When Goeffrey Thorne arrives for work at FluidDyn, the VP of Sales, Donnie Connell, greets him with security guards. They take a chip from Geoffrey’s backpack and Donnie explains that it’s company work and Geoffrey is fired...Read the full recap
Eliot: I thought we were supposed to hate the guys that we take down.
Nate: Not a requirement--a perk... usually.
Molly Connell: Don't have many people to talk to these days.
Eliot: I wonder why.
Molly Connell: Other than Daria.
Eliot: Who's that?
Molly Connell: She's our Eastern-European housekeeper. Talking to her is like... talking to an Eastern-European housekeeper.
Eliot: You know, I know a way to beat these, uh--these games you think are rigged?
Molly Connell: Yeah?
Molly Connell: What?
Eliot: What do you think it is? Hard work.
Molly Connell: Was Rudy on cable last night.
Alec: But it's not--it's not what you think, at all. It's an ASCD, an Automated Safe Cracking Device.
Parker: I'm a safe-cracking device.
Molly: Was Rudy on cable last night?
Rudy is a 1993 sports movie about Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger, who fought for his dream to play football for the University of Notre Dame.
Molly: I’ll be Botasky and you be Perky.
Perky and Botasky are fluffy animal soldiers in the anime series Cat Shit One, originally released as a manga called Apocalypse Meow.
Mumbai, first mentioned in "The Juror No. 6 Job," gets a mention here when Sophie says, "This is like Mumbai all over again."