In which the Machine tries to solve an unsolvable problem and Team Machine’s lives are on the line. Just another day at the office.
Reese goes back to school to teach tactics to police academy cadets. By happy coincidence (not really) the current Number is one of the cadets. Will he manage not to knee cap anyone in the process?
Shaw’s day job of being a thief works to her advantage for her real job as she goes undercover as, you guessed it – a thief.
In which we learn the Machine wasn’t always so nice, Root is made of awesome, and someone rigged an election.
Team Machine is tasked to help two siblings Traci and Malcolm (age 8 and 14 respectively) who steal money from two drug cartels. There’s no way that will go badly right?
This was one of the lighter episodes of Person of Interest and is a welcome break from the tension created by Samaritan’s ever watching eyes. The case involves a professional wingman who helps fellas get the ladies. Reese called “not it,” so Fusco got the job pretending to be a client for the Number. Hilarity ensues.
The frightening new credits from Samaritan’s point of view are a reminder that our Team Machine are still on very dangerous ground. This week’s mission is a scavenger hunt and everyone’s invited.
The new reign of Samaritan is here and the teaser illustrates how the new world order operates. If it thinks you are a threat, elimination is just around the corner in the form of a new blonde femme fatale.
We had a chance to talk to the cast of Person of Interest at San Diego Comi-Con including Jim Caviezel “Reese”, Michael Emerson “Harold Finch”, Kevin Chapman “Lionel Fusco”, Sarah Shahi “Shaw”, Amy Acker “Root” and executive producer Greg Plageman.
Those responsible for the Machine are put on trial by Vigilance while the rest of Team Machine tries to save them — in the middle of a New York City blackout.