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  • 2004

    • January

      • January 1, 2004
        • Birthdate of Jennifer M. Weich, tracked outside Soldier Field following the Unity Rally bombing by the police's implant recognition program.

      • January 11, 2004
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Lana evasive about her relationship with Clark." (Season 3 episode Obsession)

      • January 16, 2004
        • Date of call previously traced by the FBI, visible on the tracking software computer screen when the FBI attempts to trace the call Ian makes to Ben.

      • January 17, 2004
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Clark is at the scene of another accident." (Season 3 episode Obsession)

      • January 22, 2004
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Lana seems to be growing closer now that I am not being over aggressive." (Season 3 episode Obsession)

      • January 24, 2004
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Clark somehow is always near whenever me and Lana are together. This seems to bother Lana." (Season 3 episode Obsession)

      • January 25, 2004
        • Professional contract killer Vincent holds taxi driver Max hostage as he kills various individuals throughout the Los Angeles area.

      • January 26, 2004
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark. (Season 3 episode Obsession)

    • February

      • February 2, 2004
        • Date of call previously traced by the FBI, visible on the tracking software computer screen when the FBI attempts to trace the call Ian makes to Ben.
        • Walter Sparrow tracks down the supposed author of The Number 23. When confronted, the mysterious man kills himself, leading to the devastating revelation of the true identity of the book's author.

      • February 10, 2004
        • When Walter Sparrow visits Kyle Flinch in prison, the man accused of murdering Laura Tollins, Kyle tells him he's two days early, because reporters always come on the 10th - the anniversary of Laura's death.

      • February 11, 2004
        • Joel visits Clementine at work to give her an early Valentine's Day present, where she acts like she doesn't know him. When he tells his friends, they show him a card they received from Lacuna Inc., informing them that Clementine has had Joel erased from her memories.
        • Date that Evo Nicole Lane was last seen in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 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)

      • February 14, 2004
        • Joel skips work and takes a train out to Montauk, where he meets Clementine - again. Joel: Random thoughts on Valentine's Day, 2004 - Today is a holiday created by greeting card companies to make people feel like crap.
        • Jorge Castillo arrested at 1290 Seaside, as noted on Miami Metro Police Department Arrest Report that Dexter reviews. (Season 1 episode Love American Style)
        • Offense Date for "Burg/Dwell/Occup.Convey" 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)
        • The variant bombs the Sacred Timeline, hitting various dates and locations, including Asgard on February 16, 2004. (Season 1 episode The Variant)

      • March 9, 2004
        • Date of call previously traced by the FBI, visible on the tracking software computer screen when the FBI attempts to trace the call Ian makes to Ben.

      • March 13, 2004
        • Transaction Date on North National Atlantic Bank statement 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)

      • March 14, 2004
        • Transaction Date on North National Atlantic Bank statement 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)

      • March 16, 2004
        • 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)
        • Transaction Date on North National Atlantic Bank statement 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)

      • March 17, 2004
        • Transaction Date on North National Atlantic Bank statement 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)

      • March 18, 2004
        • Transaction Date on North National Atlantic Bank statement 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)

      • March 19, 2004
        • Transaction Date on North National Atlantic Bank statement 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)
        • Mick Norton arrested, friend of the nephew of the owner of the car that's been following machine number Tommy Clay's Grayling Armored Services truck. (Season 1 episode Matsya Nyaya)

      • March 20, 2004
        • Statement Closing Date on North National Atlantic Bank statement 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)

      • March 24, 2004
        • Amanda Young shows Dr. Lynn Denlon the Angel of Mercy Medical Hospital Report that Dr. Lawrence Gordon wrote on 3/24/04 about John Kramer's inoperable frontal-lobe tumor. The Hospital Records Oncology Ward date is 05/01/04.

      • March 25, 2004
        • Statement Date on North National Atlantic Bank statement 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)

      • March 27, 2004
        • Date of call previously traced by the FBI, visible on the tracking software computer screen when the FBI attempts to trace the call Ian makes to Ben.

