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When Brian goes to the police to expose Duncan and his team, he decides against telling the truth after Burton shows up and shows him evidence of Ellen and Duncan getting close. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »

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Dr. Ellen Sanders
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Brian Sanders
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Kramer Daly
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Sandrine Renault
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Archer Petit
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Morgan Sanders
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Jake Sanders
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Detective Miller
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Duncan Carlisle
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Vanessa Moore
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Burton Delaney
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Lynn Shipley
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Nina
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Logan
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When Brian goes to the police to expose Duncan and his team, he decides against telling the truth after Burton shows up and shows him evidence of Ellen and Duncan getting close. Meanwhile, Duncan's trip to New York City puts a snag in the plans to take out the President. Written by Anonymous

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1.12 ****
11 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The twists just don't stop in this very entertaining series. The sister-in-law of President Kincaid is a shrew if ever there were one. She plots with her black army boyfriend for him to be nominated as vice president, while in reality she wants that job. She is now starting to get people in the conspiracy of being suspicious of that army man. There is always plenty of intrigue here.

Ellen gets to remember how it feels when she saves a guy who shot a cop in an emergency surgery.

The McDermott character, suspicious of his female conspirator, purposely lies, even if it means the death of his friend, a government agent, to test the lady.

This is becoming surreal and a chilling experience when viewed. Very fine show.


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