Mitch: "Okay, Tina. I brought your clo... Oh, you're asleep on the bed. What would be a totally normal thing for me to do right now? Probably climb in bed with you. Night night."
Linden: Ignore Call.
Holder: "Is that your fiancé begging for you to fly to Sonoma?"
Linden: "No, I screwed that pooch. In the vernacular. This is Jack's father I am ignoring. Please roll down your window if you are going to smoke anything besides a million pieces of gum."
Holder: "I have come to the conclusion that you are obsessed with Rosie Larsen and possibly with another unrelated dead girl from before."
Linden: "You should be a CIA profiler."
Holder: "Did you know a fact about elephants?"
Linden: "Animals do not interest me. Only dead girls."
Linden: "Hello Coworker. You will update me on my various warrants over the telephone."
Coworker: "Well, Lt. Carlson has killed both your Ames phone record warrant and your casino warrant."
Linden: "This must be what humans call a panic attack."
When they get back to the station -- since basically they have nothing to do now -- Gil comes out of Carlson's office grinning as if to say "We white men have a plan," but Carlson pretends it's unrelated and then before you know it, Michael Ames shows up with a lawyer and Jasper in tow.
Jasper: "I am quite the trickster, it turns out. See, after I shat myself at his job site, my father beat me into remembering that it was I who sent the blackmailing text message. From Rosie's phone. As a hilarious joke."
Holder: "Yes, your sense of humor is legendary. Nothing quite like the whimsical sense of fun you bring to the everyday, Jasper Ames."
Michael: "So I guess we're done here. That obvious lie is somehow proof that I didn't kill that little girl who might be my daughter or my prostitute."
Lawyer: "He's right. It says so in the law. By the way, here is a credit card record that proves he took the ferry to and from the casino that night, which is an actual alibi."
Holder: "The night you were supposed to leave for Las Vegas, you took a ferry to a casino? Really?"
Michael: "You might say I have a problem."
Linden: "I have a problem also. It is that you arrived at home in a cab at four AM..."
Michael: "I have to go construct things now. Goodbye."