Corrupt country county judge Roy was to be robbed of his dirty gains in favor of the victimized families, but while Nate and Sophie are in the bank to get the cash it's clumsily robbed by two amateurs, retired army veteran Derrick Clark and his adolescent son Michael. Nate is shot soon after thinking up impersonating an FBI team, so the trio outside must improvise before the real agents arrive in about 45 minutes. Written by
Did You Know?
There are several references in this episode to the series 'The Dukes of Hazzard'. Eliot refers to Judge Roy as Boss Hogg and Hardisan refers to the local sheriff as sheriff Coltrane. See more
When Parker is unscrewing the cover on the chute, in the shot just after Hall and Oates are mentioned, you can see the screw backing out but it's rotating clockwise - either the screw has a left-handed thread (unlikely) or the shot was reversed. See more
So pizza boxes huh?
Yeah, I know, I know, you could have done better.
No, no, I couldn't have...
References Dog Day Afternoon