The latest case that Reese and Finch work on will be without Finch for much as he rebuilds his computer and library from the recent threat. The next number the machine dispenses belongs to fourteen year old Darren McGrady. When Reese first investigates, he finds that Darren's older brother and legal guardian, Travis McGrady, was just murdered - shot point blank - and Darren has since escaped from the authorities as they were in the process of transferring him to Child Services. Reese quickly finds Darren, who seems to want to avenge his brother's murder on his own. Three young men are known to have killed Travis. Darren is about to shoot one of the three, Brick, when Reese and Carter apprehend Darren and Brick. While Carter deals with Brick in custody, Reese, with Darren at his side, tracks the other two, Curtis and Trim. While Darren wants Reese to take the direct approach by shooting Curtis and Trim directly, Reese believes a better solution is to look at the bigger picture of who ... Written by
Did You Know?
The entire episode is an homage to "Lone Wolf and Cub", a Japanese Manga about a disgraced Shogun who becomes a wandering Assassin who travels with his infant son as they seek revenge on their betrayers. See more
Mr. Reese is supposed to be a an ex-military ex-CIA agent. However, when Darren mentions the word "ronin", he acts as if he's never heard it before and Darren needs to explain what a ronin is. See more
Mr. Wilcox, what's this dude's superpower? He got no costume, no cape.
'Cause being a superhero's not about a cape or a cowl. It's about protecting your fellow man, looking out for him when no one else will.
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By Ramin Djawadi See more