Nate outwitted Sterling and got slapped across the face (typical histrionic brunette) and a ticket to the "Rockford" Private Correctional Facility. A kielbasa of peace is extended ...but the team is still angry at Nate for refusing to be part of his exfil. Nate finds them a new client inside: Billy Epping (Edwin Hodge.) Private prisons are like hotels; they live and die on occupancy. The prison owner CEO, Adam Worth IV, is stocked with low security inmates. As the team runs their con on Worth, Nate senses bribery and a fine Italian hand in the con's background. Worth is a corrupt millionaire and Nate stings corrupt millionaires---Nate wondered if the convenient "pairing" was an accident. The Italian hand comes with the world's worst accent ...and mustache. Since it is the return to bad accents and brunettes, it is no surprise the episode was directed by himself. Lt. Pat Bonanno, still recovering from his wounds, is the big hero. Written by
Did You Know?
Billy Epping is played by Edwin Hodge who is Aldis Hodge's (Hardison's) brother. See more
Characters repeatedly speak of a far harsher prison in Salem. The only correctional facility in Salem, Massachusetts was the Essex County Jail at the corner of Bridge and St. Peter Streets, which was closed in the late 1980s and is currently the Great Escape restaurant. See more
What kind of world would it be if everyone who committed a silly little crime went to prison? Complete madness!