Smut

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (2)

  • Kim Greylek: (to Lutz) I don't get it. You're handsome, well educated. You have a good job, money. Why did you get into porn? Not good in the sack?

  • (Watching footage of a rape in court.) Lutz: (jumping up) Turn it off! Greylek: Are you sure? (looks at his crotch) Because that's not an objection you're raising.

Notes (3)

  • Although rated TV-14 DSV for intensely suggestive dialogue, intense sexual situations and intense violence, NBC ran an additional warning that the episode contained mature content and advised viewer discretion.

  • Original International Air Date: Australia – April 2, 2009 on Channel Ten Czech Republic – January 4, 2011 on TV Nova

  • Special billing was given to Kelly Hu (with) and Christine Ebersole (and) in this episode.

Trivia (2)

  • The name of the courier service Kelly worked for is Pakidala. In Tagalog it means "please bring." Colloquially it means "please carry my package or luggage."

  • The drug scopolamine does, in fact, in most case leave its user unconscious. It is a very dangerous sedative and can lead to death. In Bogota, Eric Lutz's destination, it is assumed that every fourth robbery is conducted using scopolamine; tourists especially are victims of this technique.

Allusions (1)

  • This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the Andrew Luster case. Andrew Luster, a descendant of a famous Hollywood family, was found guilty on 86 counts of poisoning, battery, rape, and other similar charges in 2003. Luster would charm women, then drug them and sexually assault them. He also taped the assaults, but stated that the tapes showed only consensual sex.