Detective Jane Rizzoli: I'm always sad I missed the Irish crime wars.
Dr. Maura Isles: It's a shame that they penetrated his temporal lobe. That would have been an excellent brain to study.
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Yeah. Bummer.
Detective Barry Frost: [to Korsak] Sixty-two bucks at Dairy Freeze. What the hell did you eat?
Dr. Maura Isles: He introduced himself as Mr. Selsi. It's Isles, my adoptive name, spelled backward.
Detective Jane Rizzoli: I know, you keep saying that.
Dr. Maura Isles: He was toying with me from the start, while he was staring at his murdered son.
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Come on. He came to say a final goodbye to Colin, and he knew that you wanted a DNA sample, so he gave you some of his blood. That's a guy with balls!
Dr. Maura Isles: Come on, you're defending a stone cold killer.
Detective Jane Rizzoli: No I'm n
Detective Jane Rizzoli: yes I am. Uh, and, I'm gonna stop now. Look, I think that whoever killed Colin knew that his murder would draw Patrick out.
Detective Jane Rizzoli: I mean, if it makes you feel better, these were all bad guys.
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Oh, don't tell me that you're finally letting emotion run that big brain.
Dr. Maura Isles: I don't know who I am anymore. I just...
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Come on. You're the same ridiculously smart, amazing, goofy person that you were before. I mean knowing that he is the source of the sperm doesn't change that.
Dr. Maura Isles: Well don't be so sure. Technically you did just say that my father's a killer.
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Mm mm mm. I said the sperm donor was a killer.
Frank Rizzoli Sr.: Nothing's mixed up, Frankie. Everything's in the order of the order of things.
Frankie Rizzoli Jr.: [handing him a section of pipe] What the hell does that even mean? Here.
Detective Barry Frost: We're waitin' on a warrant. Can't touch the car.
Detective Jane Rizzoli: [instructing Maura in the art of throwing peanuts at one's sibling] Yeah, aim at the head. Face. Yes. Nice. Very nice!
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Where's Maura?
Detective Barry Frost: Stuck in traffic
Detective Jane Rizzoli: She shouldn't wear high heels to a crime scene
Dr. Maura Isles: [Arrives at crime scene] Why not? These are very comfortable
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Yeah. Bet you can run in them too
Dr. Maura Isles: Oh, I don't think that's a good idea
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Oh, that's why. All judges took off early for the holiday weekend
Dr. Maura Isles: Oh, I'd like to be a judge someday
Detective Jane Rizzoli: I'd like to run off and join the circus
Dr. Maura Isles: So, John Doe, 20s, he's in good health
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Except for the ice-pick sticking out of his ear
Detective Barry Frost: [Looking at drawings] Whoa, check this out. Our victim was an artist. Look like they're done by a computer
Dr. Maura Isles: No, they're by hand. This may be evidence of a very high IQ
Detective Jane Rizzoli: How much more evidence would you need?
Dr. Maura Isles: Extensive use of polyhedra
[Korsak, Frost and Jane look puzzled]
Dr. Maura Isles: Geometric signs in thrae dimensions with flat faces and straight edges
Vince Korsak: Yeah, sure. I like that stuff
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Find anything?
Dr. Maura Isles: Cause of death: massive cerebral hemorrhage caused by an ice pick penetrating the brain
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Yeah, I figured the ice pick had somewhat to do with it. I meant find anything that helps us know who he is
Dr. Maura Isles: I'm fidgeting. Fidgeting ain't me, I... I never fidget
Detective Jane Rizzoli: Welcome to the human race
Detective Barry Frost: [Showing his latest computer program] It's an encryption scanner used for network enumeration, It's pretty cutting edge. But our software was able to crack its binary and source codes
Vince Korsak: Let me guess. We now know where Jimmy Hoffa is buried?