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Drive
Drive tv logo.png
Drive intertitle
Format Drama/Action
Created by Tim Minear
Ben Queen
Starring Nathan Fillion
Kristin Lehman
Mircea Monroe
Riley Smith
Kevin Alejandro
J. D. Pardo
Emma Stone
Rochelle Aytes
Taryn Manning
Melanie Lynskey
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Tim Minear
Ben Queen
Greg Yaitanes
Running time approx. 42 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Fox
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Original run April 13, 2007 – April 23, 2007

Drive is a television series created by Tim Minear and Ben Queen and produced by Minear, Queen, and Greg Yaitanes. It aired on the Fox network in the United States.

The series is set across the backdrop of an illegal automobile road race with the central focus being on the competitors and eventually on the puppet masters behind the race. Regarding the tone of the show, Minear has described it by saying "a secret, illegal, underground road race can be anything from Cannonball Run to The Game to North by Northwest to Magnolia-on-wheels. Ours is all those things."[1]

Firefly and Serenity star Nathan Fillion, a longtime friend of Drive creator Tim Minear, plays the lead role of Alex Tully in the series. Ivan Sergei played Tully in the unaired pilot.[2]

The show premiered on April 13, 2007 on CTV in Canada.[3] It debuted in the United States on April 15, 2007 on FOX, and moved into its regular time slot on Mondays the next day; in that slot it faced stiff competition from NBC's Deal or No Deal and ABC's Dancing with the Stars. On April 25, FOX cancelled Drive only after four episodes had aired.[4]

Contents

Cast and characters

The cast of Drive
Actor Role Car/Partner/Other Notes
Nathan Fillion Alex Tully 1972 Ford F-100 (tan), 1972 Dodge Challenger* (black)
Kristin Lehman Corinna Wiles Partners with Alex Tully
Kevin Alejandro Winston Salazar 1964 Chevrolet Impala lowrider (gold)
J.D. Pardo Sean Salazar Winston Salazar's half-brother
Dylan Baker John Trimble 1999 Ford Taurus (silver-blue)
Emma Stone Violet Trimble John Trimble's daughter
Michael Hyatt Susan Chamblee Land Rover LR3 (light blue), Ford Focus (red) (deceased)
Rochelle Aytes Leigh Barnthouse Pontiac Solstice (black) (was originally partners with Susan Chamblee and Ivy Chitty)
Melanie Lynskey Wendy Patrakas Dodge Grand Caravan SXT (silver)
Taryn Manning Ivy Chitty Originally partners with Susan Chamblee and Leigh Barnthouse, then partners with Wendy Patrakas, then steals the Trimbles' Ford Taurus
Riley Smith Rob Laird 1979 Pontiac Trans Am (white)
Mircea Monroe Ellie Laird Rob Laird's wife
Wayne Grace Jimmy Cousins Harley Davidson touring motorcycle (black)
K Callan Ceal Cousins Jimmy Cousins's wife
Brian Bloom Allan James 2007 Dodge Charger (black), 2002 Chevrolet Impala (red) (not a race participant)
Richard Brooks Detective Ehrle Not a race participant
Charles Martin Smith Mr. Bright One of the race organizers (not a race participant)
Katie Finneran Becca Freeman Alex Tully's sister (not a race participant)
Amy Acker Kathryn Tully Alex Tully's wife (not a race participant)

*Note: While referred to in the show as a 1972 model, the vehicle's distinctive front and rear mark it as a 1970 model, markedly different from the 1972-1974 models.

Route

The following are the checkpoints passed, clues and/or instructions before arrival, and the specifics regarding them.

Checkpoint Clue/Instructions Specifics
Key West, Florida Text message: "Mainland Go" (announced the start of the race, not a destination) The starting line of the race.
Jupiter, Florida Text message: "Fly to Jupiter and find the red eye." The Jupiter Inlet lighthouse.
Cape Canaveral, Florida Text message: "Kennedy killed in '73." The message is accompanied by a countdown clock. In 1973, Cape Kennedy was renamed to Cape Canaveral, thus "killing" the name "Kennedy." Drivers met at the Kennedy Space Center, where the countdown corresponded with a shuttle launch.
Rome, Georgia Each driver was given a red ticket stub with instructions to go to Rome, "After sunset, before dark." After Sunset drive-in movie theater.
Appomattox Court House, Virginia Text message: "Surrender, America" Appomattox Court House was where Confederate general Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union general Ulysses S. Grant, thus ending the Civil War.
Cleveland, Ohio Most of the racers received two hot candies, while Alex, Corinna, Sean and Winston, who had taken advantage of their head start, received a note reading "Great Balls of Fire: The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame - Cleveland" The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame.
? Alex Tully received the hint to the next checkpoint after arriving at the Great Balls of Fire: The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, it is unknown where the next checkpoint is.

