A tech billionaire's erratic behavior threatens to destroy his business empire, which may mean one of his subordinates wants to put an end to him, if one of the many competitors he's crushed doesn't do it first.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Justin Ogilvie
Jeremy Campbell
Emily Morton
Sinclair Melborne
Paul Schoeffler ...
Ben Kamin
Cynthia Kamin
Richard Grant
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The next number Reese and Finch work on is that of Logan Pierce, a self-made billionaire, whose social networking website, friendczar.com, which he founded and still operates with his best friend and partner, Justin Ogilvie, is going public in 72 hours. This IPO has the potential to be the largest in history. Reese and Finch believe Pierce is the intended target as his reckless and win-at-all-cost mentality has resulted in him making many enemies. These potential enemies include competitors, all of whom friendczar has crushed many in immoral ways, and his own company colleagues who feel that he is too reckless to be an effective CEO and is thus a liability. Reese quickly learns that it will be not easy to follow Pierce as he lives by his own rules, which is made all the more easy for Pierce by his extreme wealth. As such, Reese decides a different than traditional tact is required to protect Pierce. But Reese and Finch also realize that being a wealthy computer expert, Pierce has the ... Written by Huggo

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7 February 2013 (USA)  »

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Harold Finch: [Posing as a dry-cleaner] I guess you ran out of clean suits.
Logan Pierce: Yeah. I'm actually more of a jeans and t-shirt kind of guy. I only have one suit. A good suit is like the perfect woman. Once you find the right one nothing else will do.
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Interesting character
12 February 2013 | by (Roseville, Minnesota, USA) – See all my reviews

I couldn't disagree more about the other reviews of this episode. It brought in a new, vibrant, quirky, not unsympathetic character. The episode suggests that we're likely to see more of Logan Pierce. I, for one, would look forward to it. The episode was energetic and refreshing, bringing to an end the Donnelly sequence, that I found overextended.

This show never disappoints, even when they go a bit over the top (two bomb vests?! C'mon.). This episode had a wisecracky kind of humor that was a departure from the stolid punning that Reese and Finch indulge in. The revenge fantasy motif never seems to grow old, does it? Any show that sticks with and uses a character like Lionel Fusco long enough to make him sympathetic is worth watching.

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