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Stella was born in 1975. Stella was an orphan and grew up in St. Basil's Orphanage and a variety of foster homes.
Of the four complaints on her record, two are from felons subsequently imprisoned, one is from a murder suspect released because of an error by an ADA, and the fourth is filed in "Supply and Demand" (episode 120) by the father of a college student suspected of selling drugs that had already killed a fellow student. The insinuation is that Stella is willing to push a suspect's buttons in an effort to get a confession or information. Stella does not suffer fools gladly.
During "Open and Shut" (episode 306), she initially expresses sympathy for a woman who appears to be the only survivor of a multiple homicide in her home. After further investigation reveals that the woman is not the victim but the mastermind of the crime, Stella is furious and confronts the woman in the interrogation room. When the woman smugly compares her situation to Stella's with Frankie, Stella counters that their situations were nothing alike; Stella had been a victim who acted out of self-defense, while the woman was a cold-blooded murderer who wanted to escape what she hinted was a bad marriage. In episode 202, "Grand Murder at Central Station," she is plainly disgusted by the murder suspect's belittling of his blind victim.
In episode 316, "Heart of Glass," Stella accidentally cuts herself on a piece of glass while processing a crime scene, potentially exposing herself to the victim's HIV-positive blood. Though she immediately cleans and bandanges the wound, as well as starting an anti-viral regimen, she cannot know for several months whether she has contracted HIV. The uncertainty has already interfered with her life, as when she refuses to let Hawkes touch her after a suspect smashes the one-way mirror in the interrogation room, and Stella is cut on the cheek by a shard of the broken mirror. By episode 320, "What Schemes May Come," she expresses a desire to know once and for all whether or not she is HIV-positive. Stella asks Mac to requisition the necessary supplies for a PCR DNA test, which will provide faster results than the standard tests. As the lab already has the facilities required and someone (specifically lab tech Adam Ross) qualified to perform the tests, Mac approves the expense. Adam later performs the test, and she learns, to her elation, that she is HIV-negative (episode 321, "Past Imperfect").
Stella's timely arrival in the autopsy room, as well as her administration of epinephrine, is critical in saving the life of coroner Sid Hammerback, who suffers a severe allergic reaction to a sandwich he had eaten earlier. Later, Stella expresses her concern to Hammerback that she may have exposed him to HIV when she administered CPR, but he is simply grateful to her and happy to be alive (episode 317, "The Ride In").
Stella's blood is accidentally entered into CODIS due to a lab tech error during her PCR DNA test. Philadelphia Homicide gets a hit for it in a cold case involving some bloody clothes found buried along a highway. The Cold Case Squad sends out Detective Scotty Valens (played by Danny Pino to investigate and question Stella's involvement. Despite his initial threat of handcuffing her, he eventually clears her of culpability in the matter. After he leaves New York, Stella figures out the true culprit is her foster sister. She locates the woman, who is living under an alias, and, while she does confront her, Stella does not immediately cuff her, but gives her a day to flee. It is unknown how much she later reveals to Detective Valens (episode 322, Cold Reveal).
Stella and her colleagues attempt to defend Mac Taylor on the stand after the senior CSI comes under fire for his supposed culpability in the death of kidnapper/murderer Clay Dobson. She is forced to admit that Mac violated department procedures when he charged alone after Dobson. However, Stella later advises Mac to learn to play politics, as that is what the trumped-up charges are all about. After Mac is cleared, she congratulates him on a game well-played, but agree that this is likely not the last time he will be put under the microscope (episode 323, "...Comes Around").
In season four, Stella begins somewhat dating a guy named Drew, though he was really coming onto her more than she wanted him. He keeps sending her gifts despite her getting annoyed after a while. It eventually is revealed that he was really a former childhood friend of Mac's who blamed Mac for the death of his brother in an incident that happened when the two were teenagers.
During most of season five, Stella was caught up in a ring of antiquities theft and forgery that eventually led her to Greece. She was threatened at one point by a man named Sebastian Diaklos, to stay off the case, but kept on it. One of the suspects was proven to have killed someone, but had diplomatic immunity in the US. Stella tried to lock him in a shipping container to get him back to Cyprus, where he could stand trial, but he was found and released before the ship left port. Stella then followed the trail of the case to Greece, leaving her badge on Mac's desk after he yelled at her to stay out of the case. Another of the suspects was a childhood professor friend of Stella's, who tells her as he lay dying after being shot that he loved Stella's mother.
In the first episode of season seven, it's revealed that Stella took a job as head of the New Orleans crime lab.
