A former prison warden enlists the help of Walter to find a bullet that could prove the innocence of a death row inmate just days before his execution. Meanwhile, FBI psychologist - and Jeffersonian team member - Dr. Lance Sweets evaluates Walter's competency to consult on federal cases. In the process, Sweets begins to understand Walter's intangible gift and motivation to find the unfindable. Also, Willa attends a beach party and gets herself into trouble.
Did You Know?
At their first meeting, Leo Knox tells Eddie Ross, "If you lied to us, I'll bring you back to life so they can electrocute you again." Mitch Pileggi
starred in Wes Craven's 1989 horror film Shocker
(1989) as a man who comes back to life after being executed in the electric chair. See more
Walter finds one of two missing bullets after concluding that he (and his client) had incorrectly guessed the location of the shooter because of an echo, substantially changing the bullet's trajectory (in fact, nearly reversing its direction). However, he operates for the rest of the investigation seeking the second bullet on the (correct) belief that his client successfully hit the shooter. If his client was so incorrect in his guess as to the shooter's position as to so substantially change the trajectory of the bullet, there should be no way that he could accurately hit a moving target, at night, with a pistol, within three seconds as stated. See more
Say "Edible oil air sucks cheese sub product."
Dr. Lance Sweets
[Walter takes Sweets's picture
Stuck in the Middle
Written by Joe Egan
and Gerry Rafferty
Performed by Stealers Wheel See more