The machine unusually dispenses two numbers simultaneously belonging to a husband and wife, Daniel and Sabrina Drake, who own their own small but lucrative publishing firm. Their marriage is successful, despite their differing backgrounds, Sabrina who had a privileged upbringing, while Daniel grew up in working class Flatbush. Reese and Finch believe they are the intended targets, most specifically by Maryland militia leader Wade Huggins, on whom their firm published an expose. However, they eventually learn that the Drakes are not only the targets, but they are also the perpetrators, as each has contracted a hit on the spouse. The latest issue in their now troubled marriage centers on Daniel's desire to sell controlling interest of their business, while Sabrina wants to retain control. Reese and Finch realize that they not only have to stop the respective hit men from carrying out their contracts, but have to figure out how to stop both the Drakes from wanting to kill the other. ...
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Michael Emerson, Brett Cullen, and Mark Pellegrino previously worked together in J.J. Abrams' hit series "Lost". See more
Near the ending assassins are sent to terminate the Drake's. John intervenes and defends himself against the assassin with a battery operated nail gun. He shoots the assassin without engaging the safety mechanism in the nail gun. However, the nail gun used towards the end is not battery powered but actually a compressed air-powered DeWalt nailer that can be jury-rigged to fire without the contact safety mechanism activated. See more
Your friend's wedding was yesterday. I take it you saw Olivia?
Yeah, I did. I hadn't seen Olivia since the mediation.
Did you speak with her?
I tried. You know the only thing worse than hate? Indifference. I told her so many lies over the years, I don't even remember what half of them were. The truth always catches up to you, Harold, no matter how hard you try and hide it.
One of These Mornings
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