Episodes American Broadcasting Company February 25, 2014 and March 25, 2014
|Episodes American Broadcasting Company||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date
|101||"Pilot"||Miguel Sapochnik||Kyle Killen||February 25, 2014||101||3.58|
|Clark and Ross Edwards are brothers who run a firm employing psychological techniques to influence outcomes for those in need. Clark's bipolar disorder drives him to hire Ross's ex-wife to keep it in check, creating tension. As the firm struggles to prove its legitimacy, they take the case of a mother trying to convince her insurance company to approve an experimental surgery for her son. Meanwhile, we learn that Ross was a shady investor who went to jail after his wife blew the whistle on him and Clark was a respected professor until he had an affair with a student named Beth and got fired over it. Later, it's revealed that Ross paid Beth to seduce Clark to get him fired so they could start a business together.
|102||"Asymmetric Dominance"||Miguel Sapochnik||Kyle Killen||March 4, 2014||102||2.39|
|The team takes on the case of a woman thought to be a shoo-in to be promoted to CEO, but is facing unexpected competition. Meanwhile, Ross tries to determine if Beth's return is for love or for money.|
|103||"Pet Rock"||Timothy Busfield||Donald Todd||March 11, 2014||103||2.68|
|A girl's parents seek help in getting her out of a cult, but the cult leader proves far more versed in manipulative techniques than Clark realized. Ross and Claire clash over telling Clark the truth about Beth.|
|104||"Apophenia"||Arlene Sanford||Kyle Killen||March 18, 2014||104||2.44|
|When a congressman changes his mind about a controversial gun bill, his son approaches the team to change it back. Meanwhile, a reporter is preparing an exposé that threatens to bring down the firm.|
|105||"Cauliflower Man"||Romeo Tirone||Eli Attie||March 25, 2014||105||2.06|
|A disgraced and unbelieved whistleblower wants the team to convince his ex-coworker to become a whistleblower, too, while the firm deals with a lack of funds and Clark's manic episode which leaves him unavailable for the case.