With some hesitancy, Carter re-enters life with Reese and Finch, in part because she feels her police work may be in jeopardy since she doesn't know who in the force she can trust, with Fusco at the top of that list. Reese believes that it still is not the time to tell either Carter or Fusco of their relationships. Regardless, Carter is in place for work on the next number, that belonging to armored car security guard Tommy Clay, who they believe is the intended victim. Reese's belief of Tommy being victim is strengthened by seeing, while Reese works under him on the three person team, that the team is ill prepared if an attack was to happen on their vehicle. Reese is only half right. He and Finch will have to uncover Tommy's hidden relationships to find out who was responsible for the hit, which works its way back to Carter and Fusco's continuing problems. Meanwhile, flashbacks show Reese on his last job in 2010 with the CIA, which explain why Snow is so eager to find Reese now.
Did You Know?
When Reese and Stanton are in Ordos, they are marked as threats by the Machine. See more
When Fusco is talking to Reece on his cellphone, his Movado "Museum" watch is upside-down (i.e., the dot is in the six o'clock position, instead of the twelve o'clock position where it's supposed to be). See more
I wasn't supposed to help Tommy. I was supposed to stop him.
Detective Joss Carter
Yeah, well, most inside jobs, guy leaves a door open, takes a cut. Guy comes out blasting like this, he better have a well thought-out exit strategy.
Written by Unkle
, Richard Ashcroft
and Wil Malone
Performed by Unkle
feat. Richard Ashcroft See more