Goren: (to his brother) I'm done with you. You can't contact me anymore, ever again. You understand. If I hear that you are on a bridge ready to jump I, I, I listen for the splash.
Robert Goren: You think that I wasn't playing insane; that I am insane.
Kenny Moran: You ever asked yourself that question?
Robert Goren: Yes, sir. And I believe asking the question proves that I am sane.
Danny Ross: The New York State village justice system. Amateur hour. You got mechanics, crossing guards, people with no legal training ruling on cases from their rec rooms.
Frank Goren: Mom knew I needed money. Look, every single time I went to see her, she'd slip me a $20, like I was a teenager.
Robert Goren: Yeah, every time? What'd that come out to, like, 40 bucks?
Alex Eames: For what it's worth, I don't think Frank's using. He looked healthy. And he took responsibility for his past.
Robert Goren: Well, Frank is not in program; Frank talks program. (Bobby stands up) So, wha-- y-you say he's downstairs? (Alex nods)
Alex Eames: I didn't promise him anything.
Robert Goren: Bet he thinks you did.
Donny Carlson: You ask me, the people who are really crazy are the people who watch reality television hook-up with strangers on the Internet. That's everyone, though.
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic May 5, 2010 on TV Nova
When this episode was originally broadcast on NBC, a special promotion commercial aired following the teaser featuring Det. Goren 'buying' the brick from the homeless man threatening people with it. Viewers were invited to log on to NBC's website and predict an answer to the question...
What Does Det Goren Do with the Brick?
A. Beat up his brother
B. Break a window
C. Smash his lunch
5 people answering correctly won 2009 Nissan Muranos.
Special billing was given to Tony Goldwyn (with) in this episode.