Fiona seems to get more than she bargained for when she becomes involved with a paranoid kidnapper, only to discover that he's more than what he appears. Meanwhile, things spin out of control when Michael's plan to stop a black operative proves to have much deeper consequences. Written by
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One of the key plot devices in this episode is that Fiona should have a Spanish entry stamp in her passport if she really had been in Madrid in 2006 as she claimed. Except that as an Irish passport holder (you can see the Irish harp on the cover), the Spanish authorities wouldn't have stamped her passport since both Spain and Ireland are in the European Union. See more
If someone calls a meeting in a deserted location, they want control. They can tell if you're alone and if you try anything, it's easy to take you out with a sniper. So, if someone wants a chat in the middle of nowhere, it never hurts to bring a sniper of your own.