Borrowing from Tolkien, my precious?

Did anybody else recognize the writers' humor in centering this episode's plot on a Gollum-like antagonist and then naming the new character who's supposed to help relieve Dunham's burden Sam Weiss (as in Samwise Gamgee)? A tribute to John Nobles' Two Towers days, perhaps?

hmmm...fringe hobbitses?

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Sep 25, 2009 4:52AM EDT

I did not notice until you mentioned it. That was a nice catch by the way...

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