Double Agent

This is not one of my favourites, but it has some nice and funny sences, especially: the belt scene.
But I think almost everything has been said yet about it, and so I'd like to comment on something different today.

I've just started watching my s2 dvds and before that I re-watched s1 to figure out the right episode order.
Now I've started to do that on s2, too.

I'm not perfectly sure, but according to the fact, that we see a Porsche as Lee's car (though it's not the one from s1), I suppose this episode must come very early in season 2. In fact, I think it must be the first episode.

There are more reasons for that:

According to what the people are wearing, it must be spring. Season 1 ended around late April, I think or maybe early May. At least that's what I think.
Double Agent must come before "The times they are changin'", because during the latter we see people wearing tops aud t-shirts and Phillip and Jamie wanted to return to the hotel to go to the pool because it is so hot in the sun. So it must be summer and (!) summer holidays! How long was that trip to Germany? One week or maybe two I think. I don't think they took the boys that long out of school just because they won that trip. That doesn't make sense to me.

In "Double Agent" Amanda says "Not in the middle of the school year", so it must be some time before summer holidays, as I said around April/May.

BTW, did anyone realize that season 1 covered about six months and season 2 must have gone for at least 14 or 15 months to make sense? Because in WOTSTWizard they know each other for 25 months and 2 weeks. Counting back I come to the conclusion that season 2 covers more than one year. What do you think? Ist that right? Season 4 then runs again very fast, everything happens within about a few months.

But back to my point:
All in all I really think that "Double Agent" must be the first episode of season 2 (or at least one of the first). We hear about IFF and see Auggie the first time. And altough Amanda tells Lee in "The Legend of Das Geisterschloss" that she told her mother about her new job and that IFF sent her to Salzburg, I think the telling-part could have happned just some time earlier.

I'm not sure at which position "Das Geisterschloss" and the other episodes should be. But I'm going to figure that out.


Quotes all from the episode “Double Agent”.
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