The FBI follow-up when a Nazi war criminal imprisoned in Munich claims to know the cause of the blackout. He also knows Agent Mark Benford by name. Benford and Agent Janis Hawk travel to Munich to interview the man and while he is prepared to share what he knows, he has only one requirement: that he be set free and allowed to return to the United States where he once lived. His information does lead the Agents to realize something very important about the blackout. Having seen his daughter alive in his future vision, Mark's friend Aaron Stark tries to get his ex-wife's agreement to exhume her remains and have further DNA testing to confirm if it's really their daughter. Agent Demetri Noh's fiancée manages to return from Seattle now that flights have been re-instated but he doesn't tell her about his lack of a future vision. Written by
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At the very beginning of the episode, the sound of a crow can be heard in the background. The unusual deaths of crows are featured in this episode. See more
When Janis is looking at a file describing an event in Somalia in 1991, the file says that the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) asked DHS for additional funding to study the incident. Although the Department of Homeland Security - commonly abbreviated as DHS - was not formed until 2002, in the later episode "Revelation Zero" it is indicated that DHS stands for an agency called Demographic and Health Services. See more
One of the agents here repeated to me something that a friend had mentioned to him... and he said, "We're all prophets now." And, you know, I can't think of a prophet worth a damn that didn't suffer. And I also can't think of a prophet... that God didn't love.
Lover, You Should've Come Over
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