Due to the federal status of banks, they are forced to work with the FBI while trying to catch the robbers and get back the stolen weapon before it can be used again. Meanwhile, Frank meets with a representative from the ACLU, Whitney Robshaw, who turns out to be a friend of Erin's. Their attempts to forge a working relationship between their organizations leads to drinks at a nice restaurant.
At the same time, Erin's efforts to prepare a witness for trial are hindered when a protester photographs them, scaring the witness. When she later sees some of the photos online she also discovers that Frank and Whitney went out, a point which she is uncomfortable with, due to their age difference.
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Cast & Characters
- Brian Avers as Zachary Danhart
- Sarah Wynter as Whitney Robshaw
- Audrey Esparza as Jana Garza
- Keith Eric Chappelle as Officer Haskins
- Enid Graham as Special Agent Emily Valko
- James Francis Ginty as Agent Anthony Cook
- Jessica Rothe as Sylvie Freeland
- Jarod Einsohn as Dylan Sanders
- Grizz Chapman as Tiny Giondo
- Kim Rosen as Polly Wollman
- Drew McVety as Michael Sanders
- Louis Vanaria as New Jersey Teller
- Mark Johannes as Kenneth Harrington
- Asron Michael Davies as Protester #1
- Pilar Witherspoon as Nurse Gleason
- Ben Hollandsworth as Party Promoter
- Amelia Pedlow as Diane Morris
- Lameece Issaq as Bank Teller
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Notes & Trivia
- In the credits, Protester is misspelled as Protestor
|Season 3 Episodes|
|"Family Business" • "Domestic Disturbance" • "Old Wounds" • "Scorched Earth" • "Risk and Reward" • "Greener Grass" • "Nightmares" • "Higher Education" • "Secrets and Lies" • "Fathers and Sons" • "Front Page News" • "Framed" • "Inside Jobs" • "Men in Black" • "Warriors" • "Quid Pro Quo" • "Protest Too Much" • "No Regrets" • "Loss of Faith" • "Ends and Means" • "Devil's Breath" • "The Bitter End" • "This Way Out"|