Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery
John Reese, former CIA paramilitary operative, is presumed dead and teams up with reclusive billionaire Finch to prevent violent crimes in New York City by initiating their own type of justice. With the special training that Reese has had in Covert Operations and Finch's genius software inventing mind, the two are a perfect match for the job that they have to complete. With the help of surveillance equipment, they work "outside the law" and get the right criminal behind bars.
Aired 10 years ago - May 17, 2012
Reese becomes trapped with his POI in a heavily surveilled part of the city and must rely on Finch, Carter and Fusco's help.
I'm about to meet a few
big hitters from HR.
City council and the district attorney...
No. You don't.
Finch, are you listening to this?
Uh, the goal?
- Hello, Zoe.
- Good to hear you're getting some help.
How about I call you a cab?
The only room we have available
is the honeymoon suite at $3000 per night.
I'll be there as soon
as I get finished here.
Wanna give her a demonstration
of what you do?
Need some help, Finch.
Relaying the hotel
security system feed to you in three, two, one.
We'll corner them, blow the whole floor.
Make it look like he did it.
That's probably not your best play.
Someone paid Hans
to become Turing's patient.
I'll give you the signal.
- Uh, all of them.
- Line's dead.
Just get the team
on a hard line now, damn it.
- Some type of misunderstanding?
- No, I understand things perfectly.
I know this sounds crazy, but they seem
to know when people are in trouble.
- I don't know who you-
- Save it. We met before, remember?
- Looks like you're just about out of time.
- Just about.
I thought he was fighting with himself
over it, but he was fighting with you.
You haven't been running
from the machine, Alicia.
I thought she'd never shut up.
She wasn't looking for me.
She was looking for him.
Aired 10 years ago - May 10, 2012
A person of interest winds up in the middle of a dark government conspiracy that Finch is all too familiar with; Reese makes a discovery about Finch's past.
You tailed him for weeks,
couldn't find out where he lives.
Lives alone in Turtle Bay.
No. It's much more subtle than that.
It's gonna take more than luck.
Alicia. So who's Alicia?
Peck's no financial analyst either.
He's a NOC. Some kind of spy.
And if he's calling New York,
we need to pay attention.
Well, we can hardly fault him for that
seeing as everyone thinks we're dead.
Well, Finch, I think Peck's life
just got a little more interesting.
And until we figure out who's after him,
I'll keep an eye on Peck.
But it might make you seem unstable.
Any decent analyst would've-Hello?
Don't ever call me again.
With no way to trace the intel
back to the source.
We've known each other a long time,
Mr. Reese, are you even listening?
probably a three-man team.
One of ours, I think,
or at least he used to be.
And this is our last chance
to build one.
Please, just listen.
They've taken my job, ruined my life.
It's more than any human...
He just called us.
We'll be there.
And I know that if I were you, I would
keeping asking until I knew the truth.
Please, Mr. Peck, for your own sake...
A bunch of paper burned up in that cab.
All we could make out was this.
Sorry to bother you. Detective Stills.
Guess I have a guardian angel.
And he smiled at me,
and he asked me if I wanted one.
Aired 10 years ago - May 03, 2012
On Reese's birthday, Finch gives him the day off in hope of keeping him away from the latest person of interest.
Aired 10 years ago - Apr 26, 2012
To track the latest person of interest, Reese goes under cover as part of an armored truck crew; throughout the case, Reese is reminded of tough decisions he was forced to make during his last CIA mission.
of any healthy relationship.
...goes to Church every Sunday
except during football season.
The plate reader
will scan any license in sight.
We need a face to the threat.
Hey, relax, Johnny.
I need to take leave. Family emergency.
They may be studying the code
to inoculate their devices.
What do you say I take you,
get you some new gear?
You might need help with these two.
Yeah, I'm starting a new
French toast regimen.
One State Bank.
Not sure we're being told
the whole story here.
