When Nate accepts to 'steal back' Nazi-confiscated art, Sophie is nearly killed by a bomb, so they stage her 'funeral' and identify it's the work of a rival, non-reformed mastermind's team. Only he constitutes one for every big job and this one must have been a 'test-drive'. Nevertheless, the battle of robbery skills and wits for a van Gogh proves closer-matched than ever before. Written by
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When Nate and Sophie are masquerading as two police detectives, they introduce themselves as Marlowe and Archer. These are the last names of two well known fictional detectives, Raymond Chandler's Phillip Marlowe and Ross MacDonald's Lew Archer. See more
Gina Bellman's character is buried under the name of Katherine, but the tombstone reads "Sophie Devereaux". During the burial scene, the stone did bear the name "Katherine Clive", the same name as on the "Sound of Music" placard in Episode #2.1, which is displayed in the background. The name change in the final scene may not be an error, but a deliberate action by the character, symbolizing the "death" of her alias. See more
You were scared to fight a girl.
She'd mop the floor with you, Hardison
I don't care.
Seriously, she actually killed a guy once with a mop. It's a funny story, actually. She broke the mop and took...
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Written by Andrew Garrett Lange
Performed by Andrew Garrett Lange See more