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Touching Evil

Season 1 Episode 9

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Aired Unknown May 10, 2004 on USA
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A couple is found shot in their own home but, their boy is missing. Meanwhile Creegan deals with the fact that his kids are gone. The murder of the Armstrongs is connected to a string of murders done by a man nicknamed "the Morning Person". They find the boy, Eddie, with a woman named Abby Korchinoff(who could not have killed the Armstrongs because it was too professional) claiming Eddie is her son. Turns out that her son was stolen from her by a Ukrainian adoption agency and the DNA test is done and she is indeed his mother. An interpol agent comes and asks for their help in this matter so, Branca, who can speak Ukrainian, is sent to infiltrate the agency while the rest of the team try to find "Morning Person" aka Slansky, head of the child-smuggling ring. In exchange for getting her son Abby tells the OSC about Slansky and she and Creegan get alittle intimate. Branca "adopts" a child named Dora and gets attached to her so much when it's time to give to U.S. authorities she flees. Creegan and Abby are attacked by Slansky but, they manage to apprehend him. Branca is given the week off her actions.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Jeffrey Donovan

    Jeffrey Donovan

    Detective David Creegan

    Zach Grenier

    Zach Grenier

    Commander Hank Enright

    Brian Markinson

    Brian Markinson

    Agent Charles Bernal

    Vera Farmiga

    Vera Farmiga

    Detective Susan Branca

    Kevin Durand

    Kevin Durand

    Agent Jay Swopes

    Olga Vilner

    Olga Vilner

    Abby Korchinoff

    Guest Star

    Aidan Jarrar

    Aidan Jarrar

    Eddie

    Guest Star

    Julia Tortolano

    Julia Tortolano

    Dora

    Guest Star

    Bradley Cooper

    Bradley Cooper

    Agent Mark Rivers

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Enright: And, I don't know, maybe we should get send something to her apartment. Flowers, whatever, uh...welcome her back from Russia with love, that sort of thing.
        Bernal: What a nice thought, sir.
        Enright: You handle it.

      • Popov: Getting Slansky means getting someone inside, someone we can trust, someone they can trust.
        Susan: (begins speaking Ukrainian - translated) My father was born in the Ukraine. I'd love to help.
        David: Did you just order lunch for us? 'Cause I'll have what she's having, dressing on the side.

      • David: People, and Rivers. I have an announcement to make. I'm fine. I shot the pool, but I'm fine. Tell them. (he points to an uncomfortable and confused Susan) Tell them.
        Susan: He's fine.
        David: You see? He's fine. I'm more than fine, I've never been better. I wanted boys anyway.

      • Mark: Hey listen. Your Ex and your kids having to go away and everything, it sucks. If you ever want to grab a beer or anything...
        David: Alcohol makes me violent. No, I'm kidding. I'm kidding. But it does. Okay, sounds great.
        (David walks away)
        Mark: Glad we had that talk.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Susan reveals in this episode that her father was born in the Ukraine and that she is able to speak the language. Actress, Vera Farmiga shares somewhat of a similar background with her character in that she is of Ukrainian desent. In real life, both of her parents immigrated to the U.S. from the Ukraine. Vera was born and raised in New Jersey, but she didn't learn to speak English until she was six years old. Ukrainian is her first language.

      • With this episode, the series has begun airing in its new Monday timeslot of 10 P.M.

      • This is the first episode to air on Monday nights, after moving from Friday night.

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