Holy Sweeps, Batman. Person of Interest set off a plot twist so action packed that the next few weeks are going to be one hell of a ride. I’m already an emotional mess so I can’t wait to see what kind of roller coaster we’re in for in November.
Read on for our recap of Season 3 Episode 7 of Person of Interest: “The Perfect Mark.”
Our number of the week is an expensive hypnotherapist (Aaron Staton) who is not what he seems. He’s a very talented con artist and a thief and he’s about to tangle with the wrong guys. HR to be more exact.
HR has been using an antiques dealer, who just so happens to be one of this guy’s patients, to launder money. Probably not a good idea to screw HR over. Speaking of, Carter (Taraji P. Henson) is continuing her dangerous investigations into these dirty cops.
Her night involves visiting Elias for advice and trying to rehabilitate her rookie partner, Laskey. I’m really starting to like him. He looks cute in his baseball hat and he’s not loving becoming a murderer. But damn, son, you don’t call Carter a bitch. We remember.
Carter and Fusco are covering for this kid left and right, faking crime scenes and such. Will it catch up to them?
HR is being ripped off with a wild goose chase for a 4 million dollar baseball. The hypnotherapist thinks he’s running away with the money but in reality, his girlfriend just played him. I don’t feel bad for him.
Besides, things are about to get real! Carter is meeting with Laskey for the latest news when a dirty HR cop walks in with a gun and catches them. Before Carter can shoot her gun, Laskey attempts to save her and ends up getting killed himself. Thankfully, Carter is able to discover the identity of the leader of HR before Terney takes his last breath. Bye Laskey :(. We hardly knew ye.
If the biggest and best episodes are yet to come this season, what on earth does Person of Interest have in store for us? Well, if the preview is anything to go by, the cast is about to be slimmed down.
Say it isn’t so!
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