Rubicon (2010– )
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Gone in the Teeth 

Will suffers a shocking tragedy. While he considers leaving his job at API, he begins to uncover clues that point to a sinister conspiracy. Katherine questions her billionaire husband's unexpected suicide.







Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lauren Hodges ...
Roger Robinson ...
Joan Hadas
Barry Haight


Will Travers is an intelligence analyst and researcher. He's pretty good at his job and a bit of a loner, attributed mostly to the fact that he lost his wife and daughter in the 9/11 attacks. One day, notices a pattern in crossword puzzles. He reports it to his boss, David Hadas, who brushes him off and says his imagination is working overtime but knows more than he is letting. When Hadas is killed that night in a commuter train crash, Will is offered his position but a series of events leads him to conclude that his death wasn't an accident. Meanwhile, wealthy industrialist Tom Rhumor commits suicide by putting a gun to his head. Written by garykmcd

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13 June 2010 (USA)  »

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Will Travers: I keep up. I'll never be a legend like you.
Ed Bancroft: And what does the legend say about me?
Will Travers: You were a genius at cracking codes, until the codes cracked you like an egg.
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Written by Peter Nashel
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Atmospheric, suspenseful, and very intriguing start
23 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Pilot for Rubicon does a great job of setting the mood and the pace for the rest of the season. A word of advice though, it is a pretty slow start, but one that is crucial in the development of it's plot.

The first episode of Rubicon is carefully constructed, and it has a great eye for detail. The thing with a show like this is that it wants the viewer to wait and experience the journey that only Rubicon can offer. For one thing, the Pilot for Rubicon is only the beginning, and by no means should it be the best that it has to offer, simply because as a stand-alone episode, it is not going to attract sole attention. It does a careful job of introducing the characters that will be present throughout the series, and as it goes along in it's first season, the characters will gain a more significant storyline, as will the overall story-arc.

Gone In The Teeth is not perfect, but it does do what a Pilot is supposed to do. It is revealing to the viewer that the best is yet to come, yet still being completely interesting with it's amazing and suspenseful atmosphere and direction. In that way, the Pilot succeeds more so than most Pilots, but you have to give it time to grow, because trust me, it will.

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