Dr. Cal Lightman
Dr. Gillian Foster
FBI Agent Ben Reynolds
Governor Charles Brooks
Actually, the better way to have cleared the guy would have been to show that there was no gun powder residue on his hands. If he had just fired, then he should have had it.
If the gun used to murder Michelle would be examined, the fingerprints would prove that Duane didn't shoot her.
Reynolds: Hey, you seen Lightman?
Foster: He's in his office waiting for Clara.
Reynolds: Ha. Still fighting that fight, huh?
Foster: Don't let him fool you. He loves it.
Foster: This is Lightman being discreet. If Michelle Daly's not enough to haunt the governor for the truth, Lightman is.
(About Loker chatting online with Emily)
Ria: Oh, God. What'd you do?
Loker: Nothing... Told her I might be going to Musicfest, too.
Ria: What is wrong with you?
Emily: Maybe kissing him (Loker) was a little extreme.
Cal: Oh, you reckon, do you?
Emily: Yeah, but that makes me the apple that didn't fall far from the tree.
Cal: Oh, so, it's my fault then, is it?
Emily: Yeah. It's good you admit this.
Loker: (after kissing Emily) I'm so fired.
Loker: (about her cyberfriends) All right, these guys. Bad idea. Keep your distance.
Emily: Eli, I barely know them.
Loker: Good. Then your distance will be kept because from what I'm reading, these guys are bringing an entire pharmacy to the concert.
Loker: Please try not to judge.
Torres: (surprised) You're cyberfriends with Emily?
Loker: (panicky) Judgment all over your face. Look, she friended me. She's the boss's daughter. What am I supposed to do?
Torres: Hit ignore.
Clara: (about the governor) Just go easy on him. Ok? I respect this man a lot. Someday he could be president.
Cal: Not with this girl's blood on his hands, he won't.
Ben: The FBI is paying you to find out if the governor was acting alone, not dig into the governor's personal life.
Cal: No, the FBI's paying me to poke around and, you know, find the truth. I'm not a glorified cop, Ben.
Gillian: The governor knew Michelle Daly.
Clara: Of course he knew her. She was a staffer.
Cal: No, he knew knew her. Know what I mean?
Clara: You know, I told the governor that I owe my freedom to your bull-headed, obnoxious, no-holds-barred way of doing things.
Cal: Up yours.
Clara: Right now?
Cal: Ooh, I'll say.
(Talking about Trevor Addison.)
Cal: He's tried it on with you, hasn't he?
Clara: Please. (looks away)
Cal: Eyes front, Clara. This is important. Hasn't he? (she looks back at him) Well, I can't say that I blame him, really.
Clara: Excuse me?
Cal: That was supposed to be a compliment.
Clara: A compliment. That's funny. It felt more like an insult.
Cal: I know you were just trying to look out for her, right? And I shouldn't have hit you. I was wrong. Physical violence... right... it's very, very wrong.
Loker: Apology accepted.
Emily: Dad, come on. Don't blow the apology.
Cal: (to Loker) I'm sorry.
Loker: Probably should have seen it coming.
Cal: What, the kiss?
Loker: No, the punch. You're emotional wildfire where Emily's concerned.
(To Emily about Loker)
Cal: What if I hadn't apologized.(Emily punches him in the stomach.) Ooh! Good girl.
Gillian: Back to you and Clara.
Gillian: Well, she's up to something and I want to make sure you're not compromised.
Cal: No, no, it was just a bit of fun between us.
Gillian: It was a little bit more than that.
Cal: Were you there?
Gillian: I'm talking about from her perspective.
Cal: You know I can read faces, don't you?
Gillian: Did I say incredible? I meant impossible.
Cal: Thank you very much.
Cal: What was that?
Cal:(Pointing to Clara and Janet) What was that between you just now? What was that?
Cal: You should really leave the lying to the politician's wife. She's had a lot more practice than you have.
Cal: Janet's using Clara.
Gillian: You're incredible.
Cal: Or the other way around, you know. Incredible how?
Gillian: You know.
Cal: Oh, Clara. It's that obvious, is it?
Gillian: Was it that good?
Brooks: I'm not sure I follow.
Cal: Well, do your best, governor, you know, for the dead girl in the morgue.
Brooks: I beg your pardon?
Cal: No, don't beg. See, look, it frightens the voters.
(Talking about Governor Brooks.)
Clara: Could we just leave him alone now?
Gillian: He's explained his actions but not the others who work on his behalf.
Clara: He's a governor, Gillian, not a mob boss.
Cal: Oh, that sounds like a much better campaign slogan than "no more excuses".
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Dobře mířená kulka (Well-Aimed Bullet)
"The Sermon" by Hampton Hawes
"I'm an animal" by Neko Case
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: July 26, 2010 on Global
United Kingdom: July 29, 2010 on Sky1/Sky1 HD
Australia: August 4, 2010 on Channel Ten
Latin America: August 23, 2010 on FOX
Finland: October 8, 2010 on MTV3
Germany: January 26, 2011 on Vox
Slovakia: March 24, 2011 on JOJ
Czech Republic: August 29, 2011 on Prima
Lightman: Yes, kind of tragedy that could kill a political career, unless your name's Kennedy.
On July 18, 1969 Senator Edward Kennedy was involved in a car accident that resulted in the death of Mary Jo Kopechne. This is believed to significantly damage his chances of ever becoming president, although it didn't kill his political career.
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