Season 1 Episode 7


Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Nov 25, 2001 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • Goof: Will's friend at the DMV calls to tell Will he has Eloise Kurtz's car, but although Will did try to recommend his friend he never got to tell Eloise a name.

    • Jack and Vaughn meet each other for the first time.

    • Goof:
      When Jack and Vaughn meet at the restaurant, Jack picks up his cup to pour himself some tea. When the camera angle changes while he's still pouring, the cup is sitting on the table.

    • Goof:
      When Shepard is having a black and white flashback to when he killed Danny, you can see the shadow of the camera operator on the wall right before the bathroom is entered.

  • Quotes

    • Sydney: The irony is they never lied to me about what would happen if I told someone. It was the one thing they said that turned out to be true. Now I'm a double agent for the C.I.A. and I will be until SD-6 is gone.

    • Will: She said her name was Kate Jones, but it was really Eloise Kurtz. She was my source in the Danny Hecht investigation. That means she was more than a source, she was involved somehow! She was trying to tell me something, and now she's dead!

    • Jack: Mr. Vaughn, you're young and you're eager, and I understand that. But one thing you're not, and this is something only time can provide really, is wise.

    • Jack: Shepard killed Danny. I'm assuming you know that.
      Sydney: If I hadn't, thank you for breaking it to me gently.

    • Vaughn: Sydney's life is worth the risk!
      Jack: Not to Sydney! Taking them down is what gets her up in the morning. Or... did you think it was those meetings she has with you?

  • Notes

    • Music from this episode includes:
      "The Wait" by The Pretenders
      "Everything's All Right (I Think It's Time)" by Jude
      "Not In This Life" by Natalie Merchant

    • Although credited Carl Lumbly does not appear in this episode.

  • Allusions

    • Jack: It was the height of the Cold War. After they caught Boyce and Lee in '77 everybody was under suspicion.

      This is an allusion to Chris Boyce and Daulton Lee who were soviet spies and whose story is told in both the book The Falcon and The Snowman by Robert Lindsey. Sean Penn and Timothy Hutton star in the film of the same title.

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