PFC James Tully was killed on September 8, 1951.
Stillman: Trying to reverse a charge like that with the Military Bureaucracy is like trying to get a battleship to reverse course: slow and unlikely to happen.
Lilly: It's our job to see that this Marine gets his honor back.
Jeffries: (when Vera staples Jeffries' tie to some papers) Hey, that's my tie!
Vera: That's revenge for the decapitation of my best tie last week!
Jeffries: What makes you think I had anything to do with that incident?
Vera: Oh, don't worry. Your little partner-in-crime, LaBumba? He's going to get his, too.
Scotty: What up, fellas?
Vera: You tell me, Scotty. (Scotty walks away with a sign on his back that says 'Ask me about Erectile Dysfunction'.)
Nora: I lost him ten years ago. Ben was a good man, he was there for me.
Kat: Don't make men like they used to.
Scotty: I'm done with you, Ray. Either you talk, or a few friends of that cop you swung at are goin' to come in here and tuck ya in for the night.
Scotty: We got an eyewitness says you flashed a gun at him
Ray: That's interesting.
Scotty: Gets better seein' as this Marine got shot.
Ray: Well, ain't that what they sign up for?
Stillman: (to Chaney as he stands up to walk out of the interrogation room) If you want, we can cuff you to that chair!
Stillman: I love the smell of toxic waste in the morning.
- Norway: December 29, 2008 on TVNorge
- Denmark: January 10, 2009 on TV3+
- The Netherlands: March 14, 2009 on Net 5
- Czech Republic: April 8, 2009 on TV Nova
- Slovakia: December 9, 2009 on Markiza
- Turkey: March 18, 2010 on CNBC-e
Music Featured in This Episode:
- Sound Off by Vaughn Monroe (1951)
- If You Turn Me Down by Peggy Lee (1951)
- Yeah, Yeah, Yeah by Keely Smith and Louis Prima (1951)
- Go, Man, Go by Melvin "Sy" Oliver (?)
- Mona Lisa by Nat King Cole (single released in 1950)
- Rocket 88 by Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats (single released in 1951)
- Taps by The O'Neill Brothers from Celebrate America (2006)