Deception (2018)
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The FBI works with the Deception group to help stop the Mystery Woman from successfully committing one of the largest jewel heists in history. And, for the first time this season, viewers ... See full summary »

Director:

Glen Winter

Writers:

Chris Fedak (created by), Brynn Malone
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Cutmore-Scott ... Cameron Black / Jonathan Black
Ilfenesh Hadera ... Kay Daniels
Lenora Crichlow ... Dina Clark
Justin Chon ... Jordan Kwon
Laila Robins ... FBI Agent Deakins
Amaury Nolasco ... FBI Agent Mike Alvarez
Vinnie Jones ... Gunter Gustafsen
Billy Zane ... Bishop
Stephanie Corneliussen ... Mystery Woman
Joe Carroll ... Henri Morel
Tanc Sade ... Lance Bauer
Robert Sella Robert Sella ... Batz
Jack Davenport ... Alistair Black
William B. Knight ... Sebastian Black (as Brandon Williams)
Danny Corbo ... Young Cameron
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The FBI works with the Deception group to help stop the Mystery Woman from successfully committing one of the largest jewel heists in history. And, for the first time this season, viewers will have their perspective reversed and see how Cameron Black performs his greatest deception yet. Written by ahmetkozan

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TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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The software used in the "facial identity scan" was first developed by casinos, and is now used by every government on the planet, and cannot be fooled. See more »

Goofs

When Cameron is stuck in the vault with the air being sucked out, he sets some combination knobs on the inside, and then turns the handle that would unlock the door to the vault.

They never show the air returning to the vault. Aside from how Cameron could breath, the pressure differential would not allow the others to open the door outwards into the room.

Assuming the door is about 5 ft wide and about 7 ft tall, there would be about 37 tons of pressure on the door if there were vacuum inside the vault.

The math - the door is about 60" wide, and about 84" tall. If the air pressure in the outer room is normal sea-level of 14.7 PSI ( pounds per square inch), then 60x84x14.7=74088 pounds, or about 37 tons if there is vacuum on the other side.. See more »

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Even better than the pilot
1 May 2018 | by luislastSee all my reviews

An excellent episode! A caper entry worthy of the original Mission Impossible series. You really have to pay attention, with all the twists and turns, false moves within feints, deception within deception. Since there was no recap or any kind of explanation of what we would be seeing, I was so confused at the beginning that I thought I had missed an intermediate episode somewhere. My only objections is that a) I find it difficult to swallow that the "Mystery Woman," or Addison Link, as she is mostly called in this episode, was such a psycho when she was an adolescent, that she held a near-lethal grudge for twenty years; and b) that Jordan could keep the phone calls from Cameron completely secret from everyone for the entirety of events (after all, Cameron only told him not to tell anyone that he was calling, not to keep it a secret forever).

A couple of points I'd like to bring up, however, since IMDB eliminated the comment forum (now if only they would get rid of those stupid User Lists, like "250 Unknown Beautiful Actresses," etc.): 1. The French guy gets a call from a French-speaking woman warning him about the police Why does he believe her? Does he recognize the voice? Who is that supposed to be? Unless Addison infiltrated his organization sometime before, there are no answers for these questions. Not that it is impossible, but they owe us an explanation for this. 2. I think Addison has her own twin! You don't always see her with the singular identifying single brown colored right eye. In fact, at the very end, if you look carefully, you will notice that a) the younger version of her has two identically colored (blue) eyes; eye color does not change as one ages; b) The last shot of her, looking into the mirror, shows her with two blue eyes, AND ABOUT TO INSERT A CONTACT LENS into her right eye; and, finally, c) In the "flashback" part of the episode, the Lance Bauer character (co-creator of the game), tells Kay Daniels that he was "just talking" to Addison, yet we see that she has apparently only just arrived, having been with the kidnapped Cameron all day. Maybe she was part of her own show once, also a secret, like Jonathan?


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