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Michael volunteers to help the CIA find Max's killer, even though he is the prime suspect. At the same time, he helps out a former Army sniper who wants revenge on the people who nearly beat his sister to death.

Director:

Marc Roskin

Writers:

Matt Nix (creator), Ryan Johnson | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Jeffrey Donovan ... Michael Westen
Gabrielle Anwar ... Fiona Glenanne
Coby Bell ... Jesse Porter
Bruce Campbell ... Sam Axe
Sharon Gless ... Madeline Westen
Matt Lauria ... Ethan
Andy Davoli ... Brad Ramsey
Lauren Stamile ... Agent Pearce
Taylor Anthony Miller ... Brandon DePaolo
Nancy Duerr ... Cathy DePaolo
Matt Horohoe Matt Horohoe ... Joel Davenport
Orlando Espinosa Orlando Espinosa ... Bodega Clerk
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Ethan, a young soldier back from Afghanistan, needs Michael's help finding the dangerous con man who put his sister in the hospital. In order to take him down, Michael has to teach Ethan some tricks of the spy trade and as they work together, Michael begins to see a younger version of himself in Ethan. Michael has problems of his own, however, trying to find the person who killed Max and framed him for it. Michael is introduced to AGENT PEARCE (Lauren Stamile), who's been sent by the CIA to investigate Max's murder and serve as Michael's new agency contact. Michael must do what he can to aid the CIA's investigation while keeping the evidence from leading to his own doorstep. Written by USA Network

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TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 July 2011 (USA) See more »

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When getting the security tapes from the bodega, Fiona's name is Detective Sharon Stone See more »

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Michael Westen: [narrative] As a spy, you're in the information business: stealing it, protecting it, and if you have to, destroying it. Some secrets are so dangerous that you can't allow them to continue to exist. A murder weapon that implicates you in a crime you didn't commit, for example, is a secret best kept with four thousand degrees of burning thermite.
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