Detective Donald "Don" Flack, Jr.
Detective Mack "Mac" Taylor
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes
Detective Stella Bonasera
Coach Ryan Chisholm
Dr. Brandon Hardy
Dr. Sid Hammerback
It's never explained how the rug of the victim's brother ended up in the lover's house.
Goof: When looking at a flyer with the picture of Rose Wilson's (She Hate Me) profile it states that she is 20 years old but when Sid tells Stella that she died of hyperthermia, Stella says she was 22.
In the last scene with Simon Winger, Danny refers to Winger's condition as hypographia, when earlier in the episode it was referred to as hypergraphia. Both terms describe the same condition, the uncontrollable urge to write.
Goof: When Detective Mac is drawing 2,4-dinitrophenol (DNP) on the board, instead of drawing the bonding line from the benzene ring to the centre of the oxygen of the hydroxide group (which is convention), Mac draws the line to between the oxygen and hydrogen.
(Manhattan Minx members are lined up in shower room wrapped only in towels)
Polly: I can think of better things to give you than my arm.
Mac: Just give me your arm, Polly.
Polly: You sure you don't want to swab me?
Mac: I need a blood sample.
Birdy: You really think that we're all poisoned?
Mac: I'll let you know when I do.
Hallie: Do you know how a four-year-old understands frustration? They don't. I deal with ten little people for eight hours a day and not one of them understands the concept.
Lindsay: That sounds...
Hallie: Frustrating. It was, till I started skating with the Brooklyn Clobbers.
Hallie: (to a little girl in daycare) Briana, we don't hit. You ask nicely, alright?
Lindsay: I guess you're one of those, Do as I say, not as I do, daycare providers.
Hawkes: Not a very creative body dump.
Danny: Does the job, right?
Stella: You can take the girl out of high school, but you can't take the scars of high school out of the girl.
Stella: Someone's trying to kill the whole starting team?
Mac: That's one way to get more playing time.
(Talking to the vic's publisher)
Cala Winger: I was the one who filed the missing person's report.
Danny: Because you couldn't find the final chapter of his book. The one you knew you could sell. The irony, which is a literary term by the way, is that it was written all over his dead body.
(She looks shocked at Hawkes)
(Mac is in the lab with Lindsay, and they are testing products from the Manhattan Minx' shower room)
Mac: Do you really need all these?
Lindsay: Oh I thought you said you wanted me to collect everything.
Mac: No, I mean …women. Do you need all these products?
Lindsay: You're asking me? I work in a lab.
Lindsay: Did Flack get anything from your girlfriend?
Stella: (joining in on the joke) Yeah the one that took ya to the roller derby?
Mac: (smiling, embarrassed?) There is no girlfriend.
(Mac just got hit on by the Manhattan Minx' trainer)
Lindsay: I think she liked you.
Mac: It's the uniform.
(Mac states the rules of roller derby)
Stella: You cannot know this.
Mac: Someone took me to a game.
Stella: Nobody would ever take you to a roller derby game. Oh unless…you were on a date?
Mac: It was fun.
Stella: The game or the date?
(He doesn't answer and she smirks and shakes her head.)
Polly: My first time as a murder suspect and I don't even get the cop of my choice to bust my chops.
Flack: I'll send Detective Taylor your regards.
Polly: I'd like to send him a lot more than just my regards.
Flack: You focus on what you're doing, and in the mean time, fill me in on how you got the DNP in the muscle cream.
Polly: I didn't put anything in there.
Flack: Maybe it just came in the jar? Like you didn't realize you were getting the kind with bonus poisons in it when you were at the drug store?
Mac: There's something rotten in the kingdom Jamalot.
Original International Air Dates:
Turkey: April 24, 2006 on CNBC-e.
Bad Ass Strippa by Jentina.
Talk by Coldplay.
Random (Menta Remix) by Lady Sovereign feat. Riko.
Only Room for One by Robert Fleischman.
Danny: Yeah, Talk. Something my girlfriend's really good at.
Danny's cell ringtone for when his girlfriend calls him is Talk, a hit single from Coldplay's 2005 album X & Y.
The episode title Jamalot is similar to Spamalot, a musical based on the Monty Python film about King Arthur's search for the Holy Grail. Of course, that title refers to King Arthur being from the Kingdom of Camelot.
Stella: A woman can never be too rich, or too thin.
Allusion to the statement made by Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor: "A woman can't be too rich or too thin."
Mac: There's something rotten in the Kingdom of Jamalot.
A reference to Shakespeare's Hamlet: "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark." Act 1 Scene IV - Marcellus.
The roller derby victim went by the name "She Hate Me" which is a reference to the Carolina Panthers's Rod Smart. Rod Smart went by the moniker "He Hate Me" in the XFL.
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