Person of Interest

  • Title: Person of Interest – Search and Destroy
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Person of Interest - Search and Destroy

Unable to locate The Machine, Samaritan destroys the life of the creator of the world’s most prolific anitvirus software in order to use his program for its own ends. Destroying his reputation, work, and marriage before assigning him for deletion Sulaiman Khan (Aasif Mandvi) becomes Reese‘s (Jim Caviezel) latest number. But to keep the man alive they’ll need the help of Root (Amy Acker) and answers for what Samaritan is using the stolen software to search for.

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Person of Interest – Skip

by Alan Rapp on March 27, 2015

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Person of Interest - Skip

While Reese (Jim Caviezel) deals with women trouble protecting his latest number, Finch (Michael Emerson) gets a number of his own whose threat comes directly from him. Immeadiately after sitting down to dinner with Beth (Jessica Hecht) the Machine spits out her number. With Root‘s (Amy Acker) interest piqued, Finch is forced to reveal the true nature of his relationship with Beth who he befriended solely to use as a way to install a Trojan Horse inside Samaritan via her now completed predictive algorithm. Now that Decima has become interested in her technology, with his hidden program inside, it seems the time to strike. However, one member of the team isn’t willing to live with the consequences of Finch’s plan.

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Person of Interest – Karma

by Alan Rapp on March 12, 2015

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Person of Interest - Karma

While offering us new flashbacks to the dangerous road traveled by a grieving Finch (Michael Emerson) following the murder of his friend Nathan Ingram (Brett Cullen), “Karma” offers the group one of their most unusual numbers to date. A psychologist (Patrick Kennedy) still grieving his wife eight years after her murder has taken it upon himself to arrange justice for his patients and others by meticulously planning and framing guilty individuals who have escaped justice in the past for crimes they can’t weasel out of. Reese (Jim Caviezel) witnesses the man’s bizarre behavior in one such scenario which leads to him framing an innocent man for bank robbery.

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Person of Interest – Blunt

by Alan Rapp on February 26, 2015

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Person of Interest - Blunt

“Blunt” gives Reese (Jim Caviezel) and Finch (Michael Emerson) a new number in a college con woman who, based on what we’ve seen here, is likely to be the show’s latest recurring character. In Harper (Annie Ilonzeh) the show introduces another character who lives in shades of gray and could easily become ally or enemy of Finch and Reese as we see her hedge her bets and expertly play both sides when Reese attempts to free the woman and her patsy from their dealings with Dominic (Winston Duke) and the Brotherhood.

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Person of Interest – Q&A

by Alan Rapp on February 18, 2015

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Person of Interest - Q&A

While Reese (Jim Caviezel) works to help a programmer (Bella Dayne) who has taken up illegal martial arts fights on the side to deal with her sister’s debilitating disease, “Q&A” picks up the thread of former number Claire Mahoney (Quinn Shephard), who was introduced earlier this season in “Nautilus” as Finch (Michael Emerson) is contacted by the woman he failed to save from Samaritan’s influence.

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