Photos from The Sinner season 1, Part III.
Warning: Recap contains spoilers
The big question going into Part III of The Sinner is whether or not Cora (Jessica Biel) can (and will) claim temporary insanity in the murder of Frankie Belmont. The episode wraps with an answer to that question -- and a bombshell of a revelation that has us speeding into next week. All that and more in this week's recap.
Cora Passes Her Initial Mental Examination
Special Agent in training Julie Irene balances motherhood with training full-time at Quantico. Special Agent Leo McFarland discusses what it means to be LGBTQ in the FBI today. Special Agents Joe Rudnick and Megan Kirkland introduce a troubled teen to an ISIS cooperator to help him understand the brutal reality of the terrorist organization.
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Brent Steffensen and Kacy Catanzaro lead Team Alpha; Kevin Bull serves as captain of the Expendabulls; other competitors include Ryan Stratis and his team, Stratisfaction, and Tremayne Dorth and the Tre Amigoz.
A parents' meeting turns ugly following a call to replace the Monaca Lil' Indians' head coach; undefeated teams Ambridge and Central Valley meet; Aliquippa hopes to recover from an early loss.
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Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) is on the move now so he's got a lot more room to put his skills to use. In this week's Shooter, Swagger begins his plan to clear his name, so he has to juggle several balls in the air at once. Finding clues, evading capture, and even seeing his wife gives us the most badass Swagger moments yet, such as...
Bob Lee reaches out to Nadine as he evades his pursuers, putting her on to the cop who took credit for his capture. Isaac juggles his double life as he tries to find Bob Lee.
Guest Stars: David Marciano, Eddie George, Sheila Shaw, Stefanie Von Pfetten, Michael Rothhaar, Jason Gedrick, Lexy Kolker
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