Enter ghost writer Landon Parvin—the go-to guy for political mirth.
Landon Wilson, a U.S. Navy cryptologic technician, returned from Afghanistan in 2013 to a promotion for good work.
They live in the upper middle class Dilworth neighborhood of Charlotte, N.C., with their two sons, Landon and Lucien.
The pilot episode opens with Jacob (Landon Gimenez) waking up, heaving, in a field in a China.
Landon defended its “extensive ethics and character-education program,” which was dismissed by Dowd.
I was afraid Landon would be here first,” he said hurriedly, “and that you would both be waiting for me.
Landon is almost as good a hustler as Tony, and a much better forester.
The other had closed in upon Landon as he struggled in the captain's grip.
You turn from a splendid fellow like Landon to a ‘skate’ like me.
He merely put another item in the mental ledger from which Landon's account would one day be presented, and paid, in full.