Season 1 - Episode 15: Blue Code

Episode 15: Blue Code

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The Machine throws out the social security number of a guy called Michael Cahill, a man with no dependents who works as an air ambulance pilot. However, his helicopter is the regular delivery vehicle for a big-time smuggler called Neil Vargas, who is in the process of bringing in a big shipment of diamonds. Cahill joins Vargas, his hired hand Ajax and their precious cargo in their cover vehicle - an ambulance, which is being driven by an undercover Reese. Despite some attention from some pernickety cops, the delivery reaches its intended destination and the gang splits up.

Reese follows Cahill, where he appears to break into a house. Finch discovers that this is the home of a cop named Tully, but the affectionate welcome Cahill receives from the woman and child indoors suggests that Cahill is not a burglar. Finch learns that Tully has been deep undercover as Cahill for nine years trying to bring down Vargas and the big crime boss above him known as L.O.S.

What plan will Tully and Reese formulate? Will they get to take down L.O.S.? And who is his boss?

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Comments (13)

  • Dick Coggins

    1 year ago

    Dick Coggins

    Enjoy the concept. Pity about the demand video haven't been able to get past the fitrsy set of adverts duriing episode 15. Shame

  • oh

    1 year ago

    oh

    boring..............................................................

  • viveash

    1 year ago

    viveash

    Does anybody else get a message saying "unable to play this restricted content at this time" so frustrating!

  • euansmith

    1 year ago

    euansmith

    The advert breaks really need some work. They cut randomly into the show; especially at the end.

  • Mike

    1 year ago

    Mike

    Brilliant series. Reminds me of the 'Equalizer' with E. Woodward.

  • Stacemate

    1 year ago

    Stacemate

    Given up trying to watch this episode after 15 mins trying to get through first Ad break. Shocking. And yet it hapopens so often reading comments on here. Maybe the Ad revenue is just too lucratice to resolve.

  • Richard

    1 year ago

    Richard

    Rich The adverts freeze the player Sort this out please Demand 5!

  • Richard

    1 year ago

    Richard

    Rich Demand need to sort out how the adverts work. As with K P James The problems made this great episode a chore to watch.

  • Ken James

    1 year ago

    Ken James

    the problem is with the direct line advert. the audio plays but the video stalls and then locks the player

  • JP

    1 year ago

    JP

    nothing wrong with this video, which is great to report except we have to wait until next week for more

  • matron

    1 year ago

    matron

    Great entertainment, good guys against bad guys, up to date time and technology and reasonable story lines. Very addictive, compelling to watch/

  • madsam77

    1 year ago

    madsam77

    what a brilliant programme,cant wait till next weeks episode omg, what an awesome series there getting better and better. highly addictive programme though. shame its not on every-night :)))

  • Bellex

    1 year ago

    Bellex

    From the initial write-up of the episode, it looks like it is going to be a good one for the masses on the subvert. Loving the tension with the whole Finch thing, going to be good! Setting the reminder now. :)

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