The city suffers a wave of robberies, which Lassiter fails to solve. The police chief still assigns Shawn to her priority, finding a nanny as her baby keeps her agonizingly awake all night. Shawn largely passes that to Gus, snoops about the robberies and soon suspects a link. The case moves into prominence after a murder. No single nanny fits the bill, but the most trusted nanny agency might. Written by
Did You Know?
'Levon Tostig', the name Shawn uses as an alias at the nanny agency, is a reference to the Elton John
song "Levon" from the 1971 album "Madman Across the Water". See more
(at around 1 min) The stuffed bear and duck on the receptionist's desk are standing up when shot facing the receptionist, but when shot from behind the receptionist, the bear is laying on top of the duck. See more
Burton 'Gus' Guster
Nannies are essential parts of today's working nuclear families.
They're babysitters who drive.
References The Bad News Bears
Music by Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen
German lyrics by Carlo Karges
English lyrics by Kevin McAlea
Performed by Nena See more