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Savior Complex 

As Charlie and Jakes close in on Germaine, Mike's drug addiction reaches a breaking point when he and Gusti are caught in a dangerous situation.

Director:

Timothy Busfield

Writers:

Jeff Eastin (created by), Jessica Brickman | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Sunjata ... Agent Paul Briggs
Aaron Tveit ... Agent Mike Warren
Vanessa Ferlito ... Agent Catherine 'Charlie' DeMarco
Brandon Jay McLaren ... Agent Dale Jakes
Manny Montana ... Agent Joe 'Johnny' Tuturro
Serinda Swan ... Agent Paige Arkin
Rhys Coiro ... Ari Adamian
Brit Morgan ... Amber
Val Lauren ... Toros Berbarian
Mahedi Rakib ... Gusti 'Vin' Kadek Pendit
Tom Schanley ... Cash Windgate
Hal Ozsan ... Germaine Marsden
Roger Floyd ... Gene Windgate
Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... Agent Sean Logan (as Lawrence Gilliard)
Adam Thayer ... Rodney 'Reggie' Windgate
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Storyline

Mike admits his addiction but won't go in record, so the mates watch him cold Turkey, handcuffed to the bed. Then he returns to Gusti, who wants to breakup with his crazy wife's weed-lover, but agrees to team up again, only to be kidnapped together. FBI supervisor Logan turns mean on him too and plans to nail Briggs either way. The elaborate sting to arrest money launderer Germaine Marsden fails because of a federal complication. Ari worries, with Paul, he'll be replaced in the Armenian mob's line of succession by ruthless Toros. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Release Date:

13 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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Throw Me Up
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Written by Melpo Mene (as Erik Mattiasson)
Performed by Melpo Mene
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Druggie agent
8 August 2018 | by larssmidtSee all my reviews

Agent Warrens drug abuse has now come to a point where his "work" suffers and those around him risk dying because of it. It is also taking over the story and over clouding the FBI agents story. All that is left in the series is now a more and more weird story about agent Warren and his drug abuse. Underneath there is still a hint of the big story but it gets faint in this episode. This is a sad turn as Mike is the most boring and annoying character in the series, at least in season 2 and 3. The front story is the Mike story and all the small stories are pushed way back, which seems like an odd turn for the the series. The hint of the Miami story was the only highlight in this episode.


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