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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Rayvon Chelsea Casamayor ...
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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

(at around 15 mins) When Fiona is reading Michael's fortune cookie, you see her toss a wrapper and smash the cookie, then a shot over her shoulder of her picking up the fortune, then a cut to a shot from the front where she picks up the fortune again, which she was already holding in the last shot. See more »

Quotes

Michael Westen: [narration] When you need to get into a building in a hurry, you can always count on a fire exit. Every building has them. It's just about knowing how to use them. The right shape charge will put a big enough dent in a steel door to disengage the lock, which can turn a fire exit into a convenient and unexpected entrance. A coil of detcord attached to a rubber mat will give you the explosion you need and allow you to point it wherever you need it to go. S.W.A.T. teams call it a hockey puck.
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