“We can make peace with them. Now…is maybe the best chance we’ll ever get. That’s why I’m here.”
This is Oleg and Stan….I mean, Philip (God, I’m so used to writing about the other pairing) standing on the steps of a park at night. Philip is considering the idea of spying on his own wife, but first he needs some answers from the man asking him to do that.
“I don’t really understand what’s going on.”
“The people running The Center, we believe, are actively trying to get rid of Gorbachev,” Oleg tells him. “They can’t stand progress. It’s a threat to them. Our country having any kind of openness or freedom…they think it means we won’t be communists anymore.”
“My wife would never do anything to hurt our country,” Philip answers.
“We know how loyal she is,” Oleg says. “But that loyalty can be used. We have to know what she’s up to.” He tells Philip about Elizabeth trying to secure a radiation sensor. He tells him about the Air Force general who ended up dead. Continue reading The Americans recap: Mr. and Mrs. Teacup
– Screen Captures 6×04 – Mr. and Mrs. Teacup
6×08 – The Summit
With the arms control summit under way, a shocking revelation from Philip throws Elizabeth – and her work – into turmoil. Stan follows a dangerous hunch.
– Episode Stills 6×04 – Mr. and Mrs. Teacup
Yesterday Keri, Matthew and Joel Fields attended The New York Times live conversation. Check out pictures in our gallery.
– Events Times Talks 20th Anniversary Festival : The Americans – April 14 2018
– Photoshoots TimesTalks – April 14 2018
Last night Keri attended DVF Awards. She was presenting the International DVF Award to Jaha Mapenzi Dukureh. Keri was wearing shirt and pants by Diane von Furstenberg.
The DVF Awards was founded in 2010 by Diane von Furstenberg and The Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation to recognize and support extraordinary women who are dedicated to transforming the lives of other women; women who have had the courage to fight, the power to survive, and the leadership to inspire.
Honorees are celebrated annually at the DVF Awards ceremony at the United Nations in New York City, as part of the Women in the World conference.
Each year, five awards are bestowed to women who have demonstrated leadership, strength, and courage in their commitment to women’s causes. The Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation grants each honoree $50,000 for their non-profit organization in order to further their important work.
– Events 2018 DVF Awards – April 13 2018
“There’s trouble back home.”
Elizabeth is talking about Gorbachev and the party leaders working to secretly undermine him, but her warning also applies to the Jennings household. Paige witnessed the violent death of one of Elizabeth’s contacts. Not only does she know her mother has blood on her hands, but she also has it all over her face, clothes, and hair.
Paige makes it back to her family’s house before her mother, and Philip tries to comfort and reassure her. (Almost pathetically, he plies her with some EST self-help techniques.) Then Elizabeth blows through the door like a thunderstorm and rips Paige apart for reacting to the gunshots and running to the scene, rather than waiting in her position.
Nevermind that, one way or another, Paige was going to figure out what happened. Even if she’d stayed put, how was Elizabeth going to explain being covered in an Air Force general’s blood and brains? Continue reading The Americans recap: Urban Transport Planning