The Inside

FOX (ended 2005)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 1 : Ep 13

    Skin and Bone


  • S 1 : Ep 12



  • S 1 : Ep 11

    Point of Origin


  • S 1 : Ep 10

    The Perfect Couple


  • S 1 : Ep 9

    Little Girl Lost


  • Cast & Crew
  • Peter Coyote

    Supervisory Agent Virgil "Web" Webster

  • Adam Baldwin

    Special Agent Danny Love

  • Jay Harrington

    Special Agent Paul Ryan

  • Rachel Nichols

    Special Agent Rebecca Locke

  • Katie Finneran

    Special Agent Melody Sim

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  • show Description
  • With very little field experience, rookie F.B.I. Agent Rebecca Locke will become part of a sinister and unsavory world when she is recruited to join the Bureau's Los Angeles Violent Crimes Unit as a new profiler. A special division headed by Supervisory Special Agent Virgil "Web" Webster that is devoted to investigating the darkest and most heinous crimes committed by human beings. Unbeknownst to Locke, her traumatic past that she has struggled to bury and keep hidden from others is the sole reason why Web has recruited her. That what had tormented Rebecca so long ago will give her a unique insight and place her in a specific mindset to help her tackle these cases. This is also the case with her new colleagues as Web also knows each of their past histories and secrets. It remains unclear the lengths that Web is willing to go with his agents in order to successfully solve a crime.moreless

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  • Quotes (29)

    • Web: Look after her, will you? (walks away) Paul: Count on it.

    • (After Gunther was shot) Rebecca: What happened? Web: We got the bad guy. There probably won't be a trial, though.

    • Web: This girl has a gift, forged in pain. Paul: I bet that's what the guy who stole her the first time told himself.

    • Paul: So... what's your story? Rebecca: What do you mean? Paul: Web picks his people for one reason -- they have something he needs. Paul: I'm just curious. Rebecca: So am I. Rebecca: What do you have that he needs? Paul: A conscience.

    • Web: Simon Gunther! (Gunther turns around and Web shoots him in the head) Web: Let her go! Damn, did that backwards.

    • Rebecca: You know. You know, don't you? You know who I was. Paul: Yeah. I shouldn't have been checking up on you. I just didn't expect I'd find Becky George. Rebecca: You didn't. Becky George was a ten year old girl taken from her bed in the middle of the night by a stranger. Becky George was lost for 18 months. Becky George got away on her own. Nobody found Becky George. Paul: Becky... Rebecca: Rebecca. I'm Rebecca. And I'm a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, I'm not some lost little girl. Don't you ever presume to treat me like one.

    • Danny: Doesn't look like any church I've been to. Melody: You've been to church?

    • (When he finds out Paul is attending Lamaze classes again) Webster: It’s the longest nine months since Martha Stewart went inside.

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    Notes (26)

    • International Airdates: Slovakia: November 24, 2009 on JOJ

    • Rebecca Locke's real name (before being kidnapped) was Becky George.

    • The show pulled 4.8 million total viewers and a 2.0 18-49 rating, placing fourth in its Wednesday 9 p.m. timeslot. By contrast, airing that same night ABC’s new reality series “Dancing with the Stars” drew 15 million viewers and a 4.8 in 18-49s.

    • International Airdates: Slovakia: November 25, 2009 on JOJ

    • International Airdates: Slovakia: November 26, 2009 on JOJ

    • The little girl's cat was named 'Angel' which is a reference to one of Time Minear's past projects "Angel" the series. Also, the cat jumping out of the trunk was a direct homage to Buffy the Vampire Slayer (episode 103-The Witch), which is also a scene that was repeated in the opening credits for the first 2 seasons of the show.

    • Maybe "a bit" farfetched, but in the scene outside the theater, on the sign the movie "Once More With Feeling" is playing. Adam Baldwin (who stars as Danny Love) was a regular on the short lived sci-fi series "Firefly" by Joss Whedon. Whedon also created "Buffy The Vampire Slayer", and one of the best episodes of Buffy was 607 "Once More With Feeling."

