Mac goes to a nuclear plant in Siberia to spring Yuri Demetri, a Soviet Russian political prisoner on account of his father's defection. Back in the States, Mac is not amused to find penniless Penny Parker invited herself to stay in his Californian home, but allows her to house-sit a few days. At her new job, as singing telegram, airhead Penny accidentally bursts into the wrong house, where Columbian drugs cartel-employed killers are decibel-torturing federal agent Robert Julian, a potential witness to their next hit by voice recognition-triggered bomb in Jack Larson's wheelchair to kill politician Javier Estevez in Phoenix Foundation-secured city-hall; she escapes and tells Mac. Later Penny recognizes on TV Derek Thompson, Estevez's corrupt aid who she saw at the torture, but the goons kidnap her and Yuri, planning to eliminate all embarrassing witnesses. Mac tails them to a warehouse, where he starts pulling his tricks to save his two friends who were left in a cooling cell (walk-in... Written by
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Second time for actor Elya Baskin in the show in a different role, first time was on episode "A prisoner of Consience" in season 1. See more
Regular house/apartment doors have the key-locks on the "outside" of the door, so Penny would not be able to lock the mercs into their own apartment; the locking knob/button would never be on the "outer" or "hall" side of the door. See more
Ah, Siberia. Not known for its tourist trade or over-population. That's exactly why its such a popular place for political prisoners... and nuclear facilities.
References Dirty Harry