After a teenage girl is pronounced brain dead, her mother takes her off life support, but when doctors operate quickly to remove her organs, the deceased girl shockingly awakens screaming an alphanumeric code. Equally as perplexing as her resurrection is that she is now somehow able to speak Russian and possesses classified information only a high-ranking soldier would know. While the girl's mind-bending condition intensifies, Walter dusts off some old lab videos and hypothesizes the unthinkable, sending Olivia and Peter to investigate the bewildering case. Written by
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This episode was shot for the first season, but only broadcast as a "special" episode after the winter break on a different day, with the press release stating that this is either an episode from the first season or from an "alternative universe" (refering to the overall story arc of the second season.) The presence of Kirk Acevedo, whose character died earlier in season 2 (but was a regular in season 1), causes a major continuity problem in this episode. Careful observation tells you this is season 1 and the good Charlie. Astrid had a distinct hair style in both seasons and in this episode it was the season 1 cut before Charlie died or was replaced. Netflix sticks this episode after the season 1 finale, which only partially solves the continuity problem. See more
Right after the credits, in the scene where Olivia is introduced to the Navy Officer, he identifies the possible treason suspect as "a Petty Officer named Andrew Rusk" but the photo is of a "Chief Petty Officer" and would never be referred to by anyone in the Navy as simply "Petty Officer" in any reference to their rank. Additionally, they stated the numbers referred to "lineal identification numbers for sailors in the U.S. Navy" but only Officers have lineal numbers, not enlisted personnel (like Chief Petty Officers). See more
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