Episode's key word: Will
E-mail addresses (they don't work either) were shown:
Lloyd: You want to wager the fate of millions of people on the outcome of a... poker game?
Simon: The gods did it all the time. Dice, Chess. Whatever took their fancy. They loved tinkering with the lives of mere mortals.
Lloyd: We're not gods, Simon.
Simon: Twenty million deaths on our shoulders. Isn't that what you said? If that doesn't qualify us for godhood, tell me... what does?
Stan: If Al's death proved anything, it's that our choices still matter, now more than ever.
Simon: You dropped off the radar, Lloyd. Without so much as a phone call. I've had to check myself into the hospital to have my bruised ego x-rayed.
Lloyd: You always do this.
Simon: What's that?
Lloyd: Use intellectual argument to defend your behavior.
Lloyd: Okay, so you sleep with Cabrini's wife, and you call it electromagnetism. You fire your assistant and blame Darwin
Simon: Shut up, Lloyd.
Lloyd: And now you've upended the entire world, and you hide behind deterministic rhetoric.
Three-Star Commander: After the first atom bomb test, you know what a colleague of Oppenheimer said? "What a foul and awesome display." He then added, "Now we are all sons of bitches."
Music: Unthought Known (Pearl Jam)
UK: November 16, 2009 on Five
Australia: November 16, 2009 on Channel 7
Norway: November 26, 2009 on TV2
Sweden: December 18, 2009 on TV4
Czech Republic: January 18, 2010 on AXN
Finland: March 4, 2010 on Nelonen
Latin America: April 13, 2010 on AXN
Germany: April 19, 2010 on ProSieben
India: October 20, 2010 on Zee Cafe
Slovakia: January 17, 2011 on JOJ
Aaron: I know this sounds like a Baldacci novel.
This is an allusion to David Baldacci, an acclaimed author of 18 best-selling novels. Baldacci's novels are about the intelligence services.