Dr. Sheldon Hawkes
Detective Stella Bonasera
Detective Donald "Don" Flack, Jr.
Detective Mack "Mac" Taylor
Distric Attorney Latham
Dr. Leonard Giles
Hawkes lives in #144 Leland Blvd and he was born in 1973. His badge number is 9786.
Taconic is an all female prison in the New York City area.
Mac always orders the same breakfast at the diner: oatmeal with raisins and a side of maple syrup.
Goof: The second bike that Flack was testing had one of its headlights out.
Note: This is actually not a goof - the bike is a Suzuki, and the dual headlight system is left side=headlight, and right side=high beam headlight.
Danny: Mac. So I did the evaluation.
Mac: I know.
Danny: Felt like it was all good.
Danny: About me and you... we good?
Mac: We'll see.
Danny: We'll see. All right. Good night.
Aiden: Hey, wait. Is there anything else you want to tell me?
Aiden: Come on, Danny. Give.
Danny: I didn't go yet, all right?
Aiden: Well, you know there's a reason why they call it a mandatory
psych eval, because it's "mandatory".
Danny: What, are you my mother?
Aiden: No, I'm not your mother, but a couple of weeks ago, you were in a shooting of your own.
Danny: I am very aware of that.
Aiden: I'm just saying it's not
that bad. You go in, you say the right thing, and that's that. I'm just looking out for you.
Danny: Don't worry about it. I can handle it.
Mac: This wasn't just a
nickel-and-dime robbery. There's more to it.
Flack: How do you mean?
Mac: Two guys with no apparent connection, both carrying, end up in a shootout in a coffee shop? Something was going on in there.
Stella: Maybe someone else
can fill in the blanks.
Flack: Well, I'm never gonna get a better eyewitness account than this. What did you see?
Mac: Three shots were fired. The first shot ricocheted off a metal chair, went through a pastry tray, landed in the wall. Second shot hit the waitress. Third shot killed the male vic, entering his thigh. I left my prints on the cell phone when I dialed 911. The killer was sitting alone. Left behind a possible DNA sample.
Mac: I think it can wait till tomorrow. Right now, there's someplace I gotta be.
Stella: I'm impressed.
Mac: I think it's time.
Stella: Let me fix your tie. (She removes his tie) You need to loosen up, Mac. Have a good time.
Steve Collins: (in jail) They're gonna get me out. Just like last time.
Mac: Last time they needed you. You're useless now.
Mac: I can't get a straight answer about who's handling Steve Collins. That means it's federal.
Mac: (to Steve Collins) I don't care what kind of information you have to offer. At the end of the day, you're mine.
Flack: So what you're telling me is you need some extensive road testing, say I take each one up to Taconic and back.
Aiden: No I need tire impressions from a 180 spin out in order to match the bikes you need to match the tires.
Flack: What about just the Harley, maybe I take that for the weekend?
Aiden: It's all about the tires Flack, not the bikes.
Flack: Speak for yourself.
(We find out Steve Collins was a confidential informant and that's why he was let out)
Steve: You can't touch me!
Mac: Sure I can. (Mac pokes him hard)
Steve Collins: OW!
Mac: Make any headway with the D.A., finding out who's handling our C.I.?
Flack: Textbook example of a departmental turf battle - Steve Collins might as well be handled by E.T. as far as I can find out.
Flack: (to Mac) Well, I'm never going to get a better eyewitness account than this - what did you see?
Tim Sitarz, who plays Adam Baxter, also appears in the CSI: Miami episodes Going Under and Hog Heaven.
Garret Dillahunt, who plays Steve Collins, also appears in the C.S.I. episodes Precious Metal and Family Affair.
German episode title: Falscher Schein, meaning Wrong Appearance.
Brazilian episode title: Diante dos seus olhos, meaning Right Before your Eyes.
French episode title : Expert et témoin, meaning CSI and Witness.
Beautiful Day by U2.
Frozen Spotlight by Hardfloor.
One Thought At a Time by Massive Attack.
Behind Blue Eyes by Tooga featuring Pit Bailay.
Is That Alright With You by Johnny Rodes Outlaw Band.
Los Parranderos Dance by Daniel Indart featuring Mike Jimenez Jr..
Right Here in Your Arms by Tammy Wynette.
Right Here in Your Arms by Terry Frank & Rick Holmes/Kenny Arnold.
Senseless by Kenny Inglis.
What You See Is What You See by Daniel Quaranta.
Aiden pressures Danny to go see the departmental shrink. This is an allusion to 1x21 On the job where he was involved in a shooting that resulted in the death of an undercover police officer.
Flack: Textbook example of an departmental turf battle - Steve Collins might as well be handled by E.T. as far as I can find out.
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