When Moretti gets released from prison, Carter and Mr. Reese team up to protect him from Elias. Meanwhile, Finch's new number is an eight-months old baby girl, whose mother has just been murdered.



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Adnan Petrosian
Nurse Abbott
Nicola Petrosian
Dr. Marcus Adalian
Bradley Petrosian


In an on-going case, Reese accompanies Carter when mob boss and Elias' father Gianni Moretti is released from prison. Carter wants to offer Moretti police protection as they are all aware that Elias is out to kill him. Regardless, Finch has another number in hand, the number only issued two months earlier to a Leila Smith. He surmises that Leila is either a recent immigrant or obtained the number through identity fraud. Finch is wrong on both counts: Leila is a six-month old safe haven baby whose parents are unknown, and who obtained her social security number through one of the attending nurses at the medical clinic where she is currently residing. That nurse wanted Leila to have an identity despite her situation. Reese and Finch track down who they believe is Leila's single mother, but the identity of the father requires further investigation. They believe the father has to do with recent sizable donations to the medical clinic, which they learn was made by Petrosian Construction, a... Written by Huggo

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8 March 2012 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Finch uses the name "Dr. Tillman" at the hospital. Dr. Megan Tillman was a previous number Finch and Reese received in the episode Cura Te Ipsum (1x04). See more »


After the shootout at the handover to the Mexicans, when Reese is carrying Baby Leila away, the crying baby sound has been dubbed over the visuals. There's a small moment where you can see the baby's mouth is closed. See more »


Harold Finch: [after the baby was found playing with a grenade] I told you to move your arsenal!
John Reese: I was going to...
Harold Finch: When? After the whole place was blown up? You know how I feel about guns! This really isn't working... one of us always being here - minding the baby!
John Reese: Well, you're the one who stole her...
Harold Finch: Thanks for reminding me of that!
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Great episode
10 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was one of the best episodes of the series, really great television. It was complex, with two main story lines and a half a dozen or more sub-plots, all smoothly interwoven. Twists and turns. Great pacing. Exciting but not crowded or rushed. A baby is kidnapped, and more or less unrelated to that, a crime boss is released from prison, and his life is threatened. I won't say more, except that every character in the episode is tested and strained almost to the breaking point. It was great to see a wider range of emotions than usual in the two male leads, Caviezal and Emerson. Just a great script. I'm going to follow the writer's credits and look for more that he or she has done. And, as a Veronica Mars fan, it's great to see Enrico Colantoni in this.

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