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S1 EP7
Trust No One

Golan checks on Eli in a holding cell at the police station and tells the guard to put him on suicide watch. When he gets home, Peter and Emma are waiting for him. Emma tells them her story: a few weeks ago, a man approached her at the café and said he would pay her to get Peter’s attention. The guy told her what to say, how to behave, and to dye her hair red. He also instructed her to slip the stone into Peter’s pocket but didn’t explain why. After the night she and Peter hung out, she met the man again so she could get paid. Instead he and some men threw her into a car and drove her to an abandoned building where they kept her chained up. When she heard them talking about killing her, she scratched the guard’s face with her nails and escaped that morning. 

S1 EP6
The Well Of Souls

When Golan arrives in the woods where Khalid’s body has been found, he notices a plastic object in the grass—the thing that Rabbi Lev buried after Yussef shot himself—which seems to be a digital time card. Golan takes it to Café Sergei and Rami confirms it’s for their employees and belongs to their barman, Eli. 

S1 EP5
Emma Wilson's Father

Lynn’s driver, Nadav, warns her about a protest happening at the Consulate that could cause traffic problems. As they drive slowly through a crowd of angry protestors, someone notices the US diplomatic license plates, and they swarm the car. They pull Nadav and Lynn from the car and beat Nadav senseless. Lynn is knocked to ground, tear gas filling the air around her. 

S1 EP4
Prayer Of David
Peter learns that Rabbi Lev was involved in a plot to blow up the Temple Mount in 1991, but Shin Bet never pressed charges. What if Lev has renewed his efforts to rebuild the Temple? Not only would the Arab world erupt, but also it could set off a chain of events akin to a third World War. Golan is starting to agree with Peter that this whole thing is bigger than the murder of one girl. When the ship carrying Avram and Red docks in Croatia, they are met by a warm man named Emil and his beautiful daughter, Elena, who immediately makes Avram both uncomfortable and excited. The Essene, Shem, looks on as they drive off with Red hidden in a crate in the back of Emil’s truck. Meanwhile, Ambassador Ridell has summoned Lynn to her office to tell her she needs to get Peter under control. She also cautions Lynn that if she’s intimately involved with Peter, she’s compromising herself. To get intel on Rabbi Lev, Peter and Golan pay a visit to Rabbi Shimon, Golan’s uncle. Shimon says that even if the JHC gets all the stones and the breastplate, they’d need an unblemished red heifer and a high priest born from the lineage of the First High Priest, raised in isolation from birth without his feet ever touching the ground to fulfill the prophecy. He explains that the stones were scattered to the four corners of the earth, hidden for safekeeping. However, there may be a clue to the whereabouts of one of them in the War Tablet, written by the Essenes, an ancient religious sect that once lived by the Dead Sea. In New Mexico, Charlie has been going from town to town trying to find Debbie. The waitress at the local diner tells him that she suspects Debbie is at Billingham’s compound. Her suspicions are proved to be correct when we see Debbie chained to a pole in a locked room at the compound. Even Sandra, the woman who delivers her food, won’t help her. Emil gives Avram “regular” clothes to change into before they get to his house so Avram doesn’t draw attention to himself. Avram’s makeover draws the attention of Elena, but Avram’s hesitation with his words proves he’s more comfortable with bovine company. When they arrive at Emil’s house, Shem the Essene is laying in wait on the edge of the property. Yussef Khalid arrives at the Israel Museum dressed as a maintenance worker and enters an air vent. At the same time, the head of the museum leads Peter and Golan to the secure room that houses the War Tablet. When they open the door, the tablet is gone and the curator has been seriously wounded. They frantically search the museum, but Yussef, now dressed in street clothes, has walked out the front door undetected. Charlie arrives at the compound, gun in hand, and Billingham attempts to diffuse the situation by explaining that Debbie left when she started using again. After a fruitless search, Charlie reluctantly takes the box of Debbie’s personal belongings they hand him. When he’s back in his car, a ring that he seems to recognize falls out of her stuff. During a lively dinner at Emil’s house, Avram is pulled into a circle dance and exchanges shy glances with Elena before he remembers the tenets of his faith and runs off. Not too far away, the Essene peels off his clothes and throws them into a fire by the sea. He covers himself in mud and recites the Prayer of David. Later, as Avram sleeps beside Red in the barn, the Essene enters in clean white robes. He goes to Red and whispers that the full moon will bring them both to their destiny. Peter and Golan arrive at Megiddo a few steps behind Yussef, who has driven there on a motorcycle. Yussef cracks the mosaic, swipes the stone, and takes off. Peter and Golan chase after Yussef, but they’re too late. At the compound, Debbie stands before Billingham and her peers. He’s giving her the chance to repent for her sins and be forgiven. She acknowledges that they saved her life but then accuses them of using her and making her an accessory to murder. Billingham asks Joshua to divine the Lord’s will, and Joshua puts the two stones Billingham has given him, one white and one black, into a leather bag. Joshua pulls out the black stone: guilty.
S1 EP3
Meet The Rosenbergs

