Gillian: You seem to have changed your mind about her illness masking her guilt.
Cal: I disagree.
Gillian: Disagree with what?
Cal: That what we do works better 'cause we agree all the time.
Gillian: Yeah, but that's not what I'm talking about.
Dr. Hamill: Do you always enjoy this level of antagonism?
Cal: Yes! Yeah. It's like oxygen to me.
Cal: She's got Alzheimer's, the poor woman. Whatever she's running from is very real to her. So either the danger's genuine or she's gonna kill herself running. I'm not gonna give her to the police.
Gillian: Don't take this the wrong way, but who are you to make that decision?
Cal: I'm her husband, Burt.
"Águas de Março" by Tom Jobim (Veronica playing on piano at the end of episode)
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: November 22, 2010 on Global
Latin America: April 11, 2011 on FOX
United Kingdom: June 16, 2010 on Sky1/Sky1 HD
Finland: October 28, 2011 on MTV3
Czech Republic: November 28, 2011 on Prima
The title of this episode is likely a reference to the Elvis Costello song "Veronica," which is about a woman named Veronica who is in the process of losing her memory.