Smith/Pilot

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Pilot
Season 1, Episode 1
Airdate September 19, 2006
Written by John Wells
Directed by Christopher Chulack
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Pilot is the first episode of the first season of Smith, and the first episode overall. Bobby calls the team together to steal some art from a Pittsburgh museum but the heist does not go according to plan. Hope begins to suspect what her husband is up to, and Agent Dodd begins tracking Bobby's crew.

Additional Stars: Mike Doyle (Shawn), Michelle Hurd (Agent Lowry)

Guest Stars: Steven Eckholdt (Steve), Shaun Toub (Jerry), Michael Hyatt (Lauper), Valarie Rae Miller (Macy), Valerie Azlynn (Cindy), Mia Wesley (Julie)

Co-Stars: Jeff Hochendoner (Security Guard), Michael Aubele (2nd Guard), Frank Noon (3rd Guard), K'Sun Ray (Jason), Tatum McCann (Emily), Susan Krebs (Judy), Rachel Montez Collins (Dancer), Trinity Amalfitano (Dancer #2), Gayle Brown (Dancer #3), Penelope Windust (Dental Receptionist), Wayne Lopez (Man), Tom Knickerbocker (Kerwin), Maria Dizzia (Nancy), Jason McCune (Cop), Candace Kita (Stewardess), Sammy Maloof (Body Shop Worker), Ronald Jenkins (4th Guard), Teresa Herrera (Another Stewardess), Kainoa McGee (Surfer), Melvin Puu (2nd Surfer)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

  • This episode has a running time of 58 minutes and ran nearly commercial free thanks to a sponsorship deal with the Warner Bros. motion picture The Departed. [1]
  • This episode was available for free on Google Video from September 13, 2006 through September 17, 2006. [2]
  • The fictional Tanner Museum was originally supposed to be located in Chicago due to Wells' production company's experience shooting there for ER, but the Art Institute was resistant to shooting and the logistics didn't work as well, so they moved the location to Pittsburgh. The Mellon Institute was used for the exterior of the museum and a gallery at the Carnegie Museum was used for some interiors. [3]

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes

  • Agent Dodd: Okay, let's open a file, we've got one unknown, Smith.
    Agent Lowry: Only one?
    Dodd: He had help. But whoever planned this, that's the one we want.

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