After having tracked Yussef Khalid to the U.S. Consulate, Peter interrupts the state dinner to alert Lynn and Ambassador Ridell of the threat posed to their lives. Ridell orders the building to be evacuated and searched. Ultimately, no proof of Khalid even entering the building is found, which makes Peter look worse than he already does. 

S1 EP2
Catch You Later

Detective Cohen has brought Peter down to the police station to find out why Agent Connelly botched the transport of Yussef Khalid. Golan presses him, but before he can get any hard answers Lynn shows up with some questions of her own. Peter admits that he’s the mystery man in the security footage with Emma Wilson and that he suspects Emma and Khalid are connected. There’s something bigger going on than the murder of one girl 

S1 EP1
Pilot
Peter Connelly, an FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem, is on a mission to track down Yussef Khalid, a Palestinian American believed to have murdered the son of a senator on American soil. As Peter closes in on the suspect, he runs into Detective Golan Cohen of the Israeli Police, who is also after Khalid, but for a local robbery. This isn’t the first time these two have stepped on each other’s jurisdictional toes. After a pursuit through East Jerusalem, Detective Cohen apprehends Khalid. Peter, however, comes upon a young redheaded woman—it’s like he is seeing a ghost. But she disappears before he can figure out if she’s real. Josh, who is about to turn thirteen, is living in a walled, windowless compound in a remote part of New Mexico. Tad Billingham, the pastor in charge, says that Josh is “ready,” though he doesn’t explain for what. Josh’s caretaker, Debbie, doesn’t agree but Billingham squashes her concerns. He proceeds to tell Josh that the time has come for him to fulfill his destiny. Meanwhile, far from Jerusalem, Avram, a twenty-year old orthodox Jewish man, has been left in charge of a rare red calf in a remote part of Norway by Rabbi Lev. Rabbi Lev gives him a gun and tells Avram he will soon have to take the red calf on a dangerous journey, but he is not told where or why. Later that evening, outside of a café in the Old City, Peter finds the striking redheaded young woman, an archaeology fellow from UPenn working on a dig in the tunnels beneath the city led by a famous British archaeologist, Ian Margrove. She leads him through a secret door down to the site of her dig, and they decide to take swim in an underground natural pool. The midnight romance comes to an abrupt end when they hear religious chanting and the cries of a baby lamb. They sneak back out of the tunnel, and she slips a small stone into Peter’s pants pocket. The next morning, Peter finds Detective Cohen in Lynn’s office. Cohen reports that they found the body of a young woman named Emma Wilson with multiple stab wounds to the torso and neck. The only lead they have is security camera footage of her walking with a man, but his face is blurry. Peter sees that it’s him and the redheaded girl and confides with Lynn that he wants in on the case, but Lynn has reservations. Back at the compound, Faye, Billingham’s right hand, rushes in to report that Josh has escaped. While everyone is distracted looking for Josh, Debbie sneaks into a forbidden hallway that’s identical to the one she and Josh have been living in. There she comes upon Josh, but she is shocked when she realizes he’s not “her” Josh. He may look the same, but this Josh is acting very differently. Meanwhile, Faye has caught up to the real Josh along the road. He begs to be forgiven, but she says now that his feet have touched the ground he can’t come back. She raises her gun and shoots. Peter is tasked with making sure Khalid’s extradition handoff goes smoothly and that Khalid is safely delivered to US soil. While taking a detour to avoid traffic, Peter’s vehicle is hit by another car—clearly, a planned ambush to allow Khalid to escape. Peter gives chase but loses Khalid, though he realizes he has wound up in front of Emma’s apartment building. He goes inside and discovers her apartment has been ransacked. Khalid is there with a gun and tells Peter to empty his pockets. Peter is surprised to find the precious stone Emma gave him, which Khalid grabs and take off. When Peter is back his hotel room, he finds a drawing of the same stone in Emma’s diary. Suddenly, he hears police cars pulling up outside of the hotel. He hides the diary just as there’s banging on his door.