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?
This episode served as a pilot for a spin-off that materialized with the same director and producers, but a different cast: The Ultimate Impostor
(1979). However, this second version did not lead to a series either. 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