|The Rolling Stones|
|Season 4, Episode 9|
|Air date||July 10, 2011|
|Written by||Barbara Nance|
|Directed by||David Warren|
Kumar vs. Kumar
The Rolling Stones is the ninth episode of season 4 of In Plain Sight.
A witness must enter the program because of his twin brother.
- Mary McCormack as Mary Shannon
- Frederick Weller as Marshall Mann
- Paul Ben-Victor as Stan McQueen
- Nichole Hiltz as Brandi Shannon
- Ingrid Lambert as Shea Teddy
- Joelle Brianne as Graham Laurie
- Merritt Glover as Sheila
- Ambrose Ferber as FBI Agent
- Matthew Downs as Stubby
- David Norona as George Stone
- Ramses Jimenez as Billy Stone
- Chris Ellis as Reidell
Mary's Voice OverEdit
- Back at our Lady of Immaculata, the nuns taught us that getting into college and/or heaven was a matter of sitting up straight, shutting your mouth, and keeping your eyes in the front of the class. But the sisters' best intentions didn't always pave the way to the Ivy League, let alone the afterlife. The fallacy is believing that being good means doing well. That walking the straight and narrow, minding your P's and Q's, and following the golden rule will, in the long run, reap rewards.
- Scientists and scholars and poets and priests can argue the particulars, but who's to say, really, how children raised in the exact same house can turn out to be so drastically different? Forget nature or nurture. My guess is it's the luck of the draw. And that's the scary part. How smart they are, if they can read a map, or carry a tune... it's mostly out of your hands. Just add water and hope for the best. Because in the end, as it is in the beginning, a child is going to be who a child is going to be All it'll be for sure is a reminder, a constant reminder of who you are, and where you've been, and how far you have to go.