Logan Pierce is playing street basketball and barely holding his own, while Reese watches from nearby. Finch confirms that Logan dropped out of college because he had other aspirations. As Reese watches, Logan gets into an expensive car and drives off. When Reese returns to the library, Finch tells him that Logan is a genius-level billionaire who started a social networking website with his best friend from college. Justin Ogilvy. They're taking the website, Friendczar.com, public in 72 hours and figure Justin doesn't want Logan dead. Reese was unable to clone Logan's phone earlier, but Finch points out that Logan switches phones twice a day to avoid corporate espionage. Logan is attending a charity even that night and provides Reese with a tie...Read the full recap
Finch: I'm emailing you the details of several lawsuits involving Logan Pierce. Plaintiff with a history of violence, prior convictions.
Carter: Uh, exactly what did you mean by "several lawsuits"?
Finch: Two hundred, but I've already prioritized them. And no, there's no need to thank me.
Nathan: We started IFT to save the world. Our suits got nicer, our Scotch more expensive. We changed, but the world stayed the same... until today. If we don't change the world, someone else will, so... what are we gonna do to stop the guys who did this?
Logan Pierce: The board can meet me at on Coney Island. Uh, they have got these bacon-wrapped hot dogs, crispy on the outside, juicy on the in. It's your basic kosher nightmare, But you know what they say. "What happens on Coney Island..." Well, I guess nothing good really happens on Coney Island. Except for these dogs.
Logan Pierce: Tell me, Sinclair, do you buy all of your shirts pre-stuffed or do you just fill 'em out that way?
Logan Pierce: You saved me. In the Chinese culture, you'd be responsible for me for life.
Reese: Glad neither one of us is Chinese then.
Reese: You think if you're constantly evolving, this won't happen to you?
Logan Pierce: Of course it will happen. But if you accept change as inevitable, it doesn't crush you when it does. Every technology ages, John. The only thing that never gets old is connecting with people. That's what everyone wants, a real connection.
Finch: Have you been under any excess stress?
Reese: You mean besides being locked in a 11x13 in Rikers and wearing a bomb vest around Manhattan? Not really.