Charlie takes a very personal interest when one of CalSci's professors is murdered during a raid by animal rights advocates, and once the murderer is found Nikki's actions put the operation and civilians at risk.
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Charlie mentions Bob Dylan's second album "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan" had four tracks removed because they were considered too controversial. A few original pressings were accidentally released in the new sleeve that did not list them. These copies are very rare and have been sold for as much as $35,000. The deleted tracks were "Talkin' John Birch Blues", "Rocks and Gravel", "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," and "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand". Dylan refused to appear on The Ed Sullivan Show on May 12, 1963 because CBS told him he could not sing "Talkin' John Birch Blues" In the lyrics to this song he says he became paranoid about communism so he joined the Birch Society and equates them to Nazis. "Now we all agree with Hitlers' views Although he killed six million Jews It don't matter too much that he was a Fascist At least you can't say he was a Communist" See more
Don tells the team not to release the fact that Nelson is dead, later David and Liz, whilst trying to find out who killed Nelson, tell Randy Wesslinger that the extremists "already killed someone", then later still Dr. Ludlow asks Larry why the FBI is still keeping Nelson's death a secret, but David and Liz are already telling people that someone died in the attack (an attack in which only one person besides the extremists was present). See more
[This appears on the beginning of the episode] 50 - 100 million experimental animals 1088 research labs 51 animal rights extremist groups 1440 criminal acts See more
Performed by The Dead Boys
(plays over the opening scene) See more