Richard Castle: Man, these people need to get a life. Most of these guys, it seems their only companionship is the space alien that talks to them through their microwave.
Kate Beckett: Yeah, well, there's a lot of lonely and confused people out there, but so far none of the letters match the handwriting in our the suspect's notebook.
Richard Castle: Considering what he's capable of, you would think Bracken would have more... formidable enemies.
Kate Beckett: Oh, obviously you never saw the letter that I sent him.
Richard Castle: No, I did actually. I liked the way you uh, dotted the 'I' on "kill" with a little heart. It was a nice touch.
Kate Beckett: Well, I was trying to give it a personal feel.
Kevin Ryan: When I started in Narcotics, I was so green. I-I didn't know how things got done. One day, there's this major bust; street gang cooking meth. They're stacking up guys in the bullpen, taking their statements one by one. The place is a zoo. I'm answering phones in the squad. Girl on the line, name of Alisha, asking for my lieutenant. So I call out across the bullpen, "Hey, lieu, Alisha's on the phone for you."
Kevin Ryan: It was her tip that got these guys nailed, and all of them just heard me call out her name. Searched all day and all night, looking for her before the gang could get word back to the street that she was a narc.
Kate Beckett: Well, did you find her?
Kevin Ryan: I did. Got her into witness protection, but... that was the stupidest thing I'd ever done as a cop. Until the day Jerry Tyson got the drop on me and stole my weapon.