Episodes

A total of six episodes of Drive were produced prior to its cancellation. The series premiered on April 13, 2007 in Canada and on April 16, 2007 in the United States.

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Production
code
0 "Unaired Pilot" Greg Yaitanes Tim Minear & Ben Queen N/A
1 "The Starting Line" Greg Yaitanes Tim Minear & Ben Queen April 13, 2007 (2007-04-13) (CTV) DRV-101
An illegal cross country race is being run. Contestants in the race are not all there by their own choice – Alex Tully is searching for his missing wife; a mother is somehow involved for her baby's safety--others may simply be after the 32 million dollar prize. 
2 "Partners" Greg Yaitanes Tim Minear & Tom Szentgyorgyi April 13, 2007 (2007-04-13) (CTV) DRV-102
The race continues in Jupiter, Florida, where Tully, Wiles, and the other racers prepare for the next clue. Wendy Patrakas prepares to kill Ivy Chitty to stay in the race. Corinna's interest in the race is revealed. 
3 "Let the Games Begin" Marita Grabiak Eoghan Mahony & Ben Queen April 16, 2007 (2007-04-16) (Fox)[5] DRV-103
The race continues on the next stage. Alex meets an old acquaintance after getting in trouble with the police while Wendy gets a new co-driver. 
4 "No Turning Back" Elodie Keene Lauren Schmidt & Craig Silverstein April 23, 2007 (2007-04-23) (Fox)[6] DRV-104
Alex and Corinna are offered a chance to move ahead of the other racers; Corinna is unsure of how safe the move would be. Susan and Leigh wish to stay in the race even after their betrayal by another. Wendy fears for her baby's safety. Susan and Leigh are eliminated from the race. 
5 "The Extra Mile" Paul Edwards Salvatore J. Stabile & Juan Carlos Coto July 15, 2007 (2007-07-15) (Online) DRV-105
Alex, Corinna and the Salazar brothers are faced with the ramifications of their jump-start; Leigh gets a new partner; and Ivy puts Sam in danger. 
6 "Rear View" Michael Katleman Kristen Reidel & Scott M. Gimple July 15, 2007 (2007-07-15) (Online) DRV-106
In the series finale, Alex risks everything to find Kathryn; Violet picks up a hitchhiking Ivy; Wendy hurries to save Sam from her husband; and the military finally catches up with Rob. 

Production notes

Fox greenlit series production on Drive in October 2006. In addition to the series pilot, another twelve episodes were ordered as a midseason replacement for spring 2007.[7]

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Filming locations

Drive was shot in the Los Angeles area, using road footage and green-screen technology. According to Tim Minear, "because of technology, we can actually create a cross-country road race and shoot it all in Santa Clarita."[8] This led to geographic inconsistencies in the series, including mountains and desert settings visible during highway scenes set near Gainesville, Florida, when there are no actual mountain ranges or deserts in that area.

Highway scenes were shot on Interstate 210 in Rialto, California on the finished but unopened portion between Alder Ave. and Linden Ave.[9] The exit for Alder Ave can be seen as the exit in most of the freeway scenes. In the first episode, the Alder Ave. sign for the exit is clearly legible. Scenes at the "Kennedy Space Center" were filmed at the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

Music

Notes

Cancellation

The two-hour premiere of Drive in the United States, broadcast on April 15, 2007 at 8:00 pm, was watched by six million viewers.[11] The program did not deliver the ratings FOX desired, and on April 25, 2007, the network announced that it had cancelled Drive.[4] The final two remaining unaired episodes of Drive were made available for online streaming on FOX ON DEMAND beginning Sunday, July 15, 2007, in addition to the previously aired episodes.[12] All six episodes of the show have been made available for purchase and download on Apple's iTunes[13], Amazon's Unbox[14] and Direct2Drive [15].

