In Plain Sight – Drag Me to Hell

by Alan Rapp on April 16, 2012

in Television Reviews 

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While reeling from the news of Marshall (Frederick Weller) and Abigail’s (Rachel Boston) engagement, the attentions of a handsome single dad (Josh Hopkins), and the unexpected return of Raphael (Cristián de la Fuente) and his new wife (Vanessa Lee Evigan) to town, Mary (Mary McCormack) takes on her newest witness – a drag queen (Robert Sella) whose unwillingness to give up his stage persona is likely to get him killed.

After the witness blows his cover and brings the gangster and his hitters to town the Assistant D.A. (Dan Bucatinsky) comes up with a plan to entrap them at an Albuquerque drag club, but for the plan to work they’ll need Marshall to stand in for the witness and perform in drag – much to the amusement of Mary, Stan, and Delia (Tangie Ambrose).

Aside from giving us Marshall perform “I Will Survive” in drag, the episode gives us both the return of an old flame for Mary and the possibility of a new one, news that Stan has been double-crossed by Susan Campbell (Mädchen Amick) and that the Albuquerque offices of WITSEC are indeed back on the chopping block, and the shocking return of Mary’s father (Stephen Lang) in the episode’s closing moments, all of which should have big implications over the series’ final season.

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