||Rating: 8.0/10 (36,861 votes)
Stars:Â Bellamy Young, Brendan Hines, Columbus Short, Dan Bucatinsky, Darby Stanchfield
Runtime:Â 60Â min
Released:Â April 05, 2012
|Plot:Â Olivia Â meets with Captain Jake Ballard. According to him, this is NOT a meeting. It’s a date. If all goes well, he expects there to be kissing. The highfalutin French restaurant Olivia picked isn’t Jake’s idea of a prime date place. He’d rather sip champagne on the steps of a Washington landmark. Guess D.C. isn’t all that strict on open container laws. Anyway, Olivia asks about « Albatross » during the date/meeting. Jake says it’s a term used to describe a mole in the Intelligence community that was never proven to be real. The date/meeting ends abruptly when Olivia gets called away.Â DavidÂ believes someone is following him. It likely has to do with Wendy, the woman who was murdered in his bed. Files found on the dead Wendy’s flash drive lead the team to believe that « Albatross » may be real.Â HuckÂ needs a few days to break through some encrypted files. He’ll also trail David to make sure he isn’t in danger. It’ll be good to get him out of the office, as Huck hasn’t showered in days. In short, he stinks.Â QuinnÂ realizes the waterboarding he endured has made him susceptible to panic attacks regarding showers, baths, rain, etc. Senator Peter Caldwell is a member of one of the dirtiest political dynasties ever. His wife, Marion, is working in the campaign offices of his brother, Will, who is making a play to become governor of North Carolina. Will needs a PR boost due to the fact that he hasn’t dated anyone in a decade. Rumors are he’s gay. Olivia can work with that even though he’s running in a red state. Will is adamant that he’s not gay. Be that as it may, the guy still needs a wife to fix his public image. If they play this right, it could lead to a stint in the White House. The search for the perfect woman to join him in a political marriage is on.