Moscow finds Colonel Rennhull's military secrets valuable enough to order accepting his offer at any risk. At the same time, the spies couple must pick up the cording from the bug in defense secretary Weinberg's home, the actual FBI set-up. They argue who should get the kids if the other is arrested, but even after their supervisor gets the resident to cancel the colonel's deal -too late- the trap snaps, albeit not lethal. Nina now unexpectedly gets a witness relocation offer from Beeman, too late, but it also goes wrong, while his wife files for divorce.
Did You Know?
The NKGB, referenced by Claudia as the agency where she first worked with Zhukov "after the war," existed for only three years (1943-46) as one of the KGB's six predecessor security agencies for the Soviet Union. The war-time NKGB (People's Commissariat for State Security) was reconstituted as the MGB (Ministry for State Security), which in 1954 became the KGB (Committee for State Security) until the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1992. See more
Despite being set in the early 80s, when Elizabeth tucks Henry in for the night there are two 1987 Topps baseball cards on the right side of his headboard. See more
[while giving a steely smile to Elizabeth over breakfast
I know you better than you know yourself, but you don't know me at all.
Referenced in The Americans: Harvest
Games without Frontiers
Written by Peter Gabriel
Performed by Peter Gabriel See more