Nitpick: When Detective Zach Nichols explains the difference between rapper and emcee to the victim's parents he makes a mistake. He tells the parents that a rapper just raps and an emcee raps if he wishes but also acts as master of ceremonies. This is incorrect. In hip hop parlance emcee is the original term for a rapper. Emcee evolved to rapper with the conversion of hip hop to rap in the early 1990s.
Megan Wheeler: So the next time we go on a bust, you maybe want to tell your partner who we're busting?
Zach Nichols: I was exploring options.
Megan Wheeler: God almighty.
Philip: I have a Grammy!
Zach Nichols: Milli Vanilli has a Grammy.
Danny Ross: So the girl sleeps around. Don't they all?
Megan Wheeler: All girls sleep around?
Danny Ross: No, all 20-year-olds in an artists commune sleep around.
Zach Nichols: I was listening to Speckled Stallion. Boy, did those guys suck!
Megan Wheeler: Well, you just told Philip they were great.
Zach Nichols: Uh, no, I think I said, "You guys are something."
Megan: It's the little things, isn't it?
Zach Nichols: Always.
Megan Wheeler: (about Nichols) When does the brilliant part start?
Danny Ross: Not big on trust at the moment are we?
Megan Wheeler: I'm not talking about me.
Danny Ross: One partner quits on you
Megan Wheeler: (angrily) Quits on me?
Danny Ross: I'm just saying, your ex-fiancé's about to go on trial. Someone else you trusted?
Megan Wheeler: Okay. Thank you, Captain Freud.
Danny Ross: (about Nichols) Brilliant cop, very perceptive. Both his parents were shrinks.
Megan Wheeler: Oh, well, shrink's kids are crazy, established fact.
Danny Ross: He's not crazy exactly.
Megan Wheeler: Oh, that's very reassuring.
Teeter: Hey, Dix, How's life in the ghetto?
Dix: Must be good, man, you moved here.
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic May 26, 2010 on TV Nova
Special billing was given to Daniel Gerroll (and) for this episode.
The working title for this episode was "Wannabe".