Season 1 Episode 2


Aired Unknown Jan 22, 1998 on ABC
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Episode Summary

Sloan searches for more of the new humans, only to find more puzzles.

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Roger Howarth

Roger Howarth

Randall Lynch

Guest Star

Alexandra Hedison

Alexandra Hedison

Attwood's Boss

Guest Star

Steven Barr

Steven Barr

Detective Masters

Guest Star

Alexandra Hedison

Alexandra Hedison

Attractive Woman

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • In this episode it is revealed that Dr. Attwood is working for a secret organization other than the lab. The secret organization are the ones that provided him with all the equipment for the tests he ran on Lynch at prison.

    • In this episode we learn that the new species has smaller brains but they operate on a much higher capacity, hence, they are smarter than humans. Dr. Sloans thinks that the new species might be telepathic.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Tom: Do you want to die?
      (Opening credits)
      Tom: You shouldn't have followed me.
      Sloan: I had to.
      Tom: I was supposed to kill you Sloan.
      Sloan: But you didn't. Why?
      Tom: Does it matter why?
      Sloan: Yes it does. Listen to me. I need to know who you are. What you are. And what this is (pointing to the table with the holes in it).
      Tom: It's not safe here.
      Sloan: For me or for you?
      Tom: For both of us. Now this passion of yours, this need to discover, to know --
      Sloan: Help me with it.
      Tom: Bury it or it will get you killed. I don't want to see that.
      Sloan: I can't. I have to know.
      Tom: I can't help you, then.

    • Sloan: All these people.
      Tom: You want to know what you're up against? I've tried to tell you Sloan. It's evolution. You can't survive.
      Sloan: We'll fight for our survival.
      Tom: And you'll lose.

    • Tom: I'm not a doctor, Sloan.
      Sloan: I know that, but it's clear that you have a much higher brain capacity.
      Tom: We have smaller brains.
      Sloan: Which is consistent with the evolutionary development of man. Your brains operate faster, more efficiently and at a much higher level of intelligence.
      Tom: Than the average person, yes, which you are definitely not.
      Sloan: Thank you again.

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