What drives Det. Bonasera:
Relationships:Stella's most recent romantic relationship was with Frankie Mala, an artist. Frankie first appeared in the second episode of season two, "Grand Murder at Central Station," and he appeared occasionally throughout the rest of the season. In episode 221, "All Access," after discovering that Frankie had secretly taped them making love and uploaded the footage to the Internet, Stella broke off their relationship. Frankie breaks into her apartment shortly after and binds Stella in her living room. Stella manages to free herself and, fearing for her life, is forced to kill Frankie with her service weapon.
Stella cares deeply for all the members of her team. She is very close to Mac Taylor and constantly worries about his physical and mental well-being. She and Mac have one of the noticeably closest relationships on the show. Stella acts as his right hand, the most senior member of his team aside from himself. They are so close that, in preparation for a date with a woman he met in a coffee shop, Mac allows Stella to remove his tie at the end of episode 123 ("What You See Is What You See"). Considering how uptight Mac had been during the course of the first season, this can be seen as a very trusting, if not intimate, gesture. Stella is also protective of the rest of her colleagues. During episode 311, "Raising Shane," a police captain who dislikes Danny Messer harasses him at a crime scene, calling Danny a felon and hinting that he would have Danny dismissed. Stella steps in and tells the captain to back off Danny or the captain would have to answer to her. After Sheldon Hawkes is cleared of the crime that he was framed for, Stella is the first person to greet him when he is released, enveloping him in a warm hug.
Stella has also built a strong friendship with the newest member of the team Lindsay Monroe. She is hurt when Lindsay refuses to share her troubles in episode 312, "Silent Night," but when Lindsay later comes to her and asks for a friend, Stella responds immediately, "You've got one." Stella often calls Lindsay "kiddo," which indicates how close the two have become since Lindsay came to New York. When Lindsay must return to Montana to testify in a murder trial, Stella, not Mac, is the one she informs first. Just a few minutes before the trial begins, Lindsay calls her to talk to her and Stella comforts her. Also, when Lindsay is in the lab and worried about how the chemicals may affect the baby, it's Stella she turns to. Lindsay tells her "a friend from the Jersey lab" was pregnant. Stella offers comfort and tells her to tell her "friend" congratsand that if her"friends" coworkers are like Lindsay's, they'd all work on it with her. Stella is also good friends with Det. Don Flack. They often work cases together, and she appreciates his sense of humor. In episode 221, "All Access," Flack is especially gentle with Stella when he comes to take her statement following her ordeal. He tells her she's a friend and she responds that he is a "very good friend." In "Charge of this Post" (episode 224), she takes turns with the other team members staying at Flack's bedside as he recovers from his near-fatal injuries from a bomb blast.
Defining Cases (or Episodes):
Officer Blue : This episode sent sparks flying between Mac and Stella and alas people could say this was the birth of SMacked ;)
All Access : Stella is found on the floor of her apartment near her dead boyfriend. She tries to piece together what happened to her but she is suffering from amnesia. Meanwhile the team tries to put together the evidence in her apartment but none of it looks good.
Open and Shut : Stella at first expresses sympthay to the woman who claims she shot the man who bludgeoned her husband to death but later learns that the woman killed both men.
Heart of Glass : Stella cuts her arm on a piece of bloody glass at a crime scene and then later learns that she may have contracted HIV.
Cold Reveal : Stella is a suspect in a Cold Case and a detective from Philadelphia brings up parts of her life she hasn't thought about in ages. Will the detective let her help work the case and is she hiding something?
Past Imperfect : Stella learns to her delight from Adam after he performed the HIV test that she is HIV negative.
Right Next Door : Mac sends Stella home to rest after she's pulled extra hours but instead of getting a good night's sleep she has to escape from her apartment because its on fire. She tries to help the team figure out how the fire got started but could one of the clues be in her own apartment?
Prey: Did a killer learn how to commit his crime from attending one of Stella's university lectures?
Grounds for Deception: Stella travels to Greece to solve a ring of antiquities theft and forgery, and learns that one of the suspects is a childhood friend who knew her mother.
Rest In Peace, Marina Garito: A woman appears to have committed suicide, but Stella isn't convinced, and pursues the case until the evidence for murder is found.
Trivia:In the first season Stella wears a black coloured steel wrist watch. In the second season she tends to wear a brown cuff style wrist watch. Her black watch is scratched when she is handcuffed behind her back. The handcuffs on her wrists scratched the glass surface of the wrist watch. When she is handcuffed, she puts her wrists behind her back and insists to be handcuffed. She states that she enjoys the feeling of handcuffs on her wrists. Also, Stella is the official unpaid safety person of the lab.
