Wordy was watching the movie Lady in Waiting.
Goof: At the end of the episode we see the officer picking up the handgun and placing into a plastic evidence bag. In reality the weapon would need to be made safe and wired into a rigid container before removal - his method is asking for the weapon to accidentally discharge in transit.
It is revealed that Kevin Wordsworth has three daughters and Ed Lane has one boy, Clark, who is 13 years old.
Goof: There are some continuity issues with the names in this episode. In the beginning when Rebecca is at Sadie and Pete's house, she refers to their daughter as Kayla; yet for the rest of the episode, she is known as Katlin. Also, when they first get the call, Parker calls Rebecca 'Kessler', but then at other points in the episode, uses 'Kessfield'.
(Spike is listening with the parabolic mic).
Greg: Spike, what do you hear?
Spike: Nothing. Water. Very loud water.
Greg: False alarm is my favorite kind of alarm.
Ed: (Watching Sam slowly swim out to the boat) Not exactly a fish.
Jules: So I heard you're a really good swimmer.
Sam: (laughs) Yeah!
Jules: Yeah, I did. Were you on the swim team?
Sam: Yeah, I'll admit I'm not the biggest fan of water.
Sam: I was raised in the desert.
Pete: (as he's being led away in cuffs) OK, OK, the facade is over, you can take these off now.
Sadie: Where is she?
Pete: Don't worry about this; it's part of the procedure. Where's Kaitlyn, honey?
Wordy: Go (signals him inside the bus)
Pete: OK, how far are we taking this. I mean, come on? That was good, ya, so how about you take these cuffs off.
Ed: (as Sam is stripping down to get in the water) Sam, I know it's a little unorthodox, but there's no time for a wet suite, you're good to go.
Sam: This isn't a rookie thing, is it?
Greg: We got no calls yet, but tonight's a full moon, so, full moons, they make people crazy - proven fact, so we call tonight patrol night.
Ed: Clark needs to stand up on his own two feet.
Wordy: He's 13 years old.
Wordy: Well, no wonder he doesn't want to talk to you!
Ed: He's a great kid, it's just, it's awkward. I love rock music, he plays the cello, loves basketball, hates hockey.
Greg: Wordy, this is the SRU, you can't be watching Lady in Waiting.
Wordy: It's a good movie; it's historical.
Greg: Hi Rebecca, my name's Greg. I want to help.
Although credited, Ruth Marshall (Dr. Amanda Luria) does not appear in this episode.
Kim Taylor - You Can Rely On Me (at the end of the episode)
This episode was rated TVPG-LV.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: July 31, 2008 on CTV
Australia: January 19, 2009 on Nine
The Netherlands: February 24, 2009 on SBS6
Czech Republic: September 23, 2009 on Barrandov
Germany: May 27, 2010 on RTL2
Slovakia: January 13, 2011 on Markiza
Ed: I love rock music.
The actor that plays Ed, Hugh Dillon, was a popular singer in a Canadian rock band called The Headstones.
Lady in Waiting
This is a 1994 movie directed by Fred Gallo, which Wordy is watching while in the gym.
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