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  • 2009

    • January

      • January 1, 2009
        • Fictional storyteller Lucy born June 2, 2009 in Miami, at least when the series first aired. Later changed to January 1, 2009 in subsequent airings.

      • January 15, 2009
        • 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 21, 2009
        • Day 448 of Helena's research project on Marcus Slade's research facility. Rajesh recalls his memory of his father, where they sat and talked in front of dying campfire.

      • January 23, 2009
        • Department of Defense supercomputer ARIIA causes the death of Jerry Shaw's twin brother Ethan by orchestrating a car crash.

      • January 24, 2009
        • After playing cards with his friends and checking his empty bank account, Jerry Shaw receives a phone call from his mother informing him that his twin brother Ethan died in a car accident.

      • January 25, 2009
        • Department of Defense supercomputer ARIIA attempts to "activate" Jerry Shaw, but he is arrested and interrogated by the FBI after finding finds $750,000 in his bank account and weapons in his apartment. ARIAA activates Rachel Holloman by threatening her son, who is heading to Washington, D.C. with his school band. ARIIA redirects a crystalline explosive to a gemcutter, who cuts it and fixes it into a necklace.
        • Day 452 of Helena's research project on Marcus Slade's research facility. Sergei recalls his memory of the time a motorcycle clipped the back of his car on a Moscow street.

      • January 26, 2009
        • Department of Defense supercomputer ARIIA forces Jerry Shaw and Rachel Holloman to sneak onto a military aircraft headed for the Pentagon in order to circumvent biometric locks placed by his twin brother Ethan that prevent ARIIA from activating Operation Guillotine, a military simulation of maintaining government after the loss of all presidential successors.

      • January 30, 2009
        • Date of one of the videos of Oliver Saxon's murders that Dexter finds and sends to local news media. (Season 8 episode Monkey in a Box)

      • February 3, 2009
        • Date of item on Pierce's official medical records form. Diagnosis: "Weight gain” / Treatment: "exercise adjustment”. (Season 3 episode Pillows and Blankets)

      • February 7, 2009
        • Space War I breaks on the day of the launching ceremony for the Macross battleship - a giant alien spacecraft that crash-landed ten years earlier. The main cannon fires on its own, destroying an alien spacecraft in orbit. This automatic action marks the beginning of the war between the humans and Zentradi, a race of humanoid warriors of gigantic size. (episode The Booby Trap)

      • February 14, 2009
        • Valentine's Day. Liz has a disastrous first date with her neighbor Dr. Baird. (Season 3 episode St. Valentine's Day)
        • Sick Date on pheromone killer Anson Carr's employee record from Empire World Fragrance. (Season 4 episode A Short Story About Love)
        • The bizarre and tragic events that take place in Pontypool, detailed by radio personality Grant Mazzy, are revealed to have taken place on Valentine's Day, during the end credits, mentioned by another reporter: Just up this normally busy highway, beyond the roadblock that prevents us from getting any closer, sits the normally quiet town of Pontypool, the scene of today's Valentine's Day massacre.

      • February 18, 2009
        • Last Updated Date for a node on electronics shop owner Ali Hasan's covert communications network that he created for The Brotherhood using old VHF television antennas. (Season 4 episode Panopticon)

      • February 21, 2009
        • Monitored from its command center in Beijing, China, the ESD Moonbase opens as Director David Levinson presides over the ribbon cutting ceremony. Designed with both offensive and defensive weapons capabilities, the Moonbase is the first of several planetary bases designed to monitor our solar system for potential alien threats. (Promotional website: The War of 1996)
        • Since Tracy has never celebrated a birthday, Kenneth convinces Jenna to share her birthday party with him. Tracy Morgan: You were right, Ken. Birthdays are special. And now mine's over. And who knows when February 24th will come again? Now that warm, happy feeling is gone, there's no cake in my mouth, and that birthday wish is malarkey. Malarkey! (Season 3 episode Goodbye My Friend)

