Joe Carroll gets two of his followers - both right-wing militia types who have received excellent military training - and Roderick to get his wife back to him. The FBI think their systems ... See full summary »

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Joe Carroll gets two of his followers - both right-wing militia types who have received excellent military training - and Roderick to get his wife back to him. The FBI think their systems have been hacked and now want Claire Matthews to move to a new location. She refuses to do so without first speaking to Ryan who arrives just before Carroll's men attack. Ryan and Claire escape and make their way to the home of Ryan's best friend, Tyson, a former FBI agent who is now in the witness protection program. They prepare for battle. At the house meanwhile, Jacob is having some difficulty reconnecting with Emma. Joe asks him to make up with her and gives it another chance. H eventually lets her know just how he feels. Written by garykmcd

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This episode guest stars Tom Pelphrey and Mike Colter, who starred in the two Marvel/Netflix series "Iron Fist," and "Luke Cage," respectively, which exist in the same universe. "The Following" also stars Jessica Stroup, who stars as Pelphrey's sister in "Iron Fist." See more »

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Inerstate 31 does not run through Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, so there is no way that there could be a cell tower located there. See more »

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References The Notebook (2004) See more »

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Hate when it's just silly
4 April 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

A US Marshal is under attack in a hotel room. He pulls his gun out ready for the gunmen. He stands behind the door while the gunmen standing in front of the door try to use the room key. Both gunmen are CLEARLY in front of the door. From looking at the previous video feed from the security cameras, you would also know they both stand in front of the door. Instead of doing something like I don't know, shoot them through the door, the US Marshal stands there waiting for them to come in. The gunmen then shoot the door and kill the US Marshal. This is just an insult to the intelligence of the US Marshals. As if they would have been this careless. When shows are this ridiculous, it just ruins it.


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