Dr. Wells has a new project that involves the direct (and permanent) transfer of information to the brain of Joe Patton from a computer. However, Joe's girlfriend, Jenny, (another operative) expresses concern for Joe's safety.
Did You Know?
In order to get Steve out of the main story line, the writers put the following, ultimately ironic words into Oscar's mouth when the potential new hero asks about Steve's absence: "He's out at Edwards Air Force Base testing a new, experimental aircraft. He'll be back in a couple of days." See more
Two different drop-leaf digital clocks are shown sitting next to the red telephone on the OSI office desk in two successive shots: the first clock is a medium-sized woodgrain-cabineted model with a tan brushed-aluminum face; the next clock is a smaller dark-colored plastic-bodied model with a large adjusting-knob on the right side and a spinning stripe-patterned "seconds-counter" wheel. See more
The main title sequence has been shortened: Richard Anderson's "we can rebuild him" speech, for example, is the shorter version from season 1. See more
Followed by The Ultimate Impostor