Gil Grissom: [Questioning Harry about the death of the young singer] Why did you move the body? Why didn't you call for help?
Harry Bastille: Because I didn't want anybody comin' into my space. Wanted to spend my time in the last place that I was ever happy. We were like a family back there, beautiful moment in time
Sheriff Montgomery: [Grissom has realized that a murder that took place back in the 1958 at the same casino where a murder took place in present day led to the arrest of an innocent man who died in prison] Wilson signed a confession.
Gil Grissom: Yeah, but they say some of you guys used to drive suspects out in to the desert, show 'em a hole in the ground and give 'em a choice of either signing a confession or getting in the hole.
Sheriff Montgomery: We got a good clean print.
Gil Grissom: The file says that you lifted the print from Rosethal's alligator wallet. Now I examined it. Alligator skin would've left voids.
Sheriff Montgomery: Y'know, in the old days, criminals used to be afraid of us. Now it's the other way around.
Gil Grissom: [holds out a photo] Does he look familiar to you? He's been squatting at the Chateau Rouge. I ran his prints against the unidentified from the scene in '58. This man was all over the place.
Sheriff Montgomery: All the crime that's goin' on in Vegas these days, you got time to poke around in my old cases? Good to see you, son. Thanks for the drink.
[Leaves the scene]
Sheriff Montgomery: [Sees Grissom approaching his poker game] Well, I'll be damned. You're two years late, George deal 'em in.
Gil Grissom: No, I can't, Sheriff, I'm working.
Sheriff Montgomery: Well, then what are you doing here?
Gil Grissom: I was hopin' to talk to you, actually. About the Chateau Rouge.
Sheriff Montgomery: [Realizes why Grissom is there] One hand. You win, I'll talk.