Special Agent Donnelly has Reese, along with three other men, in seventy-two hour custody on Riker's Island. With Finch's help, Carter is in unofficial charge of helping Reese get out of custody without disclosing to Donnelly that Reese is indeed the "man in the suit" that Donnelly considers the most dangerous man on the loose. Although Carter has a plan to do so, she may find that tenacious Donnelly may not let Reese and the other three go so easily if he has not yet found out which one is the man in the suit. Meanwhile, Finch, largely with Fusco's help, is handling their next number, that of Brooklyn high school student Caleb Phipps. Caleb is an average student and comes from a poor family, living alone with his single alcoholic mother, whose drinking problem may stem from the grief over the death of Caleb's older brother, Ryan, two years earlier. Ryan, who was with Caleb at the time and who witnessed the incident, was pushed into the path of a subway train, although official ...
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Harold writes a hint for the students on the chalkboard to shortcut the unnecessary work of adding one number at a time. The hint is (100+1) x 100, which is part of Gauss' solution. See more
When Carter is walking up to the door to break into the DNA lab, she is wearing black leather gloves. When she picks the lock, she is not wearing any gloves. After she goes through the door, she is now wearing latex gloves. See more
Maybe you and I are connected. Two reckless people.
Yeah? Then what's the use? We're just gonna keep breaking things Over and over. Why not save everyone the grief?
The thing about the world is that it doesn't have any extra pieces. It's like pi: it contains everything. You remove a single piece, no circle. Your recklessness, your mistakes, are the reason why when they say, "You can't change the world." you won't listen. The world is better off with both of us in it, Caleb, rather than the ...
References Dead Poets Society