I don't think I knew that. Much better than a deus ex machina. "I said he should be hauled away as garbage." POW! Interesting how the customary climactic battle has been replaced with a long and elaborate chase. It's on the other side of the dimensional rift where the dinosaurs and cavemen are. I'd go with the feminine wiles. That was a cute scene. It has to do with the dimensional rift and closed time-like curves in Lorentzian Space. For the remainder of the episode, at least. I suppose we could say that it was sent to a designated office and then delivered to the train via one of those hooky things by the side of the tracks. Did Robert Conrad write this one? We're going to have to appoint a committee to sort this one out. Speaking of "The Most Dangerous Game." Presumably his high horse. That's kind of a cool ending. Good episode overall. Where's Corporal Keurig when you need him? Good thing they're so easily discouraged. These low agent numbers make me think they're parodying Charlie Chan's sons, but it's kind of an awkward fit. Sam on Quincy. Well, he tries, at least.