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J. Edgar is in his house, left alone as he puzzles over the death Woody. Everyone is concerned. The topic off taking another person's life is mulled over, even when that person posed a deadly threat. Harry moves to protect his daughter. The Afghani thieves are one less in number and need to find a way to lay low as they realize all that money doesn't do much good when your life is in danger. Things are drawing toward a conclusion but not without tremendous collateral damage. This episode closes out with a dramatic scene. By the way, does anyone else out there see how boring this show gets whenever the Chief shows up. He is strong and silent and utterly stagnant.
- May 19, 2017
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