Johnny and a young woman who can "see" numbers are on the run from defense contractor agents out to protect an information gathering program which could mean an end to all privacy.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bonnie Gibson
Rob Coulter
Dr. Scanlon
Neal Pynchon
Spencer Achtymichuk ...
Agent Adams
Ken Roberts ...
Michael Roberds ...
Sylvia Tesich
Constance Barnes ...
Department Store Clerk


Johnny finds himself stalked by a mysterious woman. He thinks that she previously killed two other psychics that used to work for the top-secret organization where he worked. But Bonnie Gibson, the psychic who has the power to see numbers, tells Johnny that enemy defense contract agents are after her. The agents are looking for a fugitive psychic who could expose their nefarious plans and cover-up of the murder of a senator. Meanwhile, Sarah and Walt decide to accept Johnny more into their lives when they invite him to J.J.'s 9th birthday party. Written by matt-282

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Release Date:

4 July 2004 (Canada)  »

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Since JJ was told that Johnny is his biological father in the previous episode, the introduction has been changed from "My son doesn't know who I am." to "They're raising my son." See more »


Rob Coulter: Do you think you can stop the future? You take down Eyetrap, and there's going to be another program just like it on-line before the new year. And you know why? Because the American public is buying what we're selling. They think our technology protects them, that it's good for them.
Johnny Smith: The technology is not good or bad. It's the people in charge of it.
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References Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) See more »

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The Net meets The Dead Zone
4 August 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I'm new to posting on databases and I'm not sure how much plot discussion is considered spoiler and how much spoiling is too much spoiling so I'm just going to spoil vaguely and check the spoilbox to keep things safe. There just needs to be someone giving props to my favorite show on IMDb, so here I go beginning with this episode as I embark on watching every show from the 3rd season starting now. So, this was a fun 42 minutes of a cat and mouse plot. Johnny meets some people who are similar yet different to him and their interactions come together nicely. Of course, seeing that the girl who plays Bonnie Gibson is also in an almost-porn flick makes her good acting more enjoyable and hot to watch. The conspiracy thesis plausibility of this episode doesn't seem possible really, but maybe in 20 years, who knows. The episode entertained and had me gripped, wanting more. Maybe these characters will show up again. Unfortunately, us DZ fans are getting used to new characters that grace us with their stories once, never to show up again. But I am used to that now and therefore found enjoyment from "Total Awareness."

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