in plain sight

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The the series finale Mary (Mary McCormack) must balance protecting a witness, a former fashion model (Anna Osceola) who witnessed a murder and stumbled upon a gobal identity-theft ring, organizing her father’s (Stephen Lang) funeral arrangements, and dealing with the return of her mother (Lesley Ann Warren) and pregnant sister (Nichole Hiltz) who are determined to throw a wake, whether Mary wants one or not.

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After her father (Stephen Lang) escapes custody and goes after his former boss Cormac “Sully” Sullivan (Steve Eastin), the man who has just killed ‘s son (Aaron Ashmore), Mary (Mary McCormack) finds herself under survelliance by the FBI on the authority of Agent O’Conner (Will McCormack) who wants nothing more than to hang the blame for the entire situation squarely on Mary’s shoulders.

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The unexpected return of James Wiley Shannon (Stephen Lang), Mary’s (Mary McCormack) father, brings all kinds of new trouble Mary’s way including the return of Agent O’Conner (Will McCormack) who needs Mary’s help to get her father to testify against his old boss Cormac “Sully” Sullivan (Steve Eastin) which might put Jinx (Lesley Ann Warren) and Brandi (Nichole Hiltz), as well as Mary’s half-brother (Aaron Ashmore), in danger.

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While reeling from the news of Marshall (Frederick Weller) and Abigail’s (Rachel Boston) engagement, the attentions of a handsome single dad (Josh Hopkins), and the unexpected return of Raphael (Cristián de la Fuente) and his new wife (Vanessa Lee Evigan) to town, Mary (Mary McCormack) takes on her newest witness – a drag queen (Robert Sella) whose unwillingness to give up his stage persona is likely to get him killed.

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Mary (Mary McCormack) and Marshall (Frederick Weller) attempt to track down their latest witness, a former Navy Seal (Alimi Ballard) turned freelance operator, flees to a Native American reservation. Without any legal jurisdiction the pair are forced to ask for the help of the reservation’s Chief of Police (Wes Studi) to track the witness down.

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Things do get any less complicated for the Albequrque office of WITSEC this week. While Mary (Mary McCormack) struggles without a suitalbe babysitter she must also dealing with a witness (Jennifer Elise Cox) who Delia (Tangie Ambrose) discovers has been hiding an aggressive hoarding habit from the Marshals for years.

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