The team investigates a number of people who died faceless after their orifices are sealed while German agents investigating David Robert Jones' escape question Olivia.

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The team investigates a number of people who died faceless after their orifices are sealed while German agents investigating David Robert Jones' escape question Olivia.

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Noah Bean plays an unnamed agent that calls in a favor from an old college girlfriend that breaks lawyer/client privilege to provide leading information on the current FBI case at hand. He also plays David Connor on Damages (2007), in which his fiancée works in a law office for a boss that is known to break several rules to get what she wants. See more »

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Besides the fact that the German guards speak the language extremely poor, some words and/or articulations are not commonly used in German language and sound extremely cliché (i.e. the translation of 'Sir' to 'Mein Herr'). See more »

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References Charade (1963) See more »

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Hooked for now!
28 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After a newsman and an FBI agent die of a orifice-closing toxin (not sure what else to call it!) they catch from a 2-dollar bill, Dunham and the gang are led back to Dr. Jones and his Star Trek disappearance from the German prison.

The ZFT book (which they find with yet another of annoying Peter Bishop's underworld/kooky connections) appears to be a how-to manual on recruiting an army to fight off the as yet unknown invaders! Sounds a bit corny but I do not do the dialog/plot much justice...it is quite engaging/intriguing.

I will leave further summaries in the future to the reviewer who rates EVERYTHING a ten...he/she certainly does a stellar job of summing up the plot.

Previous episode reviews/rants by me are fading away in my mind as this show is really starting to reel me in!


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