When Demidov's typewriter sends a message which is encrypted. Carter figures out what it is, a location which they think is a meeting with Stark in Russia. So Dooley sends Thompson to check it out but Carter wants to go. But they won't let her but when she says she can get the Howling Commandos, they let her go. When they get there they discover Stark is not there and something is going on. Dooley talks to someone about Stark who makes him question if Stark is really a traitor. And Sousa through a chance encounter with Carter learns she's the woman they're looking for.
Did You Know?
After the transmitter turns on and types an encoded message, the SSR tasks several scientists with decoding it. One of them is heard saying that it is not a German message or the Turing method would work. He is referring to the method used by Dr. Alan Turing to successfully decrypt Nazi codes produced by the Enigma machine. Turing's achievement is said by historians to have cut World War II short by as long as two years and saving as many as an estimated 14 million lives. See more
During the discussion in Dooley's office, when Carter steps out of the room to set up the meet with the Howling Commandos, Dooley says he's getting calls from the Vice President of the United States. But in 1946, there was no Vice President. Harry Truman succeeded to the Presidency upon Franklin Roosevelt's death in April 1945, and there was no Vice President until Truman won his own term with Alben Barkley, who took office in January 1949. See more
Howard didn't want my help to prove his innocence. He wanted a new toy to manipulate.
Miss Carter, you must know that Mr. Stark has the greatest admiration...
Only for himself.
He can be thoughtless. Inconsiderate. Vain. Childish. Unreliable. Arrogant.
You flatter him.
...But he is a good man
Written by Jeff Meegan
, David Tobin
and Curtis McKonley See more