A woman shows up with a young boy, and claims this is his son. She was part of a project that John may have participated in. Several geniuses donated genetic material, any one of them ... See full summary »

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Karen Kawalski
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Yellow Teeth
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Elvis Braithwaite
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Dionne Walker
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Dante Langenhan
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A woman shows up with a young boy, and claims this is his son. She was part of a project that John may have participated in. Several geniuses donated genetic material, any one of them including John may be the boy's father. Someone is killing the donors, the race is on to find the killer and the boy's father. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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8 November 2002 (USA)  »

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John Doe: I know everything about fatherhood. I don't know anything about being a dad.
Frank Hayes: Now *that's* the smartest thing you've ever said.
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Reviving Ophelia
Co-written by Robert Wells and Joseph Wells
Performed by eleventeen
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totally ridiculous
29 May 2014 | by (Perry, NY United States) – See all my reviews

I have suspended my disbelief to enjoy this show, but this episode jumped the shark. So much time spent on silliness about some guy chasing down sperm donors and eugenics, and the guest actors are fine in their roles, but the nonsense of the mother cheerfully seeking out a sperm donor, the child being all "hi, Dad!" with any potential sperm donor, and the glossing over, at best, of the legality of the betrayal of confidentiality. Then the whole issue of how people feel about having their privacy violated, paternity, maternity, parenthood, and more?

Oh, brother. The worst. Go watch The Kids Are All Right for a cleanser.


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