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Now that Van has gotten the antidote, the caller, Nick McKussick – a former criminal and the first person that Billie trained for The Candy Store before he turned on her, has informed the group that other families have been poisoned and that their participation in his plan is not yet over. Nick orders them to help him steal an incredible amount of precious valuables or the families he poisoned will die.
This episode is part two of a two-parter.
This episode was the Season 1 finale that turned into the Series finale when Fox decided not to pick the show back up for a second season. Unfortunately, this series ends with a cliffhanger that will never be concluded.
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|BoySetsFire||Last Year's Nest|| |
|Neil Diamond||Hello Again|| |
|Nokturnl||Neva Mend|| |
Billie: I know it's you, Nick. You think you're gonna hide forever, huh? You still scared of me?!
Nick McKussick: I guess you're still that scary, baby.
Van: Do you have any idea the headache you get from almost flat-lining? I'm not kidding. It's almost worse than a Jägermeister hangover.
Deaq: Nothing's worse than a Jägermeister hangover.
Van: Well, it's close.
Roland Hill: Hey, honey, that's a big body count for a little lady. Maybe it's time for some hormone replacement therapy.
Billie: Aren't we in enough trouble?
Deaq: We're in so much trouble, it can't get any worse.
Billie: Good point.
Van: Yep, every now and then, this is the best job ever.
When Billie and Roland Hill were having it out in front of Deaq, Billie says, "Why don't you skip right down to dick size", but 'dick' was edited out. You can clearly see her mouth the words in the scene.
Van: What are you doing, man? That's like my secret identity. You can't just do that. You're like Alfred. You just let Kim Basinger into the Batcave. I hated it when he did that.
This is reference to the 1989 film, Batman, where exactly that happens.
Nick McKussick: What,... you got no thing? What are you down there,... Ken doll?
The Ken doll was the boyfriend of Barbie of the long running children's Barbie doll collection. For obvious reasons, the Ken doll is not anatomically correct.