In St. Patrick's Day, while all the city turns green with celebration, the team faces two corpses drenched in red. They'll lead them to discover a big secret about the gold making operation that could prove deadly for Reed's friend who saw the crime and was about to expose the secret. Written by
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It has been established that at least two characters, Donald and Adam, have some knowledge of the Irish language, and of them at least Donald should be rather fluent. When Donald arrests a guy towards the end of the show, he says "Éirinn go Brágh", which means "Ireland forever". However he seems to use the anglicized approximation "Erin go braugh" and he says "go" like it is said in English. A person who has done his Irish homework would pronounce it approximately like omitting the T from English "got", rather than omitting the S from "goes". See more
Hey, Mac. I've got something for you.
[holds out a menu
Detective Mac Taylor
I memorized the take-out menu ten years ago, Phil.
Read the back. The pretty brunette you were talking to in here last night, she asked me if I'd give it to you next time you were in.
Dear number thirty-nine. I just wanted to say thank you. I had a really long day. Actually, I've had a few months worth of them, to be honest. So when I came into the deli, I was thinking hard about leaving Manhattan. But then I told myself if at ...
References The Fugitive