While Fi tries to help Michael by getting the identity of the man who may have tried to blow him up, Michael tries to help a football player who is in trouble with a gang of car thieves.

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Felix Cole (as Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones)
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Coach Shawn Martin
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Corey Jensen
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Storyline

Carla ordered Michael to investigate the hit-man for her and Michael's sake, but he manages to impose his agenda. Alas Fiona's emotions and Sam force him to waste their efforts on an elaborate plan to eliminate a gang of car thieves just to save an insignificant jock who stupidly beat up a vindictive thug. The plan turns his own big boss against those thugs. Written by KGF Vissers

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29 January 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell) at one point says "You know, for the kids." This is a direct reference to The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) in which Campbell plays a supporting role. The line is a slightly different version of the movie's famous, oft-uttered line: "You know, for kids." Sam says "You know, for THE kids" because he's referring to 2 kids specifically (Corey and Tanya, the kids he's helping out) unlike in 'Hudsucker' where the line refers to kids in general. See more »

Goofs

When Fiona picks the lock, the cylinder (that the key goes in) doesn't turn, yet the door opens. See more »

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Michael Westen: [narration] The actual theft of a car isn't difficult. The hard part is selling it once you have it. Between the license, registration, tax records, and VIN numbers, it's surprisingly hard to turn a car into cash. The best approach is to start with clean paperwork on another car from out of state. Then match the stolen car to the clean paperwork. That means new VIN tags, and a new registration. And in case someone decides to check closely, some hydrochloric acid and a file will make the etched ...
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