Baseball star pitcher Frank Haywood hires Walter to retrieve his stolen sports bag. Walter, who only accepted as a favor to Deputy U.S. Marshal Isabel Zambada, senses the crucial item isn't... See full summary »

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Baseball star pitcher Frank Haywood hires Walter to retrieve his stolen sports bag. Walter, who only accepted as a favor to Deputy U.S. Marshal Isabel Zambada, senses the crucial item isn't even on the content list, nor of monetary value, but embarrassingly superstitious. Setting out for the prized trinket, he seeks suspects and motives among rivals and gamblers, braving the grim, unrelated Twins and an illegal betting club. Written by KGF Vissers

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The song that Willow plays on the jukebox near the end is "Blues by Five" from the album "Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet" (1957). See more »

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Walter Sherman: I'm sorry. I just don't see the resemblance at all.
Bobby the Twin: Just because we're twins doesn't mean we're related, idiot!
Tyson the Twin: We both are twins - just not with each other.
Walter Sherman: All right, well, where are your brothers?
Bobby the Twin: You mean my *sister*?
Walter Sherman: You know what? Just stab me. I can't talk about this anymore.
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References American Idol (2002) See more »

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Jello Cup
Written by Tasha Schumann, Michael Akinlabi, and Daniel Hartrell
Performed by Candy Coated Killahz
Published by Songs of MapleMusic Publishing
Courtesy of MapleMusic Recordings
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The Finder Looks For Luck
3 February 2012 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

In this installment of ''The Finder'' we see Walter looking for a pair of socks that are lucky to a famous baseball player.

I really enjoyed this episode which had some of the funniest moments in the series so far.For example Walter and Leo encounter a duo known as ''The Twins'' who don't look anything like that.I also feel that this could be the episode where Willa starts to help a little more and actually contributing to the finding.Also this episode should get a mention of the fantasy scene which was well presented.

Overall I give this a 9/10, for it's quirky moments and a good plot line P.S: the scene where Walter tries to bring Leo into a discussion and Leo smoothly leaves Walter to get punched.


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