In Plain Sight (2008–2012)
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Don't Cry for Me Albuquerque 

A special witness is brought to WITSEC - a woman from Latin America named Francesca Leandra, who barely escaped assassination in her home country because of her political activities. The ... See full summary »


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A special witness is brought to WITSEC - a woman from Latin America named Francesca Leandra, who barely escaped assassination in her home country because of her political activities. The State Department asks that WITSEC assign Mary to her full time, and Mary initially likes staying in the palatial home the government has found for her. But Francesca rebels against the opulent surroundings, and insists upon relocation to the most crime-ridden part of Albuquerque. This leads to a series of confrontations with the gang members in that part of town - and eventually, to Mary getting shot while trying to protect Francesca. Written by aldanoli

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9 August 2009 (USA)  »

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Mary Shannon: Am I a weight around your neck? I mean, do I drag you down? Is your life worse for having me around?
Eleanor: O can we all play this game?
Marshall Mann: I might have a few extra worry-lines
Mary Shannon: You know, I buy a house, the real-estate market tanks. I take in my Mom & Sister, they both get arrested and my house gets destroyed. Global warming, is that me?
Marshall Mann: Why do I think this isn't about climate change?
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The Lightning Strike
Performed by Snow Patrol
Written by Snow Patrol, Paul Wilson and Gary Lightbody
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A truly awful season finale
30 December 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

What WAS that?! Quite possibly the worst episode this season and they have it as a finale? It's not that it was just a rubbish episode, I kept feeling that I was missing the point of it ...... I mean from the moment Mary got shot onwards I thought it was going to turn out to be a weird dream sequence or something.

For a start I had no empathy for the witness Mary was protecting and instead felt like punching her several times, the fact that anyone would allow her to live in that kind of neighbourhood is unbelievable, as is the fact that Mary decides to talk about her love life and point out her fiancé to a witness. Then the actual shooting ...... usually that's the melo-dramatic high point of an episode but not in this case: the whole rush to hospital scene took about two seconds, and didn't let the viewers actually digest what had happened, which is why when Mary's family etc. showed up the whole thing seemed even more fake than it usually does. The way the episode ended? Absolutely lousy. Nothing was explained, nothing resolved and yet it's not even a cliffhanger. You're simply left wondering whether you did in fact watch all that or whether you imagined it all.

Two good things about this episode: Marshall and the fact that they played my favourite Snow Patrol song 'What if this storm ends?' However, let's just say that if this episode is an indication of the "new direction" the show is taking in Season 3 is anything like that I certainly won't be watching!

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