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  • 2006

    • January

      • January 1, 2006
        • Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. Gil spends New Year's Day on the couch watching the Rose Parade, featuring a marching band from Altoona, Pennsylvania, playing "Rachel's Theme” from Batman Begins. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)

      • January 8, 2006
        • Day 1. Tom sees Summer Finn for the first time in a business meeting when she starts working at greeting card company New Hampshire Greetings.

      • January 11, 2006
        • Day 3. Tom discusses the new girl named Summer with friend and co-worker McKenzie, who tells him she may be hot, but apparently she’s a stuck up bitch.

      • January 12, 2006
        • Chloe investigates Jonathan’s KansCom call records from the week he die, finding several calls from Lionel Luthor. (Season 5 episode Oracle)
        • 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 13, 2006
        • Chloe investigates Jonathan’s KansCom call records from the week he die, finding several calls from Lionel Luthor. (Season 5 episode Oracle)

      • January 14, 2006
        • Chloe investigates Jonathan’s KansCom call records from the week he die, finding several calls from Lionel Luthor. (Season 5 episode Oracle)

      • January 15, 2006
        • Chloe investigates Jonathan’s KansCom call records from the week he die, finding several calls from Lionel Luthor. (Season 5 episode Oracle)

      • January 16, 2006
        • MLK Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. Homer and Marge argue over letting him stay or kicking him out. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)
        • Amy's journal entry, visible when the police peruse Amy's journal after retrieving it from the furnace in Nick's father's house. "So I finally shared my big secret with Nick. It was time."

      • January 17, 2006
        • Chloe investigates Jonathan’s KansCom call records from the week he die, finding several calls from Lionel Luthor. (Season 5 episode Oracle)

    • February

      • February 1, 2006
        • Kyle Pratt searches for her missing daughter Julia onboard a double decked jet over the Atlantic Ocean, despite the crew not believing she was ever there.

      • February 2, 2006
        • Groundhog Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)
        • Day 34. Tom and Summer play house at IKEA - pretend watching American Idol, having bald eagle for dinner, then going to bed - until they are interrupted by a Chinese family in their bathroom. Afterwards they go back to his place and have sex for the first time.

      • February 12, 2006
        • When Mrs. Krabappel hits on Willy when he's G.K. Willington, he tells her, "I'd be happy to dine with you on the 12th." In his datebook, he writes "Boink slut" (Season 17 episode My Fair Laddy)

      • February 14, 2006
        • Valentine's Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. Marge rents that negligee that Homer likes, but their alone time is interrupted by Gil, eating the heart-shaped box of chocolates that Homer bought for Marge. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)

      • February 15, 2006
        • Susan B. Anthony Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)

      • February 17, 2006
        • World Human Spirit Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)

      • February 26, 2006
        • On March 2, Doug Carlin and the Snow White team use the time window to observe Claire Kuchever on February 26, first in her apartment, then later that evening while she's out at the Palace restaurant, where she receives a phone call from the bomber about buying her Ford Bronco.

      • February 27, 2006
        • On March 3, Doug Carlin and the Snow White team are successful in their attempt to send a note back in time to warn himself about the bomber surveilling the dock at 4:40 am, but Doug is gone by the time it arrives, and his partner Larry follows up on the lead instead on the morning of February 27.

      • February 28, 2006
        • Fat Tuesday. In the original timeline, on February 28, 2006: After killing Claire Kuchever, Carroll Oerstadt blows up the ferry Senator Alvin T. Stumpf, carrying hundreds of U.S. Navy sailors and their families across the Mississippi River from their base to the city. In the revised timeline, Doug Carlin travels back in time from March 4th, arriving inside Charity Hospital a couple hours before the bombing. He commandeers an ambulance and drives straight to Oerstadt's property, just in time to save Claire.

      • March 2, 2006
        • On March 2, Doug Carlin and the Snow White team use the time window to observe Claire Kuchever on February 26, first in her apartment, then later that evening while she's out at the Palace restaurant, where she receives a phone call from the bomber about buying her Ford Bronco. After tracing the call to a payphone, they use footage from the ATM camera across the street to view the bomber. Using facial recognition, they track his bag to the Algiers ferry dock at 4:40 am on February 27.