FOX initially announced that the final two episodes would air on July 4, 2007. The network rescheduled them for July 13 and later pulled them entirely.[16] The two remaining episodes were posted online on July 15, 2007.[17] Executive producers Tim Minear and Craig Silverstein subsequently gave an interview that described what might have happened if the series had continued.[18]

Awards

Drive, while short-lived, is the first series to be nominated for an Emmy Award under the organization's new "broadband" eligibility guidelines. The show's title sequence had originally been submitted for consideration in the category of "best outstanding visual effects in a drama series". However, Emmy regulations require a series to air at least six episodes in order to be eligible, whereas Drive had only aired four episodes prior to its cancellation. After the sequence was posted for streaming on the Internet, it became eligible under the new "special visual effects" category.[19]

References

  1. ^ "The Tim Minear Interview". The Drive News Blog. 2006-07-01. http://drive-tv.blogspot.com/2006/07/tim-minear-interview.html.  
  2. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (2006-12-15). "'Drive' time for Fillion at Fox". The Hollywood Reporter. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/television/news/e3i0123c6f82e9d75a960daf0920816a410.  
  3. ^ "DRIVE: About the show". CTV.com. http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/show/CTVShows/20070404/Home-Drive/20070404/. Retrieved 2007-07-24.  
  4. ^ a b Schneider, Michael (2007-04-25). "'Drive' runs out of gas". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117963779.html?categoryid=14&cs=1. Retrieved 2007-04-26.  
  5. ^ "(DRV-103) "Let the Games Begin"". The Futon Critic. http://www.thefutoncritic.com/listings.aspx?id=20070329fox01. Retrieved June 23, 2007.  
  6. ^ "(DRV-104) "No Turning Back"". The Futon Critic. http://www.thefutoncritic.com/listings.aspx?id=20070410fox01. Retrieved June 23, 2007.  
  7. ^ Adalian, Josef (2006-10-30). "Fox springs into 'Drive'". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117952974.html?categoryid=1300&cs=1&p=0.  
  8. ^ Brokaw, Francine (2007-03-30). "Drive Races Into High Gear on Fox". Movieweb. http://www.movieweb.com/tv/news/60/18760.php.  
  9. ^ "'Drive' Takes Viewers on a Bumpy Ride". ETOnline. http://www.etonline.com/tv/spotlight/47783/index.html.  
  10. ^ David, Peter (w). Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man 2 (22) (September 2007), Marvel Comics
  11. ^ Bauder, David (2007-04-17). "Ratings: NBC Sinks; Fox's 'Drive' Stalls". Forbes. http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2007/04/17/ap3622233.html. Retrieved April 18, 2007.  
  12. ^ "Drive". http://www.myspace.com/driveonfox. Retrieved August 17 2007.  
  13. ^ "Drive, Season 1". http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewTVSeason?id=251903353&s=143441. Retrieved August 17 2007.  
  14. ^ "Drive: Unbox Video". http://www.amazon.com/The-Starting-Line/dp/B000PH2DTE/. Retrieved August 17 2007.  
  15. ^ Direct2Drive: Download Games, Movies, TV Shows and more at D2D
  16. ^ "Drive: FOX Hijacks Last Two Episodes". TVSeriesFinale.com. 2007-07-06. http://www.tvseriesfinale.com/2007/07/drive_fox_hijacks_last_two_episodes.php.  
  17. ^ "Fox's Drive". MySpace.com TV. http://creative.myspace.com/VOD/myspace2/drive/index.html#.  
  18. ^ "Drive: What Would've Happened on the Cancelled Series". TVSeriesFinale.com. 2007-07-11. http://tvseriesfinale.com/articles/drive-what-would've-happened-on-the-cancelled-series/.  
  19. ^ Michael Schneider (2007-07-20). "'Drive' makes primetime Emmy history: Fox show the first broadband nominee". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117968898.html?categoryid=14&cs=1. Retrieved 2008-03-03.  

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Drive
File:Drive tv
Genre Drama
Action
Created by Tim Minear
Ben Queen
Starring Nathan Fillion
Kristin Lehman
Mircea Monroe
Riley Smith
Kevin Alejandro
J. D. Pardo
Emma Stone
Rochelle Aytes
Taryn Manning
Melanie Lynskey
Opening theme "Can't Stop the World" by Gavin Rossdale
Composer(s) Keith Power
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Tim Minear
Ben Queen
Greg Yaitanes
Running time 42 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Fox
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Original run April 13, 2007 (2007-04-13) – April 23, 2007 (2007-04-23)
Status Cancelled

Drive is an American action drama television series created by Tim Minear and Ben Queen and produced by Minear, Queen, and Greg Yaitanes. It aired on the Fox network in the United States.

