Person of Interest

Season 3 Episode 5

Razgovor

25
Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Oct 22, 2013 on CBS
8.2
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The team's new Number is their youngest: a 10-year-old girl who may be a spy. Meanwhile, Carter continues her hunt for HR.

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  • Great episode.

    9.5
    Great episode, I especially loved the back story of Shaw. Shaw is turning out to be a brilliant addition to the team and the show! I liked how carter turned the tables on the rookie.
  • Awesome!

    10
    Amazing episode. David Slack writes the best episodes, and Shaw's backstory and Sarah Shahi's performance were excellent. The HR storyline is also awesome and Simmons vs. Reese was epic!
  • Razgovor

    8.0
    A very strong episode of Person of Interest. Good use of a kid to mirror the character of Shaw, but you didn't even have to appreciate that to appreciate the action throughout the episode.



    Well-written, good ending as well.
  • Move Over Rover, Carter Takes Over

    10
    One of the best episodes. Carter really rocked on this one too, love the way she handled her little dip$#!+ partner! A nice number of the week which shoehorned in the bigger HR darkness it revolved around a very charismatic young Russian girl who wants to be a black ops baddie. Only thing is her playing spy has intersected with HR's new bath salts designer drug ambition. Shaw, who can be quite annoying, was made almost human too with a good back story. As a long-time viewer it was nice to see so many things working together in one episode in which Reese, John, and crew get the upper hand as well as save their number. Still, Carter was the centerpiece who really brought it all home. Good writing and execution here make for one of the top episodes of then entire 2+ year run thus far.moreless
  • Remember "Firewall"? :)

    10
    Remember watching "Firewall" and getting stressed out, then applauding, then laughing, then stressed again, then cheering, then ... Well, I don't want to say too much, but this episode is almost as good as the ones penned by Jonathan Nolan himself.



    And this one wasn't even a midseason finale, much less a season-ender! :)

Danielle Kotch

Danielle Kotch

Genrika Zhirova

Guest Star

Morgan Spector

Morgan Spector

Peter Yogorov

Guest Star

Brian Wiles

Brian Wiles

Mike Laskey

Guest Star

Al Sapienza

Al Sapienza

Detective Raymond Terney

Recurring Role

Robert John Burke

Robert John Burke

Simmons

Recurring Role

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