The Following (2013–2015)
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Dead or Alive 

As the search for Theo continues, a member of the FBI comes under attack; alliances are shaken.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mark (credit only)
Joe Carroll (credit only)
Agent Garner


With Mike Weston in critical condition and being treated in hospital, the FBI assigns extra officers to protect Ryan, Max and any other agent that may have been involved in the investigation. Daisy learns of Mark's death from a radio broadcast, but Theo has made it clear she cannot leave until he no longer has need of her. Theo focuses on retired agent Gina Mendez. Theo uses Gina to lure Ryan to the safe house. Theo is keen to kill Ryan himself but he receives a call from Alexis telling him that Ryan is to be delivered to her alive or their deal is off. Written by garykmcd

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18 May 2015 (USA)  »

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While Agent Hardy is making his escape he manages to disable one of his captors and take his gun (1911). Agent Hardy then racks the slide to load the gun and gets into a firefight shooting at least 12 rounds. 1911's have a max capacity of 8 rounds using a standard size magazine therefore could not could not have fired the 12 rounds. I should also note that the 1911 in addition to the 8 rounds in the magazine can carry one round in the barrel making it 8+1 for a total of 9 rounds however we can assume there wasn't anything in the barrel since Agent Hardy racked the slide to load it. See more »


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FBI are sitting ducks
19 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

It's a good thing this series comes to an end after this season. It is getting insulting the way the FBI is depicted, and in fact the way every official is so easily taken out and each villain, how simple they may be, are able to take out numerous well trained cops. It is tiresome. After each serial killer, there is another one and they just go about stabbing, shooting, strangling, hanging, drowning. And of course, yet another wagon-load of FBI cattle.

Viewers nowadays are much more critical and aware of the real life situations. What makes a producer think that he can walk away with yet another series where law officers are slain by the dozens, just as if they have had no training at all and cannot think logically for themselves? And the moment you (as a viewer) are aware of this the series completely looses its credibility.

One other thing: the IT possibilities are laughable. Open an entire cellblock from your home computer after simply hacking into the prisons system? Having incredible hi-res images from simple surveillance cameras? Really, when you have to pull out these IT myths to get stuff done, viewers will get bored.

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