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The Unusuals

Season 1 Episode 4

Crime Slut

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Apr 22, 2009 on ABC

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  • Trivia

    • Det. Delahoy: Bridget Demopolis.
      Det. Banks: What?
      Det. Delahoy: Dispatch. That's her name.

      While the character Bridget Demopolis is played by Heather Burns, the actress who does the voice of the dispatch is Marisa Vural.

    • Featured Music:
      "Metal Heart" by Cat Power
      scene: (CODA - Closing Scenes) Delahoy is pushing Mr. Belzer on the swing and talking about what it's like at the end and having people who care about you. Delahoy realizes that Mr. Belzer has died. He sits on the other swing.

  • Quotes

    • Det. Banks: Dr. Cook, with Howard as sick as he is, how far do you think he could go?
      Dr. Cook: Well, that's the problem. Fifteen minutes before Howard walked out, I pronounced him dead.

    • Marvin Bechamel: I've been nothing my whole life. Nobody. Only girls that would even look at me had neck hair or one eye that didn't work right.

    • Davis Nixon: Um, these are for you. They're uh, sego lillies, the uh, state flower of Utah.
      Det. Shraeger: That'd be really sweet if I was a Mormon.

    • Det. Delahoy: Excuse me. What's your name?
      Kid at Store: Screw you.
      Det. Banks: Nice mouth. You kiss your mother with that mouth?
      Kid at Store: Kissed yours last night.

    • (talking about dispatch girl, Bridget Demopolis)
      Det. Delahoy: Hey, listen man, when you sex her up, have her talk dirty to you through a tin can. It really captures that dispatch flavor.
      Det. Banks: Why you got to make everything so ugly?

    • Det. Shraeger: I could never be a slut.
      Det. Walsh: How do you know unless you try?
      Det. Shraeger: I just have no interest in seeing that many penises.

    • Det. Delahoy: 'We Bokononists believe that humanity is broken into teams. Teams that do God's will without ever discovering what they're doing. Such a team is called a karass. If you find your life tangled up with somebody else's life, that person may be a member of your karass. Nowhere does Bokonon warn against a person's trying to discover the limits of his karass. But such investigations are bound to be incomplete. As Bokonon tells us, anyone who thinks he sees what God is doing is a fool.'

    • Det. Shraeger: I hope you like rugelach.
      Davis Nixon: You came all the way over here to bring me a Jewish pastry?
      Det. Shraeger: No, stupid. I came all the way over here to have sex with you.

    • Det. Walsh: Wait, are you... are you apologizing for being human? Is that what you're doing?
      Det. Beaumont: No, I...
      Det. Walsh: Because I got news for you. If I wanted shallow and uncomplicated, I'd date that newscaster again. I like girls with secrets. I like girls who lie. How can you trust someone who doesn't have secrets? Hmm?

    • (after having sex in a closet)
      Det. Beaumont: That was interesting.
      Det. Walsh: Yeah, that raincoat kind of ruined it though.
      Det. Beaumont: Oh please. Nobody likes wearing them, but they're safe.
      Det. Walsh: No, I meant the actual raincoat.

    • Det. Delahoy: Ever wonder why prisons have such pretty names?
      Det. Banks: What?
      Det. Delahoy: Soledad, Sing Sing, Joliet. They all sound like spas. We should make a rule, you know? You kill a guy, you go to agony dungeon race-war state prison, you know?
      Det. Banks: Yeah, is there something you need? Or are you just tired of talking to yourself?

  • Notes

    • Original International Airdates:
      Czech Republic: August 30, 2012 on TV Nova
      Slovakia: September 21, 2012 on DAJTO

  • Allusions

    • Det. Delahoy: 'All the true things I'm about to tell you are shameless lies.'

      Those are the first lines in The Books of Bokonon, a collection of excerpts which discusses Bokononism, the fictional religion practiced by most characters in Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.'s novel Cat's Cradle.

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