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The Oath - Season 01


Elizabeth then tells Paige that that thing was there with Philip. So what went wrong? Philip tells Martha that he and his ex-wife didn't know how to be married. When Elizabeth watches Philip takes his vows with Martha, it strikes an important chord in her -- the same chord that the oath Nina said struck her, that made her confess her spying.




The Oath - Season 01



"The Oath" was a really great episode in a string of solid offerings, and I'm interested to see how many loose ends this first season will tie up next week with the promise of a second season on the horizon. The FBI know they are looking for a couple, which is a big step, and Philip and Elizabeth can't evade Stan forever ... we shall see.


According to the FBI, the Oath Keepers focuses on recruiting current and former military, law enforcement and first responders. The organization's name alludes to the oath sworn by members of the military and police to defend the Constitution "from all enemies, foreign and domestic."


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