“ I’m sorry I didn’t kill you. That’s my apology.” Damn, Elizabeth is hardcore! And awesome.
“Duty and Honor” took Phillip on a trip to Manhattan, under the pretense of a travel convention – but really to play an integral role in a mission to discredit a more
Philip and Elizabeth constantly hook up with other people. They make their living off lies. Their arguments reach such intensity that if Leonard Tolstoy wrote a book about them it would be titled War and More War . Yet for all that, these two have one of more
"Duty and Honor" fleshed out Phillip's romantic history (and plain "history," for that matter) at a precarious time in the Jennings' relationship. http://www.tv.com/news/the-americans-duty-and-honor-review-first-love-last-kiss-136326378957/ more
“Marriage is hard,” Elizabeth Jennings tells Sandra Beeman in “Duty and Honor.” “Well, it’s not for sissies, that’s for sure,” Sandra replies, “but at the end of the day, you either choose to keep going or you don’t.” Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2 more
On this week’s “The Americans,” we got a little more information on Phil’s back-story in “Duty & Honor.” Though Liz & Phil were still clearly reeling from the events of last week’s episode, Liz also seemed a bit skittish about Phil’s latest assignment, wh more
The Americans continues to impress with its tight storytelling, compelling characters, and ability to be unpredictable at the right times.
In " Duty and Honor ," Philip was sent to work with his former love to discredit a Polish dissident, while Eliza more
This week, supporting characters point out what our main three don’t seem to realize: their dedication to their beliefs could be their undoing. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/03/13/the-americans-recap-old-flames-burn-bright/?mod=WSJBlog
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Duty and Honor," the March 13 episode of FX's "The Americans," in which Phillip teams with an ex-lover for a mission, while Stan enjoys an evening out http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-the-americans-duty-and more