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That's What You Get for Trying to Kill Me 

Henry begins to target someone as a suspect in the disappearance of his wife Gemma and realizes he must work with Bridget to find out more information. Malcolm talks to the police about his... See full summary »

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Henry Butler
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Andrew Martin
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Agent Victor Machado
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Malcolm Ward
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Juliet Martin
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Charlie Young / John Delario
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Tyler Barrett
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Mr. Carpenter
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Detective Jimmy Kemper
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Tessa Banner
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Detective Elizabeth Saldana
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Mary Curtis
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Andrea
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Detective Towers
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Storyline

Henry begins to target someone as a suspect in the disappearance of his wife Gemma and realizes he must work with Bridget to find out more information. Malcolm talks to the police about his suspicion of Charlie, while Juliet develops an unhealthy obsession with her teacher Mr. Carpenter. Meanwhile, Agent Machado meets with an informant back in Wyoming. Written by CW Publicity

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29 November 2011 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Sarah Michelle Gellar and Amber Benson also worked together on the show Buffy - The Vampire Slayer (1997) [1999-2002] See more »

Goofs

The interior of Penn Station bears little resemblance to the actual New York Penn Station. The pristine set is more similar to New York's Grand Central Terminal. Additionally, at one point, Bridget looks out a window to ground level, while in fact the real Penn Station is underground. See more »

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Rumour Has It
Written by Adele and Ryan Tedder
Produced by Ryan Tedder
Performed by Adele
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