This time Daniel’s life gets a bit more exciting than usual when a former CIA spy is in danger.
Daniel’s friend and teaching colleague, Fred, tells him about Cobra, the spy and how people are trying to kill him. After Fred ends up dead, Daniel is determined to find out what is going on.
There wasn’t much except a man who had tricked even his own girlfriend into believing he was a CIA agent. He was so convinced about his own lie, that when the FBI tricked him to go talk to a ‘suspected terrorist’, he bought it and went straight in.
Daniel figured out it was all a fraud, and Cobra wasn’t really a spy and all the code names for operations had been invented at his local bar, while he was bored I suppose.
It was a good way to approach the potential option of having Daniel working with more agencies than the FBI. He’s always been so educated and smart that perhaps it’s time for him to break out of his shell and leave for good.
The episode was definitely an improvement from previous weeks, and it reassured us all by knowing that there is still potential for more perception.
The Ninja’s Assistant