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In Which We Meet Mr. Jones 

An FBI agent experiencing huge pain is brought to a hospital where it is discovered that there is a strange parasite wrapped around his heart.

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When FBI Agent Mitchell Loeb collapses in Philip Broyles office, he is rushed to hospital. The doctors there open his chest only to find a creature of some type wrapped around the man's heart. Dr. Bishop believes the creature to be a parasite of some type, but one that is man made. Olivia Dunham learns that the pattern is made up of several quasi-independent cells and that Agent Loeb may have been on to one of them. Dunham travels to Germany to follow-up on Loeb's investigation However, to get the information they want, Dr. Bishop has to get information from a dead man. Written by garykmcd

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The prisoner in Germany that Olivia needs to question is named David Robert Jones. This is the birth name of rock star David Bowie. See more »

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When the doctor positions the retractor and cranks Loeb's chest open, we can see that the top of it is parallel to Loeb's body, but then when he steps back to look down on it, the retractor has turned 45 degrees. See more »

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[seeing Peter helping out in the lab]
Dr. Walter Bishop: Excellent work, son. You may have found your true calling at last. Working with me.
Peter Bishop: I certainly hope not.
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Getting better!
12 November 2008 | by (Pakistan) – See all my reviews

A good episode IMO, the show is getting better, I was hooked from the first episode, but after three episodes, it started to go down hill, the same repetitive stuff, less attention to the big story and more like an episodic show, but in this episode I felt like its building up, like the silence before a storm, the saying (from the movie The Prestige) "the secret impresses nobody, its what you use it for.." If they told us the big story just like that, it wouldn't be that intriguing, but giving us bits to work on makes it really interesting! I love the show and I hope it stays long enough to tell the tale to the full!


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