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Roger Thornhill goes to the United Nations to look for Lester Townsend, but he ends up as a murder suspect.
Visitors and staff are taken care of by ambulance personnel in front of the United Nations building.
Leon is looking at the city he is living in.
David practices in the hall for his speech.
After they meet in the mensroom Elise runs away, David tries to stop her.
David's speech after the election results got out.
The exterior of the Late Night studio.
After the assassination of Lester Townsend at the United Nations, Roger Thornhill escapes. He catches the train from Grand Central Station to Chicago.
Molly on her way to work for her first day.
Mr. Robot is watching Freddy Lomax as he enters Grand central Station. He tells what to do to get rid of the guys following him.
Richard Sherman and the blonde girl just went to the movies when the air from the subway lifts up he white dress.
André is asking Frankie for her phone to make sense of the things that just happened.
Parry watches Lydia walk through Grand Central Station towards the subway. In his world everybody starts dancing.
John Wick is located by killers who are after him.
Dylan surprises Jamie at Grand Central Station.
The gangsters are trying to catch Carlito who wants to escape New York with Gail. The result is a gunfight in Grand Central.
The aliens appears in the New York sky.
The hotel where Marisa works as a maid.
Dylan and Sarah finally meet their destiny.
A drunk Rachel describes to another woman what she would like to do to Anna, the woman who is responsible for the end of her marriage.
Rachel makes drawings of the people she sees from the train in the restaurant.
Thomas Webb and his father are having diner. Ethan wants Thomas to move closer to him and his mother.
Serena Van der Woodson returns to New York at Grand Central Terminal at the beginning of the serie.
Robert Neville has to keep his act together when someone is driving him crazy.