'The Finder' Videos: Check Out a Sneak Peek of 'The Conversation'
'The Finder' Videos: Check Out a Sneak Peek of 'The Conversation'
Laurel Brown
Laurel Brown
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Can Walter locate even the intangible? That's the question asked in the next episode of The Finder, "The Conversation." Check out these four Finder videos to see just how Walter tracks down some lost words.

The first video opens with one of those deep and meaningful debates enjoyed by Walter and Leo in their bar.

Having spent far too much time over the past couple of years watching Dancing with the Stars, I'm going to have to go with Leo on this one. No matter how much fun the samba is, the rumba is typically the better dance.

Also in this video: We get to hear Walter refer to "the sex." There is something unavoidably funny about that.

It's too bad Isabel is busy, although, judging from this next video, Walter may have a chance to enjoy "the sex" with someone else.

When I first saw information about this episode, I assumed Agent McHottie was a silly nickname. Nope. It's a silly, actual name.

In other identification news, should we now wonder whether or not Walter has a driver's license? He may just go with the library card due to that vague paranoia issue, but there is also a chance that he does not have a license at all. It would be totally illegal, considering how many vehicles he tends to drive. But it would not be out of character.

In the third video, Walter and Leo share in a Max Headroom moment. (NOTE: If you don't get the reference, you have officially made me feel old.)

You would think that Walter would worry a little bit more about all of those cameras watching his every move in a shopping center. But it is probably more important to think of them in investigative terms. For the moment anyway...

The final video proves that Walter did indeed get hold of the security video footage. It is, however, lacking one key component needed to discover a missing conversation.

With no sound on the videos, it's handy that Willa knows how to read lips. She is also useful in reminding us all that vampires are hot. And sparkly. Thank you, Twilight! (<-- sarcasm)

"The Conversation" airs on Friday, April 20 at 8pm on FOX.

(Image and videos courtesy of FOX)