Reese is leading the surveillance on the latest number, 24-hour locksmith Terry Easton. When Reese sees Terry clandestinely breaking into an investment firm, he finds an obviously scared Terry inside with a bomb strapped to his wrist, which Reese is able to dismantle. Reese will learn that Terry's wife Carla is being held hostage by whoever forced Terry to do the break-in by strapping that bomb to his wrist, that person vowing to kill Carla if Terry doesn't comply. Based on voice recognition of the messages left by that person to Terry's cell phone, Finch knows that the person behind what is happening is a mastermind criminal nicknamed The Voice, his identity still unknown. Because of The Voice's deep criminal history, Finch believes he has to call in specialized assistance to find out who The Voice is and what his end game with Terry is. While Reese brings Terry into the precinct for safe keeping, he finds that the precinct is abuzz with activity, including a Hispanic gang called the...
Did You Know?
Sotto Voce is Italian for "under the voice", that is, to speak in a low voice for emphasis. The technique is designed to suggest revelation of a secret, or a piece of information that might otherwise shock or offend. See more
In the opening scene the coyote (person smuggling someone across the border) tells the family he was transporting to "walk northeast about ten miles." The US is one of only three countries (along with Liberia and Myanmar) that don't use the metric system, so they should have mentioned a distance in kilometers given that they're south of the Mexico/US border (as evidenced by the license plate on the truck and their instructions to head northeast towards the border). Since the coyote's truck had Texas license plates he is all probability a U.S. citizen and would be used to telling people distances in miles, not kilometers. See more
He's like us, except he actually has a license for breaking and entering.
Written by Bryce Dessner
Performed by The National See more