Reid: There's an old Buddhist saying that, when you meet your soulmate, remember that the act to bring you together was 500 years in the making. So always appreciate and be kind to each other. Lewis: That's lovely. Reid: There's a corollary for friends. When you meet a true friend, you will be bound together though space and time for 500 years.
Rossi: Once a year on my birthday, I go visit this killer in prison. His idea, not mine, believe me. He's the only one who knows where the bodies are buried. He gives me a name, and I give a family some peace and closure. But every time I sit across from him, treating him like a human being, it takes something out of me. You can do something I can't do. I think that's why the brass tapped you for this project. Lewis: It takes something out of me too. The scary thing is, sometimes I don't even notice it till long after it's gone. Rossi: You know this job ain't all milk and honey. Some days you lose, some days you do things you don't want to do. So ask yourself this: where can you do the most good, and still do yourself the least harm? Then make your decision.