|Vincent D'Onofrio||Det. Robert Goren|
|Kathryn Erbe||Det. Alexandra Eames||(credit only)|
|Jamey Sheridan||Capt. James Deakins|
|Courtney B. Vance||A.D.A. Ron Carver|
|Samantha Buck||Det. G. Lynn Bishop|
[Looking around a suspect's computer collection]
Goren: What're you running here, Raymond? A group home for computers?
Bishop: A computer geek who can clone himself. Scary thought.
Deakins: When we catch this guy, he's going to owe me a bottle of aspirin.
MCS Computer Tech: Gotcha, monkey brain.
[Goren, to Bishop, after he has lashed out a suspect who he thought was behind on his child support payments and is proved wrong]
Goren: Croydon ... McVee is another Croydon...
Bishop: Who's, Who's Croydon?
Goren: He ran out on his wife. She used him to get at me... And the pattern, one, one, two: It's Wally Stevens .
Bishop: I don't know what you're talking about.
Goren: He was an actuary. He had a pattern of five. Five, five notes. Five... pins... Eames would have known.
(See also  A Person of Interest and  Probability)
Goren: It's about yearning. He misses his partner.
Carver: He killed her to drive his partner back into his arms? That's almost juvenile.
Goren: It's primitive. Panic is a primitive emotion. That's how he felt without his partner.
[To a partner]
Suspect: I told you, I didn't even know her name. She was just a gamer.
[To suspect's partner]
Goren: Just a gamer? Your partner let a gamer get between you two. If my partner was putting me through that – abandoning me, leaving me vulnerable, impotent, for a nobody – That's unforgivable.
[Goren's cell phone rings. He opens it, looks at the message, and he looks relieved]
Goren: Seven pounds, eight ounces.
Bishop: It's great. You, You should call her. I'll handle the booking.
[After Eames gave birth to a baby boy]