Agent Nikki Betancourt joins Don's team in this episode. She spent four years with the LAPD before applying to the FBI and has a law degree.
225 CRASHED AIRCRAFT
32 GEOGRAPHICAL SATELLITES
When Don is swinging out of the tree, there is a second where one can see he is holding a black rope with his left hand.
David: Don's not going to like this.
Ian: Well, we can argue about that after we save his ass.
(Charlie and Alan are discussing whether he should pursue getting his clearance back)
Charlie: Dad, all I need to do my work is a notebook, pencil,...
Alan: And lots of chalkboards.
(Ian, Alan, and Larry are playing pool)
Larry: I shall call this shot "The Fleinhart Boson."
(balls shoots off table and clatters around the garage)
Ian: "The flying" what?
Larry: It's what I intended. Let's see either of you take your shot from behind the dryer!
Amita: Larry, this analysis is pretty deep stuff. Do you know how to do it?
Larry: I know how...to get it done.
Larry: Did you know that more small planes have disappeared in the Continental U.S. than in the Burmuda Triangle?
Larry: So they said on Mythbusters.
Ian: (Trying to remember Larry's last name) What about that other guy? Flintstone? Fierstein?
David: (To Ian, about the mountains) There's a lot of innocent people up here: kids, families, hikers, puppies.
Colby: We'll need to find somebody who knows the mountains.
David: (Turns around and seeing Ian walking towards them) Yeah... maybe we can see if Ian Edgerton's around.
International Air Dates:
Norway: January 8, 2009 on TV2
The Netherlands: February 1, 2009 on Veronica
Australia: May 6, 2009 on Network TEN
Czech Republic: May 25, 2010 on TV Nova
Finland: February 21, 2012 on Sub
Larry: Transporting diamonds is possibly a more dangerous job than Alaskan crab fisherman.
This alludes to the Discovery Channel show Deadliest Catch, which chronicles the lives of the captains and crew aboard Alaskan crabbing boats.