A younger man meets an older one, Harold Freeman, on an isolated dock, and the older man realizes that the newcomer isn’t with the Committee. He realizes that the newcomer is one of “them” and admits that some mistakes never go away. The younger man touches the older one, killing him with a fast-spreading form of necrosis, and says that some do...Read the full recap
Nathan Cley: Look, we had to bring you in with everybody else. Otherwise they would have been suspicious.
Bill: You shot me--what--eighteen times? You did a really good job selling that.
Eric Latreaux: Hi, Rachel. It's Eric. Long time.
Rachel: Eric Letrobe? I know him. We brought him here two years ago. Eric, what are you doing?
Eric Latreaux: I'm reading your micro-expressions. So far, so good. Cley said if I help out, he'll get me out of this dump. So maybe once I get out, you and I can catch a movie.
Rachel: Eric, would you please tell Cley that I'm telling the truth?
Eric Latreaux: Or maybe a show. Le Miz, or The Producers. 'Cause I know a guy.
Rachel: Eric, I don't even think those shows are running anymore.
Nathan Cley: If the two of you are done, I'm trying to conduct an investigation.
Cameron: Hey, Eric! How's life treating you in here, huh? Nice and comfy?
Eric Latreaux: The food's crap.
Nathan Cley: I've had it before. It's not that bad.
Eric Latreaux: Look me in the eye and say that.
Nina: Gary doesn't lie
Bill: We all know Gary doesn't lie.
Gary: No, I do lie. I've been practicing. It's a social skill. Like the other day when I said I was going to have a pudding pop. I was lying. 'Cause I don't like pudding pops. That was a lie. I do like pudding pops.
Gary: I just knew we didn't have any.
Eric Latreaux: Hey, is there a bathroom around here? Hey, it's my downside. When I get nervous, I have to pee.
Nathan Cley: No, your downside is that you're a distrustful, depressed miserable human being.
Eric Latreaux: Oh, yeah. That.
Gary: Oh, that's gross. Dr. Rosen, don't do that in there? Are you sick?
Creighton/"Rosen": No, I'm fine.
Gary: No, you're not fine. Vomit is the body's way of telling us that we're not fine.
Creighton/"Rosen": Do you ever shut up?!?
Gary: But that won't grow anymore now, Dr. Rosen. It's delicate. It's a philodendron.
Rachel: Where is Gary?
Gary: I'm here. I'm the real me. He's the fake. He was the fake Rosen before, but the real Dr. Rosen is here now. And he's hurt his leg and he has bad hair. Oh, yeah.
Title: The Unusual Suspects
The title of the episode references the 1995 Christopher McQuarrie film The Usual Suspects about a man who tells a long, twisted story to police interrogators about a massacre and massive fire that took place in Los Angeles. It also references the movie Casablanca, when Inspector Renault says to "round up the usual suspects."
Cameron: Come on, everybody's seen Casablanca.
In the 1942 movie Casablanca, Rick (Humphrey Bogart) plays opposite Ilse (Ingrid Bergman) in this story of World War II intrigue.
Nina: I figured you for more of a Field of Dreams type of guy.
Field of Dreams (1989), is a movie based on the novel Shoeless Joe by W.P. Kinsella. It features a farmer who chooses not to sell his land because a voice whispers to him "If you build it, they will come." When he does build the field, the ghosts of the Boston White Soxs arrive to play.
Cameron: A little while back, I took Tyler to see that movie, uh, Up.
Up is a 2009 Pixar CGI film about an elderly man and a young boy who fly to South America in the man's house, which he has converted into an airship.