- Episode Description
During a routine prison transport, Andy and Sam's frustrations over their strained personal relationship come to a head when the inmate escapes. Dov and Gail search for clues to an amnesiac John Doe. Meanwhile, Detective Barber has Traci and Chris help him recontruct some missing court case notes.
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A well crafted episode with the theme of "facing your past" to tie it all together... "No McNally, [the handcuffs] fell off a friggen beaver - call a 'hambulance.'" -Sam Swarek
- Trivia & Quotes
Andy McNally: I gotta say, I did not expect hambulance from someone like you.
Sam Swarek: Someone like me?
Andy McNally: Yeah. You're just so serious all the time.
Sam Swarek: See, I hate that.
Andy McNally: What?
Sam Swarek: (changing his voice) "Why is Sam always so serious?" I've been getting that my whole life. When I was in third grade I went out and bought the biggest joke book on earth.
Andy McNally: Yeah, obviously memorized it.
Sam Swarek: All one hundred and one jokes. (Andy is laughing) Couldn't even make my own sister laugh.
Andy McNally: You got a sister?
Sam Swarek: Yeah, Sarah. She lives in St. Catherines.
Andy McNally: Oh. Well, it was a long time ago. So, maybe you just need a new joke book.
Sam Swarek: (Sam talks about his sister) When she was 13 Sarah got attacked by this group of guys. She got pretty messed up by it, I was only nine at the time and I didn't really get it. I tried everything to cheer her up.
Andy McNally: Hence the joke book.
Sam Swarek: Not that it really worked.
Andy McNally: You were nine years old. I'm sure you did everything you could.
Sam Swarek: She didn't need cheering up. She just needed someone to protect her.
Andy McNally: So you became a cop.
Andy McNally: Come on, what kind of music do you like listening to?
Sam Swarek: Rush, I'm a big Rush fan.
Andy McNally: Who?
Sam Swarek: Yeah, I like The Who. Classic rock, you know. Okay, scan around, find me some Free.
Andy McNally: Free?
Andy McNally: Hey, what kind of music do you like listening to when you drive?
Sam Swarek: Nothing. I like to be alone with my thoughts.
Andy McNally: Hm, what thoughts?
Sam Swarek: My own private thoughts.
Andy McNally: Okay, like, what's one of them?
Sam Swarek: Are you allergic to silence?
Andy McNally: What are you talking about? I'm silent all the time.
Andy McNally: (talking about plea deals) What about Anton Hill? All that work that you put in undercover. You know, you'd be pissed if he got flipped for a lighter sentence.
Sam Swarek: I never actually got Hill, remember? So, not really relevant.
Andy McNally: Yeah, but, you know-
Sam Swarek: Try not to overhink it.
Andy McNally: (scoffs) You compartmentalize a lot, don't you?
Sam Swarek: We're friends, so I'm gonna let that slide.
Andy McNally: (trying to compose herself) So, this prisoner, Swan, is he dangerous?
Sam Swarek: If he was do you think they'd be sending you with me?
Andy McNally: (ready to explode) You know what?
Sam Swarek: What?
Andy McNally: I'm gonna let that slide.
International Episode Titles: Czech Republic - Uprchlík (Fugitive)
Featured Music: "Never Turn Around" by Gobotron "My Oldest Friend" by Andrew Belle "Hell" by Tegan and Sara
Original International Air Dates:
United States - August 26, 2010 on ABC
Czech Republic - October 29, 2010 on Universal Channel
Norway - January 10, 2011 on TVNorge
United Kingdom - May 1, 2011 on Universal Channel/Universal Channel HD