Pan Am “Diplomatic Relations” Review

As a show struggling to survive, things on Pan Am are getting serious. This week, in "Diplomatic Relations," most of the crew (plus a newly-returned Bridget) took a historic flight to Moscow where things quickly went downhill.

Of course, there was no way Kate was going behind the Iron Curtain without some sort of assignment. Her mission to check on an undercover operative might have been a piece of cake in any other country, but thanks to the KGB and her own sister, who decided that taking pictures of buildings was a good idea, Kate’s simple task turned into an exercise in secret politics.

I had a thought that maybe Laura wasn’t just taking those photos for her own scrapbook, like she might be working a mission just like Kate, but it was a fleeting notion. I love Laura, but it’s a good thing she’s pretty. (Unless that’s her cover…) Regardless, at least she had Bridget to keep her calm in a Russian holding cell. It was about the only good thing Bridget did all night. Read More...

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