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The Ballad of Kevin and Tess 

Dr. Burkhoff continues his experiments on himself and forces them on another person and Maia has a nightmare where Diana looks like a monster. A rock star tries to involve Shawn in his health that demands almost all of his time.

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Richard Tyler (as Mahershalalhashbaz Ali)
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Shawn Farrell (as Patrick Flueger)
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Dr. Burkhoff continues his experiments on himself and forces them on another person and Maia has a nightmare where Diana looks like a monster. A rock star tries to involve Shawn in his health that demands almost all of his time.

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30 July 2006 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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In the movie theater, when Diana kneels down to talk to Kevin and Tess, there is some crew equipment wires visible and moving at the bottom of the frame. See more »

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A Place In Time (Theme From The 4400)
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Written by Robert Phillips and Tim Paruskewitz
Performed by Bosshouse feat. Amanda Abizaid
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The Ballad of Kevin and Tess (#3.8)
22 June 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Absolutely great.

I liked the way they once again have used the great ability Tess has. The whole idea of Diana getting injections for an ability without knowledge was pretty awesome as well.

The story of Shawn and the rock star was greatly thought through as well. It also shows how his healing abilities can actually harm someone. The rock star was acting more reckless and cared less about not overdosing because he knew he could be saved.

I also liked to see Richard getting help to control his ability. I liked the conversation him and Heather and I loved how after that we see them flying in their chairs above the ground.

I also now wonder if Richard will kill Isabella when he starts controlling his ability. She has to go and since nobody can kill her I assume an exception could be father who gave her life, and he would really have to fight with himself to do that, so I can see them using it. We'll see!

The final scene of this episode was also absolutely amazing. Can't wait until the next episode!


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