While Mike gets deeper into Bello's organization by trying to convince him to hire him as his bodyguard, Briggs and Charlie resume their former identities as a sexually-charged couple to get intel on a mysterious drug supplier called Odin from a drug dealer names Quinn.



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Episode cast overview:
... Agent Paul Briggs
... Agent Mike Warren
... Agent Catherine 'Charlie' DeMarco
... Agent Joe 'Johnny' Tuturro
... Agent Paige Arkin
... Jeremiah Bello
... Abby
... Whistler
... Juan Badillo
Arturo Rossi ... Quinn
... Randall
Amy LoCicero ... Marsha (as Amy Locicero)
... Seth


Clever, unshakable Mike's Marine character's apparent truthfulness seems to win Nigerian mob lord Bello's complete confidence;, enough to postulate as his 'bodyguard' and peek into his agenda, featuring a code word Paul recognizes as a major Gualajara drug cartel project. Addicted informer Whistler dies from OD while introducing Paul and DEA team to paranoid major supplier Odin, yet Charlie lets him dare her to inject herself with his heroin. Mike demands that his secret FBI HQ handler explains why super-efficient Paul, whom he saw do nothing wrong, is under investigation- presumed systematic skinning of confiscated heroine. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Drama






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11 July 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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