Reese is able to track his and Finch's next case, a woman named Zoe Morgan, when she uses his vehicle for hire service. In watching her as he drops her off from place to place, Reese learns that she is a high priced "fixer", which often places her in potentially dangerous and precarious situations. As such, Reese figures she is the target of someone associated with one of her current or past clients. When the situation arises, it becomes apparent that she is being targeted by Mark Lawson, one of her clients, the CFO and heir apparent to Virtanen Pharmaceuticals. Lawson hired her to retrieve an audio recording supposedly implicating him of an affair, news of which would not sit well with his father-in-law, Virtanen's President, Robert Keller. To find out exactly why Lawson is willing to kill for something seemingly so minor, Reese, Finch and Morgan, who somewhat begins to trust Reese (as trustful as she can be as a person in her line of work), have to find out what's on the recording. ...
Did You Know?
According to the signage and advertising present in the shot of Times Square during the opening scene, the footage was shot in 2003. See more
When Reese gives the license plate number to Finch on the phone, he represents the letters GHO using, Gray Henry Oscar. The military "phonetic" alphabet for GHO is Golf Hotel Oscar. See more
Talbott's a blackmailing scumbag, but hardly a threat. What about her previous jobs?
No client list in her apartment. You need to get her talking.
Easier said than done.