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101: PILOT | SCENE 1


Top Quantico grad Mike Warren has always had his heart set on a post in D.C. Instead, the young rookie is shipped off to Graceland, a palatial beachfront mansion in Southern California where he’ll bunk with other top undercover agents from the FBI, DEA and ICE and work under Quantico legend Paul Briggs.

101: PILOT | SCENE 2


Straight-laced Mike is at first taken aback by his unconventional housemates, but he learns fast and quickly manages to impress everyone, even Briggs, with his knack for undercover work.

101: PILOT | SCENE 3


However, when Mike is sent under with a Russian gang, he only avoids being gunned down when Briggs shows up and saves his life. Mike can’t help but feel grateful, but that could be problematic, as it turns out that the reason he was sent to Graceland in the first place is to investigate Briggs.

102: GUADALAJARA DOG | SCENE 1


Still getting his feel for Graceland, Mike is sent to a clandestine meeting with his control agent, Juan Badillo. Mike is happy for the guidance, but Juan is stingy with the details.

102: GUADALAJARA DOG | SCENE 2


Mike also meets his gorgeous roommate, Paige, who is spending her time fending off the advances of a horny Chinese gangster named Bobby Moy while she looks for a way to take him down.

102: GUADALAJARA DOG | SCENE 3


Meanwhile, Mike gets involved in Briggs’s investigation into a big time gang lord named Bello. The plan is for Mike to pose as a morally compromised Marine with illegal bullets to sell to Bello’s second in command, Eddie. Once they make the deal, they’ll arrest Eddie and flip him on his boss.

102: GUADALAJARA DOG | SCENE 4


But Briggs takes Mike’s idea and does him one better, using Bobby Moy to steal the bullets back from Eddie and then arresting Bobby Moy to solve Paige’s problem.

102: GUADALAJARA DOG | SCENE 5


It seems Mike’s training officer is playing chess while everyone else is playing checkers, a lesson that really sinks in when they head to a meet with Bello and Briggs pulls his gun on Mike.

103: HEAT RUN | SCENE 1


With Briggs’s gun trained on Mike’s head, it seems the rookie’s Graceland mission is already going down in flames. But it’s just a fake-out. See, Briggs has anticipated that Bello will be rightly pissed about being sold out to Bobby Moy’s crew.

103: HEAT RUN | SCENE 2


Mike and Briggs do a little light improv work to deflect the gang lord’s suspicion onto Eddie, and they don’t wait around to see the consequences.

103: HEAT RUN | SCENE 3


Later, Mike is dismayed to learn the rules of dating at Graceland: lie all the time; no civilians upstairs. His mood improves considerably, however, when he meets a sweet girl named Abby.

103: HEAT RUN | SCENE 4


Meanwhile, Lauren calls on Briggs to help her save their former roommate from the Russian gangsters who have it out for him, but when she winds up lying to Briggs and endangering their friends, Briggs does some manipulating of his own and gets her kicked out of Graceland.

104: PIZZA BOX | SCENE 1


Briggs and Mike score a sit-down with Bello, but the meet isn’t what they expect: the ganglord wants Mike to instruct his soldiers in firearm training.

104: PIZZA BOX | SCENE 2


Briggs doesn't relish being cut out of the loop and no one’s exactly comfortable with the idea of Mike teaching gangsters to shoot at an advanced level, but they all reluctantly go along with it.

104: PIZZA BOX | SCENE 3


Briggs and Charlie realize that Eddie may become a dangerous problem for Mike, so they drag him in for questioning to fuel the fire of Bello’s suspicion that his number two is working with the Feds.

104: PIZZA BOX | SCENE 4


They figure that once released, Eddie will skip town on the government dime in an act of self-preservation. But they miss the mark, and Mike earns a front row seat to Eddie blowing his own head off at Bello’s request.

105: O-MOUTH | SCENE 1


Juan tells Mike that some in the agency think Briggs has been skimming from drug busts for years. Could the Bello case be his play for the mother of all scores? Juan thinks so but Mike isn’t ready to believe it.

105: O-MOUTH | SCENE 2


In the meantime, Mike takes advantage of the vacuum left by Eddie’s death to become Bello’s bodyguard and gain valuable information regarding the Caza drug cartel’s next shipment of heroin, scheduled to arrive by submarine.

