The Invisible Man

Season 2 Episode 17

Exposed

0
Aired Friday 8:00 PM Sep 28, 2001 on Syfy
9.0
out of 10
User Rating
23 votes
0

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

EDIT
Exposed
AIRED:
Tommy Walker begins to recover his memories, but another government agency wants him and will stop at nothing.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Friday
No results found.
Saturday
No results found.
Sunday
No results found.
SUBMIT REVIEW
    Vincent Ventresca

    Vincent Ventresca

    Darien Fawkes

    Brandy Ledford

    Brandy Ledford

    Agent Alex Monroe (2001-2002)

    Eddie Jones

    Eddie Jones

    The Official/Charles Bowden

    Paul Ben-Victor

    Paul Ben-Victor

    Robert "Bobby" Hobbes

    Shannon Kenny

    Shannon Kenny

    The Keeper/Claire Keeply

    Michael McCafferty

    Michael McCafferty

    Albert Eberts

    Armin Shimerman

    Armin Shimerman

    Tommy Walker/Augustin Gaither

    Guest Star

    Danny Goldring

    Danny Goldring

    SWRB Chief

    Guest Star

    Adam Storke

    Adam Storke

    Prisoner in Cell

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

    FILTER BY TYPE

    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Claire has Thomas Walker focus on the sound of the metronome, but it's already been established that he's deaf, so what purpose did it serve?

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Darien: The Agency isn't exactly the Justice League, but we could hang pretty tight when we had to. The SWRB, definitely bad men. Think of them as the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

    • NOTES (2)

      • The first unnamed prisoner in the cell that Darien releases, and who he thinks looks familiar, is played by an uncredited Adam Storke. This is an in-joke to Vincent Ventresca's last series, "Prey". Adam Storke played Tom Daniels, a member of homo superior who was captured and left in a cell to die: presumably he is playing the same character here.

      • Postponed from its original 9/21/01 air-date due to the airing of the WTC telethon on other networks.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Darien: The Agency isn't exactly the Justice League, but we could hang pretty tight when we had to. The SWRB, definitely bad men. Think of them as the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
        Darien mixes his comic book companies up: the Justice League are good guys from DC, while the Brotherhood are evil mutants from Marvel's X-Men series. Both had or were shortly to have new animated series at the time the episode aired.

    More
    Less