Barrington : The clientele at Rock Ridge insists on anonymity.
Detective Joe Fontana : Look, pal, it's been a very long day. Will you just please give us the name?
Barrington : Please don't raise your voice, sir.
Detective Joe Fontana : Don't tell me not to raise my voice. We've come all the way up here from New York.
Barrington : It doesn't matter if you came all the way from the Vatican. We don't release the names of our clientele.
Detective Ed Green : Hey, look here, before my partner smacks you, let me show you what kind of work your clientele does.
[showing Barrington pictures of Emily]
Detective Ed Green : This is before. This is after.
Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers : Emily Newton's tox screen. Positive for zolpidem and Oxycodone. It's Ambien and Percocet, which she was prescribed by the burn unit. But on the night she died, she took a handful of each.
Detective Ed Green : You said she died of strangulation.
Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers : She did. After she drugged herself into oblivion.
Detective Joe Fontana : She doped herself up so she wouldn't feel anything.
Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers : All she had to do was get on a chair, rig the noose, and wait for the cocktail to kick in.