Munch: (to the 17-year-old Alfonso) Look at me, take a good look. In 15 years you're gonna be as old as I am.
Alfonso's Lawyer: Oh please, can we be serious here?
(Skoda has sent his psych eval of Walp to his defense team.)Don Cragen: How could you give the defense that kind of ammunition in writing? I asked you--
Emil Skoda: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. I put a little sticky on your desk by his DD5, that's all.
Elliot Stabler: Well, what was on this bombshell sticky?
Emil Skoda: "Retarded," and a question mark.
John Munch: (referring to the subject's job history) He was fired from McDonald's, that alone will win the case for him.
(Reading Jimmy Walp's porno movie box.)
John Munch: Insatiable Bondage Sluts. That's nice.
When the detectives say someone identified the delivery guy that tried to save the woman Cragen says to be careful, and mentions the Richard Jewell Syndrome. Richard Jewell was a private security guard at the 1996 Summer Olympics. He discovered a pipe bomb and was at first considered a hero, then became a suspect but was later cleared of all charges.
This episode contains a number of references to the 1949 Carol Reed film The Third Man. Shared plot elements include mental retardation, illegal traffic in prescription drugs, dialogue mentioning cuckoo clocks, and of course the title.
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