[S1E5] The Quicksand Girlfriend
On September 15, 2011, USA Network renewed the series for a 16-episode third season, which premiered July 10, 2012. Sarah Clarke began a recurring role in the first episode as Lena Smith, a highly regarded agent who serves as Annie's mentor when Annie is transferred to a new section. Oded Fehr will resume his recurring role as Mossad agent Eyal Lavin in both the summer and fall seasons, and Daniella Alonso will recur as Suzanne Wilkins, a DPD therapist. Rena Sofer will return as Gina, Arthur's ex-wife, in one episode. Devin Kelley returned as Parker, Auggie's girlfriend, and Brendan Hines appeared in the third episode as Wade, a man who works alongside Parker in the Peace Corps. The series also introduced British actor Richard Coyle in a recurring role as Simon Fischer, a British businessman to whom Annie is assigned, who may also be a Russian spy. All Season 3 episode titles are also titles of songs by David Bowie.
In "The Love God," Dipper, Mabel, Wendy, Lee, Nate, Tambry, and Thompson are cloud watching at the Gravity Falls Cemetery. Mabel then spots a hot-air balloon, and Wendy states that the annual Woodstick festival is in town, featuring up and coming independent musicians. Dipper then confesses that he has never attended an actual concert, and Wendy states that it is because he has never had an "awesome crew to roll with before." When an ominous moaning is heard, Wendy leads the group to an open grave. The moaning is revealed to be coming from Robbie, who is still mourning his and Wendy's breakup. When Wendy asks him about this, he tries to hide what he is doing, though no one buys it. Back at the Mystery Shack, Wendy apologizes to Dipper and Mabel for the awkward encounter. When Mabel suggests setting Robbie up with a new girlfriend, Wendy states her belief that Robbie is a lost cause. Later, when Mabel announces that Robbie and Tambry have begun a relationship to the other teens at Thompson's house, she is appalled by Tambry dating her ex without her knowledge. She angrily storms off and leaves the house. Wendy and her friends eventually reconcile after the festival, when they see Thompson running from security guards for bringing outside food.
In This Is Not America, he and Annie meet again in Israel where they are tasked to convince an American rocket scientist turn on his Israeli undercover spy girlfriend. During the mission, Eyal reveals that the CIA has asked him to do a cogent profile of her work in the field. Annie is furious, but she puts her feelings aside and eventually, with Eyal's help, they complete the mission.
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Either way, Nate has the job, and the family starts packing to leave the trailer park. While Jareb shares an awkward goodbye with his girlfriend, Delilah is ecstatic to be heading to a city full of diversity, culture and good education.
Tropes D Darker and Edgier: Inverted throughout the progression of the series; earlier episodes tend to show more gritty camera lighting and heinous crimes, while later episodes tend to show lighter camera angles and more controversial issues than individual crime