628,000 SQUARE FEET
734 RESIDENTS DISPLACED
Bonnie's addresses are:
11256 Bentel Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
819 Third St. #104
Los Angeles, CA 90049
When Colby approaches Bonnie's warehouse, before he announces his presence, one of the suspects can be heard asking if someone has the laptop. From the beginning of the episode, the fact has been known that Bonnie doesn't use a computer, so why would there be one in her warehouse?
Colby: You can't just keep going around telling everybody you're fine.
Charlie: Well, obviously, I'm not fine.
Colby: That's why you got to do something about it. It doesn't matter how scared you were. It doesn't matter if you wet your pants, man. There's nobody out here who's gonna hear it.
Colby: to Charlie When I was being held on that freighter and they had me handcuffed and Lancer was sticking me with needles, there's one thing that kept me going. That was knowing that my team was coming for me. No matter how screwed up things had gotten, that you and David and Megan and Don were working hard and you were going to come through that door. The thing is, Bonnie Parks, she doesn't have a team. She's got nobody. And she's locked up, handcuffed, in the dark, I don't know what. But what I do know is that I want to be the one who comes through that door for her.
Alan: Oh, and Donnie...we all made those sacrifices for Charlie - especially you.
Alan: Oh, come on, no. The house is fine - it's old, but it works... you know, mostly... I mean, it's a lot like me.
David: (To Colby, after he rescues Bonnie and she won't even let him help her out of the room) I'm sure what she meant to say was "thanks."
Amita: Maybe you accidentally cut somebody off in traffic. I mean, your driving is questionable.
Charlie: There's nothing wrong with my driving.
Larry: So the chorus of car horns that follows in your wake…(he and Amita chuckle)…What is that, a spontaneous phenomenon?
Ray: You might want to get a new pump. An old one like this, it's inefficient. It gobbles power like a South American dictator!
David: (After Charlie and Amita have an argument) Hey, if I could have ducked out in the middle of that, I would have.
Charlie: Yeah…me too.
Larry: (To Ray) Someone tried to kill Charlie last night!
Charlie: Can we not?
Ray: No offense, but if you got to get a FBI bodyguard, why not get that hot one we worked with, Agent Reeves? Pretty sure she was diggin' me!
Larry: You know, actually Ray—Agent Reeves – or Megan – and I, we're kind of involved.
Ray: (laughs)…You're serious?
Larry: Yeah, I am. And a little less incredulity on your part would be appreciated.
Ray: No, Larry, sorry. It's just that how often do women like that get involved with guys like us? Nice going!
Larry: Okay, well – thank you!
(Charlie gets up and grabs his keys)
Alan: Where you going?
Charlie: To CalSci...to do the work I didn't do, because I was helping Don.
Alan: (To Don, about Charlie) He's not one of your agents! You know that, right?
(A car pulls up behind Charlie and shines his headlights into the car)
Charlie: (sarcastically) Thanks, Dopey. I don't really need to see while I'm driving!
Music featured in this episode was "The Funeral" by Band Of Horses.
International Air Dates:
Canada: January 9, 2008 on Global
Australia: April 30, 2008 on Ten
The Netherlands: September 1, 2008 on Veronica
New Zealand: March 29, 2009 on TV3
Czech Republic: August 11, 2009 on TV Nova
Finland: March 25, 2011 on Sub
This episode was rated TV-PG (LV) in its first network broadcast.
This episode was originally scheduled to air January 4th, but it got replaced in the schedule with a rerun.
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