Nate's ex Maggie Collins is arrested as the sole suspect of the theft of a Fabergé egg, which was sold for $9,000,000 to US embassy economic liaison Alexander Lundy. The case is brought to them by Nate's archenemy Jim Sterling, because the egg was insured with his firm IS. The team soon works out Alexander plays a dirty part in the game, but scary surprises follow for them, Sterling and Lundy. Written by
Did You Know?
The name of the rich good-looking businessman who could also be a thief - Alexander Lundy - is a reference to the character Alexander Mundy (played by Robert Wagner
), from the TV show It Takes a Thief
(1968). See more
When Sterling and Eliot are fighting in the bar, there are two takes of the scene where Sterling hits Eliot twice with the telescopic baton, taken from slightly different camera angles. They are both shown - the first one is shown, then there is a cut to Nate and Tara, and then the other take is shown. You can tell that they are two different takes by watching the woman in the background. See more
Two weeks in Tokyo. We'd have a great time.
What are we stealing?
We don't steal anything. We'd be tourists.
Not following you.