      • February 25, 2009
        • New record added 1/11/2023
        • Ned Flanders counts down to the arrival of Ash Wednesday during Homer's apparently annual Mardi Gras party in his backyard: "It's Ash Wednesday everybody! Set down your gins and confess your sins!" (Season 20 episode No Loan Again, Naturally)

      • February 27, 2009
        • Opening date on Alfred Hawthorne Hill’s Wendover Community Bank statement - one of the single men that Jimmy and Jeff target as part of their identity theft scheme. (Season 6 episode Breaking Bad)

    • March

      • March 4, 2009
        • According to Michael's newly updated diary, March 4 is the day that "Dwight came up with the best idea today about golden tickets." But according to Dwight's diary, March 4 is the day that "Michael came up with golden ticket idea to give 5 customers 10% off for 1 year." (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
        • Date of violation for "Assault” on armed jewelry store robber Andrew Briggs' criminal record. (Season 8 episode A Beautiful Day)

      • March 10, 2009
        • FBI tie the Eastern Bank robbery in Malden in March 2009 to Desmond Elden, James Coughlin, Albert Magloan and Doug MacRay.

      • March 14, 2009
        • Date of video file named SFZooTrip_PamChaperone.mp4 in the Margot folder on David's Kim_Home_Videos backup drive.
        • Day 500 of Helena's research project on Marcus Slade's research facility. Helena and Marcus argue over the timeline for publishing their results. Slade is disappointed with their progress to date.

      • March 17, 2009
        • Expiration Date on Teegan Carley's Missouri Driver License. When Dexter searches the police database for information on Freebo's girlfriend Teegan, he finds 4 Teegans. The second one that comes up is Teegan Carley. (Season 3 episode Finding Freebo)
        • Date Alfred Hawthorne Hill signed his tax documents - one of the single men that Jimmy and Jeff target as part of their identity theft scheme. (Season 6 episode Breaking Bad)

      • March 21, 2009
        • Adojan Halasz dies, Google search result when Nadia searches for living descendants of Captain Marton Halasz, the name on her family's receipt for the Gold Train. (Season 2 episode Station to Station)

      • March 26, 2009
        • 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)

      • March 29, 2009
        • Day 515 of Helena's research project on Marcus Slade's research facility. Helena'a alone with Slade and a skeleton crew on the rig after most of the staff resigned following Slade's new orders involving stopping people's hearts and using the deprivation tank.

      • March 30, 2009
        • Closing date on Alfred Hawthorne Hill's Wendover Community Bank statement - one of the single men that Jimmy and Jeff target as part of their identity theft scheme. (Season 6 episode Breaking Bad)

      • March 31, 2009
        • Dean Pelton reminds students to keep any April Fools' pranks physically safe, politically balanced and racially accessible. "When in doubt, check the guidelines in our college pranks literature." (Season 1 episode The Science of Illusion)

    • April

      • April 1, 2009
        • Dean Pelton banishes April Fools' Day: "So this is the part of my job that I enjoy the least. The part where I inform you that last night someone murdered a partially clothed animal and threw a human corpse out a window. And you can thank the person that did it, a person that may be in this room, for the fact that now on, April Fools' Day is banished, okay? At Greendale, April 1st is officially March 32nd forever." (Season 1 episode The Science of Illusion)

      • April 7, 2009
        • Olivia and Charlie find a Boston Savings and Loan check for $10,000 from Isaac Winters to spontaneous human combustion victim Susan Pratt dated April 7th, 2009 in her apartment. (Season 1 episode The Road Not Taken)

      • April 9, 2009
        • Douglas Lerpiss purchased a "Gardener's Delight" brand tomato from Food and Stuff grocery store in Snerling, Indiana, losing 12.268 points due to 1. the tomato being grown in pesticide-rich farmland, 2. the tomato being farmed by underpaid labor force and 3. the tomato being shipped from Mexico to Indiana using fuel-inefficient vehicles. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)

      • April 12, 2009
        • US Secretary of Defense George Callister reports that Department of Defense supercomputer ARIIA has been decommissioned and recommends against building another.

