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My Own Worst Enemy season 1
My Own Worst Enemy season 1 episodes list:
Meet Henry, an average man with a wife, two kids and a dog. Meet Edward, an operative who speaks several different languages and is trained to kill. What do they have in common? They are the same person. When Henry finds out about Edward he is unsure of who and what he can believe in.
Edward and Raymond must kidnap a German software engineer with information about a possible terrorist attack. Henry tries to deal with the fact that all his childhood memories were made up.
Edward must go to Mexico and get schematics to Russia's next generation nuclear bomb; Tom's wife becomes suspicious of his many business trips and hires a private investigator.
Henry wakes up and finds himself in the midst of gunfire; Mary Grady discovers that her suspicions about Tom are true; a relationship between Edward and Dr. Skinner is revealed.
Henry suspects his wife is a spy. Edward makes a deal which could cost him dear in exchange for information with the KGB Agent Mariam Shefer. Dr. Norah Skinner investigates Angie and in the process realizing how much Edward means to her.
Edward risks national security to find the identity of his parent's killer; Angie prepares for bad news when her father visits for the holidays; Tom and his wife Mary rekindle their strained relationship.
Edward confronts Alistair Trumbull as he continues to investigate his parents' death. In order to clear up a dangerous accident, Raymond must meddle with Tom and Mary's wedding. Henry is not happy when Jack buys himself a used car.
Mavis and Alistair disagree on how the American hostages in Angola should be rescued, in which Edward and Raymond found. Also, Edward's relationship with Dr. Skinner is questioned.
Edward figures a way to change identities on his own, but it may be risky. Tom meets up with a stranger who is aware of his alter ego, and Edward is sent on a secret mission by Mavis and Alistair on his own without the usual backup.