Take, for instance, another iconic scene, which takes place after Dr. Gil calls his CSI buddies and they check up on Mark Squared and realize he's been in jail for most of his life. Both Mark and Gil are in their old, refurbished cool cars and get out to confront each other. Gil is like, "You can't see my daughter anymore," and here is exactly what happens next:
Marky Mark: You know, Steve, you're really not a faggot.
CSI Gil: ... What?
MM: No, I'm serious. You seem like a pretty solid guy; you should lighten up on yourself.
CSI: We're not talkin' about me, we're talkin'...
MM: Yes, we are. That's what this whole thing's about, Steve. Your inadequacies. Your fears.
CSI: You just wait a minute...
MM: Listen to me. See, I'm hip to your problems. All of 'em. I know you abandoned Nicole when she needed you most... 'cause I licked her sweet tears. I know about things comin' apart at work. Maybe you fuckin' lost it in that department. I also know you ain't keepin' up, so to speak, your end of the bargain with the missus. 'Cause if you were, she wouldn't be all over my stick. Relax, Steve. We're friends. We're practically family.
CSI: I want you to understand somethin', pal. If you don't disappear from my family's life, I'm gonna rip your balls off and shove 'em so far up your ass they'll come out your fuckin' mouth! You got that, my friend?