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Milton Bobbit (No. 135) 

Now aware that Tom is not whom he pretends to be, Liz uses a case to distract the team as she investigates her husband's true intentions.

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Milton Bobbit
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Danny Moss
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Christopher Maly / Craig Keen
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Mitchell Travers
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Now aware that Tom is not whom he pretends to be, Liz uses a case to distract the team as she investigates her husband's true intentions.

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Goofs

Red tells Elizabeth that "Yesterday in Brooklyn a taxi drove into the back of a truck under the 86th Street "L" train." The train that runs on 86th Street is the "F" train. See more »

Quotes

Elizabeth Keen: What?
Dembe: This paint. What color is it?
Elizabeth Keen: It's called Chicago Skyline.
Dembe: [scoffs] Nice.
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References The Joy of Painting (1983) See more »

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I'm Sorry, But I'm Beginning To Hate Your Face
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Performed by Eagle Seagull
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31 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well The plot as always seems to thicken. What a weaved web of deception. Every answer seems to lead to more questions. I never knew or experienced a show more like a game of chess. Is Red the grand deceiver? Is Lizzy just being sucked in by Red? Was Tom the facilitator? What twists and turns will this show take? Is my contemplation just a reflection of what the writers want the audience to perceive? Will I solve the master mystery? I truly never have a experienced a more convoluted plot in all my years of watching television. The writers are superb yet I wonder if I should just take the show at face value as the characters many times must do. Will Red be the hero the good guy or is he truly the most evil one in the history of evil? Perhaps Tom truly is the evil one? Does anybody know want to know or should we just watch? Your guess is as good as mine.


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