The Invisible Man

Season 2 Episode 4

Johnny Apocalypse

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jun 15, 2001 on Syfy
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Johnny Apocalypse
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Fawkes, Hobbes, and Alex are sent to bring in a kid, Adam Reese, for testing. After thwarting a Chrysalis attack, Alex explains that Adam has an Ebola-like retrovirus as part of a government experiment that will become active when he hits puberty. Darien manages to convince Adam to come in for the tests anyway. Unfortunately, the government simply plans to incinerate Adam. Hobbes and Fawkes help Adam escape, and manage to steal a cyrogenic pod (last seen in Frozen in Time) from Chrysalis. Adam goes into suspended animation rather then unleash the virus.moreless

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    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

    Michael Welch

    Michael Welch

    Adam Reese

    Guest Star

    Alex Wexo

    Alex Wexo

    Connor

    Guest Star

    James Healy, Jr.

    James Healy, Jr.

    Dr. Garwin

    Guest Star

    Spencer Garrett

    Spencer Garrett

    Jarod Stark

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In "The Camp" Alex lists all of Hobbes former company assignments and NSA is on the list. Darien asks him in this episode if he learned a particular skill as the NSA, he claims that he never worked for them.

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    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Eberts: Who released the canines?
        This is Eberts' nerdy version of Who Let the Dogs Out?, a popular song by the Baha Men, released as a single in the US in 2000.

      • Perfect Dark Deathmatch
        The game that Eberts is playing alone, and then with Adam, is Perfect Dark. Together, they play the Deathmatch segment, which Adam refers to as Deathmate.

      • Darien: Kirk to Enterprise - Yo, Bones - ya there? Referencing the original Star Trek series, and Dr McCoy’s nickname of "Bones" (short for "Sawbones").

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