Michelle is surprised by the sudden arrival of her brother JT who, it turns out, is now a private but needs help since he isn't licensed in D.C. He's working for Elroy Culpepper who has hired him him to check up on Tommy Smith, someone his daughter Claire met on the Internet. They trace him to a cheap motel and search his room where they find he has ID cards in several different names. One of the IDs is for St. Bartholomew's hospital in Baltimore, a lock-down facility for the criminally insane. They learn he tried to gain access a few days before but was unsuccessful. When Claire shows up they try to convince her that Tommy is a con man but she isn't buying it. Turns out she's right and her boyfriend has a good reason for having a false identity. Written by
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Benny tells Sean that a suspect's date of birth does not match his Social Security Number. Unlike the current practice of Enumeration-At-Birth, where the hospital automatically applies for a newborn's S.S.N., hospitals did not do this in the 1970s. At that time people only applied for SSNs when there was an actual need for one, such as applying for a driver's license or for a job the first time. Congress did not enact the Enumeration-At-Birth requirement until the late 1980s, therefore Benny's theory would not have worked. See more
Hey, so what's the story behind "Little Mick"?
Well, after 4 boys our parents were convinced that they were gonna have another one. So, they want to name her Mick after my grandfather
Michelle was the closest variation?
My dad didn't care she was a girl; he wrote "Mick" right down on the birth certificate. My mom changed the "k" to an "h", but it stuck
References The Fugitive