Jo Danville: [Mac returns to the lab after Lindsay's ceremony] Hi. I'm Jo Danville. I'm your new crime scene investigator, and this young woman is dead.
Jo Danville: [about the dead body she discovered in the lab] My first thought was it's a practical joke. You know, "Welcome to the New York crime lab."
Detective Mac Taylor: We usually sabotage a pair of latex gloves or have a tech pose as a dead body in Autopsy, then suddenly pop to life. But murder? Not our style.
Jo Danville: Good to know.
Jo Danville: I had to go through a pat-down and practically give up my firstborn to get through security and up to this lab.
Detective Mac Taylor: We're gonna snip a lock of your hair before we give you a desk.
Jo Danville: My point being that if she doesn't work in the crime lab, how did she get onto this floor?
Detective Mac Taylor: Trust me, that's a question I definitely want answered.
Detective Mac Taylor: Mr. Westwick, do you have any idea why you were attacked last night?
Theodore Westwick: It could have been any number of things.
Detective Don Flack: Money, jealousy, and revenge are the big three.
Jo Danville: His story explains a lot. The plan to burglarize the office? Premeditated. That's why the security system was down. Scissors as a murder weapon, grabbed in a moment of rage. This murder was a crime of passion. Two separate crimes.
Detective Mac Taylor: So, Alex was attempting burglary at the same time Westwick was killing Sarah.
Jo Danville: Do you believe him?
Detective Mac Taylor: I will, when we find the proof.