Set against the terrible loss of Anne-Marie, one of their own, the team has only 24 hours to find and rescue Louis and Rebecca. Meanwhile, Dorn plays a dangerous game with Dimitrov. The ...
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Set against the terrible loss of Anne-Marie, one of their own, the team has only 24 hours to find and rescue Louis and Rebecca. Meanwhile, Dorn plays a dangerous game with Dimitrov. The gut-wrenching pressure mounts for the team to pinpoint Louis and Rebecca's location of imprisonment and torture. With help from Scotland Yard's Chief Inspector Miles Lennon, the team is able to close in on the captors, saving Louis and destroying Dimitrov.Written by
One last time. Walk out with me, and you will live. If you don't, I cannot guarantee your safety.
[at the door of his remote cabin]
Go to hell. And if you think you will ever get out of Russia, you are as foolish as you are old.
Tomorrow I will be older, and you will not...
One call, Dorn! One call, and you will never leave these woods. Never!
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This one holds together nicely. With Louis and Rebecca kidnapped and being held in an unknown locations and with the specter of Anne-Marie hanging over the heads of the unit, it is imperative that everyone do his or her best. Hickman is reeling after his arch enemy has been taken from the hospital to fight again instead of being extradited. He is pulled from the jaws of justice by a corrupt police officer. We are introduced to a new character, a police inspector, who begins to see the ugliness in her own department. The episode ends in a really tight, exciting series of events. One of the major joys of this series is the technology these people employ. I wonder how realistic this stuff is. Oh, once again, Donald Sutherland's Dorn is amazing as he faces off with the most evil on the planet.
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