We learn in this episode that Kiera's grandmother's name is Lily Jones.
Alec: The absence of proof isn't proof of anything.
Lily Jones: Have friends much?
Kiera: What do you mean by that?
Lily Jones: You're all like "do this", "do that", "get in the car cuz someone's trying to kill you." Kind of bossy.
Kiera: Look who's talking.
Lily Jones: Yeah. But I'm the kid. I'm supposed to be this way. You're the adult. You're supposed to be nice.
Kiera: Get in the car. (Lily stares at her) Please.
Kellog: What? No hello?
Kiera: The last time I met you here, you were carrying a live grenade. Then, we almost got blown up by a mine, so forgive me for not being polite.
Kellog: Well, I'm exciting to be around. What can I say?
Kiera: So this is a Kevlar optional affair?
Kellog: For you. Not for your ancestors. I just met with Kagame. The danger's real. They're going after your grandmother.
Kiera: I already know that. Why?
Kellog: Well, to get rid of you for starters. And it's all your fault. You had to threaten Lucas with killing his grandparents. That got them all going about what might happen if one of our ancestors were killed. And now Kagame, he wants to try a grand experiment to test our paradoxical vulnerability. Cupcake?
Kiera: So that makes me what? The guinea pig?
Kellog: Squeak squeak.
Original International Air Dates:
United Kingdom: October 25, 2012 on Syfy/Syfy HD
United States: February 11, 2013 on Syfy
Australia: March 14, 2013 on SCI FI
Sweden: March 21, 2014 on TV6
This episode alludes to The Terminator (1984) when the original Terminator tries to kill Sarah Connor. It starts by looking up all the Sarah Connors in the phonebook and killing them until it finds the right one.