The 4400 (2004–2007)
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Being Tom Baldwin 

Tom Baldwin shoots T.J. in the head during interrogation....or did he?



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Tyler (as Mahershalalhashbaz Ali)
Shawn Farrell (as Patrick Flueger)
Maia Rutledge (credit only)
Leanne Adachi ...
Lucy Gelder
Mike Power ...


It seems that earlier that morning Tom entered an NTAC interrogation room and shot TJ Kim. In the end, Boyd Gelder is apprehended and Tom is able to clear his name. Meanwhile, Richard undertakes a journey to release Lily's ashes, and Diana discovers that Kevin Burkhoff, who has been injecting himself with doses of promicin, has developed a 4400 ability. Burkhoff can, sometimes, heal his body. In the closing scene we see Isabelle and Shawn kissing. Written by Amjad. (Helsinki, Finland)

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Release Date:

18 June 2006 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Dolby 5.1)


Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Did You Know?


When Diane enters the bathroom that Tom is in, the fog on the mirror has much more wiped off than Tom did just seconds ago. See more »


Isabelle Tyler: [Sitting with Shawn by a pond and speaking after a failed attempt to teach herself how to swim] But I never was a kid! That's why I never learned how to swim or how to drive or ever went out on a date. I keep reading about all these rites of passage.
Shawn Farrell: Like stuff everyone goes through before they grow up, yeah?
Isabelle Tyler: Yeah, but I am grown up and I missed out on all of it. It's not fair. I've gotta catch up, so I made a list.
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A Place In Time (Theme From The 4400)
Written by Robert Phillips and Tim Paruskewitz
Performed by Bosshouse feat. Amanda Abizaid
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Being Tom Baldwin (#3.2)
19 June 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A very exciting episode. I really liked how it was all action filled. It had a scene that is a pretty huge cliché: Alana having to choose which of the Toms to point the gun on, but it didn't ruin the otherwise great episode.

The scene of Lily dying was pretty sad, but it was great to see them to have their last moment together since they looked like a very interesting couple from the moment they met. I am interested to see how it will go on for Richard now and how his character develops.

Was also interesting to see Isabella catching up on her childhood. Although I must say that as an adult who can't swim I don't think she missed out on much in this case. I don't know what I think of her getting together with Shawn. It could be interesting but could just mess up the characters by making them a couple. But I do have enough faith in this show to believe that they will make it right.

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