In Queens, NY, the police close in on two kidnappers who have abducted a teenager boy, Tyler Olson. They take refuge on the top floor of a parking garage but the police close in. The two men seemingly surrender, but one of them concentrates and stares at one of the officer. The man turns and backs off the edge of the parking garage, falling to his death. Another officer shoots her two co-workers and then herself...Read the full recap
Peter: Walter, remember that conversation we had about personal space?
Walter: I'm bored. No cadavers at this crime scene. Or food.
Astrid: Chicken. You serious?
Walter: Just a hypothesis. What do you think, more like pork?
Astrid: Truthfully, I don't really spend a lot of time thinking about what human brains would taste like.
Walter: Then why did you ask?
Walter: This is exciting. You think the FBI will ever give me a gun?
Walter: All commands will come through the headphones. Once you're given the order to put on the headphones, do not remove them under any circumstances. If you do, you may die a gruesome and horrible death. Thank you for your attention and have a nice day.
Walter: That was quick thinking. You always prove to be more resourceful than I give you credit for.
Peter: Is that supposed to be some sort of compliment?
Walter: How many do you want?
Peter: I'm not hungry. I don't need any crepes.
Walter: Oh, don't be ridiculous. You were abducted. Of course you need crepes.
The convenience store clerk puts the key in the neutral side of the outlet (no electricity), instead of the hot site. In a polarized plug the neutral is the larger blade, and the hot is the smaller blade.
The Observer appears on the far right of the screen, behind a silver car, as the police arrive at the parking structure.