-to-late 20s, uh, brownish hair, "entitled".
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Entitled to what?
Professor Crochelle: To everything.
Dr. Emil Skoda: You sure there was there no connection between Clayman and the dead girl?
Detective Rey Curtis: Just the connection of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Dr. Emil Skoda: He's not your man.
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Mind sharing how you know that?
Dr. Emil Skoda: The killer knew her. Draped a scarf over her face; wanted her to preserve some dignity.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Dignity.
Dr. Emil Skoda: [shrugs] Best he could do under the circumstances.
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Like that carjacking a couple years ago.
Detective Rey Curtis: Then why cut her up?
Dr. Emil Skoda: Make it look like a lunatic had done it. See these cuts? They're hesitation marks. He was having a hard time at first, got bolder as he went along.
Detective Lennie Briscoe: So you're saying he staged the whole thing?
[Skoda gives a shrugging nod]
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Do you think Eddie Clayman could have put all this on to throw us off the track?
Dr. Emil Skoda: I think you've got the wrong guy.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Hold Clayman on a parole violation 'till we sort all this out.
Dr. Emil Skoda: Whoever killed Sarah Kincaid knew her, and cared about her. Have you talked with her boyfriend?
Detective Rey Curtis: Her father said that she wasn't seeing anybody regularly.
Dr. Emil Skoda: She was pregnant.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: So she did something with somebody nine weeks ago.