With Samaritan up and running, it is a new reality for Reese, Finch, Shaw, Root and even Bear, who are on Samaritan's top five most wanted list, and thus are in hiding of sorts. Finch's Machine has manufactured undercover "day" jobs for each, Finch's which is close to his own mentality, while Reese and Shaw's are somewhat more surprising for different reasons. Root tries to explain to Shaw that these jobs, however inappropriate they may seem on the surface, were chosen by the Machine for a reason. When the Machine contacts Reese and Shaw with a new number, Reese is prepared to continue with their old work. Logistically it is a little more difficult for Shaw to take time away from her day job. But Finch is a little more difficult to convince, he believing that their work with the Machine has resulted in more direct deaths than the number of lives that they have saved. Regardless, they all realize that if they do go back into business, the likelihood that Samaritan will find them will ... Written by
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I wonder if our fine Senator has become more of a problem than asset. One that needs to be eliminated.
[On phone screen
And what about Harold Finch and his associates?
Oh, that's unlike you. Still, I'm sure whatever rock they decide to hide under, we'll find them as soon as they emerge.
References Miami Vice
I'd Love to Change the World
Written by Alvin Lee
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