Anson Fullerton orders Michael and his team to go retrieve his ill-gotten fortune from an untouchable bank on the Cayman islands. Jesse and Fi succeed by personally slick blackmailing banker George Anders. Michael contends with maternal fury over her blown-up lover and especially again being kept in the dark. Sam won't turn down a plea for help from Colombian friend Beatriz, who is sniper-targeted since she published an article on Russian oil interests. Mike helps Sam identify the sniper as Oscar Markov and works on his FSB (Russian secret service) handler Ivan Vaskov while Sam babysits Beatriz. Written by
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When the BMW pulls up to meet Fiona and Jesse, the rims have straight spokes. When Jesse and Fiona shoot up and torch the BMW in the next scene, the rims' spokes are completely different.
In addition, the car is a BMW 750iL Protection model with the bulletproof glass, which can be seen when the gets out of the car. It has a V12 engine, whereas, the car that gets shot and lit up is a BMW 740iL with a V8, and standard windows. See more
Okay, who should we call first, the drug dealers or the terrorists?
Druggies are closer.
That's true. That's true. But the terrorists are a little quicker on the trigger, don't you think?
Yeah, what's the country code for Algeria?