A Congressman planning to run for the Senate, is worried someone might uncover dirt that would embarrass his family. Sean identifies the likely muckraker, but when she is murdered, they then have to find out who is behind her murder.

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Sean and Michelle are hired by Congressman Brady Ritter, son the Vice Presidential candidate who was assassinated on Sean's watch. He's now running for Senate and wants to find the blogger who has been writing articles about him and his family. Sean is more than a bit uncomfortable working for Ritter but the Congressman assigns no blame for his father's death. It take them little time to find that the blogger known as the Madam Beltway is actually Angela Miller but they no sooner find that she is killed. Finding her source is the next step but Sean and Michelle have to move quickly if they're to find him before the assassin does. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama

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15 July 2013 (USA)  »

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When Michelle jokingly says,"You're a sexy man. Jerry. Not sure how I can keep my hands off you," this is meant to be an inside joke, as Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell have been married since 2007. See more »

Goofs

When the hit man grabs the woman entering the restroom, he points his knife at her with the back of his hand facing up. When the shot is back on him after showing Maxwell pointing her gun at him he's holding the knife with the back of his hand facing down. See more »

Quotes

Sean King: Edgar, can you hack into this site?
Edgar Roy: Yes
Sean King: Fantastic!
[Edgar doesn't do anything]
Sean King: Will you?
Edgar Roy: No! US DOJ ccip section 31-20. It's against the law, Sean!
Sean King: Well then, I guess we'll have to do this the old fashion way
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