Lt. John Stillman
Det. Nick Vera
Det. Will Jeffries
Det. Lilly Rush
Kat Miller (Episodes 3.13+; recurring previously)
Goof: The episode opens at the roller disco with the song September by Earth, Wind & Fire playing. In reality, the single wasn't released until September 1978, by which time Missy was already dead.
Missy Gallavan died in August 1978.
Scotty: (to Rick about staying in jail) Long drive, could take all night. See if we could find a nice big cell mate you can do the Loco-Motion with.
Lilly: Who's the foxy fish now?
Scotty: You saw the guy?
Dawn Wheeler: No, but I saw the van she was getting in.
Lilly: In the park?
Dawn Wheeler: No. Outside the Aurora Rink in Mayfair. It was one of those customized vans, had a picture painted on the side.
Lilly: What kind of picture?
Dawn Wheeler: Spaceship.
Scotty: You see little green men too?
Stillman: We locate that other guy from the rink yet?
Vera: Hugh Mastersen. Grew up in a rural neighborhood - I can't decide whether this kid was creepy or just plain sad. Pulled up his MySpace page: single man in his 40s, never married, still looking for that special connection.
Jeffries: So I go down to evidence to pick up Missy's nail clippings. Mr. Happy Meal behind the counter keeps stonewalling, finding reasons why I can't have it.
Vera: Know that guy, looooves to talk.
Jeffries: We go in circles for a hour. Finally, he admits the box holding them, get this, four rows back.
Vera: Man, that's got to be ten, twelve feet?
Jeffries: He's not going to waddle his fast-food self all that way. Afraid the Hamburglar might grab him.
Kat: (after the blind date) I'm not calling him. This was a one-shot deal. One, and done.
Scotty: Ah, c'mon, Kat. You gotta get back in the game.
Kat: Got no game, baby. Game over.
Scotty: Shame. You're still a pretty good catch...
Scotty: Just sayin'. You deserve more.
Kat: Damn straight.
Scotty: (teasing) Lousy-ass cop, though.
Kat: (thumps him on the shoulder) Take me home before I puke all over your car.
- Norway: December 22, 2008 on TVNorge
- Denmark: January 3, 2009 on TV3+
- The Netherlands: March 7, 2009 on Net 5
- Czech Republic: March 25, 2009 on TV Nova
- Slovakia: December 2, 2009 on Markiza
- Turkey: March 11, 2010 on CNBC-e
Music Featured in This Episode:
- September by Earth, Wind & Fire (single released in September 1978)
- Hot Child in the City by Nick Gilder (single released in June 1978)
- The Loco-Motion by Grand Funk Railroad from Shinin' On (1974)
- If I Can't Have You by Yvonne Elliman (single released in January 1978)
- Two Tickets to Paradise by Eddie Money from Eddie Money (1977)
- Sentimental Lady by Bob Welch (single released in October 1977)
Jeffries: Afraid the Hamburglar might grab him.
This is a reference to one of the McDonald's characters from the commercials back in the 1970s.
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