Jane: How was the rest of the party?
Lisbon: Torture. Like it can't happen ever ever again.
Jane: Ten years huh?
Lisbon: More, actually. One year with you counts as two.
Lisbon: Good morning.Thank you for the party,it was very thoughtful.
Rigsby: You're welcome.
Lisbon: But I'm never gonna forgive you for that stripper.
Lisbon: Are we partners or what?
Jane : Come here partner.
Agent Haffner: (offers her a job) That's the starting salary. That'll keep you in leather jackets, I think.
Lisbon: It's not about the money. I like what I do. It's a good job. It's good work.
Agent Haffner: Is it the work, or is it Jane?
Lisbon: He's part of the work.
Agent Haffner: Sure. And you guys-you guys have a track record, I-I understand why you wanna stick with that. But if there's one thing that I've learned about Jane, it's that catching bad guys is a game to him, and-and he's gonna quit someday. Maybe because he gets Red John, maybe because, what, he just gets bored. When that happens, you're gonna be on your own. Driving out to some crime scene in the middle of nowhere at 5:00 a.m., asking Rigsby what sort of sad story you gotta unravel this time. Is that what you really want? Because I think you deserve better. Think about it.
Rigsby: (toasting) Ladies and gentlemen, ten years ago, Teresa Lisbon left the San Francisco Police Department to join the California Bureau of Investigation. Today she is without doubt the rootinest, tootinest, sharp-shootinest cop in the whole state of California. Happy anniversary, boss.
This episode had 10.50 viewers on its original airing.
This episode reunites Reed Diamond and Kyle Secor who are best known for their roles as Baltimore detectives Micheal Kellerman and Tim Bayliss on the NBC police drama Homicide:Life on the Street. Diamond and Secor last payed those characters in the telefilm Homicide:The Movie.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: January 27, 2013 on CTV
Australia: February 28, 2013 on Nine
Belgium: March 03, 2013 on VIER
United Kingdom: March 15, 2013 on Channel 5/HD
The title and the episode as a whole allude to a real murder case that happened in a Red Barn in Suffolk, England in 1827.