The series is set across the backdrop of an illegal automobile road race with the central focus being on the competitors and eventually on the puppet masters behind the race. Regarding the tone of the show, Minear has described it by saying "a secret, illegal, underground road race can be anything from Cannonball Run to The Game to North by Northwest to Magnolia-on-wheels. Ours is all those things."[1]

Firefly and Serenity star Nathan Fillion, a longtime friend of Drive creator Tim Minear, plays the lead role of Alex Tully in the series. Ivan Sergei played Tully in the unaired pilot.[2]

The show premiered on April 13, 2007 on CTV in Canada.[3] It debuted in the United States on April 15, 2007 on Fox, and moved into its regular time slot on Mondays the next day; in that slot it faced stiff competition from NBC's Deal or No Deal and ABC's Dancing with the Stars. On April 25, Fox cancelled Drive only after four episodes had aired.[4] As of 2010 the series has not been released to international markets (with the exception of Canada) or on DVD.

Contents

Cast and characters

File:Drive
The cast of Drive
Actor Role Car/Partner/Other Notes
Nathan Fillion Alex Tully 1972 Ford F-100 (tan), 1972 Dodge Challenger* (black)
Kristin Lehman Corinna Wiles Partners with Alex Tully
Kevin Alejandro Winston Salazar 1964 Chevrolet Impala lowrider (gold)
J.D. Pardo Sean Salazar Winston Salazar's half-brother
Dylan Baker John Trimble 1999 Ford Taurus (silver-blue)
Emma Stone Violet Trimble John Trimble's daughter
Michael Hyatt Susan Chamblee Land Rover LR3 (light blue), Ford Focus (red) (deceased)
Rochelle Aytes Leigh Barnthouse Pontiac Solstice (black) (was originally partners with Susan Chamblee and Ivy Chitty)
Melanie Lynskey Wendy Patrakas Dodge Grand Caravan SXT (silver)
Taryn Manning Ivy Chitty Originally partners with Susan Chamblee and Leigh Barnthouse, then partners with Wendy Patrakas, then steals the Trimbles' Ford Taurus
Riley Smith Rob Laird 1979 Pontiac Trans Am (white)
Mircea Monroe Ellie Laird Rob Laird's wife
Wayne Grace Jimmy Cousins Harley Davidson touring motorcycle (black)
K Callan Ceal Cousins Jimmy Cousins's wife
Brian Bloom Allan James 2007 Dodge Charger (black), 2002 Chevrolet Impala (red) (not a race participant)
Richard Brooks Detective Ehrle Not a race participant
Charles Martin Smith Mr. Bright One of the race organizers (not a race participant)
Katie Finneran Becca Freeman Alex Tully's sister (not a race participant)
Amy Acker Kathryn Tully Alex Tully's wife (not a race participant)

*Note: While referred to in the show as a 1972 model, the vehicle's distinctive front and rear mark it as a 1970 model, markedly different from the 1972-1974 models.

Route

The following are the checkpoints passed, clues and/or instructions before arrival, and the specifics regarding them.

Checkpoint Clue/Instructions Specifics
Key West, Florida Text message: "Mainland Go" (announced the start of the race, not a destination) The starting line of the race.
Jupiter, Florida Text message: "Fly to Jupiter and find the red eye." The Jupiter Inlet lighthouse.
Cape Canaveral, Florida Text message: "Kennedy killed in '73." The message is accompanied by a countdown clock. In 1973, Cape Kennedy was renamed to Cape Canaveral, thus "killing" the name "Kennedy." Drivers met at the Kennedy Space Center, where the countdown corresponded with a shuttle launch.
Rome, Georgia Each driver was given a red ticket stub with instructions to go to Rome, "After sunset, before dark." After Sunset drive-in movie theater.
Appomattox Court House, Virginia Text message: "Surrender, America" Appomattox Court House was where Confederate general Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union general Ulysses S. Grant, thus ending the Civil War.
Cleveland, Ohio Most of the racers received two hot candies, while Alex, Corinna, Sean and Winston, who had taken advantage of their head start, received a note reading "Great Balls of Fire: The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame - Cleveland" The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame.
? Alex Tully received the address to the next checkpoint after arriving at The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, it is unknown where the next checkpoint is.

