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Det. Gary Walker
: [Don and Walker are driving down an alley after a suspect
] Hey Eppes, you ever play Polo? Don Eppes
: All right, here we go! Giddyap!
[steps on the gas
] Don Eppes
: [Walker opens the car door so it slams against the bad guy as they drive past, they get out to cuff him
] Well, that's your sport, Gary! The boy's out cold!
Det. Gary Walker
: That's what I like about the new generation, they got an answer for everything. Don Eppes
: I don't have an answer for dating a co-worker though. Det. Gary Walker
: [looks through break room window at Megan, David, and Colby
] Reeves? You and Reeves? Don Eppes
: No no no, you didn't know I was dating Liz Warner? Det. Gary Walker
: [raises eyebrows
] Ooh ho ho!
: [Ross is drawing Charlie and Don in a back-to-back action-hero pose
] You think someone actually might publish this? Ross Moore
: An FBI agent who solves crimes with the help of his mathematician brother? It's great! Don Eppes
: Aw, nobody would believe it.
: [reading the proof for Vanity Fair
] His brother Don, a special agent in the Los Angelies office of the FBI believes Charles Epps has recently conquered the greatest challenge of friendship. 'Charlie and I has our issues growing up... ' Don Eppes
: Yeh, to say the least. Charlie Eppes
: '... but if there is anything stronger than the bond between brothers its the bond between brothers who have become friends. Charlie's my friend'.
: What's the deal? There are more people here in the middle of the night than at ten in the morning. It's like the FBI.
: I hear Robin's back in town. Don Eppes
: Yeah, I'm really happy she's back. Alan Eppes
: Did you tell her that? Don Eppes
: Not yet, not in words, no. Alan Eppes
: You know, it's guys like you that make Beyonce sing that "Single Ladies" song.
: [Don walks into the coffeeroom while Charlie is drinking a pink liquid
] Hey, what yah got there? A smoothie? Charlie Eppes
: Hey listen, I want to ask you guy something. Um, it's her birthday coming up and I want to get her a gift. Something, I dunno. I just don't know what. Don Eppes
: It's just a question of what you want to say. Alan Eppes
: Well how about, happy birthday? Charlie Eppes
: You know, two mathematicians from University College of London actually recently addressed this, this very same question. Alan Eppes
: Mathematicians? English mathematicians? Charlie Eppes
: They used game theory to analyze the best characteristics of a courtship gift. Don Eppes
: Well, no offence Charlie, but it sounds like two math geeks who don't date much. Charlie Eppes
: I do take offence.
: You know who else doesn't like to talk about their love life? Don Eppes
: Your boy Larry. Charlie Eppes
: What do you know? Don Eppes
: That Megan thinks he's *beautiful*. Charlie Eppes
: [Mouths silently
[Watching and speaking along with Sullivan's Travels
] AUSA Robin Brooks
: You know every line? Don Eppes
: Not on purpose.
] Don Eppes
: Yes. AUSA Robin Brooks
: Thanks for not making me watch Heat.
: Alright, look, short of getting access to the "X-Files", we're not going on any alien death-ray theories. Period. Colby Granger
: Guys, we processed the photos and the videos from these witnesses at Goathart. It's nothing Pulitzer Prize-winning, but it's something.
[a video plays of a blue flash of light
] David Sinclair
: What the hell was that? Let me see it again.
[slower playback reveals the light is concentrated in a glowing blue sphere of energy
] Nikki Betancourt
: [to Don
] You were saying, Agent Mulder?
AUSA Robin Brooks
: You know, when it comes to religion, I tend to agree with Clarence Darrow. Fear of God isn't the beginning of wisdom - it's the end. When I need guidance, I turn to the law. It's been solving problems for 4,000 years. Don Eppes
: Yeah, well, I'm not sure what I'm after, but I don't think I'm going to find it in the penal code.
: She dumped you? Don Eppes
: Whatever God is... I'm pretty sure it's in how we're there for each other.
: I just bought a sizable stake in rail transport. It's my business now, why would I harm it? Don Eppes
: Well, one reason is you'd bring prices down. You could snatch up inventory. Roman Markovius
: You think like a criminal. Don Eppes
: That's how I catch them
: Maybe Charlie can slap it into one of those algorithmic, geo-profiling hot zone Hot Pocket deals. Don Eppes
: Put it just like that when you ask him.