The Jennings are overworked and a bit overwhelmed. Stan's girlfriend fits in too well. Henry's Math Secret is revealed. Mischa makes it to the USA. Stan takes a stand. Elizabeth and Philip become intimate with their targets. Oleg's parents invite guests to dinner. Page has difficulties with her feelings about Matthew. Elizabeth learns the purpose of the bugs. Gabriel intervenes in personal matters not of his own. Philip struggles with his actions after new found evidence changes the presumptive facts.
Did You Know?
While making Egyptian fattah in Episode 5.5, the wine that Elizabeth drinks is labeled "Omar Khayyam". While "Omar Khayyam Cabernet Sauvignon" is an actual wine, Omar Khayyam was an 11th -12th Century Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet. One of his poems is called the "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam". This ending of this poem - Tamam Shud (translated, "Finished" past tense) - was found torn from a copy of the Rubaiyat on an unidentified man who was found dead on Somerton beach, South Australia, deceased from what looked like poison. He has never been identified, and is suspected of being a Soviet spy. The case is known as the Tamam Shud case. See more
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