Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye

Season 2 Episode 18

Concrete Evidence

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM May 16, 2004 on Ion Television
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Concrete Evidence
Jack gets a new case for the team to solve. Jack and the team must convict Tony Hill for killing an FBI agent. Jack learns that Tony Hill is getting out of prison after serving 5 years of his prison sentence. Jack asks cousin Sal to get a confession out of Tony about the murder of the FBI agent. As the team digs up more evidence to convict Tony Hill for the murder of Shep they undercover another murder that took place in 1999. Cousin Sal is found dead in his hotel room due to a drug overdose. Jack learns that the District Attorney will let Tony Hill out again because there isn't enough evidence to charge him with both murders.moreless

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Sue: Andy Shepherd, F.B.I. I like that.
      Bobby: I'll be at the firing range next week. Never too early to start practicing. Give you some pointers.
      Myles: Or you could learn from someone who really knows how to shoot - I'll be there Thursday.
      Andy: I like learning from the best. (Jack smiles). What day is Levi going to be there?

    • Jack: So everything seem cool between them?
      Sue: Nobody's killed anybody yet. That's a start.

    • Bobby: Sal's out too? Why do we even bother putting these guys in prison?
      Myles: We should just arrest them and then immediately release them. Skip that annoying middle-step of the slap on the wrist prison sentence.

    • Myles: Over the last 1000 years the Lelands have fought dozens of wars with squatters like you trying to steal our land.
      Webber: Well, give me a call when you win one.

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    • Myles: Release the dogs of war.

      Myles incorrectly quotes from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The actual line is: Cry "Havoc," and let slip the dogs of war.