During a political protest in Washington, D.C., a disgruntled farmer parks his explosives-packed tractor near the Treasury Department building, forcing Lightman and his team to make some crucial life-or-death decisions. Meanwhile, a third-grade field trip gets stuck in the Lightman Group offices, and Loker has to play babysitter. Written by
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During the song "White Lie" the child sitting to Loker's left is close enough to touch his chair in one shot. In the next shot he is in front of Loker and to far away to reach the chair. Then he's back again. See more
Sung by Felicia Day
and Brendan Hines See more