Cory and Shawn act as if they haven't seen each other for the entire month that Shawn was grounded...but they would have seen each other at least 5 days out of every week, in school!
Corey: Oh it's not Monday?
Mr. Feeny: All week long you two ache to leave this classroom and here you both are in the middle of the night, sneaking into it.
(Shawn is hiding under the desk)
Mr. Feeny: Well, I guess the room is empty. What a perfect time to set fire to my desk.
Amy: Cory, Shawn has always reminded your dad of someone he knew when he was a kid.
Cory (to Alan): You had a best friend like Shawn?
Alan: No; I was like Shawn. I had a best friend like you.
Cory: You did?
Alan: Mm hmm; And when I was about 12 years old I got into trouble once and I considered my options. I could hop a train to California. I could start my life at 13, get a job at 14, be married at 15, have kids at 16. I thought it was a great idea.
Cory: Sounds like a dumb idea to me.
Alan: Oh you think so, huh?
Cory: Yeah. Just because you make one little mistake you don't want to throw your whole life away.
Alan: You see, guys like you and my best friend Richy, that's the way you think. Guys like me and Shawn, we don't think like that.
Cory: Did you ever go to California?
Cory: Well, what happened?
Alan: I dunno; somehow I ended up here, in a room, with you.
Shawn: I was standing outside the Market Giant.
Cory: You blew up the Market Giant?! That's my dad's store, I have mixed feelings.
Mr. Feeny : Mr. Matthews, unhand that Minkus!
Cory: I'm Accomplice-Boy!
Shawn: The cops are after me, maybe even the FBI. You're not involved...unless you want to be.
Cory: I'm in!
Eric: I know what you're hiding
Cory: You do?
Eric: Yup, I tried the same thing when I was your age. The noises, the food sneaking, the look on your face at dinner...YOU'RE HIDING A PUPPY!
Title: The Fugitive
The episode's title is taken from the name of the popular 1963 television series, which was turned into a popular movie in 1993, and an unpopular television series in 2000.