On the policewoman's dating profile, "amateur photographer" is misspelled "amatuer photographer."
Eliot: Told you there was a ninth guard.
Nate: Yeah, yeah, I owe you a beer.
Eliot: How's the knee?
Parker: Ah, driving me to Crazy Town. Pretty much like it's on cruise control. Cruising me through Crazy Town. And you know what, let's face it. I have way too much to do. This knee, this knee, I need to be on a bullet train through Crazy Town. I don't have time to stop at a museum, get gas...
Eliot: Parker, breathe.
Parker: Just think of it as more charity work.
Amy: Okay, but my other charity work doesn't involve having a gun pointed at me.
Parker: Exactly, that's what I'm saying. Oh, you meant that as a bad thing.
Canada: December 31, 2012 on Super Channel 1
Hardison: Did you just quote Heat?
Referencing the 1995 crime drama that features police detective Lt. Vince Hanna hunting down a gang of professional thieves and trying to stop them before they commit their next heist.
Parker: But no BJ and the Bear, and no reality-dating shows.
Referencing the NBC series that ran three seasons (1979-1981) and featured B.J. McKay and his pet monkey "Bear." Cashing in both the trucker craze and the popularity of The Dukes of Hazzard, BJ and his Bear traveled across the country for the first two years, going up against crooked sheriffs, and then settled down in LA to run a trucking company.
Parker: Except Beauty and The Geek. I like that one.
Referencing the CW reality series (2005-08), which has (mostly) beautiful women and intellectual guys paired off and completing in contests challenging each one in the other's strengths. It proved so popular that other international versions were produced.