The Red Cell team is asked personally by FBI Director Fickler to find the estranged daughter of a federal judge, who is his longtime friend.

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Sam Cooper
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Beth Griffith
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Gina LaSalle
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Mick Rawson
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Penelope Garcia
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Clark Page
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Lori Jackson
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The Red Cell team is asked personally by FBI Director Fickler to find the estranged daughter of a federal judge, who is his longtime friend.

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When Cooper is shown the ATM photo, he asked about the identity of the other girl in the photo while pointing to her. However, at that point, he was just introduced to the case and had not seen any photos so there was no way for him to know which girl in the photo was the "other girl". See more »

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Marshall Phelps: You do know I'm a federal judge.
Jonathan 'Prophet' Simms: Right now, sir, you're Emma's father.
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Rocks And Daggers
Performed by Noah and the Whale
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