Badge number: 8946
She guest lectured in a Forensics class at Chelsea University sometime during the fifth season.
She speaks fluent Greek.
One of the tie-in novels had Stella contracting leptospirosis, a respiratory infection, from a case she worked, and she ends up hospitalized briefly.
Stella Bonasera: (to suspect) Teaching somebody a lesson only works if they're alive to learn it.
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: [hands Stella a spleen from a victim] Oh, I've got something else.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Don't make me hold something again!
Detective Stella Bonasera: Why haven't you taken your wedding ring off?
Detective Mac Taylor: Because, uh, I don't know. I don't want to.
[examining the woman who was hit by a car]
Detective Mac Taylor: No clothes, no shoes, no handbag, just lace.
Detective Stella Bonasera: If this is the new look for spring, you can count me out.
[Stella is speaking in Greek]
Detective Stella Bonasera: Pou eisai esi vre file? Skeftesei kat kai ksero pou thelis na me to pis.
Detective Mac Taylor: And in English?
Detective Stella Bonasera: What the hell's buggin' ya Mac?
Detective Mac Taylor: Sounds so much better in Greek.
Detective Stella Bonasera: [Smiles] Yeah, most things do.
Detective Stella Bonasera: A Boston fan in the Bronx, very brave.
Detective Danny Messer: He's stupid, very stupid. Boston's tough, New York better get it together.
[Stella sees a Derek Jeter bobblehead on the dashboard of an SUV she and Mac are processing]
Det. Stella Bonasera: Who is that on the dashboard? Mickey Mantle?
Det. Mac Taylor: I dunno. Looks kind of like Derek Jeter.
Det. Stella Bonasera: Derek Jeter from the Yankees, right?
Det. Mac Taylor: Yeah.
Det. Stella Bonasera: Didn't they get beat by Boston or something?
Det. Mac Taylor: We were up three to zero and then we got swept. But we're trying to forget that.
"CSI: NY: Recyling (#1.12)" (2005)
[Danny and Stella question a ********* about a murder]
Danny Messer: Usually when you stab somebody you know the guy's name. It's just common courtesy.
Theodore Gates: Well I didn't stab anyone.
Theodore Gates: What on earth is he talking about?
Det. Stella Bonasera: Your DNA was found on the knife that was used to stab Michael Starling.
Theodore Gates: I see. Was it a Swiss Army Knife?
Danny Messer: Nice job, you got it on the first try.
Theodore Gates: [to Stella] Is it necessary that he be here?
Danny Messer: What? What's the matter, am I too old for you?
Det. Stella Bonasera: [after winning a bet with Mac] Some days you're the dog, and some days you're the hydrant.
Det. Stella Bonasera: [Stella comes in, sees Danny browsing a women's magazine] If you wanted beauty tips, all you had to do was ask.
Danny Messer: Did you know that waterproof mascara dries out your lashes? That's amazing.
[the Magazine Vendor, Mark Stutz, just explained he stabbed the messenger because he was sick and tired of bikers acting like they own the area]
Det. Stella Bonasera: [disgusted] Pedestrian rage. Why do I even ask?
[at that moment, a bike messenger speeds by, giving little warning, almost running Stella over]
Det. Stella Bonasera: Son of a *****!
Mark Stutz: Makes you want to murder 'em, don't it?
Det. Stella Bonasera: [Stella doesn't respond to his comment] Get in the car.
[Danny and Stella are investigating the death of a bike messenger]
Det. Stella Bonasera: Alright, Danny. How does the DNA from the fingernail scrapings on the knife not match Brett Stokes? I mean, she's got 'motive' tattooed on her forehead.
Danny Messer: Hey, don't kill the messenger.
Danny Messer: See what I just did there?
Det. Stella Bonasera: Yeah, it was cute.
"CSI: NY: People with Money (#3.1)" (2006)
Detective Mac Taylor: So Sam's plan was to propose to someone else on the bridge, then pick up Erica Lancaster to "talk."
Detective Stella Bonasera: Translation: End their relationship.
Detective Lindsay Monroe: I'll do a little demonstration.
Detective Stella Bonasera: I love it when she does this.
[Don is flirting with some technicians]
Detective Stella Bonasera: Impressing your fans with your battle wounds?
Detective Don Flack: They were concerned about my recovery. I was just putting them at ease.
