When Michael meets Eric Luna, Michael states that he bought a stolen Lotus from him. Later, Sam claims to have checked out the two factories in Italy that could have made the car. Lotus cars are however produced in the UK, not in Italy.
"Are You Ready" by Sanchia (Opening scenes)
"Gunt" by Jeff Biebuyck (Michael chases Joey)
"Pump Audio 56320" by Pump Cuban Music Project (April tells her story)
"Razz My Berries" (Michael and Sam watch Erik and Quinn)
"Slow Grind" by Russell Howard (Michael tells Erik the cover story)
"All Points" by Solovox (Erik asks Michael to work together)
"Davy Jones" (Instrumental) by Freddy Monday (Michael installs the network analyzer)
"Metal Man" by Edgard Jaude (The gang builds squibs)
"Kin Havane" by Papa Noel & Papi Oviedo (Getting ready for the shootout)
"Pisando Madrid" by Manuel Iman (Fake death)
"Chopper" by Jeff Biebuyck (Sam talks to the street vendor)
"Por Que Mujer" (Instrumental) by Latin Soul Syndicate (Erik acts paranoid)
"Que Usted Dijo" by Hermanos De Alma (Closing scenes)
Michael: (voiceover) Training a covert operative takes years and costs a lot of money. In theory, it's all for the taxpayers who paid the bills. In practice, it's worth a lot on the open market. And when something's that valuable, there's always someone trying to sell it.
Michael: I knew a kid once who had it rough growing up. Almost as bad as you.
Joey: What happened to him?
Michael: He got a job doing the same things that used to get him into trouble. Turned out all right.
Joey: So you're saying I should eat a lot of yogurt?
Michael: Couldn't hurt.
Fiona: (about Strickler) You seriously think he's gonna wave his magic spy wand and get you back in?
Michael: It's a little more complicated than that, Fi.
Fiona: Well, in my experience, if something seems too good to be true, it's best to shoot it, just in case.
Joey: Look, man, I'm sorry! I was just gonna borrow it, I swear!
Michael: Yeah, you borrow a cup of sugar. You don't borrow a gun.
Michael: (to Joey) You're gonna have to tell us your mom's name at some point, unless you plan on living here.
Fiona: I don't recommend it. I can only cook a few things and the air conditioning is iffy.
(Sam and Michael wait outside, while Fiona talks to their new client April in a restaurant)
Sam: So she's in there with Fiona?
Michael: Yeah, the idea was that she'd feel more comfortable talking to a woman.
Sam: I'm not sure Fi counts, Mike.
April Luna: It just seems so crazy. Do you really think they can do anything?
Madeline: For two little boys who are being knocked around by their father, Michael would take on the Chinese army, honey.
Fiona: (to Michael) You have no idea how painful it was to be under that car and not wire it to explode.
Michael: (voice-over) When you push someone to the point of desperation, there's always a chance they'll go looking for help, which could be a problem, unless you're the one providing the help.
Michael: (voice-over) As a spy, you often have to do things you don't like for people you don't trust. You don't always get to choose who you do business with. When the devil himself is offering the thing you want most, sometimes you dance with the devil.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Výstřely do tmy (Shots into the Dark)
Original International Air Dates:
Latin America: December 22, 2009 on FX
Australia: February 17,2010 on Channel Ten
Sweden: April 25, 2010 on TV6
Norway: May 3, 2010 on Viasat 4
Czech Republic: May 24, 2010 on Prima COOL
United Kingdom: October 13, 2010 on FX/FX HD
Germany: December 20, 2010 on Vox
Slovakia: October 31, 2012 on JOJ Plus
Finland: December 2, 2012 on MTV3
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