Wesley Kenderson: This is the last time we'll meet like this, detective.
Robert Goren: Hope so.
Mrs. Kenderson: Hope is for suckers, detective.
Alex Eames: Wesley's only into one thing. He's like my partner, who just wants to be left alone to do what he's good at: catching bad guys. It's the same with Wesley. Stealing silver's all he thinks about, all he's gonna think about.
(Goren and Eames are headed to Pennsylvania.)
James Deakins: Pennsylvania's nice this time of year. Bring me back a smoked ham.
Robert Goren: Well, geez, I-I don't know how to break this to you, Wesley, but, uh, you killed her.
Paul: She said the smell of electricity made her sick.
Robert Goren: The smell of electricity?
Alex Eames: I thought I could smell moonbeams.
Robert Goren: Oh, when you were pregnant.
(Regarding the silver thief.)
Alex Eames: He's making fun of us.
Robert Goren: Well I would too, if I was this good.
(Referring to the hysterical Victor Burke.)
Alex Eames: Is he for real?
Robert Goren: Yeah, absolutely. He might have planned to steal them, but somebody else beat him to the punch.
Special billing was given to David Harbour (and) in this episode.
This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the Blaine Nordahl case. Nordahl was a thief who stole millions in antique sterling silver from wealthy families.
James Deakins: That's four nights in a row our Silver Surfer's been out of action.
This is a reference to the Marvel Comics superhero Silver Surfer.
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