After Amador's murder the FBI begins a massive manhunt for the killer. When they start closing in on Gregory, the KGB decides to send him to Moscow. Despite Elizabeth's best efforts he refuses to go, even if it means his life.

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After Amador's murder the FBI begins a massive manhunt for the killer. When they start closing in on Gregory, the KGB decides to send him to Moscow. Despite Elizabeth's best efforts he refuses to go, even if it means his life.

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During the raid on Gregory's apartment the SWAT team can be seen wearing modern tactical gear including PASGT (Kevlar) helmets which, at the time, were just being introduced to the US military and would not have been in use by local SWAT teams yet. See more »

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Referenced in The Americans: Dinner for Seven (2016) See more »

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To Love Somebody
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Written by Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb
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10 November 2015 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

I'm in two camps about this show. I'm enjoying it and will continue following it - but it does lag a bit sometimes and the 'reality' factor is a little lacking. I really enjoy all of the actors who are in the show and I am fascinated by the historical period in which it is set.

The ending was a little depressing and I definitely had a few tears in my eyes as Gregory 'took one for the team'. I like to think that in the same situation I would have taken the trip to Moscow (though I was thinking at the time 'does anyone ever get there - look at what happened to the unsuspecting girlfriend in an earlier episode).

The best part however, was when Stan turns up to the motel room and he's carrying a six-pack of beer, a reference to Noah Emmerich's character 'Marlon' on the Truman Show.

I'm not sure if it was intended, but it was understated and well- played if it was.


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