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'Timeless' Recap: Lucy Visits Ford's Theatre on the Night of Lincoln's Assassination

The second episode of Timeless, titled "The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln," takes us back to April 14, 1865. Flynn travels back to the time of President Lincoln's infamous assassination to work alongside actor and murderer John Wilkes Booth, and our trio of heroes must hurry after him to stop any changes he'll make to history. But Lucy, Rufus and Wyatt find their roles to preserve history more difficult than they imagined, as they realize the full impact the assassination will have on post-Civil War America.
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