The team must dispose of a number of diictodons, cute-seeming but malevolent burrowing creatures who appear via an anomaly in a hospital, where they cause a power failure by biting through cables. Mick Harper, a nosey journalist, takes an interest in the team's work. The diictodons are disposed of but Helen Cutter makes a clone of her husband in order to enter the ARC and find out more about an artefact she has stolen. Written by
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This episode had its world premiere on German TV-Channel ProSieben on 6th of April 2009, just a couple of days before its UK-premiere. Minutes after the German airing ended it was viewable on ProSieben's website for free (only in German). See more
At one point a clone of Cutter infiltrates the ARC. In order to get in he undergoes a scan of his hand and face with a frame around his eye. Iris morphology and fingerprints are epigenetic not genetic. In other words in Identical twins they are different from birth so a clone would not have the same Iris or finger prints. See more
You still don't get it, do you? That no matter how many times you interfere, you still can't get the result you want because evolution can't be bent to your will.
I really hope you're wrong.
References Doctor Dolittle