Agent Dunham dreams about pushing a woman in front of a subway train, and then finds out such a death occurred while she slept. After a second death from her dreams, she starts to feel responsible and investigates the one link between these two deaths, and a possible link to her own childhood. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <email@example.com>
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In Nick Lane's flat there is a wall filled with clippings. In the midst of this mass of clippings is a sheet of paper on which the number 47 is written. The number 47, besides being a prime number, has been attributed as being a random number which occurs with unusual frequency and so has a certain mystique. There is perhaps a humorous mathematical proof of this by Pomona College's math professor Donald Bentley. Regardless of this purported mystique, the number has been used in Alias
(2001), another J.J. Abrams
project, as a central plot device for the series. See more
Astrid explains to Walter that the word Unsub is a contraction of "Unidentified Subject", it is actually a contraction of "Unknown Subject". The distinction is important as an unsub is the focus of an investigation and as such is not unidentified, but is unknown. See more
Why do I get the feeling you're not telling us everything?
Dr. Walter Bishop
Because I don't know everything.
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Nellie the Elephant
Written by Ron Goodwin
Performed by Mandy Miller See more