Perception

Season 1 Episode 10

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Sep 17, 2012 on TNT
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New evidence found online has Moretti seeing Pierce's conspiracy theory in a new light. Pierce's new doctor presses him to face the truth about Natalie. (Part 2 of 2)

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  • Great season finale!

    8.5
    Glad they finally explained who "Natalie" is. It was a bit of a stretch for the viewer to believe that Daniel just happened to meet up with this same woman he saw so many years ago, but I know the writers had to make her a real person. If he's on his meds, he can't see her as a hallucination, so they had to bring her to life. I always look forward to the final moments when he's lecturing his class and the theme music builds under his words - love it! This episode was especially good at the end, because there was nice closure from the very first episode of the series - with Lewicki observing Daniel on the bench with Natalie.moreless
Eric McCormack

Eric McCormack

Dr. Daniel Pierce

Kelly Rowan

Kelly Rowan

Natalie Vincent/Dr. Caroline Newsome

Rachael Leigh Cook

Rachael Leigh Cook

FBI Agent Kate Moretti

Arjay Smith

Arjay Smith

Max Lewicki

Freddy Rodriguez

Freddy Rodriguez

Wesley Sumter

Guest Star

Jimmy Bennett

Jimmy Bennett

Alex Willingham

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Jayne Atkinson

Jayne Atkinson

Helen Paulson

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Jonathan Scarfe

Jonathan Scarfe

FBI Special Agent Roger Probert

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LeVar Burton

LeVar Burton

Dean Paul Haley

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    • Daniel: Sometimes the billions of neurons firing in our brains help us concoct elaborate scenarios. We imagine ourselves with a dream girl, or landing a dream job, an astronaut, rock star... Even the United States senator. But fantasies can turn dark. We start to believe that there's a monster under the bed, or that evil forces are aligning themselves against us. All these fantasies, good and bad, stem from an evolutionary imperative. Our brains are exploring potential outcomes that might help us achieve our goals or avoid danger. But if we allow fantasy to overtake our thinking, we can miss the reality that's right in front of us. And sometimes, reality's not so bad.

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