Forensic expert Lincoln Rhyme tells Dr. Barry Lehman, referring to the falcon at his window, "He likes cripples."
”I want to make the final transition on my own terms.”
Lehman: ”I'll assist you in your final transition.” (0:08)
Her lover Steve tells police officer Amelia Donaghy, "My therapist tells me I might not be getting what I need out of this relationship." (0:13)
The train operator asks Donaghy, "Are you out of your mind?" (0:16)
A police officer lectures a group of policemen: "Sad fact is a huge percentage of inner-city kids are having their first drug experiences at the 5th grade level. Now, here are some of the drugs that’ll most likely be offered."
He opens a display entitled “Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.”
”Marijuana. Hashish. Barbiturates. Amphetamines. Cocaine. Rock cocaine.”
Poster: ”DRUGS DO YOU” (0:25)
Rhyme tells Donaghy, "I'd say you have a natural instinct for forensics." (0:27)
Ryan tells Donaghy, "Follow those instincts you were born with." (0:36)
Police detective Paulie Sellitto tells Donaghy, referring to Rhyme and Rhyme’s sister, "He never sees her. Cut himself off." (0:37)
Donaghy tells Sellitto, referring to Rhyme, "Obsessive." (0:38)
Rhyme accesses Donaghy's police employment record: "Father, NYPD officer, deceased, (firearm suicide)... Body found by Daughter." (0:55)
Police detective Howard Cheney asks Donaghy, "Are you out of your mind?" (1:16)
Rhyme’s nurse Thelma tells Donaghy, referring to Rhyme, "He's been worried about you."
”He's already finalized arrangements to self-terminate.”
Donaghy: ”But suicide?” (1:19)
Rhyme tells Donaghy, "There's laws against molesting the handicapped, you know." (1:28)
Sign in book store: "Psychology" (1:31)
By radio, Cheney tells Rhyme, "What you are is a... meddling cripple." (1:38)
Rhyme tells technician Richard, referring to wrongly convicted suspects, "One hung himself." (1:44)