Detective Carter and Mr. Reese go to Texas to look into Root's past. Root shows to Finch that the people who bought his Machine are evil. Mr. Reese finally finds Finch.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sheriff Landry (as Loudon Wainwright)
Jeremy Kushnier ...
Cody Grayson
Hanna Frey
Trent Russell


While Reese leaves his newly acquired dog, Bear, with Fusco who will continue to investigate Alicia Corwin's death in New York, Reese and Carter head to Bishop, Texas to follow a lead about Root, and hopefully a still alive Finch who also hopefully did not need to divulge how to access the machine to Root in order to stay alive. Reese believes that Root's real name is Hanna Frey, who went missing in 1991 at age fourteen. In the eyes of the authorities, Hanna, who spent the evening at the library the night she went missing and was reported to have gotten into a man's car after her stint at the library, is presumed dead. Reese and Carter manage to speak to many of the still alive players associated with Hanna or that evening, including Hanna's father, Barb Russell the librarian, Sheriff Landry, and Cody Grayson, a boy at the library that night who is a suspect in Hanna's disappearance since he had previously followed her home. The information they are able to collect - including from ... Written by Huggo

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4 October 2012 (USA)  »

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Root: Oh, Harold, generous to a fault. Always letting someone else take credit for your work. I'd recognize your code anywhere. It's so elegant.
Harold Finch: Then let it be.
Root: I told you, I don't want to control your machine.
Harold Finch: Then why are we here?
Root: We're here to observe another kind of code. The bad code.
Harold Finch: Clearly, we differ in our views of humanity.
Root: Do we? Then why are you; the father of a seismic shift in intelligence; forced to live in fear and anonymity?
Harold Finch: You don't know anything about me.
Root: Oh, but I do, Harold. ...
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