Trivia: The tune Ellington whistles in the hangar is "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", a spiritual tune originally composed by Wallis Willis in 1862. To some, the tune is thought to give reference to parts of the Underground Railroad, a secret organization used to help escaped slaves make the journey to the Northern states and later Canada.
Jay: What's this?
John Ellington: It's a portable polygraph machine. We use them for intake interviews with new clients.
Tyler: Why would we lie?
John Ellington: You wouldn't… outwardly.
Jay: I've never heard of a firm that does this to their own clients.
John Ellington: We're not a law firm, Mr. Burchell. It's for our protection.
Jay: Yeah, but if we hired you, you should be worried about protecting us.
John Ellington: Mr. Burchell, these are our rules. If you won't abide by them then we're just wasting each other's time here.
Carlton Fog: It's fine. They'll do it. Think of it as practice. I speak from experience, it takes more than one polygraph to clear your name.
Tyler: Did my father know about this? (after a pause) Tell me!
Ellington: Your father is the least of your worries.
Tyler: Look, whatever happened between me and my father is over, OK? He was just testing me.
Jay: Why would he wanna test you?
Tyler: Because that's what dads do!
Belgium: August 30th, 2007 on VT4
New Zealand: December 5th, 2007 on TV2
Slovakia: February 11th, 2010 on Markiza
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