Annie tries to reach out and protect a mother and son after the son uncovers a coded IRA message.


(as Felix Alcala)


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Shaun Austin-Olsen ...
Stu (as Gabriel Grey)
Joe Sacco ...
Detective #1
Richard Ausar Stewart ...
Detective #2 (as Richard Stewart)
Brad Borbridge ...


Being the new girl in the CIA's Domestic Protection Division, Annie gets the jobs nobody else wants, like doing lunch runs and debriefing the crazy "walk-ins." But after a woman and her son bring Annie evidence of an active IRA group in the United States, Annie finds herself in a race to find them before the cell silences them permanently. Written by USA Publicity

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20 July 2010 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The episode is named after a song by Led Zeppelin. See more »


The show is set in the US, with part of the episode supposedly being in Bethesda, MD, however in the city shots, banners advertising an event have a .ca (Canadian) web address, which shows that the show is shot in a Canadian city. See more »


Annie Walker: Mingus box set? Headphones? You're not quitting, are you?
Auggie Anderson: Don't get your hopes up. The entire DPD is moving into a brand new, state of the art "welcome to the twenty-first century ten years too late" facility.
Annie Walker: Today? I didn't get the memo.
Auggie Anderson: Well, that's because you weren't here three years ago when they actually did send out a memo saying that we were moving in a week. Got to love bureaucracy.
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IRA planning to bomb the USA???
31 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While very entertaining, the episode shows an egregious lack of understanding of the complexities of the IRA. Seriously? The IRA (which officially ended its armed campaign in 2005)wanting to bomb American sites? Really? Were they thinking RIRA, CIRA, INLA...,even then, it doesn't make sense. While one can enjoy the premise of the show, let's not be ignorant and stupid here producers and writers.

Plausibility is a real issue with this show, and it must be addressed by the producers. There is a great premise, kick-ass action scenes, and it is great to see a woman in such a strong role. The acting is very good, and the production is top notch. The stories need to be a bit more plausible though, even if they need to make up fake terrorist groups, rather than inserting known ones into an unrealistic situation.

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