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Dr. Peters (Character)
from Twelve Monkeys (1995)

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Alternate Names:
Oliver Peters

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TV:
  1. "12 Monkeys"
        - Hyena (2016) TV episode, Played by Ramon De Ocampo (as Oliver Peters)
        - Divine Move (2015) TV episode, Played by Ramon De Ocampo (as Oliver Peters)
        - The Keys (2015) TV episode, Played by Ramon De Ocampo (as Oliver Peters)
        - Pilot (2015) TV episode, Played by Ramon De Ocampo (as Oliver Peters)

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From "12 Monkeys: Pilot (#1.1)" (2015)
Oliver Peters: Scientifically speaking, this guy is an impossibility. Look, this is the neural activity of a normal brain working compels mathematics. This - That's our friend in there. That is grand mal seizure activity without the chaos or the damage.
Leland Goines: Hmm.
Oliver Peters: Take a look at his adrenal glands.
Leland Goines: They're on overdrive. Explains how he took down all that security.
Oliver Peters: Right, but nothing explains his psychiology. Look, Markridge is the cutting edge of biotechnology, but this guy? This guy is a flesh-and-blood molecular computer. Programmed for what? No clue. We'll have to ask him. But I can tell you this Cole person is a product of advancements way past us... by 20 years, maybe more.
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