Neal's girlfriend Sara Ellis is among the victims of bank hacking. It's apparently as good as claimed by the legendary Vulture, Mozzie's virtual hero. Posing as him, Neal sets a trap, but their prime suspect is actually shot at by the real hacker, who proves elusive even once identified.
Did You Know?
At the end of the episode, when Sarah Ellis opens up Neal's lap top, before the password screen pops up, the screen is set to the cello and bass orchestral part to the Overture to Mozart's Marriage of Figaro. See more
Mozzie refers to "RIFD" chips in cereal boxes. The abbreviation for radio-frequency identification is actually "RFID." See more
References Supermarket Sweep
Claire De Lune
Written by Claude Debussy See more