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The Finder: The Conversation

When a family employs Walter to find their missing father and husband, the only help they can offer is a partial voicemail recording of his last message to them. Meanwhile, an attractive FBI agent is also looking for the same man, and she tries to get as much information about him from Walter as she can. Also, Leo's memories of his deceased wife and daughter bring new meaning to the case and the family they're trying to reunite.

Source: FOX

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x10
Production Number: 1ATT06
Airdate: Friday April 20th, 2012

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Guest Stars
Toby HemingwayToby Hemingway
As Timo Proud
Kelly CarlsonKelly Carlson
As Gail McHottie
Mercedes ColonMercedes Colon
As Marta Abreu
Yara ShahidiYara Shahidi
As Adina Abreu
Gabriel SalvadorGabriel Salvador
As Raul Valerio
Patrick FabianPatrick Fabian
As CEO Dwayne Anderson

Co-Guest Stars
Celestin CornielleCelestin Cornielle
As Carlos Abreu
Noah EnghNoah Engh
As One-Man Band
Main Cast
Geoff StultsGeoff Stults
As Walter Sherman
Maddie HassonMaddie Hasson
As Willa Monday


The episode begins with Walter and Leo discussing Samba Vs Rumba. Just then Willa intervenes and suggests them to learn the dance instead of simply arguing about it. Just then a mother and daughter; Martha and Adina walk in, looking for the finder man. They make the team listen to a recorded phone message and Adina tells Walter and the message was from her papa, Carlos, and that he needs to find him. Adina tells Leo that her papa was in a gang and that according to the police, he went back to the gang. Martha doesn’t believe it. Whenever he was in trouble, he would go to Uncle Roué, who left the gang even before him and job Carlos a job at the boilers, Everglade’s Petrochemicals. They take the case. ..

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Episode Quotes
(after startling Willa who has been up all night looking at video footage)
Leo: (to Willa) How much coffee have you had?
Willa: (to Leo) All of it!

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