DEEKS: Hi! Sir? With the bubblewrap… Sir? I see you are very busy. I was just wondering if you’ve seen my buddy. [shows the pic] That’s him on the left. We served together in Afghanistan and he said he’s going to be living down here. No? OK. … Kenselina, I’m striking out here. Nobody remembers [??] or they are too disturbed or too high to remember anything.
KENSI: He left his wallet on the table and I was trying the address but he doesn’t live there anymore. Do you know him? No? OK. Thank you.
DEEKS: Having any luck down there, Kens?
KENSI: That would be a negative. And I’m on my third cup of coffee and not sure how much my bladder can take it anymore.
DEEKS: I could kill for a cup of coffee right now. You wanna switch me?
KENSI: And put on that jacket? No, thank you. I wouldn’t let Artie touch me.
DEEKS: Well, I have you know that you are not really Artie’s type anyway.
[Kensi glances at homeless woman and gets serious.]
KENSI: I used to be.
DEEKS: What? What do you mean?
KENSI: You know I lived on the street down here after my dad died?
DEEKS: Ehm… No. I… I didn’t know that.
KENSI: You’re lying to me. I know Hetty told you.
DEEKS: Hetty? Nah, come on. Hetty didn’t tell me anything. Actually she specifically said that she didn’t tell me anything.
KENSI: You can fool everyone else, Deeks. You can’t fool me!