Liz was pregnant at one point in her younger years, but lost the baby. She never forgave the friends who thought the baby would ruin her life.
Since C.J. did not know the surrogate who gave birth to her, it does not make sense why she would be excited about being returned to her after being rescued.
The FBI can't hand over a kidnapped child to anyone other than the legal custodial parent, and certainly not to the person who is known to have kidnapped her. The court ruled that the surrogate mother had no legal rights to her so the FBI could not have handed the child over to her and still followed the letter of the law.
"Lebens", the name of the evil company, is German for "pertaining to life", which is appropriate for a company dealing in cloning. However, the way the cast pronounced it was "Liebens", German for "pertaining to love".
797,500 CHILDREN MISSING PER YEAR
203,500 KIDNAPPED BY FAMILY MEMBERS
227 AMBER ALERTS
Professor Lazlo (holds up a book):Is this about the cake problem? (Charlie nods) What's the matter with you mathematicians, cake is never a problem.
Original International Air Dates:
Norway: February 4, 2010 on TV2
Germany: April 15, 2010 on Kabel 1
Czech Republic: April 20, 2011 on TV Nova
Finland: August 28, 2012 on Sub
Music used in this episode was "Danse Macabre" written by Camille Saint-Saens (opening scene) and "Charlie Darwin" by The Low Anthem (closing scenes).
This episode was rated TV-PG (LV) in its first network broadcast.
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