Det. John Munch: Will you ever have dinner with me?
M.E. Elizabeth Rodgers: Not while I can still feed myself.
Lennie Briscoe: [referring to the prior unsolved case] There was this annoying old homeless lady, and a lot of snow. Logan and I froze our asses off - that's the main thing I remember.
Detective Elliot Stabler: What about the guy in the car?
Lennie Briscoe: Stiff as a board. But not from the cold. We looked and looked but we never found the weapon. Just a description of a guy with glasses.
Detective Olivia Benson: Black, like Buddy Holly?
Lennie Briscoe: Yeah, black - like Buddy Holly.
Ed Green: Fashions change, clothing, hairstyles, glasses.
Lennie Briscoe: We arrested the wrong guy. It was just one of those days all around. The only description we had was from one eyewitness, Jill Templeton. This guy's back?
Detective Olivia Benson: With two more hits under his belt.
Detective Olivia Benson: The crime scene is a big grope spot.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Romantic. Teenagers, honeymooners...
[glances at Olivia]
Detective Elliot Stabler: ...co-workers.
Captain Donald Cragen: So where's this guy's love interest?
Detective Olivia Benson: Uh... we're running down the prints.
Det. John Munch: Maybe he was alone.
Detective Olivia Benson: [sarcastic] Well, maybe his pants came off from the force of the shot.
Det. John Munch: All I'm saying is he could have been having safe sex with himself.
Det. John Munch: Vanity, my name is woman.
Detective Monique Jefferies: It's frailty, not vanity, you misogynist.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Those are not wagon trains circled around Stephanie. Those were tanks.
Detective Monique Jefferies: He was shot with a Black Talon?
Det. John Munch: Cop killers. They haven't been made since 1994.
Detective Monique Jefferies: Yeah, because they killed too many cops.
Det. John Munch: Nah, the real reason was, it was instantly recognizable. Bullet makers want anonymity. If you can't prove where the bullet was made, you can't sue the manufacturer. Where would we be without lawyers?
Jack McCoy: [Referring to investigating the Mulroneys] I hope we're right on this.
Captain Donald Cragen: I heard Logan's learning to love Staten Island.
Det. John Munch: [yelling] You're enjoying this, these little guys trying to sweet-talk you into giving us a little crumb of information.
Arthur Pruitt: Oh yeah, yeah, it's the high point of my life.
Det. John Munch: Better than shooting those people in cold blood, you little reptilian geek?
Arthur Pruitt: Oh, it's bad cops now?
Det. John Munch: [yelling] You bet your ass.
Detective Monique Jefferies: John, easy.
Det. John Munch: [still in a loud tone] You did it, you piece of crap. I know it, you know it.
Det. John Munch: No, I'm going to kill this guy myself.
Arthur Pruitt: [to Jeffries] Call him off, call him off.
Det. John Munch: I'm gonna Mike Tyson you, you bastard!
Arthur Pruitt: Come on. Is this legal?
Detective Monique Jefferies: Probably not.
Det. John Munch: [whispering] I'm gonna kill you, I'm gonna kill you, I'm gonna kill you.
Reporter #1: Mr. McCoy, any response to that?
Jack McCoy: I'm sorry, to what?
Reporter #1: That holding Ms. Mulroney without bail is totally ridiculous?
Jack McCoy: The Mulroney family is used to getting it's way.
Reporter #1: Are you saying they get preferential treatment?
Jack McCoy: Ah, come on.
[McCoy walks away]
Abbie Carmichael: We're saying they deserve all due process of the law. No more, no less.
Patrick Rumsey: My client pleads not guilty, Your Honor.
Judge Barry Abrams: I assume the people ask for bail?
Jack McCoy: We ask for remand, Your Honor.
Patrick Rumsey: You're joking?
Jack McCoy: We have information the defendant's family obtained an expedited passport for her only yesterday.
Abbie Carmichael: As you know, also, Your Honor, she has unlimited financial resources
Judge Barry Abrams: I think we're all aware of that, Ms. Carmichael.
Abbie Carmichael: Therefore, we believe she's a serious flight risk.
Patrick Rumsey: Your Honor, this is incredible.
Judge Barry Abrams: I agree. I find it incredible that this young woman should have so lowered herself to the standards by which she was raised. And I find it believable that she would put herself above the law. I don't intend to have Ms. Mulroney gallivanting around Europe like some jet-set fugitive. Not on my court's record. Bail is denied and I intend to remand the defendant to the Department of Corrections.
Det. John Munch: One minute you're getting your doorknob polished, the next you're sweet talking your way past St. Peter.
Adam Schiff: The nuclear medicine wing at Bronx general, Mulroney chair in public policy at the new school.
Barry Rhinehart: Not to mention paying for the restoration of half the structures in the park. My god, Senator Mulroney was instrumental in getting sex crime legislation passed in the Senate.
Captain Donald Cragen: For which we're eternally grateful.
Adam Schiff: Don't be facetious. We're up against some very big guns.
Captain Donald Cragen: I met them. The matriarch and her white-shoe lawyer. Look, Adam, this girl's story is a mess.
Barry Rhinehart: She was in shock. What's the motive, by the way?
Captain Donald Cragen: She was involved with the victim in Saratoga. Now, maybe he date raped her, maybe he had sex with her and forgot to call. Either way, she was mortified. We think she stewed in her resentment for years -...
Adam Schiff: You think? You think!
Captain Donald Cragen: [continuing] And when she ran into him in the city, she allowed herself to be picked up.
Barry Rhinehart: So that she could go out necking, then run outside and shoot him while he cooperated by sitting still?
Captain Donald Cragen: This girl is no stranger to trouble, she's been arrested for cocaine.
Barry Rhinehart: Possession. You're talking about murder for god's sake.
Adam Schiff: Find the weapon, make the case!
Captain Donald Cragen: [voice rising] We have a case! We have motive! We have opportunity!
Barry Rhinehart: What about means? Where's the gun?
Captain Donald Cragen: Maybe in the Hudson River. Maybe the East River!
Captain Donald Cragen: Sir, with all due respect, 90 percent of all murderer's you put into Attica are there without a murder weapon.
Adam Schiff: Talk to McCoy.
Captain Donald Cragen: Thank you.
Captain Donald Cragen: Cocaine users, last I heard, were prone to distorting the truth. She lied to us about when she met the victim, she lied about her trauma the morning after the shooting so Mommy Dearest could put her on ice
Jack McCoy: Hail Regina. Queen of the Mulroney clan.
Captain Donald Cragen: I've had it up to here with these people.
Abbie Carmichael: [to Cragen] What about your composite of the shooter?
Captain Donald Cragen: What about it, Abbie?
Abbie Carmichael: Well, it's based on her eyewitness account. If she's so unreliable, where does that leave you?
Captain Donald Cragen: With her. We think she's the shooter. Like I told Schiff, motive, opportunity. Okay, now she told us she was changing the radio station when this black-rimmed guy appeared, okay? But she can't remember what song was playing. You change the station when something is on that annoys you! These are things you remember. She's zooming us, Jack.
Abbie Carmichael: A .44 is a big gun. The whole idea of her shooting him from behind begs credulity.
Jack McCoy: She didn't have to pull the trigger. We'll have to deal with damage control from Schiff. And the Press and security after the arraignment.
Abbie Carmichael: Jack, these are powerful people. They're magnets for weirdos.
Captain Donald Cragen: [to McCoy] You're going for it?
Jack McCoy: Making false statements, luring a guy to his death for revenge. We'll go murder two, and then we'll flip her on the shooter.