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Marshall Mann (Character)
from "In Plain Sight" (2008)

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In Plain Sight: Season 5: Episode 8 -- In the series finale, Mary finds herself caught between her "model" witness and an unexpected family reunion, while radical changes take place around the WITSEC office.

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  1. "In Plain Sight"
        - All's Well That Ends (2012) TV episode, Played by Frederick Weller
        - Sacrificial Lam (2012) TV episode, Played by Frederick Weller
        - The Medal of Mary (2012) TV episode, Played by Frederick Weller
        - Drag Me to Hell (2012) TV episode, Played by Frederick Weller
        - The Merry Wives of Witsec (2012) TV episode, Played by Frederick Weller
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From "In Plain Sight: The Rolling Stones (#4.9)" (2011)
Marshall Mann: You're not annoyed at taking a backseat?
Mary Shannon: You kiddin' me? It's Goofus and Gallant in there, and I get the easy one. The backseat's the least I could've hoped for. I'm looking for the trunk.
Stan McQueen: Okay. That's good, good. Good deal.
Mary Shannon: And as for your smug little attitude, I'm not so much bothered by it as I am memorizing it. You know, for when this all blows up in your face.
Stan McQueen: [sarcastically] There we go.
Mary Shannon: And for the record, just 'cause my boobs are so big Dolly Parton could sue for silhouette infringement doesn't mean I'm this delicate flower, some porcelain doll.
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