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  • 2002

      • January 3, 2002
        • Date of one of the deposits into Jamey Farrell's mother Erica Vasquez's bank account, adding up to $300,000. (Season 1 episode 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM)

      • January 5, 2002
        • Date of one of the files containing notes on one of her patients that Dexter discovers on Dr. Evelyn Vogel's computer. (Season 8 episode Scar Tissue)

      • January 14, 2002
        • Two months before the assassination attempt on presidential candidate Senator David Palmer, Jack and Nina spend the weekend in Santa Barbara. Back in Los Angeles, a CTU agent uses Nina's computer to format a key card with confidential information. (Season 1 episode 2:00 AM - 3:00 AM)
        • Sentence Date for "Asslt/D-Weap/Com-Fel" listed in the ARREST/CHARGE INFORMATION section of the Florida Criminal Database profile for Jose Garza, the drug dealer that purchased cocaine from Santos Jimenez, but never received the merchandise because Dexter killed Jimenez. (Season 2 episode There's Something About Harry)

      • January 19, 2002
        • Buffy Summers' 21st birthday. All of the participants of Buffy's birthday party gets trapped inside the Summers residence by Dawn's wish to Halfrek. (Season 6 episode Older and Far Away)

    • February

      • February 5, 2002
        • Date of one of the deposits into Jamey Farrell's mother Erica Vasquez's bank account, adding up to $300,000. (Season 1 episode 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM)

      • February 7, 2002
        • Birthdate of George P. Davies, tracked outside Soldier Field following the Unity Rally bombing by the police's implant recognition program.
        • Birthdate of Dan C. Baker and Erika S. Powell, tracked outside Soldier Field following the Unity Rally bombing by the police's implant recognition program.

      • March 17, 2002
        • According to the note taken by nut job Lenny Asher, the guy that lived next door to drug dealer and Bay Harbor Butcher victim Anthony Rodrigo: "Airplane flying too low." (Season 2 episode Morning Comes)

      • March 19, 2002
        • Offense Date for "Narcotics/Manu/Dist" listed in the ARREST/CHARGE INFORMATION section of the Florida Criminal Database profile for Jose Garza, the drug dealer that purchased cocaine from Santos Jimenez, but never received the merchandise because Dexter killed Jimenez. (Season 2 episode There's Something About Harry)

    • April

      • April 10, 2002
        • Future 4400 returnee and leader Jordan Collier disappears. He later develops the ability to neutralize Promicin. (Season 1 episode Becoming)

      • April 12, 2002
        • New York drug dealer Charlie Lewis arrested - four days before drug dealer and Bay Harbor Butcher victim Anthony Rodrigo was seen being carried into the car registered to Lewis. Apparently the car had been confiscated and was being held at Miami Metro - proof that the Bay Harbor Butcher was one of their own. (Season 2 episode Morning Comes)
        • According to Dwight, the date that Dwight's biggest client - Daniel Schofield of Harper Collins, also referred to as The Whale - tried to switch paper providers for an obscure sociology textbook, but was hung out to dry when the price of glossy stock increased. Schofield called Dunder Mifflin, and his order was filled within an hour. According to Michael, the last day that Schofield evaluated his paper needs. (Season 5 episode Heavy Competition)

      • April 15, 2002
        • Date of drug dealer and Bay Harbor Butcher victim Anthony Rodrigo's trial. Deb mentions that he was last seen alive the day after his trial. (Season 2 episode Morning Comes)
        • Bishop Public Library librarian Barbara Russell receives a copy of Flowers for Algernon in the mail. When Reese and Detective Carter search her house, they find 16 copies of Flowers for Algernon hidden in her bedroom, the book that machine number and missing girl Hanna Frey checked out the night she disappeared. According to Barbara, she has received one every year on the same date every year since Hanna's disappearance. (Season 2 episode Bad Code)

      • April 16, 2002
        • Day after drug dealer and Bay Harbor Butcher victim Anthony Rodrigo's trial. Deb mentions that this is the last day he was seen alive. According to the note taken by nut job Lenny Asher, the guy that lived next door to him: "Rodrigo gets into car parked in wrong space. Must be drunk because someone is carrying him." (Season 2 episode Morning Comes)

      • May 18, 2002
        • Meilin and her friends initially believe their favorite band 4Town is coming to Toronto on May 18th, but Abby got the date wrong. The actual concert is on May 25th, when the band will perform at the SkyDome under a red lunar eclipse. This is the same night as Meilin's red panda ritual.

