Person of Interest

Booked Solid

Season 2, Ep 15, Aired 2/14/13
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  • Episode Description
  • Reese and Finch attempt to protect Mira, a hotel maid with a long list of enemies. Meanwhile, Carter gets a job offer due to her help in the "man in the suit" case.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Paige Turco

    Zoe Morgan

  • Sterling K. Brown

    Detective Cal Beecher

  • Brian Hutchison

    SAIC Brian Moss

  • Jay O. Sanders

    Special Counsel

  • Boris McGiver


  • Fan Reviews (5)
  • person of interest

    By abokey1950, Feb 25, 2013

  • Well Hello Again

    By AriSky, Feb 15, 2013

  • Even More Interesting Than The Previous One

    By JooPaulo3, Feb 15, 2013

  • Another great episode!

    By clily12, Feb 15, 2013

  • Very very good...

    By ARAP, Feb 15, 2013

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Finch: You find my fascination with hotels a bit peculiar, don't you?
      Reese: You sharing anything personal is peculiar.

    • Betty: How late do you deliver room service?
      Reese: (posing as a bellhop) I believe the hotel delivers room service...
      Betty: I'm not talking about the hotel. I'm talking about you. Feel free to drop yourself off... any time.

    • Finch: Try lying on one of the baseline questions, it might trick the test into thinking that everything you say is normal.
      Carter: Yeah, it's just a machine, right? I mean, how smart can it be?
      Finch: Exactly. Just a machine.

    • Mira: Glad that you're a better shot than you are a bellhop.
      Reese: So am I.

    • Hersh: This can go one of two ways.
      Reese: I don't suppose one of those two ways involves me walking out of here? (Hersh shoves him) Didn't think so.
      Hersh: I don't care who you are. I don't care what you did to get here. All I want to know is who you work for.
      Reese: But that would be telling.

    Notes (1)

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: February 14, 2013 on Citytv
      Australia: March 11, 2013 on Nine
      Turkey: April 18, 2013 on CNBC-e
      Finland: April 15, 2014 on MTV3

    Trivia (1)

    • Moss' polygraph testing is seriously flawed and not standard procedure. First, he only asks Carter three baseline questions, which wouldn't be enough to establish a baseline. Later, he asks her several questions that require more than a yes or no answer.

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    • protonefrid Feb 15, 2013

      Loved this episode, especially the scene when Reese said he hoped the manager was the bad guy (for obvious reasons) - actually laughed out loud. Also the elevator scene when Zoe complimented his But anybody else been finding it strange that in the last two episodes there's been zero interaction between Carter and Reese? I didn't think much of it last week but now I'm starting to think it's intentional

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    • TVDi Feb 15, 2013

      Didn’t that entire conversation between Finch and Carter feel a little odd? Carter said that she assumed Finch had overhead the job offer from the FBI. Finch said "I hear everything", but I think he was lying to Carter. I got the feeling he was clueless about her job offer. (Yes, he knew about the polygraph, but that's SOP for the FBI.) That entire interaction felt like Finch trying to distance Carter from them.
      I agree with you about not being in a hurry to rewatch these last two eps. I HAVE rewatched them, though, because they are still better than almost anything else on TV.

    • LeeCuttler Feb 16, 2013

      But remember that back in Shadow Box Reese told Carter about hearing of her FBI job offer and that Donnelly spected Reese of working for China (which turned out to be Kara working for China). He admitted they listen to all of her conversations and even promised to "tune out" her and Cal if things got "heavy". She asked for boundries, which they clearly havn't given. I believe they at least record and review her (and Fusco's) conversations but it is a bit difficult to believe that Finch is listening to her, fusco and john all at the same time plus standing at a desk helping customers lol

    • LeeCuttler Feb 15, 2013

      Seemed intentional to me when Finch told Carter that perhaps she steer clear of them for a while. The lack of it made both episodes unenjoyable for me. I love their scenes the most. Finch and Reese are a given so they don't excite me as much as Reese/Carter scenes do. I've had zero desire to rewatch either this week's or last weeks episode and that's saying something when I've seen each one multiple times before this change of pairings.

    • Derpanos Feb 15, 2013

      I agree that it was intentional, but likely because Finch knew the FBI/Internal Affairs would be snooping around, thus it wouldn't be a good idea for Carter to be anywhere near either Finch or Reese. And since Finch is the "brains" of the operation, there really wasn't a need for Carter and Reese to interact with one another. I hope they have more scenes together, and with Carter's promotion offer rescinded maybe that'll happen next week.

    • protonefrid Feb 17, 2013

      If we are talking about need, than Reese wouldn`t need to interact with Fusco either but he does, I mean, this is a team and all members should interact one way or the other. Finch telling Carter about staying away from them is interaction too...if Reese would have done the talking, no red flags would have come up in my brain and I wouldn`t have realized something was wrong. Last week too, it was Finch who talked to Carter (so she was in contact with one member of the vigilante duo... in case FBI/Internal Affairs was snooping around, so Finch solved nothing).

    • Derpanos Feb 15, 2013

      Kudos to the POI production staff for not crediting Amy Acker in the opening even though she's awesome. I thought that was her way back during "Prisoner's Dilemma" when a woman was seen handing a folder to Pennsylvania Two, but this reveal was absolutely phenomenal.

    • Derpanos Feb 15, 2013

      Goddamn trolls, go away! If you don't watch POI, why even rate it, at all? Are your lives so shallow and void of any real meaning that you have to spend time hating on shows you don't even watch?

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