Maggie is perilously close to losing her job for insubordination, but still manages to maneuver her way onto the flight down to Rio de Janeiro. She reflects back on the rocky path she took to land her dream job, but it's her decision to do whatever it takes to keep it that surprises even her. Meanwhile, Kate has earned her stripes as a courier, but when she is given a difficult mission involving Niko, a Yugoslavian diplomat, she's unsure how to manage the task, as she tries to juggle their deepening personal relationship with her assignment. Finally, Ginny and Dean continue to play with fire in Rio, but Ginny's game playing with both Dean and her boss and lover, a Pan Am executive, is a source of contention with Dean.
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This episode takes place in August 1963. See more
If you wanna see a more of a candid, spontaneous side of the Pan Am stewardess, you really need to see us out of uniform.
Out of uniform?
Oh, don't get ideas! I mean Rio. I've made list.
[hands it to him
Shopping, the beaches of Ipanema, botanical gardens, at night a samba, bosa nova...
You should see the one I sent Santa.
References Flying Down to Rio
Written by Joe Lervold
& Julius Robinson
Performed by Joel Evans Big Band featuring Patrick Tuzzolino
Courtesy of Position Music See more