Written by: Sean Roche, Melanie Williams & Perry Adelman
Part 2 of 2. Carmen Sandiego has a new protégé, ex-Acme detective Lee Jordan. Lee's flamboyant ways and greed clash with Carmen's rules and he is soon pulling off heists on his own. How does Carmen stop her work in progress? Sick Zack and Ivy on him, of course.
Wonderful episode... and Carmen doesn't steal a thing. On my all time favorite list. We get to learn a couple of Carmen's rules as she tries to teach them to Lee. This episode shows Carmen is a crook with class. It has some great quotes.
I am still working on this...
We get to hear a couple of Carmen's rules as she tries to teach her new protégé, Lee Jordan.
"There are always choices... when you use your brains and not your brawn."
"The worth is in the craftsmanship. Work with me and you'll learn the same applies to the perfect heist"
"When you work with me, you do things my way."
When Carmen discusses stealing the Divine Comedy she shows Lee Adoration of the Magi [1475*; Florence, Uffizi]. Well... Carmen shows him a bit of the right corner. Botticelli is best known for The Birth of Venus [1484*; Florence, Uffizi]. Want more info on Botticelli? Why don't you C-5 to: Uffizi - Sandro Botticelli
The Sistine Hall
Zack's postcards come in quite handy in this episode. He has one of "The Sistine Hall" in the Vatican, so does Lee Jordan. Lee pastes the picture to the surveillance camera as he and Carmen Sandiego try to steal the Divine Comedy.
Tons of shots of Rome in this episode. The Vatican, Colosseum, the Castel Sant'Angelo, and others are shown. Castel Sant'Angelo was also in "Just Like Old Times". The Colosseum was also in "Labyrinth Part 3"
- Vatican City
- Break in at the Vatican Archive and Library. Lee Jordan and Carmen Sandiego attempt to steal Dante's "Divine Comedy".
- Washington, D.C., USA
- Gems from the Smithsonian Museum stolen by Lee Jordan [crime not shown].
- Athens, Greece
- The National Archeological Museum's ticket sales stolen by Lee Jordan [crime not shown].
- Geneva, Switzerland
- The National Swiss Bank robbed by Lee Jordan.
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
- Gold ingots stolen from the U.S. Mint by Lee Jordan.