Reese is out of his element with their next number belonging to Graham Wyler, a seemingly straight laced family man who lives and owns his own small hardware store in suburban Far Rockaway, New York. Reese learns that surveillance in the residential suburbs is much different than it is in the city. That's why Finch sets up a cover for him as a suburban family man who moves in across the street from the Wylers. It is up to Reese to find his own "wife", who he chooses being an old friend who owes Reese, but to who the suburbs are equally as foreign. As they dig a little deeper, they learn that Graham Wyler is an assumed identity - one taken from a dead man - that Wyler's wife Connie and their teenaged daughter Izzy are probably unaware. As they discover who Graham Wyler really is, they believe his past will come back to haunt him, with Graham having the options of taking the right path to a somewhat happy ending with his family, or the wrong path into a violent life of crime. Meanwhile,...
Did You Know?
Finch talks about a break-in technique called "lock manipulation". Michael Emerson played Ben Linus in Lost, who was spent many episodes manipulating a character named "Locke". See more
When John and Zoe arrive in the suburbs, their home has a screen door and an entryway between it and the front door. A few minutes later when the neighbors arrive, both the screen door and the entryway have disappeared. See more
Connie. I was wondering if I could talk to Graham
He told me you helped him out. Didn't say how. But whatever you did...
See you're moving on.
Yep. Guy like me doesn't belong in the suburbs.
Composed by John Lee Hooker
Performed by John Lee Hooker See more