Breaking In

Season 1 Episode 4

White on White on White

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Apr 27, 2011 on FOX
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Just when Contra Security is assigned to test the security for a museum with a valuable painting, Melanie's ex-con dad shows up to get to know her. While she is happy to see him, her colleagues worry about his motives.

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    Ted McGinley

    Ted McGinley

    Larry

    Guest Star

    Ali Wong

    Ali Wong

    Ana Ng

    Guest Star

    Jessica Gonzales

    Jessica Gonzales

    Young Melanie

    Guest Star

    Michael Rosenbaum

    Michael Rosenbaum

    Dutch Nilbog

    Recurring Role

    Trevor Moore

    Trevor Moore

    Josh Armstrong

    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Irwin

    Jennifer Irwin

    Creepy Carol

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Cameron: How long have you been shooting this?
        Cash: 17 years, baby. While my stupid classmates were all building friendships and self-esteem, I was building a death star out of Popsicle sticks.

      • Dutch: Oh, baby, I couldn't sleep a wink last night. It's either 'cause that nine hour energy drink or 'cause today I'm finally getting to meet your dad.
        Melanie: Babe, he's gonna love you. Trust me.
        Dutch: I know, but I wanna make a good impression when he gets here, so I decided to wear underwear. Yeah, this tiger does not like to be caged.

      • (Melanie opens her Christmas present)
        Young Melanie: My very own lock picking case!
        Larry: The rest of your gifts are out there somewhere, sweetheart. Now, go get 'em.

      • Ana: Hey, Oz is calling a team meeting.
        Cash: I love you. And I-I mean, I don't love you... like that. I mean, I say that a lot 'cause I live with my mom. Damn it.

      • Melanie: Uh, I think your screen's broken.
        Oz: No, no. It's not broken. This is the piece. It's called "White on White on White," and it's worth $10 million.
        Cameron: $10 million? What, for a blank canvas?
        Cash: Bet you is it was called "Black on Black on Black," it'd be worthless. Social commentary.

      • Dutch: Cam. I'm like a Steve Miller band reunion tour. Dad's love me.

      • Dutch: Hey, man, I just want you to know that I think the world of your daughter, and nothing would make me happier than gettin' to know the man who spawned her. So, uh, what do you say we grab a couple Four Lokos, hit up the T-Bell, get our chalupa on, and just keep it 100?
        Larry: I have no idea what he just said.
        Melanie: He wants to split a beer with you, Dad.

      • Melanie: Oh, dad. This is our hacker, Cameron.
        Cameron: Hey.
        Larry: Oh, a hacker. I shared a cell with a hacker.
        Cameron: Oh, yeah?
        Larry: Killed his whole family with an ax.
        Cameron: I hack computers.
        Larry: That's better.

      • Dutch: How could Larry not like me? Six million people on this planet Earth, and they all know I'm the man. How come he doesn't see it?

      • (Cameron who is looking for his phone, calls his number, Larry's pants start ringing)
        Cameron: No, it's in your underwear, isn't it?
        Larry: That would have been easier. Oh. Just went to voice mail.

      • Cameron: Activate your cone of silence! Cone of silence!
        Computer Voice: Releasing toxins. Please evacuate.
        Oz: Wrong button. How's your tolerance to nerve agents?
        Cameron: Not good.
        Oz: Then we should probably go.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Oz uses the Vulcan Neck Pinch on Cash.


        This is a reference to Christian Slater being a fan of Star Trek as a child, later making a cameo in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

      • Larry's bank alias, Gordon Shumway, is a reference to the real name of ALF, the Melmacian alien and star of the 1980s sitcom, ALF.

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