Cultural References

Bad Company (Music)

"I got me a book and a Bad Company album. Take all the time you need."

The thriller by conservative talk show host Bill O'Reilly is a sordid tale of murder, lust, and betrayal. Keith uses a hollowed copy of the book to hide the interrogation tapes he steals from the sheriff's department, hoping to hear sordid details about the murder, betrayal, and possibly lust that surrounded the bus crash.

The prolific rock and roll musicians Bad Company have been around since the '70s, back when Keith was cool. While infiltrating the sheriff's department's security system, does Keith pretend to listen to their self-titled debut album from 1974, or is 2002's "Merchants of Cool" more his style? Both titles are perfect descriptions of this cool badass.

2.12 "Rashard & Wallace Go To White Castle"
Who's Who bio: Bad Company

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