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What might be different if a person could co-exist in an alternate world? Howard Silk, a low-level agent whose career is winding down at a Berlin-based United Nations spy agency, unwittingly learns the answer. Upon discovering his organization is harboring a secret, that of a gateway to a parallel dimension, Howard's life suddenly becomes immersed in a mysterious world of espionage, intrigue, and government conspiracies. There, the only man he can trust is Prime, his almost-identical counterpart from a divergent reality.

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A crisis at the O.I. leaves both Howards stranded.
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Howard attempts to thwart the Guest's plans; Howard and Emily chase Kaspar.
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The aftermath of the Indigo school discovery takes an emotional toll; Quayle grapples with his wife's new identity.
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Clare's past is revealed; Quayle suffers through his own birthday party.
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Aldrich questions a not-too recent death in the office; Emily, Howard and Shaw follow a lead.
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Howard discovers another side of Emily; Howard and Emily search for answers about a mysterious drop site; Aldrich and Quayle seek intel from an old friend.
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Both Howards deepen their investigation of the conspiracy; Quayle meets one of Howard's sources; Clare must decide what to do about Baldwin.
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Both sides turn to diplomacy to resolve a conflict; Emily obtains a special visa; Howard interrogates a suspect.
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Howard and his counterpart must work together; Baldwin comes face to face with her past; Emily, from the other side, attempts to make sense of her orders.
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Howard Silk discovers the truth about where he works; the Office of Interchange searches for an assassin.

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