Yeah, we're searching
his house right now...
Where's your husband, Mrs. Clay?
Tommy didn't give you a bracelet,
...from Ashley's archive,
hoping it'll get a quick response.
Tommy's still here.
We got a live one here. Mostly alive.
BMR recon team, maybe, or hired guns.
Helo won't be able to pick us up till dark.
- Must be love.
- And it's mutual.
Assuming you're not shining me on,
there's only so many places...
Where is he?
...I've protected other people's money,
and I have nothing to show for it.
But the second one can even be harder.
Time to wrap this up, John.
Aired 10 years ago - Apr 05, 2012
When The Machine spits out five numbers, naming the Don of each of New York’s crime families, Reese and Finch suspect Elias is planning to eliminate his competition.
Short list of people crazy enough...
- ... and no cell phones.
Won't be easy to spy on these guys.
That could be difficult
since she's not speaking to us.
Well, whatever it is,
he just bought a lot of it.
HR is your real job, Fusco.
When you're done looking into
that matter, I'd call in sick.
But that could get messy.
Is that why you fought them?
Who called you that?
Be your own man.
Those new bootleg CDs, boss.
I thought about
when this day might come.
We could use those transfers
to track down the men working for him...
Should I ask where you got these?
That's what I would do.
What, are you sleeping?
Here come Elias's guys.
Just so much blood
from such a small person.
Good to hear, Finch. How did she
convince them to go with her?
If you're up to it,
that would be helpful.
You should've been our wheel man,
I'd like to talk about your organization.
The one commonly referred to as HR.
Elias is keeping you and yours
Come on, help me out.
Shoot this little bastard.
- A rat.
Elias offered me a deal.
Carl Elias, you are under arrest.
Aired 10 years ago - Mar 29, 2012
The Machine's latest number presents a unique challenge for Reese and Finch since the person has virtually no digital footprint - and appears to be leading a double life.
- But this is open and closed.
- Are you at the one in Brooklyn?
- Nobody's perfect, Finch.
- This is very bohemian.
what's this place for?
I know, I know.
aren't digitized anywhere.
I had no choice.
what's your Hester up to?
I work homicide.
That tends to happen.
It's all in my reports.
At least we know why our
ID thief stole Hester's name.
Four years and
we've never even seen the boss.
I've lost her again.
is very serious
about protecting his identity.
Well, I take it
you're not a cop.
How can I help?
He's even more careful
than you are, Finch.
I can't really afford
to buy the stuff I like,
What, so you just
want to rub it in?
and you got no way
to change their mind.
Look, you help me
catch this guy,
That's what the cops used
as evidence against me.
Phosphorous is used
to make meth, "boss."
I don't know who you are,
but you're not the boss.
It'll pass, Harold.
so then you decided
to become one?
That's nitric acid,
You all right?
published... 1864, '65.
Who is he?
Where is he?
Used to be the CIA
worked closely with us.
Men like that,
they're done fighting.
Yes, I want to expose the CIA
for what it's become,
Rest assured, Detective,
I got him.
Your name's not Mary either.
For the record, you make
a terrible Jordan Hester.
Aired 10 years ago - Mar 08, 2012
Reese and Finch are puzzled when the machine names a 6-month-old baby as the latest person of interest; Detective Carter questions her allegiances when Elias resurfaces.
The cop who's on her own.
Police! Drop your weapon!
You can walk out of here
and into a bullet any time.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
But since she kept me up all night,
I looked into the clinic's finances.
I'll ask her. You can spend
some quality time with Leila.
Help? I should arrest you.
That how you keep
your boyish figure?
If you can think of anything,
call me. Please.
Dada or Dada?
It's been taken care of, okay?
Okay, thank you, Mary.
I'll talk to you soon.
We know she was in a clinic
funded by the Petrosians...
After I've fed Leila.
Claudia wasn't pregnant.
Battery isn't the problem, wiring is.