      • April 15, 2009
        • 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 19, 2009
        • Issued Date on the New York State Drive License shown when Finch mentions creating new identity documents for machine number Daniel Casey. A driver license and a passport are shown, both of which have Casey's photo, but no name. (Season 3 episode RAM)

      • April 27, 2009
        • Fragments of older, saved footage from April 27th showing Rob and Beth sharing a special day across New York City and Coney Island appear during the course of the film.

      • April 29, 2009
        • Terrorist group the Sons of Liberty seize control of the massive offshore clean-up facility Big Shell taking nearly 30 people hostage, including U.S. President James Johnson, and threatening to destroy the facility and create a cataclysmic environmental disaster. Raiden is brought in to rescue the president and the hostages.

      • May 15, 2009
        • Date that Police Officer Eddie Dugan crosses off on the calendar in his locker. He has 7 days left until retirement. He receives his new assignment - breaking in recruits that will be working in tough neighborhoods.

      • May 16, 2009
        • After Rookie Police Officer Melvin Panton's first day with Eddie Dugan, he requests a new trainer and gets reassigned. Eddie Dugan gets new trainee Eddie Quinlan. Later that day, Eddie Dugan finds out that Marvin was killed.

      • May 18, 2009
        • Date of Death for scientist and time traveler Alistair Peck's girlfriend Arlette Turling. (Season 2 episode White Tulip)

      • May 22, 2009
        • The personal camcorder footage exists because of Rob's brother Jason throwing Rob a farewell party in celebration of his new job in Japan. Following what is thought to be an earthquake but turns out to be a monster attack, the party-goers leave the building.

      • May 23, 2009
        • The personal camcorder footage recovered by the United States Department of Defense goes from the night of May 22nd through the morning of May 23rd.

      • May 27, 2009
        • Date on Dexter's old high school classmate Janet Walker's Autopsy report. Cause of Death: Self inflicted gunshot wound. (Season 6 episode Those Kinds of Things)

      • May 29, 2009
        • Date of one of the newspaper articles about illegal activity on Euclid Street that Frank researches at the library: "Euclid Street probe yields major drug bust".

    • June

      • June 1, 2009
        • Date of "Armed robbery” and "Gunshot fired” reports on the Incident Report Log in the Florida Law Enforcement Database that Dexter reviews, checking for reports of a body being found that could be his last victim Benito Gomez. (Season 4 episode Remains to be Seen)
        • Date Paroled on the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Subject Pedigree forms for Daniel Burnside and Christopher Vaughn - Lloyd Pruitt's former cohorts that were busted for robbing the Perfect Cat Jewelry Store. (Season 2 episode The High Road)

      • June 2, 2009
        • Fictional storyteller Lucy born June 2, 2009 in Miami, at least when the series first aired. Later changed to January 1, 2009 in subsequent airings.
        • Filing Date on a New York State Department Division of Corporations form for Sam's Retouching Service that Finch finds on Philip Chapple's computer. (Season 2 episode Shadow Box)

      • June 3, 2009
        • Date of "Kidnapped 3-year old” report on the Incident Report Log in the Florida Law Enforcement Database that Dexter reviews, checking for reports of a body being found that could be his last victim Benito Gomez. (Season 4 episode Remains to be Seen)

      • June 5, 2009
        • The new world's youngest human born - when Baby Diego dies, TV news reports that the mantle of the world's youngest human passes to an unnamed woman. She is 18 years, 5 months and 11 days old.

      • June 7, 2009
        • Date of "Alligator in backyard” report on the Incident Report Log in the Florida Law Enforcement Database that Dexter reviews, checking for reports of a body being found that could be his last victim Benito Gomez. (Season 4 episode Remains to be Seen)

      • June 10, 2009
        • Date of "Bank hold-up” report on the Incident Report Log in the Florida Law Enforcement Database that Dexter reviews, checking for reports of a body being found that could be his last victim Benito Gomez. (Season 4 episode Remains to be Seen)
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