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Next One's on Me, Blondie 

Ellen meets Nasim Marwat, the son of Chris' Afghan contact. Erickson decides to torture Chris for information about the possibility of an intelligence breach. Patty discovers important ... See full summary »

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Patty Hewes
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Jerry Boorman
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Chris Sanchez
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Anthony Carter
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Deniece Parsons
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Sean Everett
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Ellen meets Nasim Marwat, the son of Chris' Afghan contact. Erickson decides to torture Chris for information about the possibility of an intelligence breach. Patty discovers important information that High Star extracts terror suspects for the CIA and recruits her mentor Bill Herndon (Judd Hirsch) to investigate the company. Written by Anonymous

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The writer of this episode, Joe Weisberg, is the creator and executive producer of another FX drama, The Americans. See more »

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When I Am Through With You
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A Study in Hypocrisy
16 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

John Goodman's Erickson is portrayed as the ultimate hypocrite. Or is he? He espouses patriotism while performing acts of torture and death. He pontificates in church in front of his four boys. His reasoning. If the truth comes out, he will not get funding to continue with his actions. I guess some think this is showing America in a bad light. Well, if this were what America does, then so be it. I choose to think that these aberrant sociopaths are not what this country represents. He does not hesitate to torture a man who did everything for him to save his own butt. I don't want to get on a soapbox, but as a work of fiction (which this is) we see the worst of humanity portrayed.


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