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The Devil's Share 

The team seeks justice for Carter's murder, but Finch realizes that one person may go too far in the battle against HR. Meanwhile, NYPD officer Patrick Simmons' number comes up.

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US Marshal (as Shawn T. Andrew)
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Ready Team One (as Regi Huc)
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The team is grieving there team member's murder and Reese's serious wounding by Officer Patrick Simmons, who is on the run and wanted by the authorities. He is also being hunted by the Russians, who now feel betrayed by HR. Reese, who should be in the hospital and who may die if he doesn't receive proper medical attention, and Shaw decide to go rogue and go after Simmons individually through whichever HR members are still out there. Finch and Fusco are able to locate Shaw, who knows that they will not be able to do the same with Reese. The only person who may know where Simmons is is Quinn, who is being held in FBI custody at an unknown location. Shaw knows that there is one person who may be able to locate Reese through Quinn: Root. Finch has to decide if he can trust Root in order to save Reese. Others on the team may have their own ideas of how best to find Reese, and deal with both Quinn and Simmons if they can be located. Written by Huggo

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The song listened at the beginning of the chapter is "Hurt" it was written for Trent Reznor while he was leading the band "Nine inch nails" . Here it is performed for Johnny Cash, it is its latest success before he passed away. See more »

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Reese shows Simmons' picture to the man in the burning car. When shown facing Reese over the man's shoulder, Reese is holding the picture from the top. When the angle switches to behind Reese, he is holding it from the bottom. When he turns to leave, his body movements are out of sync between the angles. See more »

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QMI Manager: We need to discuss the Loftin case.
Sameen Shaw: Caucasian male, 83, presented with acute pneumonia.
QMI Manager: I know the case, Dr. Shaw. I also know about your interaction with the Loftin family. You walked into the waiting room eating an energy bar and proceeded to tell the Loftin family that their father was dead.
Sameen Shaw: Because he was.
QMI Manager: And, presumably, you were hungry. You managed to revive Mr. Loftin four times. You went to truly heroic measures to save their father, and yet, all the Loftin family will remember is the ...
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Crazy Credits

Not only is the title sequence absent, but there isn't even a title card at any point. The reason? There is no "Person of Interest" in this episode. See more »

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Hurt
Written by Trent Reznor
Performed by Johnny Cash
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"That was kinda hot" (Shahi to Acker) ****BEST TV EVER!****
6 February 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

"Just when I think life with you people couldn't get any weirder, one of you takes it to the next level." (dialog, Chapman)

Not merely the best episode of the series to date but one of the best TV hours ever produced in the history of the medium, (and this reviewer has been watching since the 1950s) Technically perfect, from the fast-open to the wonderful cameo by Enrico Colantoni as Elias at the end.

Special mention to Kevin Chapman for stealing his scenes and revealing a new aspect of his character never seen before.

Basically flawless. Not surprised to see Nolan "hisself" has a co-writing credit. (Reminds me of the best Buffy episodes, they always showed Whedon as a co-writer.)

Here is the thing, while every producer WANTS to take his or her show to the next level, few make the journey successfully.

This is the exception that proves the rule.

Finally we have the pairing that the writers had been teasing us about for some time: (ORIGINAL TEAM) - (CARTER) + (ROOT) Not counting Bear (part of the original team, works literally for table scraps) and The Machine (talks only to Root).

Watched it several times, and could not find any way to improve on it.

Something rare and special -- perfect television, as an art form.

If you are reading this review before you see the show, congratulations, You just hit paydirt.


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