Agent Dunham and the Bishops investigate the deaths of a group of people who died from radiation poisoning in a diner. They believe the source of the radiation was Emily Kramer, a young woman who had vanished two weeks previously and was probably being held against her will. When another young woman, Claire Williams, disappears the investigators believe someone may be conducting experiments. Dr. Bishop believes the emanations from Kramer were microwaves and she may in fact have been developed as a walking weapon. They trace the research to the head of a pharmaceutical firm David Esterbrook, who has a history of promoting off the wall ideas. Nina Sharp has information and strikes a bargain with Peter Bishop. Written by
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This is the first episode featuring the running joke where Walter can't quite correctly recall Astrid's name. Here he calls her 'Asterisk'. See more
When Claire is receiving an injection of red medicine the attendant taps the syringe. This would be done to help remove or dislodge any small or remaining air bubbles from it, but you can clearly see that there is a large airspace in the syringe. One would not tap the syringe until that had been removed. In fact right after that you see that the large air space has been removed even though the attendant never did it. See more
I guess by now you're heard.
That you frog-marched a senior officer of a multi-billion dollar conglomerate out of his office? Yeah, I heard. Quite a few cameras there.
The press. They always get their pound of flesh. I understand that you think I acted too emotionally. Putting aside the fact that men always say that about women they work with, I'll get straight to the point: I am emotional. I do bring it into my work. It's what motivates me. It's what helps me get into the headspace of ...
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Written by Michael Giacchino See more