Rubicon: Season 1, Episode 7

The Truth Will Out (5 Sep. 2010)

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A security lockdown is imposed on API by the FBI and everyone must undergo a polygraph test. Will sees something of interest in Spangler's (MICHAEL CRISTOFER) office.

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A security lockdown is imposed on API by the FBI and everyone must undergo a polygraph test. Will sees something of interest in Spangler's (MICHAEL CRISTOFER) office.

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Wonderfully executed...
6 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Truth Will Out, the 7th episode of the series, takes a step back from the overall mystery to reveal that there is a 'leak' who is passing out information at API. The characters are all examined with polygraph tests and some of the characters prove that there is more to them that can be seen. I thought the episode was brilliantly executed and it gives the characters at API more meaning and it keeps building them up. By this point, the writers can guarantee that the audiences are not only invested in the overall mystery plot, but in the characters as well. Kudos to everyone involved and hope the series continues this stride that keeps it affecting and engaging.


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