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‘Deception’ Video: Joanna & Julian Play A Hot Game Of ‘Bodyguard’

Thu, January 17, 2013 10:00am EDT by Andy Swift 4 Comments
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Courtesy of NBC has an exclusive clip from the Jan. 21 episode of ‘Deception.’ Enjoy!

Nobody likes being ambushed with questions on the street — especially when the questions are “Did your brother kill your sister?” and “Did you know your sister was a junkie?” So you can imagine how Julian (Wes Brown) feels about the swarm of paparazzi bugging him in‘s exclusive clip from the Jan. 21 episode of Deception. Not great.

In fact, he quickly takes the Edward (Tate Donovan) route by man-handling one of the reporters, which really only incites the mob even more. Fortunately, Joanna (Meagan Good) is waiting in the wings to save the day. And by “waiting,” I obviously mean “lurking,” because that’s what Joanna does. She lurks.

Joanna manages to keep Julian out of too much trouble, but she’s forced to let loose her inner law enforcement officer to do so, which prompts an expectedly confused reaction from her man in distress.

And because no scene between Julian and Joanna can end without an incredible amount of overt sexual tension, Julian suggests that Joanna should become his “personal bodyguard.” And he says it with his eyes.

What’s Next For Joanna & The Bowers Family?

Deception‘s Jan. 21 episode, ominously titled “A Drop Of Blood And A Microscope,” also brings Joanna closer to both Samantha (Marin Hinkle) and Julian, though her experiences with the two aren’t exactly even. Meanwhile, Edward is fired from Bowers’ Pharmaceutical, and a mysterious newbie shakes up Mia’s (Ella Rae Peck) world.

Then, on the Jan. 28 episode, Joanna finds out Julian is keeping a secret about the night Vivian (Bree Williamson) was murdered. Plus, Edward gets more “disturbing news,” and Mia’s new boyfriend gets introduced to the family.

I’m sure there’s a lot more drama to come as Deception unfolds, so watch our exclusive clip below, then drop a comment with your best theories:

— Andy Swift