Lie to Me

Season 3 Episode 2

The Royal We

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Oct 11, 2010 on FOX
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Episode Summary

Lightman tries to exonerate a falsely accused man from a hostile mob. Meanwhile, in the process, Lightman helps a mother and daughter reconcile by uncovering a secret.

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  • Even better than the premiere!

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    This was an improvement on a very good premiere episodes, with this one specifically about a bequty pageant, and the accusations of child molestation. The case took a few interesting turns, which mad e it an interesting one to watch,



    And a good thing about this episode was the fact tht this was pretty unique from anything ever done before on this show. It is great when they come up with unique and innovative situations, because it just feels fresh! Full marks for this aspect of the episoed!



    I alos enjoyed the struggle Lightman faced in writing the start of his book. They were some interesting scnes, and I enjoyed the episodes' ending. All up, it was a great episode, better than the premiere which was also good! Keep it up, Lie To Me! I'm very imprseessed!moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Emily: I'm warming up dinner.
      Cal: Oh. (Looks into the pan) Whose cat?
      Emily: What's wrong?
      Cal: It was a joke, love. When people tell a joke, all right, it's polite to laugh.

    • Wallowski: You called the wrong number. You need to call Child Protective Services.
      Lightman: No, what I need is a dodgy cop, who'll keep this off the record till I say.
      Wallowski: Yeah, when is that fool showing up?
      Lightman: I do need this one. A man's life just got flushed down the crapper.
      Wallowski: Maybe he's got it coming. Thought of that?
      Lightman: You been drinking, Detective?
      Wallowski: It's called mouthwash, Professor.

    • (About Megan)
      Cal: First Fletcher, now her mother.
      Gillian: She's a sadist.
      Cal: She's a bloody emotional vampire.

    • Torres: What are you doing in here? You hiding?
      Loker: Job hunting.
      Torres: Impressive. On Lightman's laptop which you took from his office.
      Loker: Guess what the first line of Lightman's book is?
      Torres: He takes your desk away and this is how you deal with it?
      Loker: "Let there be Lightman." I mean, he is certifiable.
      Torres: You don't even have the guts to do this in his office. You slink away, you hide in here with his computer.
      Loker: Poetic justice.
      Torres: You mean pathetic justice.

    • Cal: Do you know how to create a disturbed personality? Constant criticism and lack of affection. Works like a charm, that does.
      Ria: You mean like how you treat Loker?
      Cal: Who?

    • (Cal starting to write the first chapter of his book):
      Chapter I:
      Let me be clear, I understand very little, least of all the people closest to me.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      United Kingdom: September 27, 2010 on Sky1/Sky1 HD
      Canada: October 11, 2010 on Global
      Latin America: March 7, 2011 on FOX
      Finland: September 16, 2011 on MTV3
      Slovakia: September 18, 2011 on JOJ
      Czech Republic: October 24, 2011 on Prima

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Title: The Royal We
      The Royal We is the use of a plural pronoun to refer to a single person holding a high office, such as a monarch, earl or pope. It is used to denote the excellence, power, and dignity of the person that speaks or writes.

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