Featured Promicin Positives
* Graham Holt, he develops the ability of mind control after taking a promicin shot.
Goof: When Tom and the new director of NTAC drive away from the police who are under Graham's control, Tom backs into a parking garage security gate, but as he drives down the street away from the garage, there are no scratches of paint on the backside of his car.
Jordan: I did not give Promicin out to the world to have it unite under a... a 16-year old boy. He has to be stopped.
Kevin: Oh! I see. You're having messiah-envy.
Jordan: (to Graham) I gave you promicin, and I can take it away.
Guy: Are you here to give yourselves body and soul to Graham?
Tom: Not exactly.
Graham: I'm still just me – Graham, aka no one.
(When she sees Diana and Ben kissing)
Maia: It is so disgusting.
Diana: It's not disgusting, it's love. And one day you will understand.
Jordan: (to Graham) The world doesn't need you anymore, it has me.
Isabelle: You want to have hope don't you? You want to believe she's coming back?
Tom: Of course.
Isabelle: Then you don't want to know what I know.
United Kingdom: 10 July 2007 on Sky One
Czech Republic: 3 April 2008 on Cinemax
"Wolf Like Me" by TV on The Radio
The opening text is updated, replacing the original seen in seasons two and three.
Chad Faust and Billy Campbell are now credited as a series regulars. Jenni Baird joins the main cast.
During the standoff between NTAC and Graham's followers, his followers all claim that they are Graham Holt.
This is an allusion to a scene in the 1960 film Spartacus in which recaptured slaves, when asked to identify Spartacus, each proclaim they were Spartacus.
Episode Title: "The Wrath of Graham"
The episode's title is an allusion to the movie Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.