Season 5 Episode 7

The Real Fake Car Job

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Sep 02, 2012 on TNT



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Kyle: I just figured a guy like you would have... I don't know, an office or something.
      Nate: Oh, yeah, I tried it once. Had trouble keeping it in one piece.

    • Parker: He'll trade his mob records for immunity and a new identity. Sweet! (everyone stares) I mean, evil, and clever, but bad.

    • Hardison: No way am I giving up this life to be an ordinary person.
      Eliot: Did you talk to Parker about that?
      Hardison: What you--why would I--No. She's the least ordinary person I know. You know. Shoot. Wait. Do I have to talk to her about stuff like that?
      Eliot: Yeah.

    • Marshal Rose: They said that they moved in a few doors down. I didn't actually see anyone moving in. the house is empty and they were acting really strange.
      Erickson: Acting strange? In Portland?

    • Eliot: After sunset, this field is going to be completely dark. No clear sight lines from the road. First thing to find a body out here would be a coyote...
      Sophie: Okay. Now I'm scared.
      Eliot: I'm here.
      Sophie: Eliot. You're what's scaring me.

    • Marshal Rose: You can't go ten months without doing something stupid.
      Nate: Actually, I thought he got terrific valuation on the car.
      Marshal Rose: shut up.
      Erickson: Thank you.

    • Hardison: The car?!? The car that's all the way over there?
      Nate: Yeah.
      Hardison: You mean we got to run over there and get in the car, drive through a gunfight, and and pray that it's bulletproof like the Batmobile?!? (gunshots) Okay, I'm in, let's go. Go, go.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Ellie: You get recognized on the golf course and two days later, Mr. and Mrs. Smith show up?
      Referencing the 2005 movie Mr. and Mrs. Smith, which features two rival assassins who have never met face-to-face. They meet as civilians and marry, and comedy ensues when they conceal their activities from each other but eventually discover the other's profession.