    • Music featured in the episode included: "I'mmortal" by Skinny Puppy

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    Trivia (10)

    • There is said to be one Buffy/Angel reference in every episode of this show. The reference in this episode was the "Wolfram Security" shirt Simon wore, which refers to the law firm of Wolfram and Hart from Angel.

    • Trivia: This was the show's original premise before being revamped. This premise has been dropped and Peter Facinelli is no longer part of the show. At first glance, Danny Roberts (Rachel Nichols, Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd) seems to be the quintessential American teenager, dating the quarterback at a suburban high school. Only a few know her secret: Danny is not really a high school student, but a 22-year-old federal agent working undercover. Helping Danny – who is actually Agent ELIZABETH WORTH – maintain her cover is Agent Sean Eckhardt (Peter Facinelli, Fastlane). In the pilot episode, Danny / Elizabeth's drug investigation is sidetracked when her high school "boyfriend" is murdered. She must confront the pressures of getting personally involved in the lives of her classmates, while working to solve the murder and put the drug investigation back on track – all without blowing her cover. Over the course of the series, Danny's assignments will vary, but she always faces the unique challenges of going undercover to solve crimes. Fox Broadcast History Expected to Premiere Wednesday, June 8, 2005 PRODUCTION COMPANY: 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Television EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Kathryn Bigelow, Todd A. Kessler, Brian Grazer, David Nevins, Ron Howard WRITERS: Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler DIRECTOR: Kathryn Bigelow CAST: Rachel Nichols as Danny/Elizabeth, Peter Facinelli as Eckhardt, Willa Holland as Steffi

    • Rebecca's name as a child was Becky George, but in the article Rebecca is reading on the computer about her abduction it states her name was Becky Locke.

    • Michael Emerson, the actor who played the "Pre-Filer," and Carrie Preston, who played the wife of the last intended victim (the potential child molester), are married in real life.

    • Guest star Audrey Wasilewski previously worked with both actress Katie Finneran and the show’s creator Tim Minear on the previous Fox show Wonderfalls.

    • Rebecca lived in Augusta as a child, the same place Rachel Nichols is from.

    • Danny: Have you tried that onion thing? Looks like a flower? This refers to Spike's fascination with the same thing on Buffy. Tim Minear, the creator, worked on Angel as writer and producer and Buffy as a writer.

    • According to the dossier that Special Agent Paul Ryan has written on, the Los Angeles Fire Department's on-line arson database is apparently at www..arsonbase//.com with password "sparky".

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    Allusions (3)

    • Danny: Almost Human: Special Make-up EFX. Shop's run by a guy named Rob Hall. Went to art school with Jason Dallas. Keyes talked to him about a week ago. Hall's in Amsterdam doing some kind of movie.

      The prosthetic make-up guy for The Inside is Robert Hall who's company is named Almost Human: Special Make-up EFX. The movie in Amsterdam is a possible reference to Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo.

    • Fourth possible Whedon-verse reference is the nickname "LittleWillow" in Rebecca's chatroom. ("Willow Rosenberg" played by Alyson Hannigan)

    • Three references to the Whedon-verse: Paul says he watched a space-western movie with his wife. "Serenity", the movie originated from the cancelled FOX series "Firefly" was classified that way. Mel says Rebecca is not a robot girl. In the 5th and 6th seasons of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" Buffy and a girl appear as robots. The fat suit looks like a lot the one Balthazar wore in Buffy's season 3 "Bad Girls".

  • Fan Reviews (83)
  • Cut too short

    By pebble7, Apr 09, 2011

  • Dark, mysterious and disturbing in a good sense. A psychological drama that offers a view to the other side of humanity.

    By iamscribbled, Sep 11, 2010

  • A great, seriously done and captivating show that should have had a full run of at least 2-3 seasons.

    By Atterdag, Jul 10, 2009

  • A movie unique for a crime drama Probably one of the best i have seen so far..

    By ha6kox, Jul 22, 2008

  • Disappointing addition to a pretty full field.

    By bigpuppax, Jan 10, 2008

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