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Toxin is the ninth episode of the second season. It was released on 25 November 2005. When lives are lost and more are threatened by product tampering, Don Eppes and his team must head up into the hills to talk to a man with the community, though not the law, on his side, and no reason to be helpful. They run into Ian Edgerton, who has a mission of his own, which happens to dove-tail.

TitleEdit

  • A poisonous substance produced within living cells or organisms. Etymologically, this derives from the Ancient Greek 'tokson' meaning 'bow' (as in archery), the favored way to deliver a poison in battle.

TriviaEdit

The plant shown in the last scene is *not* a pot plant but a Schefflera or Umbrella Tree.

At the end of this episode, Allen Charlie Don and Larry are having a discussion in the living room area and it appears to be a pot plant over Alan's right shoulder.

GoofsEdit

As Megan and Larry are walking down the hallway, she shifts some of the papers she is holding so that they are perpendicular to the rest of the papers. When she is shown from the front they are all lined up, but when she is shown from behind again, they are offset.

Around 20m, we see that Larry's FBI pass says, "Escort required" and yet he had no escort when he approached Special Agent Reeves.

The rifle scopes used by Agent Edgerton and Yardly would be useless if used in real life. Both scopes lack any sort of central reticule for aiming, and neither scope has any sort of rangefinding capability- which is absolutely essential for precision shooting.

Crazy CreditsEdit

[This appears on the beginning of the episode] 375,000 Medications 675 Billion Dollars 4 Drugs 1 Manifesto

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