Reese and Finch will need all the help they can get with their latest number, a young woman by the name of Caroline Turing, whose specialty as a therapist is to counsel high powered clients who expect and require complete discretion. They quickly learn that she is the intended victim as Fusco informs them that HR has entered into a lucrative contract funded by an unknown person or organization to take her out. Because of the mysterious nature of Caroline's clients, one of whom they believe is funding the assassination attempt, Finch and Reese call in an old friend whose own sources may provide greater information on those mysterious clients. The cat and mouse game begins to get multi-layered. As Reese and Finch try to get Caroline to safety, they are tracked by both HR who is after Caroline, and the FBI, with Carter's knowledge, who is after Reese. Added to the mix is someone from Finch's past, who, unknown to him, is trying to locate him. Through the process, Carter and Fusco come to... Written by
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The name of character Caroline Turing may be a reference to the "Turing Test," an evaluation of a machine's ability to exhibit behavior indistinguishable from a human. See more
When Finch has activated the program that blocks all unauthorized access to the cell phone towers it is stated that only one number is authorized. That number belongs to Finch. However minutes later we see Carter and Fusco both using their cell phones. While Fusco is calling Finch which could be authorized, Carter calls Reese who is not authorized. We have not seen the program being switched off in the intervening time. See more
Detective Lionel Fusco
You can't trust us, how are we supposed to trust you?
Trust is complicated, Lionel. For example, I'm sitting in a police car with one cop who tried to murder me and another who spent six months trying to lock me up. So you'll forgive me if I take things one step at a time.