105: O-MOUTH | SCENE 3


Meanwhile, Charlie and Briggs work a mid-level dealer named Quinn to try and get some face time with Odin Rossi, a mysterious new supplier on the scene whose name is on everyone’s lips.

105: O-MOUTH | SCENE 4


When an old CI of Charlie’s overdoses and things start to go off the rails, Charlie is distraught enough to break the rules and shoot heroin for real.

106: HAIR OF THE DOG | SCENE 1


Briggs secretly nurses Charlie back to health, but when the brass call her in to discuss the debacle at Quinn’s she has little choice but to shoot a small amount of heroin to level out.

106: HAIR OF THE DOG | SCENE 2


Elsewhere, the DEA busts the Caza drug submarine but comes up empty handed. Mike learns the heroin is sitting on the ocean floor inside a torpedo tube, so he concocts a plan to have Bello cut out the cartel and recover the drugs himself.

106: HAIR OF THE DOG | SCENE 3


Johnny plays the part of an undersea recovery expert to a t, but Bello plans to leave Johnny for fish food when the job is done, so Briggs calls an audible that makes it look like both the drugs and Johnny were decimated in an explosion.

106: HAIR OF THE DOG | SCENE 4


Unfortunately, they don’t tell Mike, who is furious to have been left out of the loop. Thinking Briggs may have skimmed from the bust, Mike trails his training officer to what looks like a secret appointment, but he’s shocked to discover what kind of rendezvous it is: a Narc Anon meeting. It turns out Briggs is a heroin addict.

107: GOODBYE HIGH | SCENE 1


Briggs gives Mike the skinny on his dark secret: as a young agent, he was kidnapped by the Caza cartel, turned into a heroin junkie by the infamous Caza assassin “Jangles,” and then released.

107: GOODBYE HIGH | SCENE 2


If the bureau found out, all of Briggs’s old cases could potentially be reopened. Mike decides to tell Juan, in the hope that they can get some help for Briggs.

107: GOODBYE HIGH | SCENE 3


Meanwhile, Jakes pries into the lives of his estranged wife and son, and Charlie comes clean to the others about her heroin use. Johnny and Paige also pressure Mike to break it off with Abby, but Mike isn’t so into that idea.

107: GOODBYE HIGH | SCENE 4


The team rolls two cases into one when Mike convinces Bello to use Odin as his main supplier, with Briggs acting as middleman.

107: GOODBYE HIGH | SCENE 5


But Briggs works the system to his advantage again. Because as it turns out, he’s the mysterious Odin, and this meeting with Bello gives him a perfect opportunity to strike a deal with the gang lord – right under the nose of the FBI.

108: BAGMAN | SCENE 1


As Bello’s business hums back to life with an infusion of Odin’s product, Mike and the FBI wait and watch for a slip up while Briggs works double time to deliver on his deal with Bello and stay ahead of his own team.

108: BAGMAN | SCENE 2


Meanwhile, the Caza cartel responds to Bello’s betrayal with a bloody assault on his operation and a message: Jangles is coming for him.

108: BAGMAN | SCENE 3


Elsewhere, Charlie recruits Johnny to help her investigate Briggs when she starts to believe her housemate may be connected to Odin. Meanwhile, Mike tosses the rulebook, and while it winds up costing him his relationship with Abby, his choices force Briggs to meet with Bello in public.

108: BAGMAN | SCENE 4


With zero margin for error, Briggs outsmarts the FBI long enough to hand off the keys to a heroin-filled safe house, but he’s nearly caught in his own web. Briggs manages to get the drop on Mike and escape with his secrets intact, but not without Mike breaking a few of his ribs.

109: SMOKE ALARM | SCENE 1


With war between Bello and Caza on the horizon, Mike wants to pull the plug on the Bello operation but Briggs pushes to stay the course. But is he after justice or revenge?

109: SMOKE ALARM | SCENE 2


Briggs sets a trap for Jangles, but winds up drawing out Charlie. At the same time, Charlie meets a Federale named Rafael Cortes who is also on Odin’s trail, but it’s unclear whether he is an ally or an enemy.

109: SMOKE ALARM | SCENE 3


Elsewhere, Mike demands answers when he learns that Juan has been bugging his room. It turns out that before Graceland, Briggs was in a similar house, known as The Estate, which burned to the ground leaving five agents dead.

