Lie to Me

Season 2 Episode 15

Teacher and Pupils

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Jul 12, 2010 on FOX
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Episode Summary

Lightman is hired by the D.C. Police to read the paralyzed victim of a horrifying shooting in a federal housing project. Meanwhile, Clara hires Cal to teach her how to read people; so she follows him everywhere.

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  • An interesting and ery unique storline! Well executed!

    9.5
    This was a very interestinge episode in the 'Klie To Me' series. The episode was quite different from anything we had iseen in the past, because Lightman had to investigae and try to read a man who could abarely read and move his eyes.



    This made it a very interesting episode, and they continued along this scheme/theme, very well!



    I really enjoyed the storyline fully. I thought it did become a little consfusing at the latter stages, as there were so many names to remember, while eatching, which was a little disheratening.



    Howeever, it was a great episode in every other aspect, and will certainly be one that I reacommend very highly! Absolutely loved it, and I can't wait for some more episodes!moreless

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  • QUOTES (10)

    • (Talking about suspects)
      Cal: Yeah, well, may have been running drugs for him, but that's not who they were working for when thay bumped into Hardy.
      Captain James: Are you sure?
      Cal: Yeah, I'm sure. Sure as the lie on his face.

    • Captain James: You're a civilian, all right? You stay in the stairwell.
      Cal: Well, can I have a badge and a gun? Can you deputize me?
      Captain James: (chuckles) Yeah, nice try.

    • Tevon: Listen up, little English muffin. You ain't about to get in my head, man. You better get your ass a warrant.
      Cal: Where am I going to get a warrant, you wanker? I'm not a cop.

    • Cal: I already told you, that's not who they were working for. So why do you want to go and see him?
      Captain James: Well, the first rule of policeman, Dr. Lightman...
      Cal: Um, stop for coffee?
      Captain James: Follow every lead.

    • Counselor: (About Lightman's science) What's your next trick, reading tea leaves? This is all total garbage.

    • Emily: This would probably be a bad time to ask you for the $300 I need for the dance.
      Cal: Since when does it cost $300 to dance.
      Emily: I need a new dress, shoes...
      Gillian Hair.
      Clara: Manicure.
      Cal: Well, clearly outnumbered here.
      (gives her the money) There you go.

    • Gillian: Our accountant says we can't make payroll next week.
      Cal: Terrific. Start the layoffs, then.
      Gillian: The situation is serious. And keeping your daughter here as buffer is not going to keep me from yelling until I get through to you.
      Cal: All right, calm down. What about Clara... formally Mrs. Bailout?
      Gillian: Maybe she's more valuable than just a one-day ridealong.
      Cal: Let me get this straight. You're asking me to ask Clara for a loan?
      Gillian: She could know people... people with money who could use our services...
      Cal: She's our client, Gillian. I don't ask clients for loans. And I don't mix business with pleasure.
      Emily: Pleasure?

    • Clara: You ditched me, which is not good for business or pleasure.
      Cal: It gave me minor pleasure.
      Clara: Ugh, sure.

    • Gillian: You should thank Clara for getting us in touch with the equity firm.
      Clara: I'm just excited we're going to be working together.
      Gillian: Excuse me?
      Cal: Come again?
      Clara Well, as the majority investor of that equity firm, I can't wait to turn this place into the cash-cow it should be. Sky's the limit.

    • Emily: So, what's going on with you tonight?
      Cal: I'm working late. I've got a client.
      Emily: Oh, with Clara.
      Cal: What? No. It's business.
      Emily: No. That's, that's a lie. I can see that thing your eyes are doing.
      Cal: What?
      Emily: They did it again.
      Cal: Do me a favor. You've have better luck reading a Chinese phone book.

  • NOTES (2)

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Čtení z nehybné tváře (Reading from an Immobile Face)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: July 12, 2010 on Global
      United Kingdom: July 15, 2010 on Sky1/Sky1 HD
      Australia: July 21, 2010 on Channel Ten
      Latin America: August 9, 2010 on FOX
      Finland: September 24, 2010 on MTV3
      India: November 23, 2010 on Star World
      Germany: January 12, 2011 on Vox
      Slovakia: March 10, 2011 on JOJ
      Norway: March 14, 2011 on TV2
      Czech Republic: August 15, 2011 on Prima

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