Kreizler and Moore travel to DC. Sara goes rogue in her pursuit of the truth. Lucius confides a secret to Marcus. Byrnes and Connor tighten their stranglehold on the investigation.
Did You Know?
The gentleman who works at the the Bureau of Indian Affairs says that Commissioner Roosevelt has a way of "falling up," that is, even when he fails he succeeds. A similar, but diametrically opposed expression, "failing up," refers to someone who is promoted to prevent that person from compromising real work done at the lower rungs of the corporate ladder. See more
Dury's home in Newton is depicted as a rustic farm in a rural area. In the 1890s, however, Newton was a streetcar suburb of Boston. See more