In Plain Sight Season 2

"Don't Cry for Me, Albuquerque"

This is the season finale of In Plain Sight. It's titled "Don't Cry for Me, Albuquerque."

"Once a Ponzi Time"

This is the second-to-last episode of In Plain Sight's second season. It's titled "Once a Ponzi Time."

"Let's Get It Ahn"

Gotta love the title of this In Plain Sight episode. It's called "Let's Get It Ahn."


We're nearing the end of season two of In Plain Sight. This is a summary of "Jailbait."

"Miles to Go"

This episode of In Plain Sight is titled "Miles to Go." In it, Mary learns about a missing son.

"Who's Bugging Mary?"

The title of this episode is "Who's Bugging Mary?" Here's a short recap of its developments.

"A Frond in Need"

What goes down during the episode "A Frond in Need?" Let's find out!

"Duplicate Bridge"

This is the seventh episode of In Plain Sight's second season. It's titled "Duplicate Bridge."

"One Night Stan"

Here's a mini recap of the sixth episode this season. What went down this week on In Plain Sight?

"Aguna Matatala"

On the fifth episode of In Plain Sight's second season, former West Wing great Richard Schiff guest stars. The installment is titled "Aguna Matatala."

"Rubble with a Cause"

A major building collapse highlights this episode of In Plain Sight. Clarke Peters, from The Wire, guest stars.

"A Stand-Up Triple"

This is the third episode of In Plain Sight's second season. It's titled "A Stand-Up Triple."

"In My Humboldt Opinion"

A marijuana mastermind is at work in this episode. It's titled "In My Humboldt Opinion."

"Gilted Lily"

"Gilted Lily" is the second season premiere of "In Plain Sight." Here's an overview of the episode.

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In Plain Sight Season 2 Quotes

One of the most difficult moments in anyone's life is when the fog of childhood lifts and we see for the first time our parents as people.


Marshall: You are in a different kind of mood this morning.
Mary: Actually, I'm in a really good mood. Which is kind of weird considering where I was 48 hours ago. Then I had a witness off herself and, like that is not bad enough, I've got to play second fiddle to a knucklehead like you.
Marshall: Thanks for lumping me in with kidnapping, attempted rape and suicide. Can't tell you how much that means.