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
[after a clone's suicidal jump
Death means nothing to you, does it? You're lucky.
References Doctor Dolittle