Reese is given the assignment as lead in dealing with the latest number by the Machine, it a number for a marriage license, that of heiress Phoebe Turner, whose father, Kent Turner, owns a $1 billion horse breeding/racing business, and Will O'Brien, a relatively poor public defender. Finch's initial thought is that Will is the intended target as someone, perhaps Kent, probably does not want him to get his hands on any of the Turners' vast wealth. The best way to deny the perpetrator's intention is to make sure that the wedding proceeds as planned, which means the team infiltrating the wedding. While Finch devises a way for Reese to use his masculine good looks in getting an invite, Finch decides to assist in also being at the wedding, masquerading as one of Will's relatives from Ireland. Finch probably wishes that he did more research into "Uncle Ralph" before choosing this identity as his way in. They will find that the situation is more complex as one of Phoebe's bridesmaids is ...
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The phrase "a more perfect union" is drawn from the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States of America. The complete preamble reads: We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. The preamble sets forth a statement of the vision of the newly formed United States of America that will be embodied in the Constitution. See more
The virtual nuclear explosion in Shaw's construct occurs 'in reverse': You first see the mushroom cloud, then follows the whiteout. See more
[Finch is at a wedding, with the pretense of being an estranged uncle from Ireland. At the wedding reception, he is brought onstage, and asked to sing with his- "Uncle Ralph's"- renowned voice. Finch faces the waiting audience and is petrified. He speaks, with an Irish accent...
Does no one remember that I suffer from stage fright?
[the groom says to the audience
Just being modest, Uncle Ralph!
A little liquid courage will cure that.
[Pushes a glass of liquor into Finch's hand
Don't be ...
The opening monologue starts as usual, with Finch speaking, but then his voice starts to alternate with Greer's, whose monologue is a frighteningly different twist on Finch's. See more
Composed by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy See more