Detective Lindsay Monroe: So, Flack, how many numbers did you get?
Detective Don Flack: I don't like where you're going with this, Monroe.
Detective Lindsay Monroe: How many?
Detective Don Flack: Three.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Everybody loves a hero.
"CSI: NY: Past Imperfect (#3.21)" (2007)
Detective Stella Bonasera: I thought lock and key parties went out in the seventies.
Detective Don Flack: Apparently they've had resurgence. Who knew?
[Stella and Don arrive at a key party to question people]
Rene Vanderfeld: Don't be shy. Everybody's a bit nervous their first time out.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Actually we're not here to participate.
Rene Vanderfeld: [looking suggestively at Stella] That's our loss.
Detective Don Flack: We're NYPD.
Rene Vanderfeld: I'm so sorry! That's right, you called earlier. I was expecting big burly men with guns.
Detective Don Flack: If you'd focused your attention in my direction, you might see one.
Detective Stella Bonasera: You let a lady walk home drunk? What a gentleman you are.
"CSI: NY: Heroes (#2.23)" (2006)
Det. Stella Bonasera: That woman burned beyond recognition in your car was a DETECTIVE!
Det. Stella Bonasera: This wasn't about torching a car.
Det. Lindsay Monroe: It was about hiding a body.
Det. Stella Bonasera: [after learning Aiden Burn was killed] We're gonna get the son of a ***** who did this!
"CSI: NY: Summer in the City (#2.1)" (2005)
[talking about mosquitoes]
Detective Mac Taylor: Only the female of the species bite.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Good for her!
Detective Danny Messer: It's hot a little bit, eh?
Detective Stella Bonasera: What the hell are you wearing that jacket for?
Detective Danny Messer: Ah, my mother still dresses me.
[Hawkes explains something about brains out of the head being fried]
Detective Stella Bonasera: Guess this'll be a no-brainer for you.
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: She did not just say that.
Detective Don Flack, Detective Mac Taylor: [Together] She did.
"CSI: NY: Rain (#1.7)" (2004)
Det. Mac Taylor: I hear this guy is just the opening act. The main event's in the bank.
Det. Stella Bonasera: They do things big south of Canal Street. It's Chinatown, Mac.
Det. Stella Bonasera: [examining a body] There's something gooey here.
Det. Mac Taylor: Gooey? There's a good forensic word. Gooey. I have to use that more.
Det. Stella Bonasera: It's Chinatown, Mac.
"CSI: NY: Night, Mother (#1.10)" (2004)
Det. Stella Bonasera: You know what they say about keeping condoms in your wallet?
Jason: They get holes.
Det. Stella Bonasera: Just like your story.
[Stella has confronted a suspect about a murdered woman]
Jason: I fell in love with her.
Det. Stella Bonasera: Trust me. You're gonna get plenty of love where you're going.
Det. Stella Bonasera: Uh-oh.
Detective Mac Taylor: What?
[they stop walking]
Det. Stella Bonasera: You hear that?
Detective Mac Taylor: Hear what?
Det. Stella Bonasera: It's your mind racing again.
"CSI: NY: Hung Out to Dry (#3.4)" (2006)
[the team arrives to investigate a murder at a college fraternity party]
Detective Stella Bonasera: Witnesses? Sober ones anyway?
Det. Don Flack: Nah. I waited for you to get here before I started my interviews, looking forward to that by the way. I swear to you, if one of them calls me "bro"...
Detective Stella Bonasera: College tuition: $40,000. Room and Board: $10,000. Puking and passing out on your parent's dime: Priceless.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Did some research on the Hydra.
Detective Mac Taylor: Whoa, research... you're Greek, don't you know all that stuff?
Detective Stella Bonasera: Even we Greeks have to brush up on our mythology once in a while.
"CSI: NY: Trapped (#2.11)" (2005)
Detective Stella Bonasera: How does somebody get inside of a locked vault with only one door?
Danny Messer: If Houdini were alive, we'd have our killer.
Detective Stella Bonasera: That's it? No butler?
Det. Don Flack: No.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Too bad. I though we could wrap up that one quick.
Det. Don Flack: What?
Detective Stella Bonasera: In a mansion like that, it's always the butler. Didn't you ever play Clue?
Det. Don Flack: I was a Monopoly guy.
[after Danny gets locked in a small panic room]
Detective Stella Bonasera: I'm gonna start processing out here.
Danny Messer: Great... I'll be in here!
