It is revealed that Dr. Hood's wife has been dead for two years.
It is revealed that Agent Young has been working as Dr. Hood's handler for more than two months.
Goof: When Kelly stands up, her pregnant belly is still higher up as it was when she was sitting down. When she grabs her belly, it's obvious that the actress is actually thin.
Goof: While Rachel was filling out paperwork in the bar, she wasn't wearing glasses, but she put them on to read when Hood asked her to look through old newspaper's while they were in the library. If she needs glasses for reading, she also needs them for writing.
Hood (shows Mr. Gifford one of the fetuses): Behold... your son. Not even if he'd survived the genetic mutation, even if he'd been perfect in every sense, this would've never been the boy you knew. This would've been some other... different child. Gabriel is not the product of his DNA. He's the sum of every day you spent with him. Every meal his mother cooked for him. Every story you read him. Every ball you threw for him to catch. I'm sorry you had to find out this way, but Gabriel's soul is so much more than just his constituent chemical parts.
Mr. Gifford: When my son died my life was over!
Hood: It's called grief. It's natural.
Mr. Gifford: I want him back.
Hood: What you're doing is only making your pain intolerable!
Mr. Gifford: What could be worse than my son dying?
Hood: Your son dying over and over again.
Mr. Gifford: You ever lost a child? How can you possibly know what I'm going through?
Hood: Two years ago my wife died. I nursed her 'til her last breath. Every day I looked for some ... little sign, that helped me to believe she might get better. There isn't a day that passes when I don't wish she was back.
Rachel: We shouldn't be doing this. It's a blind risk factor for you, based on what? A hunch?
Hood: Once upon a time, gravity was just a hunch.
Rachel: You don't know if this girl is involved with Geppetto and you want to go and bang on some billionaire's door in the middle of the night with no real justification? (Hood nods in agreement) Don't push me Hood. I won't let you wear me down like you did the others before me. I've never failed in any assignment and I don't intend to start now. (hands him the key card) Settled. If you need me I'll be right down the hall.
Rachel: Why does the name Geppetto sound so familiar?
Hood: You mean apart from being Pinocchio's dad?
Rachel: Right. (pauses) You know, I never understood that story. An old wood carver wants a son so baldy that he makes one of his own? Get a wife, why don't you? Weird.
Hood: You're brilliant.
Rachel: I know. (Hood stands up and leaves). Why? Why am I brilliant?
McNeil: He looks like he can handle himself. What does he need you for?
Rachel: Dr. Hood is a high priority asset. He's a brilliant biophysicist but he spends most of his time in his mind, so I have to watch his back.
Hood: I need you to help me save a life, but it could mean your job.
McNeil (looks at child): Would I be doing this in the name of science or the law?
Hood: How about in the name of good?
(Rachel races into hotel bar wearing a robe with her gun pointed)
Hood: Oh crap. (pulling panic button from pocket) I must have sat on it.
(Rachel rolls her eyes)
Rachel (checking to see if Hood knows his cover name): What is your cover name?
Hood: Mr. Smith.
Hood: Mr. Jones.
Hood: Look for families who've lost a son.
Rachel: What makes you think we'll find it here?
Hood: Whoever fronts Geppetto has got to be wealthy. (Hood and Rachel exchange a smile) Cloning's a very expensive business. The poor die in silence. The rich die in public. That's the way it's always been, so keep looking.
Rachel: For what, small ads under human cloning?
Rachel (leaving vet's office): That was a waste of time.
Hood: In science, a negative result is just as important as a positive one.
Rachel (to Hood after he steps in front of a moving car): What was that?
Rachel (angrily waving arms): That! With the arms!
Hood (out of breath holding up a card): I got the license plate.
Rachel (exasperated): Why do I bother?
Will (regarding the cloned fetuses): Praise God for choosing me to give them a decent burial.
Rachel: It's a shame he didn't choose you to tell the cops instead.
Hood: Hello Will.
Will: Do I know you?
Hood (holds up a crucifix on a chain): We need to have a talk.
Will: The cops never charged me. Who the hell are you?
Hood: By nature, a deeply sensitive person, but she's not.
Will: Get lost.
Rachel (after punching Will in the stomach): Sugar rush.
Rachel (explains why she's assigned to Hood): You see, he's got this annoying habit of telling the truth and the truth hurts a lot of people's pockets. (glances in Hood's direction) And no I'm not free for dinner.
(McNeil gives her a questioning look)
Rachel: It's in the eyes, Detective McNeil.
Rachel: (After someone asked to buy her a drink) Before you disturb me, you should know I'm filling out this paperwork because I shot at a man today.
Rachel: Because he disturbed me.
Original International Broadcast Dates:
United Kingdom - Wednesday, April 08, 2009 on Living at 9:00 pm
Poland - Tuesday, June 02, 2009 on TVN at 9:45 pm
Germany - Saturday, September 19, 2009 on kabel eins at 9:15 pm
Finland - Friday, January 29, 2010 on MTV3 at 9:00 pm
Slovakia - Sunday, March 07, 2010 on Markiza at 10:30 pm
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CBS officially ordered the show to series on May 12, 2008.
Geppetto is an allusion to the book entitled The Adventures of Pinocchio, which was written in 1883 by Italian writer, Carlo Collodi. Geppetto wanted a son so badly that he created one out of wood.
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