Catherine: What's going on? This is my scene.
Ecklie: High profile case -- woke up the supervisors. All hands on deck, Cath. Grissom's lead on this. He's the senior supervisor.
Catherine: If it's all hands on deck, what are you doing behind the tape?
Ecklie: You know if I cross the tape, my name goes on the crime scene log that gets subpoenaed by the defense, and I have to testify.
Catherine: And when was the last time you testified?
Ecklie: That's not my primary job anymore. I'm an administrator. I run interference for you guys ... starting with the press.
Grissom: It's nothing personal, Catherine. Cases like these rain down hard. You need
all the help you can get.
Catherine: I need help, not supervision.
Grissom: Well, howdy. I was wondering, do you carry adult diapers?
Madge: Oh, we sure do. What are you, about a 34, 36?
Grissom: Well, they're not for me.
Madge: Oh. Well, aren't you lucky to have such a nice daddy?
Nick: I'm going to have a look around.
Grissom: Sort of. I was wondering, in your line of work, do you ever wear a uniform or a dress?
Madge: No, but I could. Are you a drinker or a stinker?
Grissom: Excuse me?
Madge: Well, a drinker likes to ... (She motions to her breasts.) ... and stinker ... (She
Grissom: I get it.
(Gil and Catherine are sitting at a dinner table.)
Catherine: Which part? The part where I got in your face or the part where I, uh, lost evidence, or uh, maybe you just miss me.
Gil: I did miss you. I missed your passion and your tenacity. I even missed your tush.
(Catherine chokes on her drink. Grissom takes a sip from his drink.)
Catherine: Really. Thank you.