The hot wire is just plastic coating.
- Oh, my God. That's a grenade.
- Please just...
Carter, you know I got your back,
Whatever I have to.
...the soldiers, the gangs,
John. It's good to see you again.
A hand-off like that...
It's okay, Leila. You're okay.
She's right here, John.
Anything on Carter yet?
Come on, baby. Come on.
Come on, baby.
Szymanski. Carter. We've been blown.
Get Moretti out of there. Now.
Aired 10 years ago - Feb 23, 2012
The Machine leads Reese and Finch to Wall Street when a sharp young trader at a major investment bank becomes embroiled in a multi-million dollar financial scam.
It's Glen check, actually.
Adam, get over here. They're reading.
That's Sydney Baylor, a partner in the firm.
She also has a reputation.
Congratulations. You do that again...
I see why. Guy plays poker with other
people's money and gloats about it.
I read everything. All the 10-K financials
no one else bothered to.
The rent on this place
must be staggering.
Adam here prefers to keep his wits
about him at all times.
We've got a Wall Street trader...
...I took the liberty of copying
some of his records...
Until then, I've taken care
of the current surveillance on Adam.
3 World Financial Center, please.
One slip, so much as give your grandma
a stock tip, I'm gonna get you.
I believe he was lying
to protect his boss, Sydney Baylor.
He's more than a guardian.
- Trust that broker.
You made a hundred million yesterday
in the short of the century...
What's this I hear about you getting
questioned by the SEC today?
Isn't anything your client
needs to worry about.
Let's go. I'm driving you back to B/Z.
Tritak invests in the Louisiana/Texas
pipeline running gas to the northeast.
Does Adam advise you
on your own investments?
So Adam lived with my family.
Saunders, we should talk. Now.
On a laptop in my office.
- You're not an asset manager.
This is my fault.
I asked her about the Tritak numbers.
They'd have to, what,
search the building's garbage?
Just don't touch anything in her cart.
Mm. It's, um,
underground rock formations.
Because now they have to cover the short
and buy it back.
I think I got a location on the kid.
I spent my entire career
chasing down rogue traders...
I took a train to New Mexico
and I found him.
Been buying all morning.
There was a lot out there to buy.
Of course I forgive you, kid.
Aired 10 years ago - Feb 16, 2012
Reese discovers there’s more to the story after he infiltrates a smuggling ring to get close to his latest POI.
Aired 10 years ago - Feb 09, 2012
The Machine identifies Darren, a teenager whose brother was just murdered, as the next POI. Meanwhile, Finch is growing concerned that the son of his former business partner is dangerously close to finding out about the Machine.
...in the back of my car in handcuffs.
- I need to track him down. Fast.
I'm looking for Darren McGrady.
Travis' little brother.
Guy like you, coming out of shadows,
looking for bad guys?
Uh- Excuse you.
This ain't over. I'm gonna kill you
and the rest of your crew.
One of these days, I'll come up
with a good answer for that one.
I'm not a stray.
- In the street. I liked the way it fit.
I'm well, Uncle Harold.
As are you, evidently.
...at the company.
This was right in the middle of that.
Turns out it's the only place in the U.S.
that doesn't have cell phones...
Yo, Hops and Barley.
It's like a samurai with no master.
The most efficient way to lose a fight
is to act without knowing your enemy.
Kill my brother,
walk around like they can't be touched.
Come on, man. Just get a new car.
- You gonna move half a million dollars-
That's why we got it.
Do you really think
Andre would believe your story?
You don't mind, I prefer it outside.
Are you really sure you wanna know?
Going through a divorce,
his company collapsing.
My friend on the police force will be able
to put Brick and his friends away.
Finch, Darren's run off.
Probably to go after Brick again.
...you'll be running these streets
for me, son.
Fusco. You okay?
Got a little claustrophobic.
And a job's come up in Sudan.
