The Invisible Man

Season 2 Episode 3

The Importance of Being Eberts

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Apr 27, 2001 on Syfy
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The Importance of Being Eberts
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Hobbes and Darien investigate a hacker trying to break into the Agency computer system. The hacker escapes, and Eberts manages to suggest being allowed to tag along with the team as a computer expert. He and Fawkes sneak into a internet cafe but are ambushed. Knocked out from behind, Eberts is taken back to the Agency and soon starts to act increasingly aggressive, going so far as to ignore the Official when inevitably told to "Shut up, Eberts!". Eventually Hobbes and Fawkes discover that Ebert has been replaced by their invisible nemesis Arnaud DeFehrn. DeFehrn gained cell samples of Eberts during his last physical, and used them to make up a lifelike skin mask. He needs Eberts' access to get into the Official's computer. After a bicycle & skateboard chase, DeFehrn manages to elude Darien, leaving the Agency to wonder when DeFehrn will show up again.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

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    • Hobbes: Frankenstein!
      Frankenstein was a gothic novel, written by Mary Shelley in 1898, describing the practice of piecing together corpses and creating new life. Boris Karloff also starred in a 1931 movie of the same name, as well as several incarnations over the years.

    • Darien Fawkes: "I think I'll try and MacGuyver this."
      Said as Darien uses a cardboard box to treat a door with Quicksilver. Refers to the TV character MacGuyver, and his ability to whip up solutions to problems using common items.

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