Blue asks Holly J. to the winter dance in a very romantic way, only Holly J. thinks she might have a thing for her co-worker, Spinner. But when a former Lakehurst student walks into the Dot, pumped up and with a gun - everything changes. Can Holly J. hold it together long enough to save their lives?moreless
Liberty Van Zandt
When Holly J. and Blue start dancing she puts her arms around his neck, then in a shot a bit later her hands can be seen on his shoulders and then she moves them up
When Clare wonders where her pen is and she suspects K.C has it he says "Why? Because I'm the only one in here with a criminal record?" But Alli is also in the room and in Heat Of The Moment, Alli got a record.
Written By Jill Barber, Ron Sexsmith
Performed By Jill Barber
Published By Jill Barber (SOCAN), Sony/ ATV Music Publishing Canada (SOCAN)
Courtesy Of Outside Music
What Are You Going To Do With Me?
Written By Allison Shevernoha, Chris Hiebert
Performed By Paper Moon
Courtesy Of Endearing Records
Takin' Care Of Business
Written And Performed By Randy Bachman
Published By Ranbach Music (BMI), Sony/ATV Music Publishing Canada (SOCAN)
Courtesy Of Ranbach Music Ltd.
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Written By David J Taylor, Morgan Mayer
Performed By Morgan Mayer
Courtesy Of Push The Cat Records
Written And Performed By Kellin Watson
Courtesy Of Jones & Co
Into The Mystery
Written By Gary Phillips, McGowan Markey Southworth
Performed By McGowan
Courtesy Of Cherry Lane Music
This is technically the season finale. The next four episodes originally aired as a special movie, and do not include all of the main characters from this season, and also brings back main characters from previous seasons to finish off their storylines.
Argiris Karras (Riley), Cassie Steele (Manny), Evan Williams (Kelly), Marc Donato (Derek), Miriam McDonald (Emma) and Sarah Barrable-Tishauer (Liberty), do not appear in this episode.
This episode aired July 31, 2009 in the US.
This is the first episode where Holly J is applauded and shown as actually liked. This is in direct contrast to the previous 8th season episode "Heat of the Moment," in which everyone hated her after Alli created the "I Hate Holly J" group.
Clare and Kc are now an official couple
The title, "Danger Zone" is based off of the book, "Danger Zone" by David Klass. The idea that Holly J. is going to be shot is based off of the fact that in the end of the book, Jimmy Doyle's teammate, Augustus LeMay jumps in front of the bullet for him and gets shot in the knee.
The title of this episode is the same as a song by Kenny Loggins from the 1986 soundtrack to the movie Top Gun.
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