Dr. Larry Fleinhardt
Ross Moore's wife's name is Iris, which is the name of the second Flash's wife and the current Flash's aunt.
The end comic cover of Larry by Ross Moore is titled "Quantum Avenger."
Math in this episode included:
Fractal Dimension Analysis
Wrinkliness (a way to detect forged handwriting)
163 PANELS OF GRAPHIC ART
1 RARE ASHCAN EDITION
Seth Marlow: So what's going on in here...(sees Amita)...oh hello, other than a very hot looking woman looking very hot.
Amita: Oh Charlie, I'm sorry, I'm swept off my feet. I'm going to have to run off with this man because he's so smooth.
Seth Marlow: Oh you mock me.
Megan: So should we run down a list of his associates, look for the trigger-happy psycho?
Charlie: (Reading from article) His brother Don, a Special Agent in the Los Angeles office of the FBI believes Charles Eppes has recently conquered the greatest challenge of friendship. "Charlie and I had our issues growing up."
Don: To say the least.
Charlie: (continuing with the article and quoting Don) "But if there's anything stronger than the bond between brothers, it's the bond between brothers who have become friends. Charlie is my friend."
Megan: (Telling the suspect what he would be charged with) Naked carjacking. That's the worst kind.
Alan: (To reporter) Charlie sees math as beautiful and he wants everyone else to love it as much as he does.
Charlie: Hey, I know who the forger is! (Don looks up from the TV) Yeah, it's Seth Marlowe!
Don: Yeah? Can you prove that?
Charlie: No, but I have a theory...and it's far too elegant not to be true.
Alan: Oh, you were into super heroes?
Larry: Well, Daredevil, Fantastic Four. Of course my favorite was Galactus.
Charlie: That's the guy who ate planets.
Larry: Yeah, well, he was stellar Darwinism. He was necessary to the survival of the universe.
Larry: Yeah, he was the third force along with eternity and death.
Charlie: Larry, he wanted to eat the Earth.
Larry: But, he didn't.
Colby: (Handing the suspect back his towel to cover himself) You dropped your cape, super boy.
Colby: (chasing a man who just hopped out of the shower) Oh man. Who's gonna tackle this guy?
David: Whoever gets there last.
The Netherlands: May 5, 2008 on Veronica
Germany: May 25, 2008 on SAT 1
New Zealand: March 15, 2009 on TV3
Czech Republic: August 7, 2009 on TV Nova
Finland: March 11, 2011 on Sub
This episode was rated TV-PG (LV) in its first network broadcast.
Seth: (talking to Charlie) Yeah, I can help you round up the usual suspects.
This alludes to the line from the 1942 movie Casablanca where Captain Renault says: "Round up the usual suspects."
Alan (to Ross Moore): I - I have a little trouble picturing you as a hippie.
Ross Moore (looking at Alan, surprised): Whaaat??
Alan (hesitating, then, as though he had just made a silly mistake): Right!
This exchange is an obvious joke between between re-united former Taxi co-stars Judd Hirsch and Christopher Lloyd, and a reference to Lloyd's role as drugged-out 60's fugitive Jim Ignatowski in that series (as well as Hirsch's character of fellow cabby Alex Rieger).
Miles Sklar walks past life-size cut-outs of Captain Kirk and Mister Spock.
Wil Wheaton played Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Ironically, he is surrounded in one scene by conventioneers who are wearing the same Starfleet uniform which he wore as Wesley Crusher.
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