Person of Interest (2011–2016)
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Finch recruits Fusco to stick close to the latest POI, a professional "wingman", but learning how to approach women soon becomes the least of his worries. Meanwhile, Reese must find a way ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Caviezel ... John Reese
Kevin Chapman ... Lionel Fusco
Amy Acker ... Root
Sarah Shahi ... Sameen Shaw
Michael Emerson ... Harold Finch
Ryan O'Nan ... Andre Cooper
Monique Gabriela Curnen ... Captain Moreno
Jason Pendergraft ... Mickey
Jamie Jackson ... Janis
Chris Santangelo Chris Santangelo ... Jumpy Jerry
Spencer Moses ... Lenny
Ryan Woodle ... Barry
Stephen Badalamenti ... Roman Packard
Ryan King ... Rance
Hugues Faustin ... Jude


Finch recruits Fusco to stick close to the latest POI, a professional "wingman", but learning how to approach women soon becomes the least of his worries. Meanwhile, Reese must find a way to play by the rules at his new day job as the Machine sends Finch and Root on a mysterious errand. Written by CBS

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7 October 2014 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Reese comments his access to police video is, "Thanks to Big Brother." This is another reference to the surveillance state; in this case, to the all seeing Hitleresque Big Brother from the George Orwell novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. See more »


Andre Cooper: Well, that went poorly. Although I have heard in some cultures, spilling drinks on a woman is a mating ritual.
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Whatta Man
Written by Hurby 'Luv Bug' Azor, Dave Crawford, and Cheryl 'Salt' James
Performed by En Vogue and Salt-N-Pepa
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"my 3rd closed case today ... wanted to make sure you didn't die before I had a chance to brag about it."

At the 38:00 minute mark of this massively entertaining episode Reese delivers this throwaway line.

What is especially interesting is that he does it in a Clint Eastwood (Dirty Harry) voice (which BTW is very close to his own voice), and this is the precisely the sort of one-liner that, back in the day, they used to give to Clint.

Of course, this could all be in my fevered imagination.

Or, alternatively, the writing team behind this hit show is so darn far ahead of the curve that they knew that the "new refurbished" Reese was playing a cop (part of the re-imagining of the show discussed in my earlier reviews) and they simply could not resist.

Personally I think they could not resist.

The most amazing thing about this episode is how smooth the transitions are, like a well-aged Scotch. They are only three episodes into the fourth season, with the new "story rules" that they (the writers) imposed on themselves, yet the whole thing ticks along like a Swiss Watch.

This is not merely a hit show but a hit show that simply refuses to rest on its laurels.

Great episode

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