"CSI: NY: Super Men (#2.19)" (2006)
Det. Stella Bonasera: Come on, didn't you ever tie a towel around your neck when you were a kid and pretend to be a superhero? A little Mac-Man?
Det. Mac Taylor: Sergeant Rock. You couldn't get me out of fatigues when I was a kid.
Adam Ross: That glass that Dr. Hawkes pulled from our John Doe... it tested positive for Krypton.
Det. Mac Taylor: Krypton?
Adam Ross: Kryptonite was Superman's only weakness.
Det. Stella Bonasera: Well, that explains everything.
"CSI: NY: Some Buried Bones (#3.15)" (2007)
[watching the surveillance tape of the "invisible" killer, which shows up as a white blur on the tape]
Detective Stella Bonasera: Did the camera malfunction?
Detective Danny Messer: Either that or Fifth Avenue's haunted.
Detective Stella Bonasera: So did our vic surprise a shoplifter?
Detective Danny Messer: Shoplifter surprised him with a bullet.
"CSI: NY: Stuck on You (#2.14)" (2006)
[Don randomly walks up to Stella and says... ]
Det. Don Flack: "I've slept with a lot of women. Some wild, some crazy, some both."
[Stella gives him a puzzled look]
Det. Stella Bonasera: Excuse me?
Det. Don Flack: Carlo's words. Not mine.
Det. Stella Bonasera: Ah.
Det. Don Flack: Shoulda swung by the hospital to meet this guy. He's a piece of work. He calls himself the new American playboy. "Lives, drinks, and breathes women." Again, his words. So that in mind, as far as jealous exes go, lot of 'em.
Det. Stella Bonasera: I'd say Carlo emerges as our primary target.
Det. Don Flack: Five minutes into the interview, I wanted to kill him.
"CSI: NY: Jamalot (#2.10)" (2005)
Detective Stella Bonasera: You can take the girl out of high school, but you can't take the scars of high school out of the girl.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Someone's trying to kill the whole starting team?
Detective Mac Taylor: That's one way to get more playing time.
"CSI: NY: Manhattan Manhunt (#2.7)" (2005)
Det. Stella Bonasera: No girl leaves her house without her cell phone, at least not at that age.
Det. Mac Taylor: GPS the phone number.
Det. Stella Bonasera: You got it. Tiffany's! Now you're talking my language.
Det. Mac Taylor: You can tell from a map?
Det. Stella Bonasera: Are you kidding? I can tell from the moon. I love those little blue boxes.
"CSI: NY: The Ride In (#3.17)" (2007)
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: What have we got?
Detective Stella Bonasera: A woman says she saw, what she claims was, a giant cigarette on fire, running for its life.
[a murder victim is found dressed in a cigarette costume]
Detective Stella Bonasera: Okay, let's just say it now to get it over with: smoking kills.
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Yeah, but who killed him?
"CSI: NY: Snow Day (#3.24)" (2007)
Detective Stella Bonasera: Hey Mac, where're you going?
Detective Mac Taylor: London.
Detective Mac Taylor: They belong to the gang we took down this morning. They're here for their coke.
Detective Stella Bonasera: What are we gonna do?
Detective Mac Taylor: Stop 'em!
"CSI: NY: Tanglewood (#1.13)" (2005)
Detective Stella Bonasera: What do we do now? We've got nothing.
Detective Mac Taylor: [about the ATM] The Atom!
Detective Mac Taylor: Mickey Mantle bat, $5,000.
Detective Stella Bonasera: That's a lot of money for a piece of wood.
"CSI: NY: The Lying Game (#3.14)" (2007)
Detective Stella Bonasera: What would a woman be doing in the men's bathroom?
Detective Don Flack: I can think of several reasons. All with happier endings.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Are we looking at a hate crime here?
Dr. Sid Hammerback: Transgendered showgirl drowned in a public toilet - sound like love to you?
"CSI: NY: Zoo York (#2.3)" (2005)
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: What causes high blood pressure in an 18 year old girl?
Det. Stella Bonasera: Uh, just about everything.
Det. Stella Bonasera: It's all about pain, Hawkes. How much you're willing to endure in order to look good.
"CSI: NY: Love Run Cold (#3.3)" (2006)
[Stella and Hawkes walk into Mac's office]
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Autopsy results?
Detective Mac Taylor: This is a good one. A runner who somehow has frostbite on his face in 90 degree heat, who died of carbon monoxide poisoning in the middle of Central Park.
[Mac smirks, as Hawkes just looks dumbfounded]
Detective Stella Bonasera: That's just...
