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Leon Tao (Character)
from "Person of Interest" (2011)

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  1. "Person of Interest"
    ... aka "P.O.I" - USA (short title)
        - All In (2013) TV episode, Played by Ken Leung
        - Relevance (2013) TV episode, Played by Ken Leung
        - Critical (2012) TV episode, Played by Ken Leung
        - The Contingency (2012) TV episode, Played by Ken Leung

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From "Person of Interest: The Contingency (#2.1)" (2012)
John Reese: [Talking at the Machine] I'm not doing this anymore. I'm not going anywhere until you give me a way to find him.
Leon Tao: Not this again.
John Reese: I'm supposed to continue to save people like this idiot. I want something in return. Otherwise, I'm done.
Leon Tao: Who you talking to? These guys're gonna kill us!
John Reese: [unfazed] They probably are.
Leon Tao: So what the hell is this?
John Reese: A negotiation.
[Turns back to a street Cam]
John Reese: I know you got your rules, but I'm guessing they don't account for everybody being dead. No one's answering your phone calls, no one saving anyone. No contingency.
Leon Tao: What do you want? You want me to give up the bonds? Give all the money? It's done. We just have to move, now!
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