Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye

Season 3 Episode 14

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Apr 03, 2005 on Ion Television
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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Investigating a crashed plane, the Team discovers drugs, money and curious tracks. Following their leads to a small town man who's unintentionally placed himself in the thick of the trouble, Tara then goes undercover with him in an attempt to lure out the real bad guys.

Meanwhile, Randy enlists the help of Sue to bridge the communication gap between himself and his new girlfriend, who is deaf, which leads to a double-date with a certain Agent as a participant; but the arrangement is soon put into question when more details are discovered.

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  • It was a good episode again. All characters where again good to watch. I like Miles his'character more during the serie. The way they joke with him is very good

    I just watched the episode here in the Netherlands. Wauw, I liked it very much. While watching I had to laugh. I mostly do. I take the episodes on video, so I can watch it again. Of course I do. I'm not so happy that the last episode is coming soon, a few to go. But what I said before I can watch it on video. Loved the scene where Sue and Jack have dinner with Randy and his date. The way Jack is doing with Sue. Sometimes I want to push Jack to take action, to get him together with Sue.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The money stashed in the suitcase Horace tries to sneak out, is still very neatly piled when Myles opens the suitcase. However, due to the way Horace has just been carrying that suitcase and then threw it on the ground, the money should have slid to one side and be in one big messy pile.

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Myles: All Sue has to do is teach Randy a few wrong signs like instead of "It's nice to meet you, you look beautiful", maybe something like...(Jack and Dimitrius walk through the door)...I'm a pompous idiot and there's no way that any woman in her right mind will go out with me."
      Jack: What did we miss? Somebody slip him some truth serum?
      Dimitrius: Let it out, Myles. The truth will set you free.

    • Myles: I learned something new today: don't walk up to someone in a small town and ask "what's new?" unless you really want to know.
      Bobby: And on that note, did you know the football coach is in danger of losing his job? Pity, he's had some good years.
      Jack: But its much more complicated than that. Some people think the principal has it in for the coach because they both have eyes for the new Home Ec teacher.

    • Sue: Who hasn't wondered what they would do if they found a million dollars? Think of the opportunities.
      Myles: Well if the IRS found out about it, you'd have the opportunity to write them a cheque for just over four hundred thousand dollars. Just another example of why this country desperately needs tax reform.
      Lucy: Only you could make finding a million dollars sound like a bad thing.

    • Jack and Sue are chaperoning Horace and Tara's "date".
      Jack: First Randy and Hannah, now Horace and Tara. We've gotta stop dating like this.
      Sue: Did you say dating?
      Jack: (blushes) No, I said meeting. We've gotta stop meeting like this.
      Sue: (smiles) I think you said dating.

    • Myles: That is one good looking hunk of shoe leather.

    • Myles: You're fleeing from the FBI with a suitcase full of nothing?

    • Lucy (talking to Sue but refering to Randy): He told her he's an undercover agent?
      Tara: Under what? His desk?

    • Jack: Not a bad day's work, Horace!
      Diamonds and jewels $10,000, new Mercedes Benz $60,000, stopping a terrorist cell; priceless!
      Horace: Not to mention getting a good night kiss from a woman who wears a gun.

    • Jack: So you're asking me to go out with you?
      Sue: Um, no. Actually it's more like Randy is asking you to go out with me.

  • NOTES (0)


    • Title: Who Wants to be a Millionaire.

      This is a reference to the television game show Who Wants to be a Millionare, in which contestants answer knowledge-based questions. The more questions they answer correctly, the more money they win, with the hope of eventually answering enough questions to win one million dollars.

    • Jack: Diamonds and jewels $10,000, new Mercedes Benz $60,000, stopping a terrorist cell; priceless!

      This is a reference to the commercials for the credit card company MasterCard. The commercials featured people going about their lives using items worth a certain amount of money. At the end of the commercial there would be one thing that they could not put a price on, usually a feeling of joy or happiness, that was created thanks to the use of the credit card.

    • The reference Randy makes to Myles and Bobby being the Cheech and Chong of the FBI refers to an American comedy duo from the 70s/80s. Cheech Marin's and Tommy Chong's (stand-up) comedy mostly took place in hippie-style.