      • May 25, 2002
        • Meilin and her friends initially believe their favorite band 4Town is coming to Toronto on May 18th, but Abby got the date wrong. The actual concert is on May 25th, when the band will perform at the SkyDome under a red lunar eclipse. This is the same night as Meilin's red panda ritual.

    • June

      • June 1, 2002
        • According to the note taken by nut job Lenny Asher, the guy that lived next door to drug dealer and Bay Harbor Butcher victim Anthony Rodrigo: "Mrs. Holcomb takes out trash, drops soda bottle, doesn't pick it up." (Season 2 episode Morning Comes)

      • June 10, 2002
        • Date of flashback in which Finch shows colleague Nathan Ingram an early version of the Machine with the basic prospect of watching over New York City. (Season 1 episode Ghosts)

    • July

      • July 4, 2002
        • Abed: That might be your car, Jeff. I was on my roof for the 4th of July, and the fireworks set off all the car alarms on the street. That one sounded like a brand-new Lexus.
          Jeff: My Legs isn't new.
          Abed: I know. Yours is a 2002. That's the year I heard it.
          (Season 1 episode English as a Second Language)

    • August

    • September

      • September 1, 2002
        • Date Reported Since for the National Loan account on machine number and lawyer Andrea Gutierrez's Equian Union Credit Agency credit report. (Season 1 episode Legacy)

      • September 7, 2002
        • Date of one of the files containing notes on one of her patients that Dexter discovers on Dr. Evelyn Vogel's computer. (Season 8 episode Scar Tissue)

      • September 14, 2002
        • Date of violation for disturbing the peace on Nikolai Ondrejko’s Driving Record History - the person whose file comes up when Bruce Wayne submits Selina Kyle’s fingerprints.

      • September 23, 2002
        • Jill Valentine was suspended from the police force on September 23rd, reported in several local Raccoon City newspapers, including The Raccoon City Times: S.T.A.R.S. Cop Jill Valentine Disgraced, The Raccoon Dispatch: S.T.A.R.S. Star Suspended, and The Raccoon Tribune: S.T.A.R.S. Officers Under Suspension.

      • September 29, 2002
        • Release Date for an album called Cinder on TuneThief, the illegal music sharing software that FBI Special Agent Jennifer Marsh investigates.

    • October

      • October 10, 2002
        • Sentence Date for "Narcotics/Manu/Dist" listed in the ARREST/CHARGE INFORMATION section of the Florida Criminal Database profile for Jose Garza, the drug dealer that purchased cocaine from Santos Jimenez, but never received the merchandise because Dexter killed Jimenez. (Season 2 episode There's Something About Harry)
        • New record added 11/25/2022
        • Date of violation for Illegal Transport on murder suspect Viktor Baskov’s police record. (Season 7 episode Are You…?)

      • October 31, 2002
        • May dresses in a homemade costume resembling her doll Suzie, slits Polly's throat with a pair of surgical scalpels, stabs Ambrosia in the temples, and then murders Adam and his new girlfriend at his house with scalpels.

    • November

      • November 2, 2002
        • Date that Evo Oscar Gutierrez was last seen in Los Angeles, California, according to the list of "Individuals Absent from the Odessa Summit” document that Noah Bennet finds in the old Primatech headquarters building in Odessa. (Episode Odessa)
        • Five disappears attempting to travel thorough space and time. Source: shortly before Five finally returns on March 24th, 2019, Pogo tells Vanya that he's been gone 16 years, 4 months and 14 days. Reginald Hargreeves insisted he keep track. (Season 1 episode We Only See Each Other at Weddings and Funerals)

      • November 18, 2002
        • Date of gas station receipt shown when Finch explains to Nathan Ingram why the machine picked Kurzeil's number - a dedicated DIA officer arranging to sell Uranium to Iran, from the 2005 flashback. (Season 1 episode Super)

    • December

      • December 2, 2002
        • Birthdate of Ashley C. Gancitano, tracked outside Soldier Field following the Unity Rally bombing by the police's implant recognition program.

      • December 29, 2002
        • Offense Date for "Asslt/D-Weap/Com-Fel" listed in the ARREST/CHARGE INFORMATION section of the Florida Criminal Database profile for Jose Garza, the drug dealer that purchased cocaine from Santos Jimenez, but never received the merchandise because Dexter killed Jimenez. (Season 2 episode There's Something About Harry)

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