Persons Unknown

Season 1 Episode 4

Exit One

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Jun 28, 2010 on NBC
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The Night Manager informs the abductees that one of them will be allowed to check out. They soon discover which one, and that another can also leave. Meanwhile, Kat and Gomez learn of Renbe's connection to Janet, and another prisoner begs for freedom.

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  • The only reason to watch this show is gone

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    I knew it would happen. Take a ridiculous premise, stretch it out for as long as you can to sell the soap and cars and whatever else you don't need. The writers are idiots when hey removed the only thing worth watching on the show. She's gone and not even untalented writers can being her back. I see no reason to watch this show anymore. There was no reason to remove her but they did that's what bad writing is all about. Tori Fairchild (Kate Lang Johnson) was killed off. Why? because of stupid writers who don't like beautiful women.moreless
Carlos Lacamara

Carlos Lacamara

Lt. Robert Gomez

Guest Star

Marshall Manesh

Marshall Manesh

Cab Driver #1

Guest Star

Harding Junior

Harding Junior

Cab Driver #2

Guest Star

Andy Greenfield

Andy Greenfield

Night Manager

Recurring Role

Reggie Lee

Reggie Lee

Tom

Recurring Role

Michael Harney

Michael Harney

Samuel Edick

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Night Manager: I trust everyone is finding their accommodations satisfactory.
      Tori: No, they suck. Like, why don't we have television?
      Night Manager: That's a good question. Unfortunately, we do not offer television. We received a telegram.
      Charlie: A telegram. You still use telegrams? Of course you do.

    • Bill: In the Syndicate, "checking out" is code for a hit.
      Charlie: You weren't never in the Mob.
      Bill: I'm not allowed to talk about it.
      Tori: Well, if you can't talk about it, then shut up.

    • Bill: Your kids can play without stinky homeless guys around. And get this--a special adults-only area with a mini Hooters restaurant and bar.
      Charlie: This is a brand-new, underserved demographic that you're targeting. Anti-stinky homeless guys, but strongly pro-Hooters.
      Bill: But do you think you'd invest in something like that?
      Charlie: I'm going to let you in on a little business secret. Never make major decisions when you're being held captive.

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