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Now that Rubicon's first season has come to an end, how can fans stay up-to-date on all of the latest Rubicon news and information? Here are a number of suggestions:
- Bookmark the official Rubicon website
- Become a fan of Rubicon on Facebook
- Follow Rubicon on Twitter
- Get Rubicon news on the go by downloading the AMC iPhone app
- Join the conversation in the Rubicon Talk forum and keep in touch with Rubicon fans and friends
Over the last thirteen weeks you watched Season 1 unfold, one suspenseful episode after another. But which episode was your favorite? Was it the series premiere with the shocking deaths of Thomas Rhumor and David Hadas? Was it Episode 11, with the attempt on Will's life? Or was it the season finale, during which Truxton received a four-leaf clover? Can't decide? Check out the complete Rubicon episode guide for a refresher on what happened each week, and then vote for your favorite ones in our Season 1 Episode Poll.
The exciting first season of Rubicon has come to an end with Will shedding some light on what the conspiracy is and who is involved -- but still searching for more answers. Take a look back at everything that happened during Season 1 by checking out the following content:
- Watch a video recap that sums up the entire season in two minutes
- Watch video recaps of every episode
- Watch videos of the most talked-about scenes from every episode
- Check out production stills from every episode
- Take an online quiz on what happened in Season 1
- Join the conversation in the Rubicon Talk forum, which includes dedicated threads for every episode
Also worthy of your attention:
- Read a written recap of Season 1
- Read written recaps of every episode
- Watch videos that take you behind the scenes of every episode
- Read all of the entries in Maggie's Blog
- See if you have what it takes to work in intelligence with the API Job Interview
Last Sunday night was Rubicon's final Watch & Chat event of the season, during which fans were encouraged to go to the Episode 13 open thread in the Rubicon Talk forum to chat about the season finale with fans and friends while the episode was airing.
The night also included the latest Watch & Chat question, in which a query based on events in Episode 13 has users chatting. This week's question is "What do you think Truxton Spangler will do next?" Here are some examples of what people are saying so far:
"What Truxton Spangler will do next, is this: He will double the guard on the island where his family lives, call in many of the favors he has accumulated over the years he's been so well connected in Washington, insist (as we know from Kale Ingram) that the intelligence points to Iran, and through any company that knows him apart from the Fisher Island Group (FIG) he will commit market mayhem. He will also argue against U.S. dependence on foreign oil -- for both national strategic and obscure personal interests. This man accept the four-leaf-clover invitation? Not on his life! " - S Peterson
We were told today to focus on the truth as we went about our work. "Just the truth."
Today the truth is that Katherine is dead and the downed tanker in Galveston Bay will block the harbor for months to come.
We all feel the weight of what happened yesterday. It bears down on us as if we were the ones to load the bombs and ignite the fuse. The world at large is turning its head towards Iran, but at work, the bull's-eye is directly on our back.
It's the end game of all bad deeds: we need someone or something to blame for it.
I have been blamed for Katherine's disappearance, and while it hasn't been said, I'm sure K.I. holds me accountable for her death as well.
I feel grief for the loss of this woman, but I also feel angry. Angry that Will gave me this impossible choice that caused me to abandon Katherine in the first place. Angry that K.I. blamed me for Katherine leaving. Angry that Katherine left after we begged her to stay. Angry that I had some part in the end of her life. And anger. Anger that I feel this way at all.
Katherine was a good woman. A woman who only wanted to know the truth. The truth of what caused her husband to take his life. I hope if she found her answer before she died.
The truth is also that I love Will. I love him despite knowing that he is damaged. More damaged now than he was before David's death. Perhaps so damaged that he may never be whole again. But I love him still.
And while Will can trust me to hold his secrets close, the truth is he may have made a mistake by staying at work, but my fear of losing him told him he couldn't quit now -- he couldn't quit now after all that's happened to bring us this close.