Special Unit 2

Season 2 Episode 11

The Love

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Jan 30, 2002 on UPN
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Episode Summary

The Love
When Cupid's 'love potion' causes a hangin' judge to start setting high-end criminals free, it's up to Kate and Carl to get an on-the-lam Cupid back to Chicago to reverse his potion's' effect on both the judge and a transformed Nick, whose newfound propensity for seeing the good in everyone begins to wear thin on his colleagues.moreless

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Michael Landes

Michael Landes

Detective Nicholas "Nick" O'Malley

Richard Gant

Richard Gant

Captain Richard Page

Alexondra Lee

Alexondra Lee

Detective Kate Benson

Danny Woodburn

Danny Woodburn

Carl, the Gnome

Jonathan Togo

Jonathan Togo

Jonathan (season 2)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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    • Willie Garson who played Cupid in this episode was also in the pilot episode "The Brothers" playing the Little Brother Gargoyle.


    • Judge Apano: Put a little love in your heart. Love is all we need. Love will keep us together.
      Apano is quoting three songs titles: Put A Little Love In Your Heart, Love Is All We Need, and Love Will Keep Us Together.

    • Carl: Damn, Xena was just about to nibble on my...
      Referencing the TV series Xena: Warrior Princess, which started in 1995. The title character is female warrior Xena, played by Lucy Lawless. Xena is a former villain who has decided to seek redemption by fighting for good, traveling the world with her sidekick Gabrielle.

    • Carl: Like a Terminator, just not a wuss.
      Referencing the 1984 movie The Terminator, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a robot from the future which dresses in black leathers, rides a motorcycle, and hunts down its victim without stopping or hesitating.

    • Carl: It's going to blow! It might take out a window. You remember what happened to Goldfinger?
      Referencing the 1964 James Bond movie Goldfinger, which ends with the title villain shooting a hole in a plane porthole and being sucked out when the cabin depressurizes.