Jim's secret identity is at risk when he tries to take down a dangerous mobster who has eluded George for years; Stephanie continues to look into Dr. Volson's previous research of a mysterious plant - against Dr. King's wishes; Daphne convinces a reluctant JJ to use his powers to help her become more knowledgeable in order to impress a boy; and JJ employs an Internet guise to bolster Katie's self-worth, with an unforeseen and potentially costly result. Written by
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This episode (and its successor) reunites Julie Benz with her Angel co-star Amy Acker. See more
While Daphne is talking with JJ in his bedroom, he sets down his video game controller. The camera then pans to the TV and the game is still being played. (It is possible the game's camera is following another player, but there is nothing on the screen to indicate that.) See more
Now before we begin any mind-elevating dialogue, condescendingly labeled as "tutoring," I need to establish a baseline assessment of your abilities. So, what I've done is I've started with the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale.
Does this take into account the impact of stereotype threat on psychometrics? You need to develop a standard deviation algorithm that controls for a testing bias, and, if you don't mind, I think I can tweak your methodology.
Oh, sure. Yeah.