"Time Alone (Instrumental)" by Mark Blasquez (Opening scenes)
"Run" by Jeff Biebuyck (Michael escapes)
"Radical Red" by Jon Mattox (Simon's TV show)
"Dissonance" by Figure and Groove (Sam and Fiona meet Keith)
"Tuff Stuff" by Beamish (Michael enters his loft)
"Despise" by Ghost In The Machine (Simon and Michael escape)
"Caliente" by Los Dos (Meeting place stakeout)
"Troops Rally" by Russell Howard (Management arrives)
"Wicked This Way Comes" by Figure and Groove (Helipad explosion)
"Showdown In The Future" by Dynamedion (Michael escapes Simon)
"Two Headed Beast" by Figure and Groove (Michael informs Sam and Fiona)
"Ork Tek Chase" by Gerard Marino (Car chase)
"Mountain Cycle" by Jon Mattox (Showdown)
Michael: (voiceover) To be a spy, you need physical fitness, a facility with languages, a tolerance for exotic foods and the bugs that come with them. But ultimately, there's no greater qualification than the ability to look someone who ruined your life in the eye and say, "Let's work together."
Michael: (voiceover) As a spy, you want to work with people with clear alliances. The biggest monster in the world becomes quite predictable on a government payroll. Your worst nightmare is a lone crazy person.
Simon: (to Michael) I've been watching your career in Miami. Just think of me as one of those people you help in your spare time. A desperate fellow with a problem.
Michael: (voiceover) Commuter parking lots are great for fugitives. You can get some sleep while your pursuers lose momentum to exhaustion and shift changes. It's also one-stop shopping for a new phone or dry clothes.
Michael: (voiceover) Spies are in the lawbreaking business. Call it espionage, covert ops, whatever you like. When you get right down to it, you're a criminal working for a good cause. When your job involves daily lawbreaking, chances are you're going to find yourself on the wrong end of a manhunt at some point.
Michael: Right now, I just need to get clear of the cops.
Sam: Mike, it's not just the cops. The FBI's involved now. Homeland Security's on alert. Pretty soon it's gonna be the IRS, the Forest Service and the Food and Drug Administration are gonna be looking for you.
Michael: (voiceover) Work in intelligence long enough and you hang on to phone numbers. No matter who your enemy is, there's a chance you'll need him tomorrow. Churchill and Stalin weren't chummy in 1941. But once the Nazis marched on Moscow, they got past their differences.
Agent Callahan: I saw your son attack a police officer, Mrs. Westen! He nearly killed the man! Your son shot at me! He tried to kill me! You live in a fantasy world, lady! You have no idea who your own son really is!
Madeline: I know this. If Michael wanted to kill you, you'd be dead. I know exactly who my son is! Now, back off!
Sam: Jesus, Mikey, there you are. I've been calling and calling.
Michael: What happened?
Sam: Well, it was a little messy, but we dealt with the bomb. We're clear.
Michael: Yeah, we're a lot of things, Sam, but clear isn't one of them.
Michael: (voice-over) It's hard to get used to the idea that doing the right thing can mean being public enemy number one.
FBI Agent: Stop right now! Put your hands on your head now!
Michael: (voice-over) The good news is you're usually too busy trying to survive to get upset. Usually, the best thing is to get away, deal with the situation, and hope people are in a forgiving mood.
Original International Air Dates:
Australia: April 15, 2010 on Channel Ten
Latin America: May 5, 2010 on FX
Czech Republic: June 8, 2010 on Prima COOL
Sweden: June 27, 2010 on TV6
Norway: July 12, 2010 on Viasat 4
United Kingdom: December 15, 2010 on FX/FX HD
Germany: February 21, 2011 on Vox
Slovakia: November 29, 2012 on JOJ Plus
Finland: February 11, 2013 on MTV3
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