- "My mom tells me that, like, all the time at home."
"How old are you?"
"Thirty. Pretty sure she wants me out the house."
- ―Wendy and Dinah Madani
Wendy was tasked by Dinah Madani to examine tableware from a diner in order to identify the man who confronted her, informing her that details of her request are classified. By the way, Wendy expressed her excitement about Madani's request and proceeded to work.
Wendy's efforts were not successful: although all DNA samples were identified, however, no one did not match with a man who Madani was searching. She contacted the CIA, NSA, United States Department of Defense and several foreign agencies to use their database and run the information what was not successful either. Reporting to Madani, Wendy noted that identity can be easily changed using computer access. However, Madani did not agree, saying that the past cannot be erased and decided to continue the search for herself.
Before she left, Wendy expressed respect for Madani's management of the Homeland Security, being a bit immodest. Madani admitted Wendy's filter issues what she agreed, saying that her mother keeps telling that.
- Homeland Security Headquarters: Wendy was working at the headquarters of the New York branch of the Homeland Security where Dinah Madani tasked her to identify John Pilgrim.