Alias: David Barnes
Frank: You know, I bet your story would be just as interesting if it was ever open.
David: I, I doubt it.
Frank: Just a cop's hunch.
(Det. Harnell and Frank Rivera arrive at David's apartment, wrongly accusing him of filing a fake police report)
David: Everything I told you on the phone was true. I'm sure you didn't lose a night's sleep tracking me down to prove that it isn't.
Det. Harnell: Maybe we're insomniacs.
David: You work for Harrison Cole?
Archer Hewitt: Well, let's put it this way, he's a man who kept me going when things got rough.
(Lisa Morgan is trying to talk Doug Hewitt out of killing Harrison Cole)
Lisa: Don't you see you're becoming just like him?
Doug Hewitt: Has that ever happened to you, I mean, when someone jumps you and stuff?
David: I always run first.
Doug: Hey, I run, too. I used to run all the time. No more. I'm gonna fight back now, from now on.
David: Violence doesn't usually work, at least not for me. I find that it isn't worth it in the long run.
Frank: (To Detective Harnell) It's not smart to make a big shot sweat. Not unless you know for sure he's got something to sweat about.
Harrison Cole: (To Howard, about David) He's a question mark. I'm not happy about that.
This episode had David White (of Bewitched) portraying a man who endured the death of a son. In a tragic irony, the actor would eventually go through a similar ordeal in real life: In December of 1988, his son Jonathan was killed in the bombing of Pan Am Fight 103.
The closing credits footage of David walking along a road is the same footage shown at the end of Triangle.