Sneak Peak #1 POI Blunt – “Right. I was just leaving.”
In this first sneak peek for Person of Interest season 4, Blunt, John Reese (Jim Caviezel) has followed the number into the dormitory of a college. That’s Harper (Annie Ilonzeh), the POI, entering a room there. Reese is possibly trying to clone her phone. The first thing they always do when first getting eyes and ears on their number. Harper might be posing or could actually be a student there. College is expensive. Maybe the profits from her scams pay her tuition.
Only there seems to be a slight hitch. John cell is picking up a dozen phones all with different users. Harold reminds Reese through John’s ear piece he is in a college dormitory. “Come on Finch! Within a fifteen foot radius?” (Reese would be surrounded by persons with cell phones.) The phones more than likely all belong to Harper, who as a con artist uses different aliases for each of her scams.
John isn’t surrounded but several female students pass him by. Oops! Reese is on the women’s floor, a few obviously aren’t carrying their phones on the way back to their rooms from showering. One even calls him a creep. No doubt someone at the moment is calling campus security to report a man lurking in the hallway. John luckily is able to beat a hasty retreat to continue shadowing Harper who exited the room she had just went in. “I was just leaving.” John Reese tells another of the ladies as he backs away around the corner.
Blunt – Press Release Synopsis
REESE MUST PROTECT A STREET-SMART GRIFTER WHEN HER PLAN TO STEAL CASH FROM A MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARY GOES UP IN SMOKE.
“Blunt” – Reese and Finch must protect Harper, a street-smart grifter, when her plan to steal cash from a medical marijuana dispensary goes up in smoke.
Person of Interest “Blunt” – Sneak Peek #1 – Right. I was just leaving.
Person of Interest “Blunt” airs Tuesday Feb 24, 10/9c on CBS
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