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Recalling a series of prison therapy sessions that fueled his hatred of Rabbit, and pressed by Xavier’s insistence that the FBI handle a kidnapping case, Lucas makes a decision that will change the collective fate of Carrie, her family, Sugar, Job, and the entire Banshee police force. A special delivery at Alex’s doorstep leads Nola to reconsider her future; Kai teaches Rebecca the power of telecommunications.
Ratings: 0.45 Million Viewers
Trivia: The scene following the end credits features Jason Hood calling the sheriff's department, and watching the video of Lucas fighting the boxer.
Lucas: I'm just another file for you to process before you get home to your cats.
Dr. Paradis: What makes you think I have cats.
Lucas: Well, I know you have a cat. Cats was a guess.
Dr. Paradis: What else?
Lucas: And you're wearing a black bra under a white blouse again. It's happened before, so it's not because you didn't get your laundry done. If that were the case, you'd go with no bra. Your tits aren't that big, no you deliberately project your sexuality. Maybe because of a recent breakup, or a divorce. Either way, you get off from sitting across from men who haven't seen a woman in years. Knowing we're going to go back to our cells, rub one out thinking of you. I mean, why else would a woman who looks like you work in a place like this. And yeah, you have cats. Every time you wear dark clothing, like that navy pant suit you had tailored to cling to your ass like skin, I see hairs on you.
Dr. Paradis: You're exceptionally observant.
Lucas: Occupational hazard.
Sugar: What are you looking for?
Job: I'll know it when I see it.
Sugar: I can help you, I've lived me whole life here.
Job: Which explains why you haven't grasped the concept of personal space.
Gordon: You lied to me, you lied to our kids. I don't know if you can ever make that right, but if you're going to try you need to come home with me right now.
Carrie: Gordon, don't do this. Don't make me choose.
Gordon: You go with them, you're making that choice yourself.
Job: We probably goin' to die.
Job: If we do die, I just want you to know that I don't like you very much.
Sugar: Dually noted.
When Lucas in in jail talking to the therapist, the camera angle changes from a view of him in the room, to the view from the security camera. First, he is sitting and staring at Dr. Paradis with both arms resting on his knees. A second later, when the camera angle changes to the security camera, he has one hand propped under his chin.
When Nola find the bloody card in the bag with the head, she hold it by the bottom right corner, where there is not as much blood. The bottom left corner of the card is covered in blood. The camera angle changes as Nola hands the card back towards her brother. She is still holding it by the bottom right corner, tipping it back, but the bottom left corner is suddenly not covered in blood. The bottom right corner appears to be bloody now.
OverPower: When the camera pans over the contents of Max Hopewell's room, a card with the words 'OverPower' can be seen tacked to his bulletin board.
'OverPower' is a card game that features characters from Marvel Comics, DC Comics and Image Comics.
When question Carrie about what she was planning to do, Brock asks her what she and The A-Team had planned.
' is the title of a television series that ran from 1983–1987.
Season 1, Episode 9:
Max was kidnapped by Rabbit in 1x09 "Always A Cowboy
," and is being held as a ransom.
Season 1, Episode 9:
Gordon learned part of the truth about Carrie's past in 1x09 "Always A Cowboy
Season 1, Episode 8:
Carrie was stabbed by Olek in 1x08 "We Shall Live Forever
" while the two of them fought.
Season 1, Episode 3:
The video of Lucas fighting the boxer that Jason watched online is from 1x03 "Meet the New Boss