The Following (2013–2015)
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Forgive 

Ryan risks everything by joining forces with Joe in an attempt to save Claire from the twins.

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Mike Weston
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Max Hardy
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Joe Carroll
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Special Agent Jeffrey Clarke
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Preston Tanner
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The stand-off at the church continues. As Ryan is disabling some of the bombs he gets an unexpected call from Luke demanding that he and Joe come to him and Mark or Claire will die. With help from Mike and Max, he and Joe get out of the church. The twins are waiting for them and are soon playing their sick game of revealing truths about those present. Not everyone survives the bloodbath that follows. Written by garykmcd

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28 April 2014 (USA)  »

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Luke: Welcome, gentlemen. I wanted you to see the room where it all began. This is where Mark and I planned everything. Mark thought there was no way you were getting out of that church, but I told him, "You have to have faith. Ryan Hardy and Joe Carroll, they're badass." Dinner's soon, so make yourself comfortable, get a drink...
[Carroll picks up glass]
Ryan Hardy: Hey!
[Carroll sets glass down again]
Luke: ...and if you're worried about Claire, don't worry. She's with me.
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Too Close for Comfort
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Performed by Sammy Davis Jr.
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If you like finding continuity issues...
4 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

...this one's for you. relating to crashing cars and duct tape bondage, to name a couple. This story is so absurd, it reminds me of a daytime soap, only a lot does actually happen, and I daresay there's a great deal more blood here(some cheesy makeup too) I can't stop watching. I can't help thinking that Kevin Bacon must have really needed the money, but he's still cute. Sadly, this role doesn't provide many (any?) opportunities for him to smile.


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