In the 1960s, two Russian KGB agents were trained and set up as 'sleepers', the inconspicuous all-American Jennings couple Philip and Elisabeth, along with their unsuspecting kids Henry and Paige. Now, they must prevent the defection of KGB agent Nikolai Timoshev, formerly one of their abusive instructors, whom they manage to kidnap. By coincidence, their new neighbor is FBI agent Stan Beeman. Loyalties are tested among the spouses and by KGB general Vijktor Zhukov, who promises the Jennings a small fortune if they allow him to defect. Written by
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At the very first scene one can see the car Philip drives with the wounded resident in the back seats. The miles on the odometer of the car is set at 6-6-6. See more
One of the characters asks another if he works "in the city". Generally everyone there refers to Washington, DC as "the district". See more
The mission comes first.
Referenced in The Americans: Immersion
Written by Myles Goodwyn
Performed by April Wine See more