The daughter of a homeless man, David Schaeval, hires the team when he dies as result of a college experiment gone awry and she cannot get law enforcement to investigate. Hardison goes to Harvard (it ain't Holyoke, brother) and Eliot joins the killer college PTSD experiment. Hardison is rushed by the Dustmen, Order of the 206, secret society and feeder fraternity of alphabet spooks. Mr. Conrad is a top CIA agent who insulates students like Travis Zilgram, who is running the Psych. PTSD experiment for CIA. Do they cure or cause PTSD by combining sleep deprivation, loud music and cold air? Nate is 'game' to teach Prisoner's Dilemma (PD); but Travis is a know-it-all. Eliot turns the tables on his professional interrogator. Sophie and a member of Boston's finest demonstrate a working model of PD with Travis as Conrad watches with Nate.
Did You Know?
Around 22:25, on the wall in Eliot's cell are the words "Let me go." This most likely references the fact that Christian Kane sings a version of a song called "Let Me Go". See more
When the guard uses the stun gun on Eliot, Eliot first grabs the front end of the stun gun. When the view changes, he is holding the guards hand. See more
I'm getting some weird feedback. It's like a - like a whumpa-whumpa.
Wait. What do you mean? What kind of whumpa-whumpa?
I mean, how many kinds are there?
There's seven of them.
References Aqua Teen Hunger Force