Eleventh Hour

Season 1 Episode 16

Subway

1
Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Mar 05, 2009 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Doctor Hood is called in to determine the cause of a poison cluster, which is killing people in Philadelphia.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Great Script

    8.5
    This episode is a prime example of great writing and why I love this show. It's a great puzzle. I love watching Hood mind work as he and Rachel sort though the pieces and see how they fit together in order to avoid major ramifications. Tonight it was terrorist attack using chemicals weapons. It was a great twist when after thinking that the subway system was just a test and that the final target was at children's theater. I thought the chase was really intense and I was on the edge of my seat. But a sad as it was I actually laughed when there were no bullets in the leaders gun. It was just pathetic. But an excellent episode especially when you add the Felix factor.moreless
  • Another great episode with very clever plotting and lots of nice touches.

    9.0
    This was a great episode with very clever plotting and lots of nice touches. Hood and Rachel combined really well to solve the central mystery and Felix Lee added just the right amount of fun. The way the re-enactment was carried out in the subway was particularly good and the final scenes were particularly tense and thrilling. There were several scenes where Hood and Rachel were almost joking with each other which made a pleasant change from their usual extremely serious relationship. Eleventh Hour is turning out to be a slow grower of a show and I find that I am enjoying it more and more as each week goes by.moreless
  • Just excellent

    9.0
    This episode had the right combination of excitement, drama and humor. It was a great deal!

    Were the kids trying to prove something by killing all those people? The sad thing is, young people like them exist in real life... I thought Hood's experiment was useless, but he had a point.

    Lee... The way this character is developing is very real. Normal. He was feeling the stress this time and the big deal that is being an FBI Agent. He does a great job. And Rachel and Hood made sure he knew it.

    I loved Hood this time. His funny moments were fantastic, as well as joking with Rachel. He was looking out for Rachel too. I think that he tries to take some of the burden she has of taking care of him by making her laugh.

    However, I did not like that Hood was in danger one more time.

    Still, great episode, keep them coming.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: The dead man in the storage room, in the subway, moves his cheek when being sprayed on the face with the foam used by the Hazmat guy.

  • QUOTES (17)

    • (Hood is drawing lines on a map that Felix just got him)
      Hood: If we just draw a line from every home to every work place, what do we get?
      Felix: A messed up map?
      Hood: I'll buy you an Atlas.

    • Rachel: Dumping all of that stuff in the sea it sounds like the recipe for making Godzilla.
      Hood: Yeah. Well, Hedorah.
      Rachel: What?
      Hood: Godzilla was, uh, the product of atomic radiation, Hedorah is the pollution monster.
      Rachel: Oh.
      Hood: You know, Hedorah is Japanese for sludge, same as the syndrome. Salivation, lacrimation ...
      Rachel: Got it.

    • Felix: Excuse me, Agent Young. How am I supposed to know if I'm doing my job well?
      Rachel: You're still here.

    • Hood: G8's this week?
      Rachel: Don't you watch the news?
      Hood: When there's no cartoons on.

    • Hood: SLUDGE.
      Young: Go ahead and curse for real Hood. It helps. Just let it out, I've heard worse.
      Hood: It's hilarious. That's, uh, acronym for the symptoms: salivation, lacrimation, urination, diarrhea, ...
      Young: Okay, I get it.

    • Leiber: Well, I don't know of any nerve agent that makes a patient explode.
      Hood: Technically, it was a fireball, not an explosion.

    • Rachel: You know there's a band called Anthrax?
      Hood: I'm more of a Cradle of Filth man myself.

    • Rachel: Shouldn't we have masks on?
      Hood: If you like.
      Rachel: Hood?
      Hood: Look, a friend of mine is a world expert on the Ebola virus. And, they flew in a patient, chartered aircraft, private air strip, whole runway under quarantine. The crew were wearing full body suits. She met them at the airport wearing street clothes and a pair of kitchen gloves. Disease is not the weapon. Fear is the weapon.

