John Doe

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Season 1, Ep 6, Aired 11/1/02
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  • Episode Description
  • Investigating a violent and seemingly impossible crime committed at the Washington Art Museum, John discovers that Karen is involved.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jayne Brook

    Lt. Jamie Avery

  • John Marshall Jones

    Frank Hayes

  • Dominic Purcell

    John Doe

  • Sprague Grayden

    Karen Kawalski

  • Gretchen J. Berg

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • The Show has ART

    By Bstern0675, Jun 20, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (13)

    • John: Marco! Frank: Come again? John: Marco! Frank: Okay. Polo. John: Marco! Frank: Any day-o.

    • John: What is that? Karen: Breakfast. John: Could you be a little more specific? Karen: It’s a three-letter anything omelet. John: You know, since I know everything…I’ve never heard of it. Not eating it.

    • John: You know, you can’t cook peanut butter. Karen: Chunky peanut butter.

    • John: You know my story-–how come I don’t know yours? Karen: (angry) I save that for my friends.

    • (examining a ring) John: Do you know that much diamond rings have 58 facets, each entailing… Karen: John? John: Yeah? Karen: Not every picture needs a caption.

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    Notes (2)

    • Music: 1) "Drag You Down" - Finger Eleven, 2) "High Hopes" - Neil Halstead, 3) "Here On In" - South

    • William Forsythe as Digger doesn't appear in this episode.

    Trivia (2)

    • Would you really get "tongue abrasions" from swallowing a diamond? Throat abrasions, maybe, but why would the ring touch the tongue hard enough to cause abrasions?

    • So maybe I'm missing something...but was Karen's presence at the museum at the exact same time as her former host or whatever Max planned the killing just an amazing coincidence? Or did Max plan it that way? If the latter, it doesn't seem to have been explained.

    Allusions (1)

    • Frank:: Hey, Quincy twins, want to catch me up here? To John and Nance cheerfully doing an autopsy, referencing the 1976-83 show Quincy M.E. with Jack Klugman.

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