Keith Gulbrand: I'm not in it for the money. You know, music's a... it's a spiritual thing.
Patrick Jane: Yeah it is. So's money. Everything that exists has a spiritual essence or none at all.
Patrick Jane: When was the last time you saw a doctor's handwriting that you could read?
Teresa Lisbon: So she's precise. Is that what you're implying?
Patrick Jane: Yes, and the possibility that Dr. Brooke Harper is not a doctor.
Teresa Lisbon: Because she has penmanship skills?
Patrick Jane: And she doesn't have that cold, creepy, doctor-y vibe they all have
Wayne Rigsby: Well, to be fair, not all doctors are cold and creepy.
Patrick Jane: First day of medical school, they give you a stack of books and a dead human being. That, I'm afraid, will change you. Brooke Harper was warm and emotional.
Teresa Lisbon: You like her, so she can't be a doctor?
Patrick Jane: Pretty much.
Grace Van Pelt: The AMA and Boston General both have records of a doctor named Brooke Harper.
Teresa Lisbon: See?
Grace Van Pelt: Uh, but it says here that she's 64 years old.
Patrick Jane: Wow. She looks pretty good.
Teresa Lisbon: Is there a word for uncanny, yet irritating?
Kimball Cho: We're gonna have to take a look around.
Floor Manager: That's not our policy, sir.
Kimball Cho: If we have to obtain a warrant, we're gonna come back here and take every computer, and every piece of paper in this building. And then we're gonna have a sit-down chat with each one of your members.
Floor Manager: Welcome to the Backgammon Club.
Patrick Jane: [to a prince ] Please don't be offended. I-I would've taken your money and given it to a worthy cause. But my friend here is a moralist of childish simplicity. Nice to meet you.
Patrick Jane: My friend, Cho here, will take you by the wrist so as not to let you escape us again.
Kimball Cho: Hi.
Dr. Brooke Harper: Warm hands.
Patrick Jane: Ah, I bet you say that to all your arresting officers.
Teresa Lisbon: And besides, this is a simple plan. It's when you start getting costumes and props that I get nervous.
Grace Van Pelt: Trick plays like this, my dad calls them "Chewing Gum" plays. Sometimes you fool the other guy, and sometimes you end up with gum in your hair.
Patrick Jane: I've been checking shoes for years. This is the first time it's *ever* paid off. First time. It's gratifying man. Very gratifying.
Teresa Lisbon: He's a pistol, isn't he?
Patrick Jane: That urge you have to get one over on people. The need to be smarter than the next guy. It'll keep biting you in the ass.
Dr. Brooke Harper: So my butt'll hurt occasionally. I'll still be smarter than the next guy.