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Reassortment 

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Reese and Finch become trapped in a hospital that becomes ground zero for a deadly viral outbreak. Also, Samaritan's newest recruit has second thoughts and Shaw continues to struggle with reality.

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Kenneth Fink

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Jonathan Nolan (created by), Tony Camerino | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Caviezel ... John Reese
Kevin Chapman ... Lionel Fusco
Amy Acker ... Root
Sarah Shahi ... Sameen Shaw
Michael Emerson ... Harold Finch
Julian Ovenden ... Jeremy Lambert
Jenna Stern ... Dr. Mason
Joshua Close ... Jeff Blackwell (as Josh Close)
LaChanze ... Mona
Mark H. Dold ... Administrator Garcia
Elena Shaddow ... Ally
Kim Ramirez ... Briggs
Enrico Colantoni ... Carl Elias
James Chen ... James Ko
Sonnie Brown ... Nurse Carroll
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Storyline

Shaw plans and executes an escape from Samaritan's operatives. Mr. Reese is following an international business man named Ko who's getting sick. Things get worse when Ko dies as he may have been infected with a mysterious virus. As a result, Mr. Reese and Harold get trapped in a hospital trying to find the person who may be responsible for Ko's death as well as preventing an outbreak. From the subway, Root helps them identify the perpetrator. However, a third player comes around, Jeff, who's given a tough choice by an operative of Samaritan. Fusco reaches out to Elias to help him dig deeper into the dead bodies from the tunnel. Written by Andreea D

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The book that Carl G. Elias was reading is Twelve O'Clock High written by Beirne Lay, Jr. and Sy Bartlett which is also a movie directed by Henry King. See more »

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When the hospital doctor is administering the antiviral, she gives it into the bicep and the antecubital area. Shots, like antivirals, are given into the deltoid muscle or the glutes. See more »

Quotes

Carl Elias: It's always the quiet ones we need to be afraid of.
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Connections

References Twelve O'Clock High (1949) See more »

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26 May 2016 | by awoolforkSee all my reviews

The moment the great QSO went off the aired the next great edition of POI aired right after it in Reassortment. QSO was maybe a bit better but this was still great, intense plot moving stuff just like 5x07. Once again POI writers using everyday situations and turning them into to cerebral Samaritan based scenario's was on display and very well with the viral outbreak in the hospital and the reasoning behind it.

But Shaws escape arch ( the real one which first started in QSO ) was once again the star here. In many ways Shaws escape arch really was the center piece that makes both of these episodes really go.

There are many things in this episode ( as well as the previous one ) that i won't spoil but if you can watch both QSO and Reassortment as both of these episode were so great. Season 4 and 5 right now are really competing for best episode of POI.


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Country:

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Language:

English | Dutch

Release Date:

24 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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