Protecting the latest number that the machine dispenses will be difficult for Reese and Finch because of the large number of potential perpetrators of the crime due to the enemies she's acquired through her work. She is investigative New York Journal reporter Maxine Angelis, who has a bulldog mentality when it comes to getting the story. She is working on three stories concurrently, each which have its potential perpetrators. The first is illegal campaign fund-raising for current New York City councilor and mayoral candidate Ed Griffin, who is running against idealistic district attorney Landon Walker. The second is uncovering the head of HR, which has several New York City police, formerly including Fusco, in its back pocket. This aspect of the case places Fusco in a difficult position in his current role as Reese's inside man into HR. She gets an anonymous tip that the head of HR may be Christopher Zambrano, the son of a mafia don, a lead which she follows relentlessly. And third, ...
Did You Know?
A "Lede" is a journalistic term for the opening paragraphs of a story. It is deliberately misspelled so that it won't be confused with the word "lead" (pronounced as "led"), a term used for the spacing between lines of text. See more
The dating profile Finch set up for Reese so he could get close to Maxine says his astrological sign is Aries, however in "Many Happy Returns" (Season 1, Episode 21) we learn that his birthday is either April 24 or May 1 (conflicting sources within the same episode). Either way, this would make Reese a Taurus. See more
New cuff links I could understand, but buying a $100,000 sports car? Was that really necessary?
Relax, Finch. The car's stolen.
What's Become Of My Heart
Written by Joe Lervold
and Scott Nickoley
Performed by The Joel Evans Quartet
Courtesy of MasterSource See more