Casey is still rattled from the bomb scare, Jeremy tries to understand a cricket story, and Rebecca makes her decision about Dan.
Did You Know?
The cricket event referenced in the title is based on a real-life occurrence by Indian bowler Anil Kumble on February 7, 1999, who took all ten wickets in one innings of a Test Match against Pakistan, only the second such achievement in cricket history. See more
In the final scene when Natalie says the bell hasn't rung yet for Casey, the same clip of Casey and Jeremy is used twice in a row. When Natalie asks Dan if he heard the bell, the scene cuts to Casey and Jeremy, who turns to start to speak. Then she asks Jeremy if he heard the bell, and the scene cuts to the exact same footage of Jeremy turning. See more
Raj Rajhan edged a humble snorter to the slips, where Saurav Ganguly dived to his right to pick up a low snatch.