1971, the White House hires E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy, former CIA and FBI, respectively, to investigate the Pentagon Papers leak. After failing upward, the unlikely pair lands on the Committee to Re-Elect the President, plotting several unbelievable covert ops.
S1 E1: The Beverly Hills Burglary
A year before the infamous Watergate break-in, E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy are tasked with investigating the Pentagon Papers leak, gathering a team of Cubans - all Bay of Pigs veterans - to infiltrate whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office.
S1 E2: Please Destroy This, Huh?
While Hunt and Dorothy entertain Liddy and wife Fran at their country club, their kids paint a less-than-perfect portrait of the family. When a leaked memo from Dita Beard puts Attorney General John Mitchell in legal jeopardy, Liddy and Hunt get a shot at redemption.
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S1 E3: Don’t Drink The Whiskey At The Watergate
Hunt, Liddy, and the Cubans attempt to break into the DNC offices at the Watergate to plant listening devices for the White House.
S1 E4: The Writer's Wife
Reeling from the arrests at the Watergate, Hunt enlists Saint John's help to dispose of evidence, while Liddy warns the acting Attorney General that the burglaries can be tied back to the President. Later, Dorothy must take control to protect her family and the Liddys.
S1 E5: True Believers
Liddy shares his concerns about Hunt's stability with John Dean and tries to make a deal. After Liddy, Hunt, and their accomplices are found guilty, Kevan leverages a secret notebook to convince her father to come clean in his Senate testimony, but it may be too late.