"ARPANET" is a tight, propulsive episode of The Americans , a show that produces little else. Written by Joshua Brand and directed by Kevin Dowling, it also moves the story forward politically, moving it deeper into the '80s and more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Arpanet," the April 9 episode of FX's "The Americans," in which Nina tries to beat the polygraph, while Philip tries to hack the early internet. Read More...
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14:49 EDT, 16 Apr, 2014
What it means when you drink cheap vodka from a nice glass.
Nina was by far the best part of The Americans Season 2 Episode 7 .
I love her anytime she's on the screen. She's turned into quite a force to be reckoned with. She has gone from a woman forced to betray her homeland to a wo more
As one might expect from the title, "ARPANET" went further into a storyline bringing the Jennings into contact with the future, in the form of what will become the internet. it’s a tricky inclusion because you don’t want to be too cu more
The life of a spy is difficult. Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, despite the rockiness of their marriage in the first season of The Americans , haven’t had too many issues in completing their missions when they only have to worry about each othe more
“We’re all spies,” Nina tells Stan near the end of “Behind the Red Door,” when he asks her if she has any idea how Oleg found out about the backstory of her becoming a double agent. Everybody on this show is a spy more