At the B&B, Pete serves Kelly a half-banana for breakfast, and she suggests he move in with her. He hesitates and falls back on saying that Artie wants all of the agents under one roof. She goes back to work and takes both banana halves with her...Read the full recap
Pete: So, what do you think?
Myka: About you moving in with Kelly?
Pete: Well, yea. I mean, is it even kosher?. You know, warehouse-wise. Right. I forgot who I was asking
Myka: What is that supposed to mean?
Pete: She's a tech nerd, she's 150, and you're... Myka. Not exactly relationships success stories.
Claudia: Hey, I just got out of a serious relationship.
Pete: You didn't "get out." He had to change his identity and move to a different state.
Claudia: By order of the Justice Department! Point taken.
Helena: I know a thing or two about the opposite sex. Many of my lovers were men.
Pete: We're gonna follow up on that at a later date, but, for now, can we bring the focus back round to moi?
Mrs. Frederic: Agent Latimer. This is unlike anything you've ever faced.
Pete: So... like always then.
Pete: That's right, dig it. Who solved the test of the mind? Pete did.
Myka: Only because you order off the children's menu.
Pete: Someone's buying me pancakes for a year!
Dr. Vanessa Calder: How do you feel?
Mrs. Frederic: Well, I won't be running a marathon anytime soon.
Dr. Vanessa Calder: No, certainly not in those heels.
Pete: That's two I got, you know.
Myka: I know.
Pete: You solved one, and I solved two.
Myka: I know.
Pete: It's not a contest.
Myka: You're right. You're right. It's not a contest.
Pete: But if it were... I'd be winning.
Oh, mi amor
Said as he kisses Kelly's hand, referencing Gomez Addams of The Addams Family
Pete: Um, "singular sensation"?
The song "One" from the Broadway musical A Chorus Line features the line "One... singular sensation."
Pete: "Is the loneliest number"?
The song One by Harry Nilsson, contains the famous line, "One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do."
Claudia: I don't buy our three young Indiana Joneses just stumbled into it as a school project.
Indiana Jones is an iconic movie character, a two-fisted adventurer and archaeologist of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, best known for his fedora, leather jacket, and bullwhip. The character appeared in four movies, a prequel television series, and numerous books.
I checked. This is what fashionable British archaeologists are wearing these days.
Lara Croft, the animated video game character who went on to appear "live' in two feature movies, wears the same clothing.
Helena: Then once more into the breach, dear friends.
Taken from Henry V's rallying speech to his troops, in Shakespeare's Henry V.