Episodes

A total of six episodes of Drive were produced, four of them were produced prior to its cancellation. The series premiered on April 13, 2007 in Canada and on April 16, 2007 in the United States.

# Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code
0 Unaired Pilot Greg YaitanesTim Minear & Ben QueenN/A
1 "The Starting Line" Greg YaitanesTim Minear & Ben QueenApril 13, 2007 (2007-04-13) (CTV)DRV-101
An illegal cross country race is being run. Contestants in the race are not all there by their own choice – Alex Tully is searching for his missing wife; a mother is somehow involved for her baby's safety--others may simply be after the 32 million dollar prize. 
2 "Partners" Greg YaitanesTim Minear & Tom SzentgyorgyiApril 13, 2007 (2007-04-13) (CTV)DRV-102
The race continues in Jupiter, Florida, where Tully, Wiles, and the other racers prepare for the next clue. Wendy Patrakas prepares to kill Ivy Chitty to stay in the race. Corinna's interest in the race is revealed. 
3 "Let the Games Begin" Marita GrabiakEoghan Mahony & Ben QueenApril 16, 2007 (2007-04-16) (Fox)[5]DRV-103
The race continues on the next stage. Alex meets an old acquaintance after getting in trouble with the police while Wendy gets a new co-driver. 
4 "No Turning Back" Elodie KeeneLauren Schmidt & Craig SilversteinApril 23, 2007 (2007-04-23) (Fox)[6]DRV-104
Alex and Corinna are offered a chance to move ahead of the other racers; Corinna is unsure of how safe the move would be. Susan and Leigh wish to stay in the race even after their betrayal by another. Wendy fears for her baby's safety. Susan and Leigh are eliminated from the race. 
5 "The Extra Mile" Paul EdwardsSalvatore J. Stabile & Juan Carlos CotoJuly 15, 2007 (2007-07-15) (Online)DRV-105
Alex, Corinna and the Salazar brothers are faced with the ramifications of their jump-start; Leigh gets a new partner; and Ivy puts Sam in danger. 
6 "Rear View" Michael KatlemanKristen Reidel & Scott M. GimpleJuly 15, 2007 (2007-07-15) (Online)DRV-106
In the series finale, Alex risks everything to find Kathryn; Violet picks up a hitchhiking Ivy; Wendy hurries to save Sam from her husband; and the military finally catches up with Rob. 

Production notes

Fox greenlit series production on Drive in October 2006. In addition to the series pilot, another twelve episodes were ordered as a midseason replacement for spring 2007.[7]

Filming locations

Drive was shot in the Los Angeles area, using road footage and green-screen technology. According to Tim Minear, "because of technology, we can actually create a cross-country road race and shoot it all in Santa Clarita."[8] This led to geographic inconsistencies in the series, including mountains and desert settings visible during highway scenes set near Gainesville, Florida, when there are no actual mountain ranges or deserts in that area.

Highway scenes were shot on Interstate 210 in Rialto, California on the finished but unopened portion between Alder Ave. and Linden Ave.[9] The exit for Alder Ave can be seen as the exit in most of the freeway scenes. In the first episode, the Alder Ave. sign for the exit is clearly legible. Scenes at the "Kennedy Space Center" were filmed at the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

Music

Notes

Cancellation

The two-hour premiere of Drive in the United States, broadcast on April 15, 2007 at 8:00 pm, was watched by six million viewers.[11] The program did not deliver the ratings Fox desired, and on April 25, 2007, the network announced that it had cancelled Drive.[4] The final two remaining unaired episodes of Drive were made available for online streaming on Fox on Demand beginning Sunday, July 15, 2007, in addition to the previously aired episodes.[12] All six episodes of the show have been made available for purchase and download from the iTunes Store[13] and Amazon Video on Demand exclusively for United States residents.[14]

Fox initially announced that the final two episodes would air on July 4, 2007. The network rescheduled them for July 13 and later pulled them entirely.[15] The two remaining episodes were posted online on July 15, 2007.[16] Executive producers Tim Minear and Craig Silverstein subsequently gave an interview that described what might have happened if the series had continued.[17]

