The 4400

Season 3 Episode 3

Being Tom Baldwin

5
Aired Unknown Jun 18, 2006 on USA
8.6
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Being Tom Baldwin
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T.J. Kim is murdered, and Tom is accused of committing the murder. Shawn and Isabelle grow closer.

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  • Being Tom Baldwin

    10
    Being Tom Baldwin was a perfect episode of The 4400 because it jumps right in with the action, had suspensful drama, and was very character driven. Tom appears to have shot TJ Kim and when Diana confronts him he takes off to prove his innocence. This was great because it is exactly what I would expect him to do, and what I would do in those circumstances. I really enjoy watching Isabelle's development as she tries to learn all she can, and experience things she missed from her absent childhood and teenage years. I find her character rather intriguing, as Richard said, most see a beautiful woman forgetting she is only a little girl on the inside. Shawn did the right thing, but Isabelle is a girl who is difficult to say no to. Matthew continues to weave his web around Isabelle, and I look forward to seeing how that works out!!!!!!!moreless
  • one if the best episods of the season

    9.0
    when i wrote my revew i didnt expect this episod will have this low rating,believe me 8.6 is low for this amazing episod,the idea in this episod is not the first i know , but it was put in an amazing dramatic ingot .....i mean connecting between drama and adventure without leaving the spectators bored infront of their tv set.in general i consider the 4400 one of the best drama,science fiction shows ever......and i think it wont be ended until the sixth season.....because its improving from a season to another.....though their is some blemishes in the fourth season i hope they will avoid next season.moreless
  • A 4400 version of the doppelgänger theme.

    7.5
    Sooner or later, a shape-shifting ability had to come up and using it for a doppelgänger episode is the logical choice. Making Tom the double was a good choice, as he's one of the team, thus making it doubly (sorry) difficult to track him down.



    While it wasn't a very original storyline, it was well-executed and fun to watch. I liked that Diana stuck by Tom and that Alana did figure out who was the real one.



    I'm not sure about the Shawn-Isabele storyline. It was something we all saw coming, but the fall-out of it may disrupt the story. I loved that they gave Richard time to say a proper goodbye to Lily, excellent decision and writing!moreless
  • a classic episode with a plot that everyone has seen

    8.5
    Tom finds himself under arrest for killing t.j kim. The ony member of the novas group they have. It is a story line that everyone has seen as a 4400 who can change into who ever they wanty tries to destroy ntacs reputation.



    It is a good episode that holds a good plot and is well lais out. However the unoriginallity of the episode takes away from the show. Though seems vital for the rest of the season. It is a good episode over all.



    Just random things so i can reach one hundered words. No need to keep reading. Go out and get some fresh air.moreless
  • Tom vs. Tom

    7.8
    Diana: "Your tissue is healing itself from trauma that quickly! Kevin, you've developed a 4400 ability!"



    After the great New World, this episode is a bit of a let-down a its predictable, and doesn't really go anywhere much in terms of plot. Still, there are some good scenes, with the two Toms, and Shawn and Isobelle. No Maia though...
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Matthew Ross

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