    • Rachel: An entire school for Rock musicians? My dad would have an aneurysm. He used to yell at Bon Jovi on the TV.
      Hood: Well, he'd have loved Beethoven. Long hair, dressed like a tramp, liked to throw food, trash furniture.

    • Lee: If it was poison shouldn't a blood test have picked that up?
      Rachel: Tests are for specific things, it's like a Catch-22, you need to have an idea of what you're looking for so you can choose the right test to find it.

    • Hood (speaking to Rachel, while Lieber looks on): Get a hold of Felix. Tell him to collect everything and see if he can find somewhere close by where we can work.
      Rachel (punching numbers into her cell as Hood walks away): Got ya.
      Lieber: Who is he?
      Rachel: Agent Lee, advance scouting and support.
      Lieber: No, (points to Hood) him.
      Rachel: You know, there is that moment at the beginning of every disaster when it's like a genie flying out of a bottle. You get one chance to grab it by the its neck before it's out of reach and out of control. He's the guy who does that.

    • Lee: So Agent Young, what's the protocol here, am I supposed to turn in my weapon?
      Rachel: You've never done this before?
      Lee: Before today I've never fired a shot outside of the range.
      Rachel: How do you feel?
      Lee: Not exactly sure.
      Rachel: No amount of training can prepare you for pulling the trigger that first time in a real situation. It's a heavy responsibility. You saved a lot of lives today, Felix.

    • Hood: Brave woman.
      Rachel: Yep. Speaking of brave, Agent Lee did a hell of a job today.
      Hood: Yeah, I noticed. Where were you?
      Rachel: Very funny.

    • Felix: My mom puts a piece of rock sulfur in her little Yorkie's water ball. (Rachel and Hood stare at him) People say it keeps the fleas away.
      Hood: Huh.
      Rachel: Hood, what?
      Hood: It's interesting.
      Rachel: Why is that?
      Hood: Felix moves out and his mom gets a Yorkie.

    • (Hood is talking to Rachel through the speaker)
      Hood: Rachel, remember, you can hear me but I can't hear you.
      Rachel: Hey voice of God, you fold a map like a girl.
      Hood: But I can read your lips.
      (an embarrassed Rachel waves at the camera)
      Ashton: You lip-read?
      (Hood shakes his head indicating he can't)

    • (Lee is sticking post-its on to a map)
      Lee: I love post-its, one of the best inventions of the 20th century.
      Rachel: What do you think, Hood?
      Hood: Yeah, I kinda like the fact that you can stick them on to anything.
      Lee: Right!
      Rachel: About this? (looks at the map)
      Hood: Oh! (clueless) Yeah.

    • Rachel: We don't believe in coincidences, do we?
      Hood: To quote Mr. Ian Fleming, once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, third time is enemy action.
      Rachel: Happenstance? Is that even a word?

  • NOTES (3)

    • Original International Broadcast Dates:
      Latin America - Monday, May 18, 2009 on WB at 10:00 pm
      Poland - Tuesday, September 29, 2009 on TVN at 11:30 pm
      Australia - Wednesday, December 2, 2009 on GO! at 10:40 pm
      Germany - Saturday, January 09, 2010 on kabel eins at 9:20 pm
      Slovakia - Sunday, June 20, 2010 on Markiza at 11:40 pm
      Finland - Saturday, June 26, 2010 on MTV3 at 01:30 am

    • There is a discrepancy between the dialogue in the episode and what is seen in the Closed Captioning. The lines are spoken as follows.

      Rachel: Speaking of brave, Agent Lee did a hell of a job today.
      Hood: Yeah, I noticed. Where were you?
      Rachel: Very funny.

      This is what is seen in the Closed Captioning.

      Rachel: Speaking of brave, Agent Lee did a hell of a job today.
      Hood: You mean when he saved my life?
      Rachel: No, when he folded up the map that you were having so much trouble with.

    • Music Consultants:
      Hit The Ground Running
      Film Processing:
      Fotokem
      Post Production Services:
      The Post Group

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