Moss' polygraph testing is seriously flawed and not standard procedure. First, he only asks Carter three baseline questions, which wouldn't be enough to establish a baseline. Later, he asks her several questions that require more than a yes or no answer.
Finch: You find my fascination with hotels a bit peculiar, don't you?
Reese: You sharing anything personal is peculiar.
Betty: How late do you deliver room service?
Reese: (posing as a bellhop) I believe the hotel delivers room service...
Betty: I'm not talking about the hotel. I'm talking about you. Feel free to drop yourself off... any time.
Finch: Try lying on one of the baseline questions, it might trick the test into thinking that everything you say is normal.
Carter: Yeah, it's just a machine, right? I mean, how smart can it be?
Finch: Exactly. Just a machine.
Mira: Glad that you're a better shot than you are a bellhop.
Reese: So am I.
Hersh: This can go one of two ways.
Reese: I don't suppose one of those two ways involves me walking out of here? (Hersh shoves him) Didn't think so.
Hersh: I don't care who you are. I don't care what you did to get here. All I want to know is who you work for.
Reese: But that would be telling.
Canada: February 14, 2013 on Citytv
Australia: March 11, 2013 on Nine
Turkey: April 18, 2013 on CNBC-e
Finland: April 15, 2014 on MTV3