Nathan accepts the case of Cora McRory, who inherited the bar where Nate's dad taught him everything about (criminal) life. It's about to be seized by loan shark Mark Doyle, from Belfast. The team sets up a 'wire' sting to win the $15,000 she needs to save the inheritance, then decides to get rid of Doyle more permanently. Written by
Did You Know?
The announcer of the basketball game refers to one of the basketball players as Arnie Risen. There is a real Arnie Risen
, who played for the Celtics in the 1950s. He was a center, and is a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. See more
When Mark Doyle shows Tara Cole his bag of cash bundles, the 100s have Ulysses S. Grant pictured and the 20s have Ben Franklin and are printed in a style not used in the 21st century. See more
[Eliot is fighting a goon next to where Parker is trying to crack a safe, much to her annoyance, and she finally lashes out and kicks the man, knocking him unconscious
Hey! I had it!
I'm trying to WORK here!