Reese and Finch head to Atlantic City for their next number, that belonging to Lou Mitchell, an irascible, widowed and retired watch repairman, who, like many of his age, has a small electronic footprint, meaning that Reese and Finch will have to use other means than electronic to follow him. In viewing Lou's activities, Reese sees a man living on a fixed income but who is constantly at the casino and constantly losing, over the past few months in the order of several hundred thousand. But Reese also sees some visual signs that he may have been involved with the mob in his younger days. But in following Lou's movements, Reese and Finch see that Lou is not alone in his goings-on although he does not acknowledge those others, who are all seniors like himself, and they don't acknowledge Lou or any of the others. When Reese and Finch learn what Lou is up to and why his number came up, they want to intervene through the casino to prevent the incident involving Lou from happening, but ...
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After Finch starts explaining Baccarat to Reese, Reese replies, "Please Finch, I was an international spy. I know how to play Baccarat." This is a nod to James Bond's favorite casino game. See more
Simmons receives a call on his cell from an unknown number and when the smartphone screen is shown, it has a "slide to answer" bar, similar to an iPhone. When the view switches back to him answering the call, it shows him pressing a button and a beep sound is heard, similar to that of an older style cell phone. See more
I made a promise, Harold. To Marilyn, right before she passed. She grabbed my arm. She knew what I was thinking. That - that maybe I'd, you know, join her. And she told me she didn't save my life, so I could throw it away.
And you haven't.
Laundering drug money? That's a living? And now to just run away? No. No, I'm taking back every dime I put in his pocket. Please. I don't want to die a loser.
Very well. Then if we're gonna do this, we're gonna do it right. I think you can take Makris for ...
Written by Frederick Edward Weatherly
Whistled by Ron McLarty See more