[Claire walks out of the station after being released and sees Fin on the street holding a package]
Claire Rinato: How's my grandmother?
Fin Tutuola: She's holding her own. Won't be able to see her till tomorrow.
[Claire sees the package he's holding]
Claire Rinato: What's that?
[Fin gives it to her and she opens it]
Fin Tutuola: Your last excuse not to go to rehab.
[It's the computer-generated picture of her sister Lisa]
Fin Tutuola: No more lame-ass whining about how you gotta get high to remember what your sister looked like.
Claire Rinato: I would hug you, but I can tell you don't like to be touched.
[Fin gives her a card with a name of a place on it]
Fin Tutuola: This is a good place to go to start getting clean. A friend of mine runs it and I told him to expect you.
Claire Rinato: Okay
Fin Tutuola: Don't make me have to come run your ass down, Claire.
[Claire can't help it and hugs Fin]
Claire Rinato: Thanks
[Fin slowly starts to hug her back as he closes his eyes]
[Claire Rinato wakes up in a hospital bed and sees Detective Fin Tutuola reading a paper at her bedside after him saving her from a drug over dose]
Fin Tutuola: Trying to take the easy way out?
Claire Rinato: And if I was?
Fin Tutuola: Then it's too bad I got there in time.
Claire Rinato: I really didn't mean to overdo it. Really.
Fin Tutuola: That's what all junkies say.
Claire Rinato: You've done your good deed, now you can go.
[Fin looks up from his paper]
Fin Tutuola: Maybe you don't get it, you're in serious trouble, if you don't pay attention you're going to prison.
Claire Rinato: Are you still here?
[Fin looks back down at his paper]
Fin Tutuola: I really can't believe, you know I almost bought it. How you took care of your sister and loved her. Damn girl, you're better than the soaps.
Claire Rinato: You have no idea what it feels like to have a mother that doesn't give a damn about you.
Fin Tutuola: Violins gonna start any minute.
Claire Rinato: Screw you. Lisa was all I had. She was actually happy to see me come through the door. Unconditional love is a rush.
[Fin puts the paper away and comes to closer to the bed]
Fin Tutuola: Give it to me straight. You kill her?
Claire Rinato: No, but I couldn't protect her. Grace was too strong. She told me, that if I didn't keep my mouth shut, I was next.
Fin Tutuola: You tell anybody?
Claire Rinato: I called my grandmother the first time I was alone, but she was recovering from another stroke and I guess she didn't believe me.
Fin Tutuola: If that's how it went down, then it wasn't your fault.
Claire Rinato: That little girl trusted me to keep her safe. How is it not my fault?
Claire Rinato: [to Fin] You look like a pimp. All you need is a feather hat and a crushed velvet suit.
Rose Rinato: Grace, I'm tired of the guilt, I'm tried of cleaning up your mess, I'm tired of you! You suck the life out of everything you touch, but you won't get Claire.
Grace Rinato: What the hell is so special about her?
Rose Rinato: [long pause, glares at Grace] She never killed anybody, Grace.
ADA Alexandra Cabot: [on why the defendant should not be released on bail] Your Honor, the defendant murdered a child. She violently beat a two-year-old child to death and shows no remorse.
Judge Lena Petrovsky: Do you plan on trying your case here, Ms. Cabot?
ADA Alexandra Cabot: No, I'm just using rhetoric to prove my point.
Judge Lena Petrovsky: One of your more endearing qualities.
Rose Rinato: [to Grace] Deep down I knew you'd kill again. The only reason you didn't get to Claire is because I took her.
Detective Olivia Benson: [as Rose is being arrested and Elliot cuffs her] Do we have to use the cuffs?
Rose Rinato: I am responsible for the deaths of two innocent children. I think handcuffs are appropriate.
Fin Tutuola: [to Cabot] Claire's on her way back to the Tombs. Is there anything we can do to help her?
ADA Alexandra Cabot: No, she's going to prison. With her history of violent rages, the jury's going to believe that she is guilty.
Fin Tutuola: That's what you're going with? She did it 'cause you can sell it?
ADA Alexandra Cabot: I'm not railroading her.
Fin Tutuola: You just need a win to get the boss out of your ass.
ADA Alexandra Cabot: You seem to have done a 180 all of a sudden.
Fin Tutuola: Excuse me?
Donald Cragen: Alex, if Claire killed her sister, she wouldn't have taken the finger after all those years.
ADA Alexandra Cabot: Well, I might be able to sell that if she had turned her mother in or asked for help or told someone.
Fin Tutuola: She did tell somebody. She told Grandma. Grace had three kids. Two are dead. Now I don't like those odds, do you?