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Blind Spot
Season 4, Episode 11
Blind-spot
Air date August 19, 2010
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Blind Spot is the eleventh episode of the fourth season and the fifty-fifth episode overall.

NotesEdit

  • Clients: Emily
  • Bad Guys: Charles, Martin, John Barrett

SynopsisEdit

As Sam and Jesse reach out to the CEO who wants Simon's encoded Bible, Sam continues to mislead Jesse about who burned him. Meanwhile, Sam and Fi try to out-con a conman who is stealing money from unsuspecting widows.

Spy FactsEdit

Forging an intelligence file is always tricky. Spies are trained to catch even tiny inconsistencies. From outdated type face to the wrong kind of thermochromatic ink. Even the folder needs to be picture perfect because the fact is spies do judge books by their covers.

An effective booby trap not only needs to look like a good hiding spot, it also needs to leave your enemy incapacitated. A well placed 50 gallon oil drum should keep your target's curiosity, and a portable defibrillator packs enough punch to make their heart skip a beat without stopping it entirely. Wire the defibrillator to a convincing decoy and whoever comes looking will be in for a shock. Connect the camera wirelessly through an internet phone provider and you'll be able to keep an eye on your trap from anywhere in the world without having to pay long distance.

Spies spend plenty of time with sociopaths and criminals, but sometimes it's even more dangerous to hangout with their victims. Letting your emotions get the best of you can threaten the entire operation.

To create a blank spot in someone's memory, you need to be equal parts drinking buddy and amateur chemist. First you need the target to party enough to make your story believable the next day. At the same time you need to gauge their tolerance to combine just the right amount of alcohol with just the right amount of pharmaceutical assistance.

There's an art to building a listening device that's meant to be discovered. It's not enough to make it look like a bug, it needs to have a fatal flaw to make sure someone finds it, like a high-frequency transmitter that causes ear-splitting feedback when placed near other electronics.

Whenever possible it's best to avoid charging into a building filled with angry people with guns. If going in is your only option, you choose the best place to stage an ambush, lock and load, and get your enemies to come to you.

Police breaching techniques generally involve removing a door by it's hinges or knocking it open with a battering ram. Military breaching techniques are more aggressive; they don't just try to get by the door, they use it as a weapon.

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CastEdit

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GuestEdit

  • Jean Louisa Kelly as Emily
  • Jamison Jones as Charles Archer
  • Phillip Giannikas as Martin
  • Yamil Piedra as Ray

TriviaEdit

  • Sam: I guess it's time to go someplace where you won't be interrupted by Canasta. Canasta is a card game of the rummy family of games believed to be a variant of 500 Rum.

Continuity ErrorsEdit

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