[thinks for a brief moment]
Detective Stella Bonasera: not possible.
[referring to the New York Marathon]
Detective Stella Bonasera: What makes someone want to run 26.2 miles anyway?
"CSI: NY: Blood, Sweat and Tears (#1.14)" (2005) [Stella & Mac are investigating a case at a circus]
Detective Stella Bonasera: Until now I never really believed people were double-jointed.
Detective Mac Taylor: They're not. There's no such thing as double-jointed. It's just people with very loose tendons and muscles.
"CSI: NY: Til Death Do We Part (#1.15)" (2005)
Detective Stella Bonasera: I'm driving.
Detective Don Flack: No! Please let me drive?
Detective Stella Bonasera: No.
Detective Don Flack: Do you at least got a cracker or a piece of candy in the glove box?
Detective Stella Bonasera: Why?
Detective Don Flack: Because, when you drive, we don't eat!
"CSI: NY: The Fall (#1.17)" (2005)
[talking about training officers]
Detective Stella Bonasera: I ran into mine a month ago. I swear, if I were Chief of Police, he'd still call me 'Toots'.
"CSI: NY: Sleight Out of Hand (#3.18)" (2007)
Detective Stella Bonasera: They say burning is the most painful of deaths.
Detective Danny Messer: I love it. How do they know? What did they do, take a poll? "64% of dead people surveyed...”
"CSI: NY: Bad Beat (#2.8)" (2005)
Detective Don Flack: You play poker?
Detective Stella Bonasera: Occasionally. Why? You got a problem with that?
Detective Don Flack: Yeah. You're physically incapable of keeping a straight face.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Really?
Detective Don Flack: Now, Mac. There's a man with a poker face. Who knows what he's thinking?
"CSI: NY: Open and Shut (#3.6)" (2006)
Detective Stella Bonasera: [to Grace Thomason] Framing a man with known mental problems, very imaginative. But then, you're a therapist. You'd know who to pick.
"CSI: NY: City of the Dolls (#2.9)" (2005)
Detective Stella Bonasera: It's a to-do list for tomorrow. If you're going to kill yourself, why spend time planning to pay bills and do laundry?
"CSI: NY: A Daze of Wine and Roaches (#3.19)" (2007)
Detective Stella Bonasera: It's not illegal to be a sociopath.
"CSI: NY: Grand Murder at Central Station (#2.2)" (2005)
Detective Stella Bonasera: I didn't know Evelyn, but I have to give her credit for one thing. For not being able to see, she was able to see right through you.
"CSI: NY: Raising Shane (#3.11)" (2006)
Tom Fester: Welcome to Peeking Tom's. You all looking for anything in particular?
Detective Stella Bonasera: Let me guess, Tom?
Tom Fester: The man, the myth.
Detective Stella Bonasera: [shows her badge] Detective Bonasera. The Law, the Order.
"CSI: NY: Corporate Warriors (#2.4)" (2005)
Detective Stella Bonasera: I think the Italians got it right. Live to eat, not eat to live.
Detective Danny Messer: That's what I'm talking about.
"CSI: NY: American Dreamers (#1.3)" (2004)
Det. Stella Bonasera: If this case taught us anything, it was to live life.
"CSI: NY: Run Silent, Run Deep (#2.20)" (2006)
Detective Stella Bonasera: La Perla underwear. These babies sell for 350 dollars.
Danny Messer: I get my BVDs in a three-pack for 10 bucks. Boom.
"CSI: NY: Risk (#2.13)" (2006)
Dr. Sid Hammerback: Sorry for the delay, QT and I were necking.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Come again?
Dr. Sid Hammerback: Necking... looking at his neck.
Detective Stella Bonasera: [makes sound of understanding and slight relief]
Dr. Sid Hammerback: You don't think I would kiss a corpse, do you?
Detective Stella Bonasera: No, no. Of course not.
Dr. Sid Hammerback: That's disgusting.
Detective Stella Bonasera: I agree.
Dr. Sid Hammerback: Long as we got that straight.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Sid, cause of death?
"CSI: NY: Crime and Misdemeanor (#1.19)" (2005)
Detective Stella Bonasera: What do you do when you can't sleep?
Det. Mac Taylor: Work.
Detective Stella Bonasera: No, I mean, what do normal people do when they can't sleep?
"CSI: NY: All Access (#2.21)" (2006)
Det. Mac Taylor: [Kneeling next to her] Stella. Stella!
Det. Stella Bonasera: [Stella's coming to] Where's Frankie?
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