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Rubicon (2010– )
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Kale invites Will over for dinner and gives him some interesting information. Katherine discovers a commonality between her husband and the subject of an old obituary she found.

Director:

Seith Mann

Writers:

Jason Horwitch (creator), Zack Whedon
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Badge Dale ... Will Travers
Jessica Collins ... Maggie Young
Lauren Hodges ... Tanya MacGaffin (credit only)
Dallas Roberts ... Miles Fiedler
Christopher Evan Welch ... Grant Test (credit only)
Arliss Howard ... Kale Ingram
Miranda Richardson ... Katherine Rhumor
Ebon Moss-Bachrach ... Craig Young
Maryann Plunkett ... Alice Bradley
Jon Patrick Walker ... Walter Carrington
Josh Barrett Josh Barrett ... John Finder
Natalie Gold ... Julia Harwell
Christopher Burns Christopher Burns ... Lloyd Lipka
Zoe Margaret Colletti ... Sophie Young
Robert Wu ... Chair Bumper Guy
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Kale invites Will over for dinner and gives him some interesting information. Katherine discovers a commonality between her husband and the subject of an old obituary she found.

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Release Date:

29 August 2010 (USA) See more »

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The comic book shown sticking out of Miles's bag appears to be "Adventures of the Outsiders #37." It was published by DC Comics in September 1986. See more »

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Written by Peter Nashel
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Strong episode
30 August 2010 | by Red_IdentitySee all my reviews

This episode certainly gave the series much more storyline for Maggie, which was really a great moment. What I find completely interesting is how the series gets stronger as it goes along, yet that is exactly what I had predicted in the beginning. Rubicon is a slow-paced puzzle, and recently the writers said that by the end of the season the audience would understand 90% of what we don't understand now, which quite frankly, is a pretty risky thing to say. However, judging by how the series has gone so far, I do not doubt that it will come up with more interesting solutions, or maybe not at all. If the series is going to end after the first season, they should resolve it, but the best thing about a TV show is how it does not reveal everything, and it takes it's time smoothly. Hopefully it continues.


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