Season 2 Episode 7

Maps and Legends

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Sep 08, 2013 on A&E
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Episode Summary


The murder of an urban explorer leads Carrie and Al to search for the killer, but discover clues the victim was following to locate a treasure hidden under the streets of New York.

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  • Great episode

    Best of the season so far, Loved the story of the tunnels and the treasure! Pity there's no news on when the rest of the season will air.
  • A very good episode

    This week's episode was actually very good. I don't think this is a very logical show really, but I find it overall entertaining and it doesn't stress me, which I appreciate. So I watch it as light entertainment. But this episode's story had a better quality, sort of Indiana Jones story with handsome guy hitting on Carrie and Al being a hero. Because Al don't get many chances to proof himself, the poor guy. Very fine New York city story, hope the coming ones can compete with this.moreless

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Carrie: (after being told to play hardball with the suspect) I have an offer for you, and I want you to think long and hard before you turn me down OK?
      Alex Daniels: OK.
      Carrie: I want you to come on board as a special adviser. We have a bomb to find and I think you can help us.
      Eliot: That, that's hardball?
      Al: Yeah, she's not really into sports.

    • Eliot: (at the autopsy room) Joanne, I love what you've done with the place. All hard surfaces and sharp pointy things for cutting people, it's... so you.
      Al: One day you got to tell me what happened with you two.
      Webster: It'll take a lot longer than a day.

    • Al: So you're saying he was making a lot of C-4 for a long time.
      Webster: At least a week. Probably more.
      Eliot: That's a little outside your area of expertise, Joanne, don't you think?
      Webster: Eliot, how did you get in here? They usually make people who are not cold dead stiffs wait in the... reception. That's how.
      Eliot: Hmm, you've been rehearsing that, haven't you?

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