Nate Osbourne is living his romantic dream of Bonnie and Clyde adventure with his bride, for whom he steals outrageous presents. In the case of a moonstone from the natural history museum, that leads to taking hostage visitor Elisabeth and Peter who loses his nerves in the case. Neal pleads with the FBI against a SWAT intervention, as he knows how a clever crook thinks and can be persuaded. Written by
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The perfume that is stolen by Oz and Penny, was once Marie Antoinette's. She was the wife of king Louis XVI of France. Marie was from Austria, and hated among the people. The story goes that, when she was informed about the people's complaint about lack of food, she said: "Then let them eat cake." The story is probably not true, but it is referred to a couple of times in the episode. See more
When Elizabeth is holding a newspaper which is given by penny chase, the newspaper shows "Tuesday, August 22, 2010" actually it was Sunday on August 22, 2010 See more
[Neal is picking up Satchmo to dog-sit
Wait, the suit actually gave you access to his house?
Unwise. We should teach him a lesson. I'm thinking micro-cam in a lampshade. He'll find it, of course, but that's the point.
We're picking up Satchmo and we're leaving, all right?
Fine. I don't see why you'd want to pass up a prime opportunity such as this, but whatever. Whoa! Seriously? Boxed wine? We got to get out of here.
References Pulp Fiction