The team is taken in by the men in black and later released. Howard and Stan search for the plane crash survivor's grandfather, while Bruce and Emily look for the source of the anomalies in the Triangle. Confused Meeno becomes suicidal.

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Meeno Paloma
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Bruce Geller (as Michael Rodgers)
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Eric Benerall
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Helen Paloma
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Aron Ackerman
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Captain Jay
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Doug Weist
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Karl Sheedy
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Sally Thomas
Adrienne Pierce ...
Emily's Mother (as Adrienne Pearce)
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Marie (as Robyn Olivia)
Anette Kemp ...
Traci Thomas
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The team is snatched away by mysterious government agents who are covering everything up. The team is interrogated and then released. They all decide the job had proved to be too much for them and go home. However, the Triangle's anomalies start to influence their lives as well. The father of Howard's daughter's best friend becomes unhinged and commits suicide in front of Howard blaming the Navy for everything. Stan becomes convinced that the rapidly aging little girl who survived the crash is the key to the anomalies and convinces Howard to help him find her granddad. Emily's biological mother whom she never met shows up for a minute in her apartment as if she had always lived there with her. Bruce is almost killed by a Nazi soldier when a time wave temporarily transports the team in an alternate timeline where the WWII Nazis rule Miami. Bruce convinces Emily to help him fly to the center of the area in the Triangle where the anomalies seem to come from. Meeno starts suffering from ...

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6 December 2005 (USA)  »

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The video game Meeno Paloma is playing with his son Dylan is Crash Nirto Kart. See more »

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Bruce Geller: [to psychic Latham] You, Stan, if you've not got something concrete to give us, keep it to yourself.
Stan Latham: You know, you are such a jerk.
Bruce Geller: At least that was concrete.
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