Catherine: When we zig, he zags.
Sara: Do we have a breakfast budget, Grissom?
Grissom: I believe Catherine was going to requisition one.
Sara: Good, cause our plates are up, and nobody has any money.
Gil: Well, look for prints.
Catherine: Don't bother. There aren't any. Just like the last time. The guy's Mr. Clean.
Gil: Now we just have to find the guy and hope that he hasn't done his laundry.
Greg: Freaky, huh?
Catherine: Freakiest semen I've seen in a while.
Sara: I'm going to do it, Grissom. I want to.
Gil: You want to put yourself in the path of a psychotic killer?
Sara: I'm trained in weaponless defense.
Gil: Too bad, because that's what turns him on -- women fighting back. Gives him a greater sense of power when he makes his final kill.
Greg: You got a hot dog?
Catherine: This one of your jokes, Greg?
Greg: I got the ketchup.
Catherine: All of which I'm sure you'll share with the FBI.
Gil: I'm sure.
Catherine: Hey ... is it so bad to avail our lab to the resources of the federal government?"
Gil: You've been to talking to our Sheriff.
Catherine: I've been listening to our Sheriff. He says that you won't.
Gil: Yeah, yeah, I know. And if I don't shape up he going to have Ecklie take over the case.
Catherine: Well, no. He preferred someone from night shift and it may be more than just this case.
Gil: Ah. Now that the trees are gone, I can almost see the forest.
Catherine: Gil ... learn to be more politic.
Gil: (to Sara) Sometimes, the hardest thing to do is to do nothing.
Gil: Occasionally I'm struck by the absence of evidence.
Gil: Oh, do I get the weekend off?
Sheriff Brian Mobley: For starters ... and a two-week holiday ... anywhere but CSI. You brought this on yourself. Now, the next time you want to play with my career, maybe you'll think twice.
Hunter F. Baumgartner: Believe me, Mister, the last place that you will find me is in a woman's bedroom. Unless we're discussing window treatments.
Gil: Did you come here to tell me about your new job?
Catherine: I told the Sheriff I'd pass.
Gil: You don't want to be a Supervisor?
Catherine: Well, if I get a promotion, I want it to be on merit ... not because you're politically tone-deaf.
Catherine: (to Gil) So, our guys are outside in their Tahoes. If you're a civilian, we are. Except we are putting in for overtime.
Catherine: Never doubt and never look back. That's how I live my life.