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THE STRAIN First Look: Eph Goes on a Mission…and Gets a New Look

August 7, 2015 by  

THE STRAIN’s Eph thinks he has the key to stop the vampires that are taking over New York — in the form of the bioweapon he and Nora have been working on — but now comes the hard part: getting the resources so they can mass produce it.

In order to do that, Eph takes a trip to Washington, D.C. in this Sunday’s brand new episode.

“There’s this great sort of two-episode arc where I go down to D.C. to try to get the bioweapon made,” THE STRAIN star Corey Stoll (Eph) told reporters on the show’s Toronto set earlier this year. “You definitely get the sense that [the outbreak] is affecting the rest of the country, but everybody else had the lead time to sort of protect themselves. So [we see that] D.C. is somewhat normal, but there are huge political ramifications, they’re trying to reach the president, and the government is definitely reeling from it, but it’s not this vector of disease like New York is.”

And as Eph makes the journey, he has to go incognito…and so he gets a (familiar) new look.

Check out a photo from Sunday’s hour…

Credit: Michael Gibson/FX

Credit: Michael Gibson/FX

THE STRAIN airs Sundays at 10 PM on FX.


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