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In Whom We Trust 

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.


Keith Gordon


Jason Horwitch (creator), Nichole Beattie




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
Vanessa Aspillaga ... Angela Fagan
Michael Cristofer ... Truxton Spangler
Marcia DeBonis ... Melody
Michael Gaston ... Donald Bloom
Natalie Gold ... Julia Harwell
Ebon Moss-Bachrach ... Craig Young
Annie Parisse ... Andy
Jon Patrick Walker ... Walter Carrington


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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In the beginning of the episode, Kale Ingram (Arliss Howard) is searching his apartment for bugs. In the scene he is wearing a "USMC" tee shirt. This is a reference to his most famous role - as Private Cowboy in Full Metal Jacket, where he played a US Marine. See more »


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14 April 2018 | by Better_TVSee all my reviews

As we near the end of this show's criminally short-lived life, intel analyst Will Travers is starting to put more of the pieces together.

The acting in this episode is uniformly excellent. Everyone, from Donnetta Lavinia Grays as the API desk clerk who helps Will uncover a key piece of the mystery, to Michael Gaston as the gleefully merciless hired gun Donald Bloom, is bringing their A-game here.

And Arliss Howard continues to wow as Kale Ingram, Will's icy supervisor who appears to be playing both sides - helping Will while simultaneously remaining loyal to API head Truxton Spangler. In this episode Ingram confronts Maggie's ex, who has revealed his true colors even though it seemed they were making up in past episodes. It's a brief, badass scene; you do not want to mess with Kale Ingram.

We also get glimpses of Ingram's home life with his live-in boyfriend. There's a tenderness and love between these two, even as Kale obsessively sweeps his apartment for bugs. These quiet scenes reveal so much, and it's part of what makes this show great.

Elsewhere, the API team starts learning more and more about the mysterious Kateb, who they've been helping the CIA track all season. Tanya is dealing with her addiction as well, and it's not overplayed; Lauren Hodges does a great job with her character's thread.

And Will finally meets with Katherine Rhumor, something we've been waiting for since episode 1. Katherine is lost, as Will once was early on in the season; now, he's going to help Katherine understand the truth about her husband's suicide and what he was involved with while he was alive.

Some great, movie-quality cinematography in this episode as well, with several scenes prominently featuring the Brooklyn Bridge.

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26 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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