The Invisible Man (2000–2002)
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Facing life without parole for a crime he ultimately didn't commit, crook Darien Fawkes is offered a pardon if he'll agree to participate in his brother's medical experiment: the insertion ... See full summary »

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Facing life without parole for a crime he ultimately didn't commit, crook Darien Fawkes is offered a pardon if he'll agree to participate in his brother's medical experiment: the insertion into his brain of a synthetic gland which secretes a light-bending substance called Quicksilver, which renders whoever or whatever is cloaked in it invisible. But Quicksilver also breaks down Darien's sanity without the regular injection of a counter-agent, and when terrorists gun down everyone involved in the project and steal all the relevant information, Darien is recruited by the experiment's backers, an ultra-secret and under-funded intelligence agency subsidized by the Department of Fish and Game, to stop the terrorists, avenge his brother's death, and get a fresh hit of the counter-agent. Written by Jeff Cross <blackjac_1998@yahoo.com>

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When Arnaud is impersonating a CIA agent, he gives his name as Agent Griffin, an homage to the lead character in H.G. Wells' novel The Invisible Man. See more »

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Darien Fawkes: Time flies when you're having fun, or in a coma. I'd been unconscious nearly three weeks. Just enough time for every muscle in my body to go on strike.
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Great start
9 June 2000 | by (Ardmore, PA) – See all my reviews

This is a great start to the new series on the Sci-Fi Channel. It has a unique premise, far different from any other Invisible Man story. It's a sci-fi show, but also has a comedy twist to it. I look forward to seeing more of this show later on in the summer.


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