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When Mitch realizes that Stack no longer has Abby, he hangs on to the hard drive and turns it into the authorities for decryption. Meanwhile Abby, who escaped her captor is found and hospitalized with symptoms of emotional trauma and shock from having been tortured. With Alex Clark and Kevin Stack arrested, Mitch is left to deal with the catastrophic impact of his choices on his family, especially a visibly changed Abby who is not ready to share what she experienced during her kidnapping.moreless
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(to Mitch at the conclusion of the suppression hearing)
Judge Kerzan: Mr. McDeere, what you did saved a lot of lives. As a human being I thank you for that but, as a judge, I'm not sure the law can endorse it.
Diane Ruckeyser: What is going on with you?
Mitch: I'm fine.
Diane: You're not fine, you're not anything close to fine. You're a wreck. You want to pick a fight with me, you can. Will it change anything? It won't. You got yourself into a mess, Mitch, and it's not going away. So you can stand here and yell at me or go help your family start moving forward.
Mitch: Might be easier to yell at you.
Diane: I'm sure.
Actual Roles as per the show's credits:
Sean Sealey ("B" Camera Operator)
David Nardi (First Asst. "A" Camera)
John Hickey (First Asst. "B" Camera)
Courtney Graham (Second Asst. "A" Camera)
Chris Pavoni (Asst. Production Manager)
This episode is rated TV-14.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: April 28, 2012 on Global
Czech Republic: May 29, 2012 on AXN
We learn in this episode that Alex Clark and U.S. Attorney Franklin Shore graduated from Georgetown and Diane Ruckeyser graduated from Yale.