Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye

Season 2 Episode 3

Homeland Security

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Nov 02, 2003 on Ion Television
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Homeland Security
A housewarming party of Myles' reveals a painting of his to be a fake and the proud Agent determinedly seeks to bring down the people involved. His aspirations must be put on hold, however, when a traffic accident reveals a terrorist threat.

Meanwhile, Troy films a documentary of his week for one of his classes and concerns are expressed over Charlie when the older man displays behaviour consistent with a serious condition.moreless

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  • There are actually three stories in one. We have a fake painting, a man who's loosing his hearing, and a suicide bomber. All of these make up the overall story.

    I read earlier that someone felt the story about Miles' painting being a forgery not fitting into this show, but I disagree. In a sense, I can understand as it doesn't quite seem to fit. However, this story shows what can happen to civilians can also happen to FBI agents. It also gives the idea that sometimes FBI agents have to put priorities on their cases. They'd learned of a suicide bomber on the loose and that took precendent over the forged painting. Also, this story plus the one about Charlie show the FBI agents have personal lives.moreless
  • Myles is angry to find out that his painting's a fake, but in the end, doesn't even catch the perpetrator. We find out that Charlie needs hearing aids. They catch all the bomb people in the end. and Troy paints Myles a real city at night.moreless

    I didn't really like this eppy, nothing really happened. The thing with Myles painting wasn't really neccessary, i mean they didn't even catch the guy. I liked Troy's painting though it was pretty cool. They put like 3 things at once. Charli'es hearing problem, Myles painting and the bombers. They should've just based the eppy on the bombers. That was what the episode was about anyways. Honestly, I didn't really like this episode because there wasn't anything on Jack and Sue, like there usually is. So,that's partially why I didn't really like this episode.

    So, i mean, it wasn't horrible, but i really don't think this eppy was great.moreless

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    • (Discussing the painting).
      Tara: That cost ten thousand dollars?
      Charlie: Get me a brush and some paint and I'll make you one for twenty bucks.

    • Myles: Nothing on the internet is what it seems. Tara is "Lola", our terrorist is "Zoe", the website is a fake...
      Lucy: Kind of like the art world.

    • Tara: Hello, I think one of our terrorists just came online.
      Myles: And how would you know that, is his screen name the-terrorist-the-FBI-is-looking-for?
      Tara: Close.

    • Sue: Neighbors say he's a nice guy, quiet.
      Myles: Neighbors always say that about guys who go on killing sprees.

    • Miles: We will hunt him down. We will not rest until this vile creature, this destroyer of all that is beautiful and good is brought to justice.
      Jack: We are looking for an art forger Miles, not Hannibal Lecter.

    • Sue: Don't let pride keep you from loosing something that could work for you.

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    • Jack: We are looking for an art forger Miles, not Hannibal Lecter.

      Hannibal Lecter is a fictional character created by author Thomas Harris. A psychiatrist and a cannibalistic serial killer, this villian was most memorably brought to life by actor Sir Anthony Hopkins in the films Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs, and Hannibal.