109: SMOKE ALARM | SCENE 4


Juan thinks Briggs is responsible but his evidence is shaky at best, and the more he talks, the more it becomes clear that Juan’s interest in the case has become a paranoid obsession, one that Mike wants no part of.

109: SMOKE ALARM | SCENE 5


Meanwhile, one of Bello’s own men sells him out to Caza, leading Jangles right to the gang lord’s door. Briggs arrives in time to save Mike, but though they manage to arrest Bello, Jangles slips through their fingers. Briggs drunkenly wallows at the ruins of The Estate, but when Juan approaches him dressed as Jangles, a struggle ensues and a gun goes off, and Juan drops to the sand, dead.

110: KINGS CASTLE | SCENE 1


Briggs gets to work burying all traces of his long sought-after revenge, unaware that the man he has just killed is Juan Badillo, and that the entire incident was captured for posterity by a recorder in Juan’s car.

110: KINGS CASTLE | SCENE 2


Charlie sends Mike into lock-up with Bello in the hopes that the gang lord may give up Odin to protect his loyal bodyguard, but the young agent almost becomes collateral damage when Briggs contrives to blow Mike’s cover in order to protect his own interests.

110: KINGS CASTLE | SCENE 3


Mike is called in to the Bureau by the brass, but they have no gold stars to hand out, only questions about Juan’s disappearance and the possibility of Briggs’s involvement. Mike fills Paige in on his investigation into Briggs and Juan’s disappearance.

110: KINGS CASTLE | SCENE 4


As the secrets and lies continue to fly, the ties that bind the house together begin to fray. Mike decides to tell Briggs the truth about his investigation, but Briggs won’t help Mike find Juan’s car or the recorder since it would look like a cover up. It’s only when Briggs looks into Juan that the enormity of what has transpired finally hits home.

111: HAPPY ENDINGS | SCENE 1


As the investigation into Juan’s disappearance begins, Briggs turns to Jakes to provide him some cover in his search while Mike enlists Paige to help him keep an eye on his duplicitous training officer.

111: HAPPY ENDINGS | SCENE 2


Elsewhere, Charlie’s lack of support in the Odin case pushes her closer to Rafael Cortes, but she doesn’t realize that her new partner is actually the infamous Jangles. Meanwhile, when the hunt for Juan’s car brings them to a gang of car thieves, Mike and Briggs are forced to go undercover on a robbery together.

111: HAPPY ENDINGS | SCENE 3


With Mike running short on trust and Briggs running out of options, it’s clear that whoever gets to Juan’s car first will control the outcome of the investigation. Mike seizes the upper hand, leaving Briggs only one course of action: run. However, when Mike and Paige arrive at Juan’s car, they find the recorder missing.

112: PAWN | SCENE 1


With everything going to hell, the higher ups make it clear that if Briggs isn’t found, Graceland will be shut down for good. Briggs isn’t really gone, though, and he hasn’t given up his quest for revenge.

112: PAWN | SCENE 2


Briggs realizes that Rafael Cortes is actually Jangles, but the Caza assassin proves slippery, and Briggs and Charlie soon find themselves tied up as Jangles readies his blade for his next kill. But Mike hasn’t given up his search, either, and he arrives in the nick of time to kill Jangles and save his friends.

112: PAWN | SCENE 3


Finally in handcuffs, Briggs tells Mike the rest of his story – it turns out, Briggs may not have lit the match that burned The Estate to the ground, but he did give up information to the Caza cartel during his heroin stupor.

112: PAWN | SCENE 4


But while Briggs may be in custody, he’s still one step ahead of everyone else, and he works the system to pin Juan’s death on Jangles.

112: PAWN | SCENE 5


With Briggs returned to the house, the members of Graceland begin the healing process, and Mike heads to D.C. However, Graceland isn’t done with him yet: Months later, Mike gets a call from his former training officer, who needs a little help.

112: PAWN | SCENE 6


Meanwhile, in a pawnshop somewhere in Southern California, two kids come across the recorder from Juan’s car, with the tape still inside...

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Paul Briggs

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Mike's Superior Officer

Mike Warren

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Rookie Officer

Page Arkin

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Drinks Hard, Plays Hard, Works Hard

JOe 'johnny' tuturro

“Johnny” Tuturro FBI

Brigg's Right Hand Man, Prankster

Dale 'DJ' Jakes

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Lone Wolf

'Charlie' Demarco

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