Season 3 Episode 5

Double Jeopardy

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 19, 2012 on Syfy



  • Trivia

    • When Jason puts the spoon in the ice cream sundae dish, it's several inches away from the computer screen. In the next shot where he sees the reflection on his screen, the dish has jumped and the spoon is almost touching the screen.

  • Quotes

    • Duke: No no no no no no. Look, this chick was right here. Like tall, mental, kind of hot.
      Tommy: You really need to develop a radar for crazies, my man.

    • Audrey: I'm sorry, can we set up another... um...
      Claire: Session. Or, you know, appointment. One patient I had called them dates, but I had to drop him.
      Audrey: Yeah, that was a good call.

    • Nathan: Your honor, if there is anything I can do...
      Judge Boone: Are you offering an officer of the court a bribe, Chief?
      Nathan: I was not trying to.
      Judge Boone: Because I like single malts.

  • Notes

    • Injoke:The brand name of the cereal that Dooley hides his camera in is Dandel-Os, and has a spider as a mascot. In the novel The Dark Tower, a spider-like vampire monster is called Dandelo.

    • Injoke: Judge Boone's name references Charles Boone, one of the main characters in King's short story "Jerusalem's Lot."

    • Music: If You Gonna Go (Frazey Ford), If I Couldn't Have You (Sweet Talk Radio)

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: October 26, 2012 on Showcase
      Latin America: October 29, 2012 on Syfy LA
      UK: October 30, 2012 on SyFy
      Australia: November 1, 2012 on 13th Street Universal

  • Allusions

    • Duke: More like a Terminator made of plaster.
      Referencing the movie The Terminator (1984), where a cyborg from the future (Arnold Schwarzenegger) comes back to kill everyone with the name Sarah Connor. It spawned three sequels and a TV series, featuring other Terminator cyborgs.

    • Duke: The Lord of the Ring guy?
      Combined with Vince and Dave describing a "golem," referencing the corrupted hobbit Gollum created by J.R.R. Tolkien for his literary works The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogy. Originally Smeagol, the hobbit was transformed by the influence of the One Ring. He typically talks about himself in the third person and lusts for the return of "his precious."