Megan has not spoken to her father in ten years.
Megan has three older sisters.
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John Glover, who guest-starred in this episode as the psychic, Samuel Kraft, wanted to take a break from playing the bad guy (he plays Lex Luthor's father, Lionel, on the WB's Smallville). He took this part as a chance to play someone on the right side of the law.
Larry: To hold to one assumption, to exclude any and all contradictory data, that isn't science, that's politics.
Charlie: Let's all sit down at a ouija board and solve P vs NP once and for all.
(Don and Charlie are quarreling over the validity of the psychic's powers. A loud thud is heard in the background. The arguing stops.)
Don: That's mom's picture.
Charlie: Oh, don't start to say that meant something, okay?
Don: Come on, that's spooky.
Alan: You know your mother never liked it when you guys argued.
Larry: To misquote Shakespeare here, there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in all your mathematics.
Charlie: Shakespeare also had people sprouting donkey ears and wood fairies running through his forest.
Samuel Kraft: I feel a bit like a prized show dog and you're asking me to go fetch a stick.
Charlie: Ludicrous waste of taxpayer money.
Larry: No, no, no, don't be so quick to vilify here. I've done a little research myself, and I think it had some merit. Okay? The CIA recruited individuals who demonstrated psychic abilities...
(behind him Charlie motions as if to object, without turning around)
Larry: (waves a hand at Charlie) Don't.
Victor: Are you kidding me?
Colby: No. I got a whole 'nother kidding face.
Samuel Kraft: (to Charlie) So you wouldn't be impressed if I said I felt the presence of your mother standing beside you?
Don: (to Samuel Kraft) You're a suspect in a triple homicide. We're not here to promote your book.
Charlie: What flavor of crazy Kool-Aid do they make you drink when you join the Physics Department?
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Hry s myslí (Mind Games)
Czech Republic: June 11, 2009 on TV Nova
Slovakia: November 25, 2009 on JOJ
This episode aired without an opening sequence in Australia.
The song heard in the opening scene was "Praise" by Sevendust.
This episode was rated TVPG.
Although this episode was written by Andrew Dettman, the story idea for "Mind Games" came from Peter MacNicol.
Megan: They had a program called "Star Gate", where they took people like Kraft and tried to train them to use them as weapons.
Project Star Gate was one of a number of "remote viewing programs" conducted under a variety of code names by the CIA.
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