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In Plain Sight: Four Marshalls and a Baby

Mary scrambles to find child care while working on a case in which a hoarder witnessed a violent murder.

Source: USA

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x2
Airdate: Friday March 23rd, 2012

Director: Andy Wolk
Story: Michael Reisz
Teleplay: Gina Gold, Aurorae Khoo

Alternate Airdates:

UK (itv) Aug 13, 2013
IE (RTÉ ONE) Jun 13, 2014

Guest Stars
Tangie AmbroseTangie Ambrose
As Delia Parmalee
Ali MarshAli Marsh
As Dr. Shelley Finkle
Lauren PetzkeLauren Petzke
As Kristi Owens
Tia CarrereTia Carrere
As Lia
Robert LaSardoRobert LaSardo
As Carlos Ramirez
Madchen AmickMadchen Amick
As Assistant Associate Director Susan Campbell
Jennifer Elise CoxJennifer Elise Cox
As Beth Wilcox / Beth Webb
Eric LynchEric Lynch
As Landlord

Co-Guest Stars
Maria SigmonMaria Sigmon
As Agent Tess Yates
Johnny LongJohnny Long
As Understudy
Warren ThomasWarren Thomas
As Warden Ferguson
Main Cast
Mary McCormackMary McCormack
As Mary Shannon
Frederick WellerFrederick Weller
As Marshall Mann
Paul Ben-VictorPaul Ben-Victor
As Stan McQueen
Rachel BostonRachel Boston
As Abigail Chaffee


The scene opens with a woman witnessing an illegal exchange followed by the murder of the two men. The guy who shot them sees her and starts firing at her. But she escapes. The woman is identified as Beth Wilcox. Beth tells Marshall and Mary that she doesn’t want to change her name or identity as it would affect her business. Next, we see that Stan is taking Tango lessons. And he does it really well. He thanks Leah and tells her that she is a fantastic teacher. He tells her that he thought she was married as he notices the ring on her hand. She tells him that it was to keep men away. Well seems that our Stan has developed some feelings for his teacher and decides to take five more lessons. Well, next, Mary decides to get her baby to the office as there’s no one home to take care of her. She is shocked to see Stan’s transformation. ..

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