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After an aspiring actress falls to her death, the team discovers that she was part of a conspiracy to kill a movie producer. Meanwhile, Camille joins up with Kirsten's ex-boyfriend Liam, and Kirsten suspect the current case has something to do with her missing father Daniel.
Linus comes to pick Camille up and they end up kissing. She points out that they have to meet the van with Linus' stuff, but Linus is more interested in her. He mentions that Cameron met a girl, Nina, and he was on the phone with her talking about Doctor Who for hours. Kirsten comes in and overhears them, and Camille goes to check on her. Her roommate says that she already knows about Nina and can't be mad at Cameron because she told him not to wait for her. Camille figures that there's more, and Kirsten explains that Daniel had a first wife, Elizabeth. She hopes to find Elizabeth so that she can track down Daniel, but hasn't had much luck yet...Read the full recap
Linus: Except for the fact that he was on the phone with her until 3:00 am last night, talking about Doctor Who. David Tennant this, TARDIS that, all night long. I love my Time Lords as much as the next guy, but I need eight hours of man sleep.
Linus: Well, that'll give us 23 minutes by the time she jumps out of bed to the time she arrives at the lab and then breaks her foot off in our asses.
Cameron: Mm. Fortunately for us, there are four of us and she only has two feet, so half of us will survive.
Camille: What is she going to do, fire us?
Linus: Well, not if she kills us first.
Maggie: Remember me saying not to Stitch until we know it was safe? I know it was me saying it. Uh... yup, I recognize my voice.
Linus: Thank you, Mr. Spock.
Cameron: We agreed, I'm Kirk, you're Spock.
Linus: I never agreed to that.
Cameron: Remember when I died for you? Well, I'm willing to do that again, except this time, you won't be able to bring me back.
As if Lord of the Purity Rings ever used it.
Referencing the trilogy of novels written by J.R.R. Tolkien
about Middle Earth. The third book, and the trilogy as a whole, is named "The Lord of the Rings".
Except for the fact that he was on the phone with her until 3:00 am last night, talking about Doctor Who
The Doctor is the main character in the British TV series Doctor Who
, and travels around in a time machine (TARDIS) disguised as an old-style British police box. "Doctor Who" is a nickname/in-joke of sorts, and the name of the series, but not the character's on-screen name.
Veronica Mars here wants to Stitch into Sandy.
is a 2004 through 2007 TV series about high school girl Veronica Mars (later college), who works with her father as private investigators.
You had him at hello.
"You had me at hello" is a line spoken in the 1996 movie Jerry Maguire
to the title character, played by Tom Cruise
Cameron: Talk to me, Goose.
In the 1986 movie Top Gun, Pete "Maverick" Mitchell and Nick "Goose" Bradshaw are fellow Air Force pilots and close friends.
Safely back in Kansas, Dorothy.
In the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz
, based on the novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
by L. Frank Baum
, the main character Dorothy Gale lives in the state of Kansas.
Seriously, how do you not like Torchwood
is a British TV series, a spinoff of Doctor Who
, which features an elite team of British investigators led by Captain Jack, an immortal humanoid.
Have you told Cameron about your hobbit feet?
Hobbits, or halfling, are fictional characters in the Middle Earth books of J.R.R. Tolkien
. They typically go barefooted and have extremely hairy feet.
Cameron: Time it goes to work, my precious.
Gollum is Sméagol, the corrupted hobbit in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-Earth books, who seeks the return of his Precious, the One Ring.