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The Americans S:5 | E:2 Pests

Showrunners Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg join Slate's June Thomas to discuss the second episode of the show's penultimate season. They discuss the Jenningses' parenting skills--and whether the trick Philip and Elizabeth taught Paige at the end of the episode is actually effective. Several members of the crew talk about the challenges they faced creating the greenhouse scene, then director of photography Dan Stoloff talks about his job.

Note: This podcast contains spoilers and is meant to be enjoyed after you watch the episode. New episodes air Tuesdays at 10pm on FX. 

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