Because it's Reese's birthday and because there are no new numbers, Finch gives Reese the day off. However, there is a new number that Finch believes would not be a good case for Reese to work on, since it may hit a little too close to home regarding the nature of the death of his ex-girlfriend, Jessica Arndt. Reese is aware of Finch's motives. That number belongs to Karen Garner, who Finch is pretty sure is the victim. He is certain that Karen Garner is an assumed name and that she is on the run from someone, probably a violent boyfriend or husband. The case does hit home for Reese who decides to take matters into his own hands much like he would have handled the situation if the woman was Jessica. This situation doesn't sit well with Carter, who has been asked by FBI Agent Donnelly to assist in the investigation on Reese and finding his DNA at a past crime scene in New Rochelle, that crime scene being the death of Jessica's husband, Peter Arndt. Finch encourages Carter to join that ... Written by
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In the TV series The Prisoner starring Patrick McGoohan, there is also an episode called "Many Happy Returns" (Season 1 Episode 6). In it, Number 6 is allowed to believe that he has escaped and returned to London. After being returned, he discovers that he was allowed to leave because it was his birthday. In Person of Interest, Jim Caviezel's character is also granted a reprieve on his birthday. Before POI, Caviezel also played the character "Number 6" in the remake of "The Prisoner" as well. See more
It is Mr. Reese's birthday, which at the end of the episode his military record shows as being May 1st. But when he looks at his phone, the date says April 24th. See more
Detective Joss Carter
You listed her cause of death as Blunt force trauma to the head and a broken neck. Could someone suffer those kinds of injuries if the car's front and side air bags deployed?
Not likely, but a body is, uh, subjected to extreme forces in a crash like that
Detective Joss Carter
Is it possible she could have had these injuries before the accident?
Detective, I don't know what cases you're used to seeing down in Manhattan, but up here, car crashes account for most of my business. Just because something's possible ...
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