In Tokyo, the team, minus Parker, goes after a rare statue. After disposing of the guards, the team recovers the statue. They go to work while Parker keeps calling from their headquarters in Portland despite the fact she tore her ACL. She's confined to six weeks of bed rest and going stir crazy. Alec is forced to sign out when the system overloads and he assures her that she'll be fine...Read the full recap
Eliot: Told you there a ninth guard.
Nate: Yeah, yeah, I owe you a beer.
Eliot: How's the knee?
Parker; Ah, driving me to Crazy Town. Pretty much like it's on cruise control. Cruising me through Crazy Town. And you know what, let's face it. I have way too much to do. This knee, this knee, I need to be on a bullet train through Crazy Town. I don't have time to stop at a museum, get gas...
Eliot: Parker, breathe.
Parker: Just think of it as more charity work.
Amy Palavi: Okay, but my other charity work doesn't involve having a gun pointed at me.
Parker: Exactly, that's what I'm saying. Oh, you meant that as a bad thing.
Alec: Did you just quote Heat?
Heat is a 1995 crime drama movie about a gang of professional thieves staying one step ahead of the police detective that is tracking them down.
But no BJ and the Bear
, and no reality-dating shows.
BJ and the Bear
ran for three years (1979-81) on NBC and featured BJ McKay and his pet chimpanzee Bear.
Parker: Except Beauty and The Geek
. I like that one.
Beauty and the Geek
was a five-season reality series on The CW, teaming up nerdy guys with beautiful women. The teams then competed against each other.