Season 3 Episode 13

The Morning After Job

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Sep 05, 2010 on TNT



  • Trivia

    • Parker's skin color changes when she's supposed to be dead. When she's first rolled over, her skin is ashy gray, but after the commercial break, the skin is visibly pinker. And in subsequent shots the coloring is visibly different.

  • Quotes

    • Sophie: We know you just came back from seeing your little Italian friend.
      Hardison: That we don't get to see.
      Parker: Or maybe she's his little imaginary Italian friend. Like Pinocchio.
      Eliot: How old are you?

    • Eliot: Yeah, I've got some tape on this guy. He can fight.
      Sophie: You watch hockey fights, alone, at night, in your room?
      Eliot: Yeah. You never know if you're going to have to fight a guy on ice.

    • Parker: I still don't know why Sophie's not doing this part of the con.
      Nate: Well, the con requires a carrot and a stick. I need her to be the stick.
      Parker: Well, remember that time I was the carrot and I stabbed somebody?
      Nate: I do.

    • Nate: All right, so when his partying gets him into hot water, who does he call?
      Parker: Ghostbusters!
      Eliot: Wow, again?

    • Parker: You know, I'm really starting to like tasing people. Is that a problem?

    • Nate: (To the Italian) I'm going to make one withdrawal to get hockey fan his life savings back. And then I'm going to use these accounts to take down Damien Moreau. On my terms. Without you. Our deal is over. And you come after my team, I will come after you. And I assure you, I am more than the man you thought I was.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Parker: Or maybe she's his little imaginary Italian friend. Like Pinocchio.

      Referencing Pinocchio, the fictional character created by Carlo Collodi in his 1883 story The Adventures of Pinocchio. Collodi's story tells of Gepetto, a woodcarver who makes a wooden puppet in lieu of a son and names it Pinocchio. Pinocchio aspires to be a real boy and runs away. The character is best known for the fact that his nose grows when he tells a lie.