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Impressed by her ambition, Hudson meets her at lunch, where he tests her skills by having her lip-read Myles who is seated some distance away outside.
After which, Thomas is taken on as part of Hudson's "team", and she becomes a Special Investigative Analyst. She has some teething troubles early in her career, but quickly adapts to learn from her mistakes, using her lip-reading skills during various surveillance missions although she has some difficulty lip-reading non-English speakers while her approachable manner helps her appeal to various sources, regularly acting as the 'good cop' in interrogations.
Jack Hudson[ edit ] Jack Hudson played by Yannick Bisson is the unit leader, and as such generally takes the lead in the team's cases.
A lawyer from Wisconsinhe approaches his job as a Federal Agent with a burning drive. His experience as a sniper is revealed in the episode, "The Sniper".
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He is strongly attracted to Sue who reciprocates but unable to act due to their working relationship: Everyone in the office can sense the extreme chemistry between the two, such as the team eagerly participating in a plan that involves Jack and Sue going undercover as a married couple or the female members of the team paying for Sue to win Jack in a charity bachelor auction, but Jack and Sue refuse to go against the Bureau's policy.
In the last episode, during which Sue decides to leave, it becomes possible for them to get together. The two do have a firm, if complicated, friendship. His closest friends are Special Agents Manning and Gans. He provides a much-needed sense of humor and is best mates with Jack. They are similar ages and share a love of sports and the single life.
Bobby is also a recovering gambling addictand still attends Gamblers' Anonymous. However, only Jack knows about this, as it could effectively mean the end of Bobby's career with the FBI; Bobby experienced a relapse in "The Gambler", when an undercover operation required him to infiltrate a poker game to capture a notorious criminal, but after he lost most of the money donated by the FBI in a game outside the official match, he played one final game with the criminals he had been infiltrating to win back the money and then called the operation off.
From the first season, Bobby dated Darcy D'Angelo Polly Shannona journalist who initially wrote a very scathing story on the FBI before Bobby's genuinely emotional appeal won over her cynical point of view, but the two broke up in the third season when Darcy accepted an offer of a high-profile job in Los Angeles. Shortly after this, he and Tara discover a mutual attraction, and they eventually kiss in the episode "Troy Story", although they decide not to follow it up at the time.
Bobby is highly protective of the women he works with. When he was a child, his father left his mother, but she has since remarried. Bobby is close to both his mother and stepfather, who still live someplace in Australia. He has a bitter relationship with his biological father, although it improves after his father helps the team track down a notorious criminal and returns to prison when he could have escaped. He is the only one in the office other than Myles who knows very few signs.
Dimitrius Gans[ edit ] Dimitrius played by Marc Gomes is the father figure in the office, and the senior agent in terms of age and experience. He had a more sympathetic approach to Sue's mistakes early in her career; when she accidentally jeopardized a case when she broke into a suspect's garage without a legal warrant to acquire evidence that the suspect was involved in planning a bombing, Dimitrius helped Sue redeem her mistake by confirming that she saw the suspect mention a key contact outside his garage, at a location where Sue could clearly see him from outside the building with no warrant required for her observation.
He is the only married member of the team, and has two children: In season two his wife, Donna, suffered a miscarriage of what would have been their third child. He has a high opinion of both himself and his skills, and considers himself a cut above the rest of the team. He suffers a serious lack of a sense of humour, and is often the butt of the office jokes and other practical jokes. From the start he mistrusts Sue's place on the team and actively tries to have her removed when a new supervisor is appointed.
This backfires, with the supervisor instead contemplating replacing Myles because he was seen as a disruptive influence on the team, and Sue ends up saving Myles' place on the team by arguing that he helps to keep them together even if he does this by driving the team to unite against him. Over time Myles' relationship with Sue improved significantly, and the character becomes more relaxed in the office after his near-death experience.
He once dated Lucy, but when she found out he was cheating on her, she dumped him. Their working relationship is polite, but frosty. Myles has a difficult relationship with his parents and only recently started forging a proper relationship with his sister, Anne, after the team investigated a case in her law firm, noting that he was actually closer to Sue than Anne.
She is the team rotor, the unit's office manager and "base coordinator. She is close to her mother, although her father died some years ago. She is also close to her paternal grandmother.
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Jack had some news for her Jack and Sue were seeing each other for some time now. They were an item.
A very cut couple in love with each other. But then, one day, Jack dies on duty.
Sue speaks at the funeral. The poem was said in 4 wedding and a funeral. The sadness on the deaf woman's face was obvious to everyone. It was heart breaking to see.
Everyone could tell that she was having trouble talking because of the emotion, but she was strong, and even if she was broken, she gathered the courage to speak. Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone, Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone, Levy was at her feet, not moving, not making a sound… He was just as sad as she was after all… Silence the pianos and with muffled drum Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come. The coffin was right behind her with her love lying in it, unmoving.
Let aeroplane circle moaning overhead Scribbling on the sky the message He Is Dead, It was a message hard to accept… How was she going to move on? Almost all the FBI department was sitting in front of her… He was my North, my South, my East and my West My working week and my Sunday rest, It had taken time and hard convincing before they could work together. My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song; I thought that love would last forever: Oh yes, very wrong… The stars are not wanted now; put out every one, Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun, Pour away the ocean and sweep up the wood; For nothing now can ever come to any good.
Sue looked up and could see that she wasn't the only one hurting in the church. She could see Allie crying too, even if she hadn't been around much these last few months. It was also the first time she saw Bobby crying, and it was pretty impressive.
She didn't feel very well. Suddenly, the whole church became very hot to Sue. Her head started spinning… Her knees were weak. She fainted in front of everyone.
It was only 3am but the dream had her worried. She called Jack immediately to see if he was all right. Dreaming of him dead was pretty hard. Jack looked at the clock when he heard the phone ringing.