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A wealthy defense attorney is murdered at her son's wedding. The case seems to be going fine until all the evidence and Nick's car are stolen, compromising the investigation. The team assume that the car and evidence robberies are connected, but when they uncover new evidence, the team is able to piece the crime together.
Catherine: (watching the mother-in-law in the wedding dvd) Justifiable homicide?
Frank Rosetti: I don't self diaper brides for nothing
Nick: Where's the statue?
Greg: In your car.
Gil: (To Hodges) Could you close the door please? (Hodges closes his offfice door and turns to look at him) From the other side.
Nick: I'm tired. I kinda smell, and I don't have a freaking car.
Catherine: (As Nick's truck is rolled into the lab covered in graffitti) Hey look they fixed it.
is a highly acclaimed 1951 film by noted Japanese director Akira Kurosawa, which tells a tale about a crime from four different points of view, the victim, the criminal, a relative of the victim, and a disinterested observer.
Greg: Dude. Where's your car?
Reference to the move Dude, Where's My Car?
Catherine: Oh Romeo you don't have time for romance.
Romeo is one of the title characters from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.