The Lost Room: Season 1, Episode 3

The Eye and the Prime Object (13 Dec. 2006)

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In final, climactic night of The Lost Room, Joe uses all his resources and alliances in his quest to find the Prime Object and save his daughter. Kreutzfeld, Jennifer, Wally and the Weasel ... See full summary »

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Lee Bridgewater
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Margaret Milne
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Suzie Kang
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The Occupant
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The Sood
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Isaac Kreutzfeld (as Ben Petry)
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In final, climactic night of The Lost Room, Joe uses all his resources and alliances in his quest to find the Prime Object and save his daughter. Kreutzfeld, Jennifer, Wally and the Weasel all play a part, with one of them ultimately betraying Joe and setting into motion a chain of events that could cataclysmically end the world as we know it. Written by Anonymous

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In the scene where Joe is looking out from the motel room window we see the sign "Motel" written backwards. The next scene is looking into the motel room and the reflection of the sign still has "Motel" backwards. The reflection should now be corrected for the reversal as we would be seeing the reverse of the back of the sign. See more »

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Karl Kreutzfeld: Thank you for coming to me with this. I'll of course pay whatever it is you're asking, whatever price you think is fair. And I shall accept your word that it's genuine. But if at some point I should find out that it's fake, that you tried to con me in any way, or that I hear you've made copies and someone else has one... then I'll have to come back here and hurt you.
The Sood: Mr. Kreutzfeld. My friend. I am the Sood. I deal in Science. No fakes, no forgeries, no duplicates. I stake my life on it.
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