Aired 10 years ago - Feb 02, 2012
The Machine gives Reese and Finch the number of a down-and-out man who has been pushed too far, and they're forced to turn to former Person of Interest Zoe Morgan for help.
Hey, did you lose your watch?
- Uh, no, it's around here somewhere.
Finch, it looks like Powell's playing
hooky. He's heading into a park.
...is grossly out of date.
Good. And I'm gonna wanna
get a look at his home computer...
This is interesting.
Here's a big file, encrypted.
I hope so. But we still don't know why
the machine gave us his number.
The same congressman
that Powell had a beef with.
Listen, Mike, uh, as long as I've got you,
let me ask you a favor.
- popular, I think we can all agree
they have always been...
Powell's being set up.
This is a shocking and a tragic day.
We don't know yet,
but we could use some help.
He must've known
where the cameras were.
- A Trojan horse.
Safe? You just kidnapped me
from the FBI.
- You're welcome. Here.
...looking for Congressman Delancey's
killer so I've called in a specialist.
- I am curious how you got my number.
- A mutual friend.
Scott would never be involved
in anything like that.
For two years,
Delancey is in full-time campaign mode.
One, your pending investigation
with the DA's office.
- For a price, of course.
- I don't know what you're referring to.
I can empty your bank accounts,
liquidate your stocks...
But there always is.
- We need to keep our heads down.
- I could die.
Scott? Where are you?
I'm gonna make this right, I promise.
Aired 10 years ago - Jan 19, 2012
When Carter finally comes face-to-face with Reese, he urges her to join forces to help with their latest POI, a scrappy young woman from the wrong side of the tracks who turned her life around and became a lawyer.
Yes, but a better life
can be expensive.
Heh, not yet.
She's safe, for now. But with the way
that guy handled himself...
Could be an angry former client.
You're getting paranoid, Carter.
That's a step in the right direction.
- I'm all thumbs today.
- I do it all the time. Um, I'll be back.
I'll call you.
Maybe we can get you tested at an
independent lab. Prove you were clean.
Could be our friend from last night
decided to take the day off.
They share a parole officer
named Dominic Galuska.
If I don't get my cut, I bet I could
find a dozen parole violations...
If there's anything
you're interested in, let me know.
I got plenty of action around the world
with MSF, Red Cross.
- He's already in the box.
- It's someone else.
- All right, what's this job?
Heh, that seems odd.
You're very attractive, smart.
- Threatening a parolee's life, Dominic?
- This is some kind of misunderstanding.
Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.
You broke into his apartment?
But I think you're gonna need mine.
We need to make sure Galuska
doesn't have more killers...
...until I find out who else
he may have hired to kill you...
Which means their kids
end up in foster care.
I see here you have
six foster children under your care.
Okay, you tell me the truth now,
or I arrest both of you...
So he had to have
a contact at DFS.
We've checked the DFS filings for the
last six parolees that Galuska busted.
Thanks for that news flash, Mr. Reese.
- What? Why?
- I don't know. But, look...
This scam must be worth upwards
of a quarter of a million dollars a month.
Because I'm the one that asked
the judge to move him.
I read about your
settlement with the state.
Well, most sons don't have
the advantage of reading...
Aired 10 years ago - Jan 12, 2012
Reese is confined to a wheelchair recovering from his gunshot wound, but Finch sets him up in an apartment where he’s to keep an eye on the Super, who is their latest POI. Also, Finch approaches Carter and gives her a POI to show her what they do.
you have reached is not in service.
these folks were just for your boss.
Figure it out.
I had a rough night.
- She all right?
- Not that I don't share your concern...
Small towns aren't
paragons of digital recordkeeping...
He called three pawn shops last week,
the kind that specialize...
Near as we can tell,
catching up on paperwork.
Only one way to find out.
You're not gonna get it staring at the wall.
I've planted the
cameras, Mr. Reese. I'm starting the search.
I don't know. Sure you don't want
to double-check your machine?
