In Plain Sight (2008–2012)
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Something A-mish 

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After a young Amish woman witnesses another member of her community gunned down by members of a biker gang, she and her husband reluctantly enter WITSEC under Mary's and Marshall's ... See full summary »

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Dan Lerner

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David Maples (creator), Barry M. Schkolnick (as Barry Schkolnick)
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Episode credited cast:
Mary McCormack ... Mary Shannon
Frederick Weller ... Marshall Mann
Nichole Hiltz ... Brandi Shannon
Paul Ben-Victor ... Stan McQueen
Rachel Boston ... Detective Abigail Chaffee
Ashley Johnson ... Sarah Collins / Sarah Peterschwim
Billy Magnussen ... Jonathan Collins / Yonni Peterschwim
Tangie Ambrose ... Delia Parmalee
Tia Texada ... Evita
Madison Mason ... Eli
Randall Oliver ... Alex
Pam Dougherty ... Bernice
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Blythe Baird Blythe Baird ... Young Shoplifter
Samuel Cloud Samuel Cloud ... Police Officer
Victoria Murphy ... Wit Sec Dectective
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After a young Amish woman witnesses another member of her community gunned down by members of a biker gang, she and her husband reluctantly enter WITSEC under Mary's and Marshall's supervision. Soon, however, it begins to appear that her husband likes leaving the restrictions of Amish life behind much better than his wife, making it difficult for her to adjust to the ways of "the English." In the meantime, Mary becomes increasingly puzzled by her sudden weight gain, craving for sweets, and revulsion at the taste of coffee. Written by aldanoli

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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12 June 2011 (USA) See more »

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Detective Abigail Chaffee: Mary? Hey, you saved me a phone call.
Mary Shannon: Why were you gonna call me?
Detective Abigail Chaffee: Because I wanted to talk to you.
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Amazingly respectable and noble storyline
23 February 2019 | by tpantazi-27867See all my reviews

It was refreshing to see a deeply religious person portrayed as someone who wasn't some flaky mysticism or fanatical zealot. The wife in that episode clearly knew and owned her values and convictions. Even Mary who usually blows off God was respectful. I think this and the gay episodes show some of the best views into the actual heart of sincere and passionate views without the need to get on a soapbox.

I'm a 60 year old conservative veteran. I rarely express my views because it is too easy to misconstrue and be misconstrued. I suck at face to face communication when you can see facial responses, so attempting to express my views without stirring a debate seems pointless. However I couldn't sit back and stay quiet when writing like this is so objective and compelling. What if most of the contentious issues of our time were treated with this much respect? Maybe TV could have a positive impact! Yahoo!


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