The latest number that the machine dispenses belongs to Michael Cahill, who on the surface is an unassuming and upstanding but solitary citizen, which masks the fact of being involved in a major smuggling ring led by a man named Neil Vargas. Members of the ring will not hesitate to kill if anyone gets in their way. Reese quickly infiltrates the smuggling ring as one of their own. But when Reese follows Cahill away from the group, Reese finds that he is really Daniel Tully, husband, father and undercover cop, who is deep undercover. Tully could have long ago put Vargas away, but is waiting to nab the true ringleader, a man going by the code name L.O.S. Reese also learns that Vargas probably has a connection working inside the police force. While Finch gets Carter to provide information on the police workings of undercover cops, Reese gets Fusco to re-establish his connections with the dirty cops to flush out Vargas' connection inside. If anything goes wrong, it could mean the demise of... Written by
Did You Know?
A song is played in the background of a scene between John and Fusco in the episode "Blue Code", S1E15. It's called "If I Had A Heart" by a Swedish recording artist, Fever Ray. It is now played during the opening credits of the History Channel's "Vikings". See more
What did I tell you, John?
You told me to get a drink.
And of the 8 million people you could be drinking with in New York City, you just happened to pick the one who's married to your ex?
References The Lone Ranger
If I Had a Heart
Performed by Fever Ray See more