The 4400: Season 2, Episode 7

Carrier (24 Jul. 2005)

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After living for 8 years in an alternate world that only Tom and Alana remember the world with the 4400 has returned as it was at the second the 8 years started. A 30 year old 4400 woman ... See full summary »

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After living for 8 years in an alternate world that only Tom and Alana remember the world with the 4400 has returned as it was at the second the 8 years started. A 30 year old 4400 woman wakes up and finds everybody else in her local community dead. Maia puts April's love for her to a test. Written by Qultlifter

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When Alana talked to Kyle, she said that Kyle can pass his MCAT (Medical College Admission Test). This test doesn't have a passing score, because medical schools like to accept scores that are as high as possible. See more »

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Jean DeLynn Baker: I called you for help! You tossed tear gas into my room!
Tom Baldwin: Jean Baker... How did you get Mortimer's phone?
Jean DeLynn Baker: How do you think I got it? They scared me. They came barging into my room!
Tom Baldwin: What did you do to them?
Jean DeLynn Baker: I guess you thought those suits they had would keep them safe. Well, you were wrong! Okay? Nobody's safe. That's why I'm warning you. You stay away from me, okay? Just keep everyone away.
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A Place In Time (Theme From The 4400)
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Performed by Bosshouse feat. Amanda Abizaid
Written by Robert Phillips and Tim Paruskewitz
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Carrier (#2.7)
17 June 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I wonder how much of this show has to do with Bible? We have this woman now with blisters on her hands mentioning revelation, the man named JC with a huge following whose body disappeared after his death and a baby that was conceived without any sexual intercourse and must be special. Maybe there is more that doesn't come to me now, but I wonder if there will be an importance in it.

I also liked the moment where Lily and Matthew tell each other that they are non believers, I wonder whats up with that!

Besides that it was great to see Alana connecting with Kyle whom she knows for 8 years and who just met her yesterday. I really like how they made it.


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