The machine dispenses five numbers belonging to the five biggest Italian mafia bosses in the city, including Moretti's son and Elias' half brother, Gianni Moretti, Jr. Reese and Finch surmise that their numbers can only mean that Elias is targeting the five, he planning to consolidate their operations under his leadership. Because Elias is involved, they want to inform Carter, but she still is not taking their calls. Meanwhile, Carter learns that a bank account they are tracking that is believed to belong to Elias has just been drained of all its money - $4 million - with the transfers made to several unknown sources. She too surmises that the five mafia kingpins are being targeted by Elias, with the money going to Elias' associates for their parts in taking out the kingpins. Carter plans on taking the five into protective custody whether they like it or not. The race becomes who can get to the five first. Through the process, Carter learns that her job is made all the more difficult ...
Did You Know?
According to the bank statement, the events in this episode start on April 3. The episode ends on April 5, the same day as the original airdate. See more
At 42:01 Carl Elias gives his birth date as August 18, 1965, and previously states his mother was killed when he was 4 years old. However, in Person of Interest: The Fix
Marlene Elias was said to have been killed in 1973. For Elias to have been 4 in 1973 is impossible unless he were born somewhere between late 1968 to 1969. See more
I don't know, Finch. We could let the trash take out the trash...
I know they encouraged a certain moral flexibility when you worked at the CIA, but I like to think we're reaching for a higher standard! In any case, we need to consider the collateral damage.
So we're going to babysit the five most powerful criminals in New York.
Ne me Quitte pas
Music by Jacques Brel
Lyrics by Jacques Brel
Performed by Nina Simone See more