Season 4 Episode 9

The Cross My Heart Job

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Aug 21, 2011 on TNT



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Sophie: Well, that trip was a complete disaster.
      Hardison: It was a train wreck.
      Eliot: No, it was a shipwreck, and you want to know how I know that? Because I was in the wreck.

    • Parker: Oh, I don't know what you're complaining about. I didn't even get to see the emerald.
      Hardison: Are you for real?
      Eliot: Oh my god, for the last time, it's not an emerald. All right? It's an island. It's "The Emerald of the Caribbean."

    • Eliot: You carry high heels in your purse?
      Sophie: I always travel with heels.

    • Eliot: Don't suppose you travel with handcuffs.
      Sophie: No, not on this trip.

    • Sophie: Hey, you all right with this one?
      Nate: What?
      Sophie: Well, you said it yourself--a kid's life is at stake. You don't think that might get too personal?
      Nate: Does it matter?

    • Hardison: Look, man, this is like stone knives and bearskins, okay? Nobody's asking Eliot to fight a guy with a Nerf sword.
      Eliot: Damascus, 2002.
      Hardison: Like you've been to Damascus.

    • Nate: I know what you're gonna say.
      Sophie: I think you should have a drink.
      Nate: Okay, I didn't know what you were gonna say.

    • Chesney: I'm fighting for my life, Mr. Ford! What are you fighting for?
      Nate: I am fighting for that 15-year-old boy that you're going to kill.
      Chesney: God helps those that help themselves.
      Nate: And I help people who can't.

    • Chesney: Well, Mr. Ford, it seems you've killed me after all.
      Nate: Oh, I didn't kill you. God killed you. I just... made sure it took.

  • Notes

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: January 19, 2012 on Super Channel 2
      UK: July 24, 2012 on FX
      Turkey: November 7, 2012 on CNBC-e

  • Allusions

    • Hardison: Look, man, this is like stone knives and bearskins, okay?
      Referencing the original Star Trek, specifically the episode "The City on the Edge of Forever." Spock uses the same term to describe a computer that he assembles out of crude early 20th century electrical parts. The line was later referenced in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Future's End."

    • VA: Mr. Kirk Picard.
      Referencing the two Star Trek series, the original starring William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk, and The Next Generation starring Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. As established in previous episodes, Hardison is a big Star Trek fan and Eliot is aware of it.