Molly faces pressure to close the case, while Lester starts to feel like a new man.
Did You Know?
The title refers to the sorites paradox, also known as "paradox of the heap". A typical formulation of this paradox involves a heap of sand, from which grains are individually removed. Under the assumption that removing a single grain does not turn a heap into a non-heap, the paradox is to consider what happens when the process is repeated enough times: is a single remaining grain still a heap? (Or are even no grains at all a heap?) If not, when did it change from a heap to a non-heap? This paradox is referenced by Bill Budge when questioning if the file room is still a file room if you keep removing files from it. See more
Peele is listed as "FBI Agent Budge", Key as "Agent Pepper". But in the elevator, Key refers to Peele as "Agent Pepper". You can see Peele visibly wince, but he then follows on by referring to "myself and agent Budge." See more
I am gonna bust your balls.
Now, Mrs. Hess, what can I do for you?
Don't you "Mrs. Hess" me. I was picking your pubes out of my teeth 12 hours ago, and then I get this?
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