Bianca: I been in Narcotics my whole career...bustin' punks like the Perrys that got more money in their pockets than I make in a year. It never ends. So why try to beat 'em when you can just join 'em?
Lisbon: Well, now you can join 'em in prison.
Summer: You know, you really should do something about that back of yours.
Cho: It's nothing.
Summer: You're very invested in this man-in-an-iron-face routine, aren't you? I bet I could make you cry like a baby.
Cho: I'll bet.
Summer: There may be hope for you yet.
International Episode Titles:
Germany: Eine Frage des respekts (A matter of respect)
This episode had 12.21 million viewers when it originally aired.
Special billing was given to Dean Norris (and) for this episode.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: November 17, 2011 on CTV
Portugal: November 28, 2011 on RTP2
United Kingdom: December 29, 2011 on Channel 5/Channel 5 HD
Germany: March 25, 2012 on Sat.1
In the club, Jane declares that he and Lisbon are Five-O.
Five-O is slang for state police. The slang comes from CBS long-runner series Hawaii Five-O that depicts the story of Hawaiian state police. Two fun facts: Hawaii in real-life never has any state police, and CBS is currently airing the update version of the series as Hawaii Five-0 (with zero).