Today I (re)watch: Person of Interest, 1.16

This week’s number is a proprietary trader (an investor/Wall Street person/ can you tell I don’t speak capitalism?) called Adam Saunders, who steps on the wrong toes by accident. This episode is kind of MEH, so I’ll keep this short and sweet.
The episode starts with Harold getting his favorite husband assassin a fancier suit so he can go meet Adam Saunders (the number). Harold is all about etiquette and the exact length for cuffs, and John merely eye-rolls. They are the cutest.

I have watched the whole show before, so SPOILERS MIGHT HAPPEN. Big spoilers will be blanked out but references and irrelevant spoilers are going to be out in the open.


John says he doesn’t know how to speak Wall Street, but he is a much quicker study than I am, and makes hair-gel-buddies with Saunders in no time. The news are talking about Robert Keller’s (the murderous CEO from The Fix) trial. I like when they do nods to previous episodes and people they’ve helped (or sunk, in the case of Keller).

This case is fun enough to watch, even though the first time I was watching I was trying to understand investment speak, but that’s half the fun. Saunders is investigating some possible insider trading inside his own company, since his uncle’s money is on the line, and now someone’s trying to kill him. They kill one of his bosses too. Who? Well, Max Medina of course. Well, the same actor, who is now much less handsome than he was on Gilmore girls. But anyway, it turns out it wasn’t even him orchestrating all of this (let’s face it, finance cops don’t look like they’re super slick), but Elias.

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Of course it was Elias. I missed you son, welcome back.

This review was short as hell. Oh well. This next episode is super cute and fun, though. It gets better than investment bros.

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