Nathan, you remember
Deputy Director Weeks.
...of weapons-grade uranium
to the Iranian government.
When it perceives a threat.
Look, I'm sorry, folks...
I'm not accustomed
to having contractors dictate terms.
...and currently a rising star
at a top Manhattan bistro.
I'm getting pretty good at this thing.
Queens, corner of 45th and 21st.
Take a road trip, detective.
- Used to?
- She disappeared 13 years ago.
If I'm gonna keep lying
to government agents...
...something is going to happen.
That's him. What do you got?
- Everything all right?
- Yeah, I'm just sick of being cooped up.
- Is the building on fire?
- I'm sure everything's fine, Mrs. F...
He's terrorizing her.
I'm just trying to help you.
I could do so much for you in this town.
...she didn't last long. She left him.
Moved in with relatives in Boca Raton.
Aired 10 years ago - Dec 15, 2011
As Detective Carter deals with the fallout from her recent encounter with Reese and Finch, The Machine ups the ante for the duo by giving them four Social Security numbers instead of one.
Either way, we need to move fast.
Your statement doesn't say
where this unknown shooter came from.
We don't talk again
unless my delegate is present.
- You got a good look at him this time?
- No, not his face.
- I'm on my way.
- I'll take Wendy. Put Fusco on Paula.
Funny. What about the homicide
I'm supposed to be investigating?
Letting him run, you've made him
a problem for the whole department.
The murdered woman, Claire,
was spending big too.
You'd better stick to your... day job.
I should have seen it quicker. I mean,
what kind of a mother leaves a stroller?
- Who was driving it?
- According to CSU...
Lionel, what a pleasure.
You can hear me all the time?
He, uh, was driving home
when he was killed.
He was dealing with people
he shouldn't have been dealing with.
Did you hear about that guy, Matt?
There's people looking for us.
So they're confirmed.
They're sisters, Finch. Foster sisters.
I think the killer tracked her
through her license plates...
Then why do you want him so bad?
Then three months ago,
you ran his prints.
He was stoned. I asked him to leave.
Despite that they're supposed
to hate each other?
Jamie Hallen the only passenger
on the manifest.
You were at the crash scene.
We knew it was wrong.
And your mom? Her house?
It's a classic black-arts set-up.
They open an offshore account-
- It's a brilliant idea.
- But you have to move fast.
But first you've got to close up the leak.
For saving my life.
I know where he's gonna be.
Aired 11 years ago - Dec 08, 2011
Reese and Finch’s game of cat and mouse with Detective Carter becomes infinitely more complicated when The Machine declares that she is their newest POI.
You're a perfect match.
And guess what.
All units respond.
It's going around the neighborhood.
So I saw you got that, uh, homecoming
dance coming up Friday.
Okay, they're leaving now.
You'd better hurry up.
Go ahead, spin that yarn, dazzle me.
This is a nice ride.
Mind if I check it out?
...and a Xerox Alto
when I can find one.
Day in the life of a detective.
Any more immediate threats?
- What's going on? What do you need?
- To find who wants to take Carter out.
Haven't seen you in a while.
- All for show. Must be one of her CI's.
I didn't see the car
or hear nobody talk about Hector...
Maybe she's not so well-liked
by a, uh, certain element.
She's gunning for Elias.
She's gotta go.
Did you see this car
before or after the shooting?
Killing a cop brings a lot of heat.
Oh, sorry, detective.
Elias wants Carter gone.
Can't stop you
from boozing your life away.
...Joseph McNally. All were killed.
Do you know what they will do...
- Some? There's more cameras than this?
- Mayor wants one on every corner.
- What, you miss me already?
- You're a hard man to miss, Lionel.
So, you see...
For our children to walk
down the street and not be afraid.
Easy there, hubcap. I don't bite.
Yes, me and Hector
was together all night.
Hector's a morning person.
Likes to spoon.
