Math used in this episode:
Millie took a 3 month sabbatical when she was at MIT. She and a friend sailed to the South Pacific.
11,346 NAUTICAL MILES
14 RACING YACHTS
1 SUNKEN TREASURE
Liz has been transferred to the L.A. office.
Charlie: I gotta tell ya, from a mathematical standpoint the designs for this yacht are absolutley amazing. It almost has me thinking about getting back into my fluid dynamics work again.
Alan: Ohh. I mean abandon your cognitive emergence theory.
Charlie: I said almost.
Alan: Oh good, because I remember the damage some of those fluid dynamics experiments did on the pond in the backyard.
Charlie: Oh, all the koi lived.
(Millie enters Charlie's office)
Millie: Charlie, Charlie. Sorry, quick question for you. How good is your Dad at chess?
Charlie: Oh he's good. He'll give you a real game.
Millie: Uh oh. I'm afraid I may have misrepresented my abilities just a little bit.
Charlie: You don't play chess?
Millie: No, I do. I mean I can. It's a game, I'm good at games. There's like what, there's a queen and a crown.
Charlie: Ohh boy.
Alan: Yeah, I hadn't thought about that.
Alan: Maybe I should think of changing some of my strategy.
Charlie: Maybe you take this whole thing a little too seriously.
Alan: Charlie, it's chess. Need I say more?
When discussing why the FBI was involved with the dead diver.
Colby: Did the bullet hole in the wetsuit have anything to do with it?
Coroner: No, it's the bullet hole in the diver that really clinched it.
Colby: Glad to see those four years of medical school weren't wasted.
(Speaking to the National Security agents after they recover the weapons)
Don: Let's get together sometime for some beers.
Millie: Poker? Against the Eppes ladies? Are you kidding?
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Honba za pokladem (Treasure Hunt)
International Air Dates:
Australia: June 26, 2007 on Ten
The Netherlands: September 3, 2007 on Veronica
New Zealand: September 30, 2007 on TV3
Czech Republic: July 10, 2009 on TV Nova
Finland: February 26, 2010 on Sub
Slovakia: January 26, 2011 on JOJ
Colby: Come on, Captain Nemo.
Granger references the fictional character featured in Jules Verne's novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870). He has a submarine, called Nautilus.
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