Brian hoped to become a dashing field agent, but Rebecca's superior mistrusts him and assigns him a desk job as analyst. Brian is relieved when suggested he can confide in his father using lawyer-client confidentiality, but notices the nurse is on the senator's pay-role. As the FBI investigates the apparent accidental death of an investigative reporter, Brian proves able to work out it's a crime to cover up a more elaborate plot, even if that requires throwing off his office guards and roaming about the city, and again despite a threat that would get him fired.
Did You Know?
Upon arriving to Cullen's garage, agent Harris says "He's got a '68 Stingray and a '75 (porsche) 911"
The red Porsche she is referring to (with a "8" on it) is actually a Porsche 356 Coupe built from 1948-1965, a predecessor to a 911 (1962). See more
Wassup, dude? Remember when you weren't goin' to jail five minutes ago? That was dope.
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