'Hostages' episode 5: 'Truth and Consequences' is more like lies and consequences

Apparently the only character on "Hostages" with a finely honed sense of survival is the president.Though James Naughton is not in Monday's (Oct. 21) episode, it was an assassination attempt on him, by lethal operation, which kicked off the series. He's managed to stay unscathed while the family taken hostage suffers -- and the kidnappers themselves aren't doing too well -- in "Truth and Consequences."When we last saw the Sanders family, Ellen (Toni Collette) was outside the depot, about to join her children and board a bus to Canada. She was walking into the station when she exhibits an unusual lapse of judgment by answering her cell phone only to watch Duncan Carlisle (Dylan McDermott) shoot her husband, Brian (Tate Donovan).This episode picks up with her kids, Morgan and Jake (Quinn Shephard and Mateus Ward) uncertain of whether to board the bus. They decide to wait. A little later, they answer a page at the...


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