The crime drama “Person of Interest” (CBS) can be seen each Tuesday evening at 10/9 p.m. Last night's episode on April 1, 2014 was called, “Most likely to...,” In the overnight TV ratings it grabbed 11.50 million TV viewers overall. It reached 1.9 million TV viewers in the all important 18 to 49 adult demographic.
The government is watching you & there are cameras everywhere. “Most likely to...,” opened with Samantha & John watching their next “number” & her name is Leona Wainwright. She is a clerical assistant who jumps into a cab where it blows up as John tries to protect her. Samantha retrieves the cab drivers cell phone.
The feds showed up at the crime scene. Root is undercover as Augusta King with the FBI. She tells detective Fusco that Leona worked on security clearances. “Vigilance” is a group that wants the “machine.” U.S. senator named Ross Garrison is working on getting files from Leona's office. He is afraid the FBI might find his name on a file that has been watching the American public.
Matthew Reed is a prosecuting lawyer who heads to West Chestor for a 20 year high school reunion. He is their new “number.” John & Samantha go undercover as former high school students. John is Frank & Samantha is Betty. A girl walks up to Frank & slaps him across the face. Jack goes up to Betty & tells them about Matthew. A girl was found dead in the back of Matthew's car senior year. Her name was Claire. The student body believes he is responsible for her death.
Several of the male students wished that Matthew didn't come to the reunion. They blame him for Claire's death which he may or may not have gotten away with. A second girl walks up to Frank & slaps him across the face. Meanwhile, Fusco & Harold work on the Leona Wainwright case. They go to her office to get into her files.
Can Harold hack the computer offices where Leona worked? Why did a third girl slap Frank at the reunion? Did Claire overdose on drugs in her senior year or was she murdered by Matthew? - You can watch the full episode of “Most Likely to...,” at the official website of “Person of Interest.”