Captain Womack's name is misspelled "Womoch" in the end credits.
Reese: I've never seen you like this. That hacker must have gotten to you.
Finch: Only the paranoid survive. Sage advice.
Reese: Morning, Detective. Miss me?
Carter: You know, I always pictured you in the back of my car... in handcuffs.
Reese: Well, to each his own.
Reese: Witnesses can ID the shooters. They're just too scared.
Finch: Why would they want to talk to you?
Reese: I have my ways.
Andre: 'Cause being a superhero's not about a cape or a cowl. It's about protecting your fellow man, looking out for him when no one else will.
Reese: Never said I was a cop.
Darren: So, what are you, then?
Reese: One of these days I'll have to come up with a good answer for that one.
Reese: The higher up you go, the harder it gets to tell the good guys from the bad.
Darren: Sorry I thought you were a cop.
Reese: Nothing wrong with cops... just bad ones.
Reese: Finch, Darren's run off, probably to go after Brick again. And this time he's got the gun they used to kill his brother.
Finch: In other words, the idea of letting a 14-year-old hire you to avenge his brother has backfired?
Reese: You can lecture me later. Right now I need you to bring me the bag.
Finch: Which bag?
Reese: The one labeled "Plan B."
Andre: I don't blame you. I blame the store. Kids spending their days reading these revenge stories, selling it like it's reality, but you know the thing about comic books? They're just comics.
Reese: You know, Lionel... you could have been a good cop if not for a few bad choices.
Fusco: You got me snooping around my boss, but I make bad choices?
Reese: Man has a point.
The episode ends with an in memoriam card for Edward Stewart.
Canada: February 9, 2012 on Citytv
Turkey: March 1, 2012 on CNBC-e
Germany: December 6, 2012 on RTL
Slovakia: April 10, 2013 on Dajto
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Thug #1: You trying to get yourself killed, Scrappy Doo?
Referencing Scrappy Cornelius Doo, the nephew of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon character Scooby Doo who was introduced in 1979. Voiced primarily by Don Messick, Scrappy was originally the polar opposite of his uncle: short and feisty, rather than tall and cowardly.
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