In Plain Sight (2008–2012)
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Horst Vanderhoff, who reportedly works for a high-priced contract killer, gets popped by the F.B.I. negotiating a hit. With promises of delivering the boss, Lola, he goes into Witsec. While... See full summary »

Director:

Bryan Spicer

Writers:

David Maples (creator), Constance M. Burge
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Mary McCormack ... Mary Shannon
Frederick Weller ... Marshall Mann
Nichole Hiltz ... Brandi Shannon
Lesley Ann Warren ... Jinx Shannon
Dave Foley ... Horst Vanderhof
Christopher Stanley ... Joe
Paul Ben-Victor ... Stan McQueen
D'Nette Pennington D'Nette Pennington ... Wife
Matthew Page ... Husband (as Matthew Daniel Page)
Dean Squibb Dean Squibb ... Jeweler
Dan Gerrity Dan Gerrity ... Driver
Frederic Doss Frederic Doss ... Guard #1 (as Fredric Doss)
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Horst Vanderhoff, who reportedly works for a high-priced contract killer, gets popped by the F.B.I. negotiating a hit. With promises of delivering the boss, Lola, he goes into Witsec. While transporting Horst, Mary and Marshall are ambushed in the middle of nowhere, Marshall is shot, but they manage to force the would-be killers to retreat. Finding an abandoned building, they take cover and prepare to defend themselves when the assassins return at nightfall to finish the job. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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TV-PG
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Goofs

The assassin character played by Dave Foley incorrectly uses an asthma inhaler twice. The mouthpiece of the inhaler is as it comes out of the box - upside down. To disperse the medicine, one must take the mouthpiece off and insert the other end onto the inhaler bottle so the medicine can be sprayed. See more »

Quotes

Mary Shannon: Give me the keys! I'm driving.
Marshall Mann: Don't drive like you stole it.
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Soundtracks

Lola
(uncredited)
Written by Ray Davies
Performed by The Kinks
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Love the show! Shoot-out was poorly staged, though.
28 July 2008 | by DixiedevSee all my reviews

First of all, I really love this new show. I've yet to miss an episode, and don't plan to. I was, however, blown away (no pun intended) with disbelief by the staging of a shootout between the marshals and two thugs. (I'm trying not to be too descriptive of the scene, because I absolutely despise user reviews that are basically just a detailed plot summary/synopsis with an "I think" tossed in somewhere to pass it off as a comment, posting it here instead of where it belongs... it happens endlessly... but I digress, and I'm done with that little soap-box... lol).

When shooting at two standing targets and a car fifteen or so feet away, how does a trained officer always manage to not hit anything for the first two or three clips? Are all bad-guys just better shots? Empty guns which are locked open in the ready-to-load position, don't keep firing ammo no matter how many times you pull the trigger, and people don't usually keep pointing them, pretending like they are. Heck, even prop guns have been known to recoil and eject spent cartridges when you actually do pull the trigger to fire the blanks. And don'tcha just love it when an untouched car has over thirty bullets holes in it... ten shots later, or you can fall face first into the dirt without getting dirty.

Not to mention, that everyone with a bullet hole in the shoulder will use that arm to pull themselves up off the ground, then hold that arm up to shoot with. No problem, though, 'cause it isn't bleeding anyway.

The actors were great, the scene was intense, but as so typical of Hollywood-type shoot outs... give me a break!


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Language:

English

Release Date:

22 June 2008 (USA) See more »

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