It was pretty shocking that Phillip comes right out and tells Elizabeth flat out that he's been communicating (through Oleg) with the Gorbachev supporters back home regarding Elizabeth's surveillance of Nesterenko, Gorbachev's hand-picked summit negotiator. Even more surprising, though, was Claudia coming out and telling Elizabeth she's just being used to help overthrow Gorbachev and no matter how faithful Nesterenko is, her report will be adjusted to turn the Central Committee against Gorbachev. Regarding the sketches of P+E, I wonder if Stan recognizes more than he lets on to Aderholt. The sketches are pretty good if you already know what P+E look like. Stan is starting to put all the pieces together, though, and gets a free Roy Rogers for his troubles, lol. I was surprised Phillip went ahead and rented a Russian movie. I wonder if he rented it under his 'real' name. Elizabeth is still cautious, though. She burns the painting she could barely fit into her Volare wagon. (I had to wonder if the producers picked the car first, then the painting's size, or the painting first, then said, "Hey, we're gonna need a station wagon for this huge thing!") In the end, Elizabeth feels betrayed by the hardliners and gives her support to the Party loyalists, enlisting Phillip. Discuss.