Hector's wanted for questioning.
Suffice it to say, he's, uh, disappeared.
She's not just another number, Finch.
Guess I have you to thank for this.
And how do you keep finding out
all this information?
Oh, I'm pretty close.
Get out of the car.
Wait a minute-
Well, I found him.
Don't expect me and my men
to back you up. It's a long war.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 17, 2011
When Reese and Finch discover that their latest POI has connections to Cold War Soviet espionage circles, they quickly learn how covert ops were handled in a world before The Machine.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 03, 2011
The Machine identifies a school teacher who witnessed a mob hit as their next POI and Reese and Finch rush to save his life.
If it's a dying declaration and he named
the killers, it'd be admissible.
Lives alone, never married.
Not much to go on.
- Where did this piece of garbage go?
- I'll double-back.
Finch, I'm gonna need
another route out of here.
But we need to get across the river
to Manhattan. Get down!
- I still don't even know who you are.
- I help people, and you need help.
You don't know which side they're on.
Mr. Burton is for my students.
Ma'am, do you know why Benny
was in Brighton Beach last night?
And his crew, they don't socialize.
- Who was he with?
- Tall guy in a suit.
They're going nowhere
with this heat on them.
No way those two get out
without going past us first.
They're lucky to have you.
You're the boss, huh?
That car, I need you to report it stolen.
- Don't do it. I'm telling you, now-
He's always one step ahead
of all of them, and us.
No. Last time I touched a gun,
I shot cans with one of my foster dads.
...as old-fashioned as you, Charlie.
Double B housing project.
Fourth floor. North tower.
Come on. My dad's not home.
You can hide in here.
Thank you, detective.
How can I help you?
Yeah, you're a smart kid, Will.
You just need to show up to class more.
- I owe you one.
- I'll see you tomorrow, Mr. Burton.
My Peter was here
working all day long.
...killing my people.
Not the other way around.
...meets you and the witness
at the ferry.
I have an idea.
...were shooting up
the streets in Brighton Beach.
- He was meeting Benny?
- Yeah. But when we showed up...
You honestly think we'd go
to all this trouble for a witness?
...what makes your enemies tick,
what makes them weak.
Go ahead. I'd rather die
than see you running my city.
I could really use a guy like you
in my organization.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 27, 2011
Reese becomes romantically involved with the newest Person of Interest: an attractive woman who isn't all that she seems.
She just paid for something,
a lot of money, cash.
- We need all the men we can get right now.
See anything interesting tonight?
What you got, Terney?
- Vincent DeLuca.
Victim was Marlene Elias.
...head of crisis management,
His cell phone number's in there.
Oh, and, uh, one more thing-
They just can't keep it in their pants.
Ah. Detective Sullivan?
The DA dropped the case?
What happened to him?
And to answer your question,
no, I hate jazz.
I can't hide it
anymore. What we're doing is wrong.
Dana Miller, Lawson's mistress,
was an office romance.
Mark Lawson is heir
to the entire Virtanen empire.
Guy isn't just a shareholder.
That is too generous.
Retirement isn't officially
until next spring...
There's just one loose end.
Apparently she, uh, looked after him.
I think Dana recorded this
in Lawson's office. Listen.
The girl on the recording,
her name was Dana Miller.
Naive. She got a tough lesson
in the way the world works.
I need you to make sure
that the police don't respond.
He's a very private person.
But it's been altered.
Six people out of 200,
that's a 3 percent mortality rate.
If I can't trust you,
I'll have to destroy you.
I know your dad was a city official
till he got snared in a corruption case.
What's your poison?
Once Sylocet goes on the market...
That senior management was about to
have some very serious legal problems.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 20, 2011
Reese and Finch have the added challenge of investigating a Person of Interest who wants nothing to do with their brand of vigilante justice.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 13, 2011
Reese and Finch try to unravel a threat to a promising young doctor.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 06, 2011
Reese infiltrates a gang to get closer to a former Marine that the machine tagged.
