The team tries to track the person murdering men in homes that are for sale, and Larry's dream of space may be in jeopardy.

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Have baseball bat, will travel is the motto for a serial killer, who finds pedophiles in chat rooms and lures them to empty houses, then ambushes them, ties them to chairs, forces them to confess into a video camera and completes the beating deaths. Meanwhile, have space shuttle will travel is the motto of Larry, who is trying to get aboard the next shuttle launch -- and be gone for six months -- to perform scientific experiments. Astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin appears as himself near the end. Written by Peter Harris

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Trivia

The plot device of Larry being selected to go into space was conceived as a way of explaining his character's absence while actor Peter MacNicol was busy with a role on the sixth season of 24 (2001). His character later returns to Earth and reappears for one episode (Numb3rs: The Art of Reckoning (2007)), then retreats to a monastery and is absent for the rest of the season. See more »

Goofs

When Amita is running the "HOUSE_FOR_SALE_MURDERS STATISTICAL MODEL", the computer screen shows some spelling errors: "CORRELATION (?muder,?house)" probably should be "murder"; and "CONSIDERING vivtimAddress" should read "victimAddress". Misspellings are not uncommon in computer programs, but inconsistent spelling would cause errors. See more »

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491,000 Registered Sex Offenders 3.2 Million Uploads 34 Million teenagers 24,452,647 Chatroom sites See more »

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References The Right Stuff (1983) See more »

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Rocket Man
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Written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin
Performed by Elton John
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