Rubicon (2010)
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A Good Day's Work 

Will and Katherine meet secretly. Meanwhile, the API team continues trying to track down Kateb, and Will discovers he shared a common interest with his late boss, David Hadas.

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Brad Anderson

Writers:

Jason Horwitch (creator), Zack Whedon
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Badge Dale ... Will Travers
Jessica Collins ... Maggie Young
Lauren Hodges ... Tanya MacGaffin
Dallas Roberts ... Miles Fiedler
Christopher Evan Welch ... Grant Test
Arliss Howard ... Kale Ingram
Miranda Richardson ... Katherine Rhumor
Michael Cristofer ... Truxton Spangler
Michael Gaston ... Donald Bloom
Natalie Gold ... Julia Harwell
Annie Parisse ... Andy
Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... Mr. Roy
Karen Chilton ... NSA
Stephen Gevedon ... DIA
Kelly McCreary ... Judith (as Kelly J. McCreary)
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Will and Katherine meet secretly. Meanwhile, the API team continues trying to track down Kateb, and Will discovers he shared a common interest with his late boss, David Hadas.

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On A Rope
(uncredited)
Written by John Reis, Jason Crane, Paul O'Beirne, Peter Reichert, Mario Rubalcaba
Performed by Rocket from the Crypt
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One Revelation After Another, Plus a Scene of Shocking Violence
14 April 2018 | by Better_TVSee all my reviews

This episode has a literal bevy of surprises and revelations; if you're watching it for the first time, I envy you.

So much of this episode consists of big reveals, and this episode has more physical, violent action than pretty much any other episode thus far, which the show pulls off with raw aplomb. Plus, the nature of the conspiracy that has been hanging over the show since episode 1 is finally revealed - not due to some some side character's villainous expository monologue, as it might have been in another, lesser show, but instead due to Will's persistent investigative work and bright analytic mind. Wouldn't have it any other way!

And while I thought Kale Ingram (Arliss Howard) came out of this episode being possibly one of the coolest characters on TV and certainly within this show, there are some who might find his actions to be stereotypical and a bit cheesy. Hint: there is at least one tracksuit involved.

There's no turning back now for Will as we head into the penultimate episode. I can already tell I'll be sad when it's all over - this show really could've had a better chance at success if it came out today on one of the streaming platforms. Bummer.


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3 October 2010 (USA) See more »

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