Under the assumed name John Wiley, Reese is making his escape from his life with Finch and the Machine by taking a one-way flight to Istanbul. He is however diverted onto another flight via Rome. Initially believing it is all Finch's doing, Reese soon learns that he was placed onto that Rome flight by the Machine, who provides him with the next number in the form of a seat number on the plane. "4C" is occupied by a young man named Owen Matthews, who is accompanied by who Reese recognizes as two federal marshals. Reese initially has no intention about doing anything about Owen until the two marshals are taken out. With Finch's help and direct questioning, Reese learns that Owen is involved with a case of an online drug ring headed by a man code named Sphinx, Owen the site designer who is the only person who can identify Sphinx. Reese and Finch learn that there are many people on the plane after Owen, the only person who Reese trusting being the first class flight attendant, Holly. ...
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VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) is a technology that enables communication and multimedia sessions to other parties via connection to the internet. Communication services (voice, fax, SMS, voice-messaging) are converted from analog audio signals into digital data that can be transmitted over the internet. See more
Prisoners transported on airplanes are never placed in first class, but instead at the rear of the plane. This is because the armed escorts are to guard the prisoner and not to protect the plane which is why Air Marshals always fly in pairs in first class. Also by having the prisoner at the rear of the plane, they can board and de-plane via a rear exit directly getting into a vehicle. See more
Going through other people's stuff, that's not cool. What are you looking for?
A safety razor, maybe. Hairspray.
Dude, your hair looks fine. That salt-and-pepper thing's like catnip to soccer moms. Go au naturel.
References Miami Vice