Shaw plans and executes an escape from Samaritan's operatives. Mr. Reese is following an international business man named Ko who's getting sick. Things get worse when Ko dies as he may have been infected with a mysterious virus. As a result, Mr. Reese and Harold get trapped in a hospital trying to find the person who may be responsible for Ko's death as well as preventing an outbreak. From the subway, Root helps them identify the perpetrator. However, a third player comes around, Jeff, who's given a tough choice by an operative of Samaritan. Fusco reaches out to Elias to help him dig deeper into the dead bodies from the tunnel.
Did You Know?
The book that Carl G. Elias was reading is Twelve O'Clock High written by Beirne Lay, Jr. and Sy Bartlett which is also a movie directed by Henry King. See more
Shaw suggests changing "even just one variable" in their fight against Samaritan. The Machine in running simulations of possible outcomes (which according to visuals numbers in the hundreds of millions) in the conflict between these two (2) AI systems. The one thing they could have done is taken computer records of these simulations and have The Machine (the "good AI") analyze the transcripts/ records of these simulations and give a report as to why so many simulations were failures. See more
It's always the quiet ones we need to be afraid of.
References Twelve O'Clock High