Awards

Drive, while short-lived, is the first series to be nominated for an Emmy Award under the organization's new "broadband" eligibility guidelines. The show's title sequence had originally been submitted for consideration in the category of "best outstanding visual effects in a drama series". However, Emmy regulations require a series to air at least six episodes in order to be eligible, whereas Drive had only aired four episodes prior to its cancellation. After the sequence was posted for streaming on the Internet, it became eligible under the new "special visual effects" category.[18]

References

  1. ^ "The Tim Minear Interview". The Drive News Blog. 2006-07-01. http://drive-tv.blogspot.com/2006/07/tim-minear-interview.html. 
  2. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (2006-12-15). "'Drive' time for Fillion at Fox". The Hollywood Reporter. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/television/news/e3i0123c6f82e9d75a960daf0920816a410. 
  3. ^ "DRIVE: About the show". CTV.com. http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/show/CTVShows/20070404/Home-Drive/20070404/. Retrieved 2007-07-24. 
  4. ^ a b Schneider, Michael (2007-04-25). "'Drive' runs out of gas". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117963779.html?categoryid=14&cs=1. Retrieved 2007-04-26. 
  5. ^ "(DRV-103) "Let the Games Begin"". The Futon Critic. http://www.thefutoncritic.com/listings.aspx?id=20070329fox01. Retrieved June 23, 2007. 
  6. ^ "(DRV-104) "No Turning Back"". The Futon Critic. http://www.thefutoncritic.com/listings.aspx?id=20070410fox01. Retrieved June 23, 2007. 
  7. ^ Adalian, Josef (2006-10-30). "Fox springs into 'Drive'". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117952974.html?categoryid=1300&cs=1&p=0. 
  8. ^ Brokaw, Francine (2007-03-30). "Drive Races Into High Gear on Fox". Movieweb. http://www.movieweb.com/tv/news/60/18760.php. 
  9. ^ "'Drive' Takes Viewers on a Bumpy Ride". ETOnline. http://www.etonline.com/tv/spotlight/47783/index.html. 
  10. ^ David, Peter (w). Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man 2 (22) (September 2007), Marvel Comics
  11. ^ Bauder, David (2007-04-17). "Ratings: NBC Sinks; Fox's 'Drive' Stalls". Forbes. Archived from the original on October 15, 2007. http://web.archive.org/web/20071015230645/http://forbes.com/feeds/ap/2007/04/17/ap3622233.html. Retrieved April 18, 2007. 
  12. ^ "Drive". http://www.myspace.com/driveonfox. Retrieved August 17, 2007. [dead link]
  13. ^ "Drive, Season 1". http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewTVSeason?id=251903353&s=143441. Retrieved August 17, 2007. 
  14. ^ "Drive: Unbox Video". http://www.amazon.com/The-Starting-Line/dp/B000PH2DTE/. Retrieved August 17, 2007. 
  15. ^ "Drive: Fox Hijacks Last Two Episodes". TVSeriesFinale.com. 2007-07-06. http://www.tvseriesfinale.com/2007/07/drive_fox_hijacks_last_two_episodes.php. 
  16. ^ "Fox's Drive". MySpace.com TV. http://creative.myspace.com/VOD/myspace2/drive/index.html#. 
  17. ^ "Drive: What Would've Happened on the Cancelled Series". TVSeriesFinale.com. 2007-07-11. http://tvseriesfinale.com/articles/drive-what-would've-happened-on-the-cancelled-series/. 
  18. ^ Michael Schneider (2007-07-20). "'Drive' makes primetime Emmy history: Fox show the first broadband nominee". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117968898.html?categoryid=14&cs=1. Retrieved 2008-03-03. 

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Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikiquote

Drive (2007 - 2007) was a short-lived, Emmy Award-nominated television series created by Tim Minear and Ben Queen and produced by Minear, Queen, and Greg Yaitanes. It aired on the FOX network in the United States, and on CTV in Canada.

Unidentified episode

John Ashton: Violet, sit up, you're missing the sights.
Violet Ashton: Oh, look, a palm tree. Are we in San Diego yet? Because it looks exactly the same.
Sean Salazar: [whistles] Chiquita! Chiquita!
Violet Ashton: Whatever.
Violet Ashton: The Jupiter Lighthouse, completed July of 1860. 115-foot-tall red brick tower. The eye at the Jupiter inlet.
John Ashton: I'm amazed. I'm impressed. I'm amazed and impressed.
Violet Ashton: It didn't exactly take a rocket scientist.
John Ashton: I am a rocket scientist.
Violet Ashton: I know... I was being ironic.

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