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As Dixon struggles with the death of his wife, He refuses to take time off from work until Sloane is brought to justice. But Sydney worries that Dixon's repressed rage could cause more harm that anything Sloane could do.

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Will Tippin (credit only)
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Allison Doren (credit only)
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Irina Derevko (credit only)
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Emilio Vargas
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Dr. Judy Barnett
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Dixon struggles to deal with the death of his wife but returns to work after only four days, hellbent on tracking down Arvin Sloane. Vaughn questions his ability to cope in the field, but Dixon insists on doing his job, leading Vaughn to consider Dixon a liability and danger to Sydney in the field. The CIA deciphers a page in the Rambaldi book that contains a doomsday prediction for three days time, which starts that Agency on a desperate hunt to track down a Rambaldi device before it has the chance to fulfill the prophecy. Written by Shiro

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27 April 2003 (USA)  »

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In this episode Marshall consoles Carrie Bowman crying because Joni Mitchell's songs. Mitchell will be the name of their son on third season. See more »

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Michael Vaughn: You're saying that five hundred years ago Rambaldi drew the DNA profile of a man who's alive today?
Carrie Bowman: It gets even better. Di Regno's DNA profile was a code key. It let us decrypt page 94 of the Rambaldi manuscript.
Marcus Dixon: What's on the page?
N.S.A. Deputy Director Brandon: Times and dates, each marking an apocalyptic event.
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Hallellujah
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By Alexander Fairchild
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