Winston: So who's this Donnelly guy?
Chance: Just a guy.
Winston: Yeah, but he's a bad guy. See, 'cause that's a bad-guy bar, so he must be a bad guy.
Chance: Are you coming? It's your last chance.
Winston: Hell, no. I hate bad guys.
Winston: Any idea how one would scan a photo into this fancy, expensive computer that Ilsa bought us? Look at this thing. I wonder if there's a manual for the manual.
Winston: She's got a few of these social-networking accounts, a couple dating services. Ugh, not for me. I get my dates the old-fashioned way.
Guerrero: Pay for it?
Ames: I dig your car, by the way. Cadillacs are so rock and roll.
Guerrero: I'll forget more about Cadillacs when I go to sleep tonight than you'll ever know in your entire life.
Guerrero: Go get my tackle box out of the car. It's in the exceptionally roomy trunk.
Lawyer: Tackle box?
Lawyer: This is... this is crazy! I don't know anything! I am a lawyer at an investment bank, for gods sakes!
Guerrero: A lawyer and an investment banker? Wow. I'm really gonna enjoy this. Have any allergies I should know about?
Ilsa: Why didn't you tell her the truth about her husband?
Chance: She doesn't need to hear it.
Ilsa: Well, maybe she does.
Chance: That's not what I'm here for. I'm here to protect her. That's what she needed. That's what I do.
Music: Hey ya! (OutKast), Somebody (Ash Grunwald), Up All Nighter (The Wolfman), Frustrating Sound (Radio Moscow), Original Sin (Black Mustang)
As of this episode, Janet Montgomery is promoted to series regular, billed fourth in the credits after Indira Varma and before Jackie Earle Haley.
Canada: November 24, 2010 on CTV
Germany: May 2, 2011 on ProSieben
UK: May 26, 2011 on Syfy
Czech Republic: February 23, 2013 on FANDA
Finland: February 25, 2013 on MTV3
Slovakia: April 3, 2013 on Dajto
Ames: Enough of the whole Don Corleone thing.
Referencing the ruling patriarch of the Corleone crime family in the Godfather movies. Typically the title is associated with Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando). Upon his death, his son Michael assumes the title of Don. Vito typically makes threats in a quiet, understated manner.