      • March 31, 2004
        • Date of Injury and Death on the Medical Examiner's Report of Findings on Fred Whalen's death, which Mike reviews while investigating Fred Whalen's unsolved murder. (Season 5 episode Wexler vs. Goodman)

    • April

      • April 1, 2004
        • Date of call previously traced by the FBI, visible on the tracking software computer screen when the FBI attempts to trace the call Ian makes to Ben.

      • April 2, 2004
        • Date report issued on the Medical Examiner's Report of Findings on Fred Whalen's death, which Mike reviews while investigating Fred Whalen's unsolved murder. (Season 5 episode Wexler vs. Goodman)

      • April 15, 2004
        • 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 21, 2004
        • New record added 11/25/2022
        • Date of violation for Violation of Visa on murder suspect Viktor Baskov’s police record. (Season 7 episode Are You…?)
        • Amanda Young shows Dr. Lynn Denlon the Angel of Mercy Medical Hospital Report that Dr. Lawrence Gordon wrote on 3/24/04 about John Kramer's inoperable frontal-lobe tumor. The Hospital Records Oncology Ward date is 05/01/04.

      • May 14, 2004
        • Date of call previously traced by the FBI, visible on the tracking software computer screen when the FBI attempts to trace the call Ian makes to Ben.

      • May 15, 2004
        • Detectives arrest Frank Kingston, leader of the 16th Street Gang. Thanks to the testimony of the confidential informant, Kingston served 16 years. He just got out last month. (Season 7 episode Ransom)

      • May 18, 2004
        • Existential detectives Bernard and Vivian Jaffe play a recording for Brad of him telling his Shania Twain mayo story at a sales meeting on May 18th.

    • June

      • June 4, 2004
        • Date of inquiry from Credit Lendor International on machine number and lawyer Andrea Gutierrez's Equian Union Credit Agency credit report. (Season 1 episode Legacy)

      • June 5, 2004
        • Existential detectives Bernard and Vivian Jaffe play a recording for Brad of him telling his Shania Twain mayo story on the driving range on June 5th.

      • June 18, 2004
        • FBI profiler Illeana Scott summoned to help investigate a body found at a construction site. Detectives expect her at the station, but she heads straight to the crime scene. James McKeen Costa interrupts Martin Asher killing a man outside of a health club.

      • June 19, 2004
        • Police interview murder witness James McKeen Costa. Agent Scott also interviews him. Costa sketches a picture of the suspect.

      • June 21, 2004
        • Agent Scott interviews Martin Asher's mother. According to James McKeen Costa, the rep for potential buyer Clark W. Edwards calls him to set up a meeting for drinks on June 23. Could be a really big client.
        • 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)

      • June 22, 2004
        • James McKeen Costa calls the police when someone breaks into his gallery. All that's missing is an organizer and a business checkbook.

      • June 23, 2004
        • James McKeen Costa's calendar: There's a yellow sticky note for drinks with potential buyer Clark W. Edwards at Les Frères. Police request he attend the meeting, wearing a wire. When the buyer does not show up, police assume they have been made.

      • June 24, 2004
        • Date of call previously traced by the FBI, visible on the tracking software computer screen when the FBI attempts to trace the call Ian makes to Ben.
        • Martin Asher kidnaps James McKeen Costa, then dies in the ensuing car accident. The case is closed. Costa and Agent Scott have sex.

      • June 25, 2004
        • Martin Asher's mother is brought in to identify Martin's remains - it is not her son. Costa reveals himself to her, killing her in the elevator. He is still cutting off her head when Agent Scott finds him. Asher escapes.

      • June 27, 2004
        • Issued Date on Kyle Morrison's New York State driver license - Tara Verlander's previous victim that has been serving time in jail. (Season 1 episode Identity Crisis)

      • June 30, 2004
        • Existential detectives Bernard and Vivian Jaffe play a recording for Brad of him telling his Shania Twain mayo story at the lake on June 30th.
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