Terra Nova

Season 1 Episode 10

Now You See Me

3
Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 28, 2011 on FOX
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Episode Summary

Taylor and Mira fight in the jungle where Taylor learns more about the Sixers' plans as well as information about his son. They must ultimately work together against a prehistoric enemy. Jim receives some information on the Sixer mole and locks down Terra Nova while he tries to catch the traitor. Zoe's Ankylosaur is growing too large, which forces her to make a difficult decision.

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Caroline Brazier

Caroline Brazier

Deborah

Guest Star

Robert M. Reitano

Robert M. Reitano

Sixer Runner

Guest Star

Ngoc Phan

Ngoc Phan

Soldier

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Matthew Scully

Matthew Scully

Dunham

Recurring Role

Emelia Burns

Emelia Burns

Reilly

Recurring Role

Dean Geyer

Dean Geyer

Mark Reynolds

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • Dunham: Commander.
      Taylor: What is it, Dunham?
      Dunham: What's your reason for leaving the colony today?
      Taylor: Beg pardon?
      Dunham: All citizens need a valid, colony business-related reason for departing.
      Shannon: He's right, Commander. Your new lockdown protocols, no exceptions. You said it yourself.
      Taylor: That I did. (to Dunham) Good job, soldier.
      Dunham: Thank you, sir.
      Taylor: You're dismissed.
      Dunham: But I haven't-
      Shannon: Just go.

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Elisabeth: (to Skye) Nurse Ogawa is prepping and sterilizing the CO2 inhalers for the arrival of the 11th. Maybe you can help with that.
      Another in-joke and reference to the Star Trek franchise, this time Star Trek: The Next Generation. Nurse Ogawa was Dr. Crusher's able assistant on a number of episodes.

    • Elizabeth: Jim, I'm a doctor, not a chemist.
      This line of dialogue references the original Star Trek and a popular running protestation from Leonard "Bones" McCoy any time Captain Kirk asked him to perform a miracle, metaphorical or otherwise. It's also a bit of an in-joke, as executive producers and writers Brannon Braga and René Echevarria both worked on a number of the Star Trek franchise shows.

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