Rubicon (2010)
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No Honesty in Men 

Feeling unsafe in his apartment, Will reaches out to his neighbor, Andy (ANNIE PARISSE - Law & Order, Fringe). Katherine learns more information about the photograph she received.

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Alan Taylor

Writers:

Jason Horwitch (creator), Eliza Clark
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Episode credited cast:
James Badge Dale ... Will Travers
Jessica Collins ... Maggie Young
Lauren Hodges ... Tanya MacGaffin (credit only)
Dallas Roberts ... Miles Fiedler
Christopher Evan Welch ... Grant Test
Arliss Howard ... Kale Ingram
Miranda Richardson ... Katherine Rhumor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Cristofer ... Truxton Spangler
Michael Gaston ... Donald Bloom
Natalie Gold ... Julia Harwell
Keira Keeley Keira Keeley ... Emily
David McDaniel ... Team Leader
Kate Nowlin ... Lisa Test
Annie Parisse ... Andy
Maryann Plunkett ... Alice Bradley
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Feeling unsafe in his apartment, Will reaches out to his neighbor, Andy (ANNIE PARISSE - Law & Order, Fringe). Katherine learns more information about the photograph she received.

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19 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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The book Andy finds in the Will's bag is the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus by the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. See more »

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Written by Peter Nashel
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Kale Ingram vs. Truxton Spangler, and Will Finally Meets His Neighbor
14 April 2018 | by Better_TVSee all my reviews

Yet another great episode, marred only by a touch of over-acting in two short, back-to-back scenes featuring office assistant Emily and then Grant's heretofore unseen wife Lisa.

Otherwise, viewers can look forward to two of the best actors in the show, Arliss Howard and Michael Cristofer, going head-to-head in two different scenes featuring dialogue that positively crackles.

Cristofer's character also has a creepy scene with Christopher Evan Welch's.

Elsewhere in the episode, Will gets to meet his neighbor, played by Annie Parisse of Law & Order fame. He's as socially detached as ever, simply using her attraction to him so that he can spy on his own apartment across the way from hers. What will he witness happening in his apartment while he's gone, and might a romance develop here? And can his neighbor even be trusted?

This is great stuff that totally channels the slow, deliberate paranoia of classic '70s conspiracy films. The script for this episode is floating around online, and if you love screenplays and/or this show, then it's well worth a read.


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