Smith

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (4)

  • Macy: I should have married you! Joe: I've never asked you. Macy: Yeah well, that was the problem wasn't it?

  • Jerry: Look, when I agreed to hire you, I knew you were inexperienced and... Bobby Stevens: And I appreciate that, Jerry. Jerry: A favor is a favor and I was happy to do it, but I don't think... I can't do this! I don't even know where you are half the time! Bobby Stevens: I'm out selling cups!

  • Cindy: (to Annie) How the hell am I suppose to know what their credits limit is? Should I ask for a bank statement when I take their orders?

  • Agent Dodd: Ok, lets hope in the files. We've got one unknown, Smith. Agent Lowry: Only one? Agent Dodd: Yeah, it had help! But whoever planned this, that's the one we want.

Notes (17)

  • Shohreh Aghdashloo (Charlie) received the "And" credit.

  • Original International Air Dates: Denmark: April 6, 2008 on TV3 Slovakia: October 29, 2009 on Markiza

  • Some of the Pittsburgh scenes were filmed on site.

  • The show is recorded in Los Angeles, California, USA.

  • The show theme song is "Show Me How to Live" by Audioslave.

  • The pilot episode was streamed for four days starting September 13, 2006 on Google Video. Three series produced by Warner Bros. Television had their pilot episodes streamed in the hope of attracting more viewers.

  • The episode was presented with limited commercial interruption and sponsored exclusively by Warner Bros. Pictures to promote its upcoming theatrical release The Departed.

  • The songs played in the episode are - "Unified" by G. Love & Special Sauce - "Hide and Seek" by Imogen Heap.

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Trivia (4)

  • Cast member Simon Baker starred in the CBS series "The Guardian", which was set in Pittsburgh. The heist in this episode took place in Pittsburgh and the chase scenes were obviously actually filmed there.

  • The Three Paintings: The Education of the Virgin (L'Education de la Vierge), 1852 by Eugene Delacroix in Japan. Christ at the Sea of Galilee, 1575/80 by Jacopo Tintoretto in United States. Il Figliol Prodigo (The Return of the Prodigal Son), 1668/69 by Rembrandt in Russia.

  • The company name on the armored truck stolen by the crew was "Sinkus". Might this have been a not-very-cryptic reference to CBS' programming executives, seeing as this was the final episode broadcast.

  • When Annie is talking to the truck driver, her sunglasses suddenly disappear.