Thought you said you'd never lie.
Ladies and gentlemen,
please do not leave bags unattended.
wouldn't normally make the cut.
Before he dropped the cash off...
I was working freelance in Tijuana.
Job went south.
Someone stops him
from getting his head blown off.
How the hell do you know our unit?
I just want us to do stuff together again.
Like have fun, remember that?
He's a lucky guy.
This one's on me,
but I'm, uh, running a little low on funds.
I mean, it's like what the hell
are we fighting for, you know?
Realized the job that I had wasn't gonna
allow me to do the things that I wanted.
Father's name not given. I'm checking
hospital records. What about you?
Big client. Big job.
Two hundred for me and 200 for you.
Gotta watch Joey's back.
We gotta move.
I'm not going.
Joey and the new guy
said to leave the money.
- Amy has to be Joey's kid.
- But she's not.
Yeah, I do.
Heh, man, he was so happy.
He said nothing could hurt him.
Be with her now.
His friends know more
about what he's feeling than I do.
One of the radios
stolen from Fort Drum.
But it's worth 400 grand.
But I think you know who did.
Aired 11 years ago - Sep 29, 2011
Reese and Finch question the machine's reliability when it prompts the investigation of a teenager who was killed years earlier; Finch recalls the origin of the machine.
Two hit men were waiting to kill the guy
just like you said they'd be.
This rich guy was on his way home,
said a couple of guys tried to kill him.
...this situation is somewhat unique.
- Ha, ha.
- What's this one for?
Wiretap phones. Bank transactions.
The machine sees almost everything.
Took it off your friend Stills,
the one I shot with your gun...
...but I never thought that he would do
anything like this.
Sealed juvie record on Theresa.
The divorce went through last year.
Half of them have been redacted.
Some would be reassigned.
And I wanna look at Grant Whitaker's
finances much more carefully.
I'd like to talk to you about that family
Not even if they paid me my quote.
I think I just found
Theresa's uncle Derek.
You're gonna need to trust someone.
- Is that why you didn't come to him?
- I don't trust him.
And, uh, this.
He didn't have enough to cover all the
parcels, so I told him I knew these guys.
Now it's worth 40, 50 times
what they put into it.
You know there's no changing
what happened to your family.
I wasn't gonna tell you, I guess.
Every night at midnight,
it deletes the irrelevant list.
They'll just hire
another couple of lawyers.
...you really turned this around,
saw what nobody else did in the property.
He's coming, Finch, get off that floor.
No, no, no. Too slow. Come on, this way.
- This guy's as dangerous as they get.
Aired 11 years ago - Sep 22, 2011
Reese and Finch must figure out whether a young prosecutor is a victim or a suspect.
You need some help?
Who you got down there, Carter?
The angel of death?
Because I'm, uh, running a little short
at the moment.
- You can't stop that.
- What if you could?
...I've got a list.
over weeks, months...
...so she's scared or stressed
When I was with the agency...
...despite the fact that this drug-slinging
piece of trash shot him in the gut.
...and it could clear Pope's name.
I've been where you've been.
What happened, you get left behind?
If the killers are out there, I'm gonna
find them. It's my job. Now, why don't...?
...trading an officer for an enlisted man.
I get my discharge in a month.
I gave him one more chance
to turn in his accomplice. Cut a deal.
Can I talk to you for a second?
Okay, now. You can go. Go, go, go.
Do you have a phone?
But there was a problem
with this machine.
So where is the machine now?
I can't see the whole picture.
They steal the drugs, the cash,
and kill all the witnesses.
Twenty-four to 48 hours
before he goes to the DA, tops.
See, I've been watching you, Lionel...
...you have to search them properly.
We'll take him in the lobby. Soon
as it's done, we take the shooter out.
You're about to kill a man.
And his son.
- Where am I going?
- Oyster Bay.