The Cleaner

Season 1 Episode 5

Here Comes the Boom

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Aug 19, 2008 on A&E
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William's guilt about a badly planned intervention and its fallout makes him put Swenton and himself in danger when they try to rescue a man for his son. At home, Ben takes a stand about his life, throwing the family into turmoil.

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      • (Emerging from the school after Ben threw footballs though the windows.)
        William: $3,000 for those windows.
        Ben: I'll pay you back.
        William: It's not about the money, Ben. (grabs him and forces Ben to face him) You have my attention, okay? You have my full attention.
        Ben: It only took the past 10 years to get it!

      • (Ray Jr. has asked what it feels like to get high on meth.)
        Ray Crin: It's poison. It's killing me, Ray, 45 seconds at a time. I know that, and I still can't stop it. I know what it's doing, and I still can't help thinking all day long what it's gonna be like the next time I smoke. And that feeling is the most consuming thing in my whole world right now.

      • (Reflecting upon his latest mission and the problems with Ben.)
        William: I asked for your help. I gave you my trust, I looked to you for guidance. I asked for your mercy, I believed that you were forgiving me. So what happened? What happened? Tell me, what happened to the grace, the grace of God?

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      • Original International Air Dates:
        Czech Republic – February 1, 2009 on AXN

      • Featured music:
        "Big Eyes" by Eulogies
        "Are You Afraid" by Fay Aiyana
        "Mama Song" by Keaton Simmons
        "Esto Es Guerro" by Qbanito
        "Turn Gold" by Birds of Avalon
        "Where You Don't Belong" by One-Eyed Mule
        "Chemical Courage" by Jack Savoretti.

        Note: Fay Aiyana, in addition to her work as a singer, has a day job as the music editor for this series.

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