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Seek and Destroy 

Michael turns to a familiar arms dealer for help in tracking down the bomber, and decides to help out a woman track down her dead artist father's stolen painting.

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Sam Axe
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Madeline Westen (credit only)
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Melanie
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Jacob Orr (as MC Gainey)
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Seymour
Peter Paul DeLeo ...
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Derek Poole
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Storyline

Michael finally has an angle on the bomber, Derek Poole. Westen is too broke to finance his move, so he accepts to act as security expert for art gallery owner Scott Chandler, who wants an intruder tracked. Arms dealer Seymour is surprisingly easily convinced to help with knavish enthusiasm. The team discovers Chandler isn't an innocent victim, and accordingly take another client for another crime. Seymour also helps with the bomber. Written by KGF Vissers

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5 February 2009 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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In the beginning when Fi and Michael are going to the party. Fi is wearing a sarong and her belly button is air brushed out, she has no belly button but Michael does. See more »

Quotes

[Michael was originally hired by Chandler to fix his security, but now he's spying on him]
Michael Westen: Whoever this guy is, he's got resources, training.
Scott Chandler: What kind of person could be...
Michael Westen: It could be anybody. Some spy gets blacklisted, goes freelance. He could be standing in front of you and you wouldn't even know it.
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