Person of Interest (2011–2016)
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The Devil's Share 

The team seeks justice for Carter's murder, but Finch realizes that one person may go too far in the battle against HR. Meanwhile, NYPD officer Patrick Simmons' number comes up.


Chris Fisher


Jonathan Nolan (created by), Amanda Segel | 4 more credits »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Jim Caviezel ... John Reese
Kevin Chapman ... Lionel Fusco
Amy Acker ... Root
Sarah Shahi ... Sameen Shaw
Michael Emerson ... Harold Finch
Clarke Peters ... Alonzo Quinn
Richard Brooks ... Lead Marshal Pollack
Brian Tarantina ... Yorke
Robert John Burke ... Officer Patrick Simmons
Kwoade Cross ... Taylor Carter
Shawn Andrew ... US Marshal (as Shawn T. Andrew)
Kohler McKenzie ... US Marshall #1
Brett G. Smith ... Team Leader
Bruce Winant ... QMI Manager
Reginald Huc Reginald Huc ... Ready Team One (as Regi Huc)


The team is grieving their team member's murder and Reese's serious wounding by Officer Patrick Simmons, who is on the run and wanted by the authorities. He is also being hunted by the Russians, who now feel betrayed by HR. Reese, who should be in the hospital and who may die if he doesn't receive proper medical attention, and Shaw decide to go rogue and go after Simmons individually through whichever HR members are still out there. Finch and Fusco are able to locate Shaw, who knows that they will not be able to do the same with Reese. The only person who may know where Simmons is is Quinn, who is being held in FBI custody at an unknown location. Shaw knows that there is one person who may be able to locate Reese through Quinn: Root. Finch has to decide if he can trust Root in order to save Reese. Others on the team may have their own ideas of how best to find Reese, and deal with both Quinn and Simmons if they can be located. Written by Huggo

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Release Date:

26 November 2013 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The song "Hurt" it was written by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. Here it is performed by Johnny Cash, recorded shortly before he passed away. See more »


When Reese is shown in the flashback, the Machine view shows him with yellow color, signifying that he knows about the machine, even though he had not yet even met Finch. In previous flashbacks to times before he met Finch, he had various colors depending on his status at that time, but never yellow. See more »


Sameen Shaw: We got a problem.
Harold Finch: You couldn't find Mr. Ransone?
Sameen Shaw: We found what's left of him. Someone used him as an ashtray before putting a bullet through his head.
Detective Lionel Fusco: Reese has really gone off the reservation this time.
Sameen Shaw: Nah, Reese doesn't even smoke.
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Crazy Credits

Not only is the title sequence absent, but there isn't even a title card at any point. The reason? There is no "Person of Interest" in this episode. See more »


Colour in Your Hands
Written by Jean-Baptiste Casini and Fink (as Finian Paul Greenall)
Performed by D.L.I.D feat. Fink
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The best episode
10 December 2013 | by gurubesarSee all my reviews

Person of Interest is one of the best vigilante movie I have come across, simply because the hero does not kill the bad guy indiscriminately. However, there are time when the bad guy has to be terminated and it is done beautifully on this episode.

I like the story about revenge and the fact that a good guy is not always so clean in their life make them more humane. The normal set-up where the bad guy just end up in prison after doing something really bad does not really satisfy my sense of justice. If somebody is so bad, the justice system created by human being is not enough. Justice system will be enough if there is an act of fairness but without it, criminal should be dealt in their own term.

I would have given a 10, but I learned from my lesson, that there is always improvement to be made. So I stick to 9.

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