      • March 3, 2006
        • On March 3, Doug Carlin and the Snow White team are successful in their attempt to send a note back in time, but Doug is gone by the time it arrives, and his partner Larry follows up on the lead instead on the morning of February 27. When the bomber travels out of range, Doug follows him with a mobile rig to the remains of his property.

      • March 4, 2006
        • Old Inauguration Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)
        • Doug Carlin convinces Denny to send him back in time to the morning of February 28, the day of the bombing so he can save Claire Kuchever.

      • March 5, 2006
        • Issued Date on Charles Dunnell’s Nebraska operators license - one of the single men that Jimmy and Jeff target as part of their identity theft scheme. (Season 6 episode Breaking Bad)
        • Earl Brooks, also known as the Thumbprint Killer, kills a young couple in their bedroom, later realizing that the bedroom curtains were open during the murder.

      • March 14, 2006
        • Issued Date on spontaneous human combustion victim Susan Pratt's New York State driver license. (Season 1 episode The Road Not Taken)

      • March 16, 2006
        • 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)

      • March 17, 2006
        • St. Patrick's Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. Gil invites friends over to celebrate. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)

      • March 24, 2006
        • Date on the check that Frank writes to Dee for eight million dollars, after falling out of a window, hitting his head and forgetting the last 10 years of his life. "For my kids' dreams" (Season 11 episode Frank Falls out the Window)

      • March 25, 2006
        • 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)

      • April 5, 2006
        • Day 87. Tom and Summer rent a dirty movie called “Sweet & Shower”, and unsuccessfully attempt to replicate once of the sexual acts in the shower.

      • April 8, 2006
        • John Locke's Ex-girlfriend Helen Norwood dies of a brain aneurysm - date on her tombstone. (Season 5 episode The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham)

      • April 12, 2006
        • Finch creates a birthday scavenger hunt for Grace, ending with a viewing of her favorite painting - Giorgio de Chirico's The Red Tower. (Season 2 episode 'Til Death)

      • April 15, 2006
        • 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, 2006
        • 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)

      • April 23, 2006
        • Sergeant Nicholas Angel arrives in Sandford, checks in to the Swan Hotel, and heads down to the Crown bar, where he kicks out several underage drinkers. Later, he runs into them again, and this time, arrests them.
        • After a morning job through town, Sergeant Angel reports to the police station for his first day at his new job in Sandford.

      • April 28, 2006
        • Arbor Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)
        • The killer murders Sandford Playhouse theater director Martin Blower and actress Eve Draper and stages their deaths to look like an automobile accident in which they were both decapitated. Sergeant Angel: Simon Skinner, I'm arresting you on suspicion of the murder of Leslie Tiller. I'm also arresting you on suspicion of the murder of Tim Messenger on May 1st, of George Merchant on April 29th and of Eve Draper and Martin Blower on April 28th.
        • Issued Date on Ryan Peterson’s Nebraska operators license - one of the single men that Jimmy and Jeff target as part of their identity theft scheme. (Season 6 episode Breaking Bad)

      • April 29, 2006
        • The killer murders local land merchant George Merchant, and then blows up his mansion. Sergeant Angel: Simon Skinner, I'm arresting you on suspicion of the murder of Leslie Tiller. I'm also arresting you on suspicion of the murder of Tim Messenger on May 1st, of George Merchant on April 29th and of Eve Draper and Martin Blower on April 28th.

    • May

      • May 1, 2006
        • The killer murders journalist Tim Messenger by dropping a church spire on him at a festival to save the church roof. Sergeant Angel: Simon Skinner, I'm arresting you on suspicion of the murder of Leslie Tiller. I'm also arresting you on suspicion of the murder of Tim Messenger on May 1st, of George Merchant on April 29th and of Eve Draper and Martin Blower on April 28th.

      • May 5, 2006
        • Date of appointment on Lionel Luthor’s calendar: 1PM MEETING LEON ROWLAND - THE METROPOLIS INQUISITOR RE: THE WEAPON. (Season 5 episode Oracle)

      • May 8, 2006
        • V.E. Day. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)

      • May 9, 2006
        • James L. Brooks' birthday. Gil is still living with the Simpsons after they brought him home with them on Christmas Eve from Costington's, where he was working as a department store Santa. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)
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