Finch's recent abduction and captivity by Root has affected his psyche, which may or may not be helped by adjusting to life with his new roommate. Despite Finch's problems, the machine still dispenses numbers, the latest being for twenty-one year old Sofia Campos, the daughter of Brazilian diplomat and aspiring Brazilian presidential candidate, Hector Campos. Following Sofia may be Reese's biggest challenge to date, as she is a smart but spoiled young woman with a mind of her own who dislikes the overly protected life of a diplomat and potential presidential candidate's daughter. She would rather go shopping on her own, or clubbing or hanging out with her friends, most specifically her best girlfriend Gabi, and her American boyfriend, Jack Hughes, of whose existence her protective father is unaware. Reese figures the best way to stay close to Sofia is to get a job as her bodyguard. As Sofia tries to lose Reese at every turn, she may inadvertently set herself up to that unknown threat,... Written by
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Finch is seen looking at an online article in The New York Ledger, which is the newspaper of choice for many fictional shows set in NYC. See more
When Reese returns the wallets he stole, he starts with the black guy, then the the white guy sitting to Reese right. But before this occurs, the camera behind Reese focuses on the white guy to Reese left, who pats his coat to search for his wallet, yet moments later, his hands are in his lap again. See more
You know, you don't write. You don't call. I mean, I'm a big guy, but I am sensitive.
It's good to talk to you too, Detective. Is our friend safe?
A target-rich environment. Lots of people.
That's why I've accessed the museum's security cameras, and having seen the kitchen, I'd advise you to stay away from the shrimp puffs.
[Fusco spits out the one he was eating
She's Long Gone
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