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Toward the end of the most recent episode of the FX drama The Americans , which aired May 2, the married Soviet spies Elizabeth and Philip Jennings — played by real-life couple Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys — are once again at odds over whether the risks of their work are worth it. Elizabeth tells Philip she is going to Chicago to extract a fellow spy in trouble; she will risk anything for the cause she believes in, the Soviet Union. Two decades later, with the Cold War at its zenith, the fictional characters in The Americans are waging their own war of ideas. The Americans is, on the surface, a show about the ideological struggle between capitalism and communism, and how it affects protagonists on both sides.