Orphaned since birth, Conrad Chandler, the heir of one of Palm City's founders, exacts revenge on the public and threatens to paralyze and control the city. The Cape and Max alert Marty of ... See full summary »

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Vince Faraday / The Cape
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Orwell
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Peter Fleming / Chess
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Dana Faraday
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Trip Faraday
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Marty Voyt
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Rollo
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Conrad Chandler / The Lich
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Netta Stilton
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Travis Hall
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Mayor Stewart Welkins
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Ruvi
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Janet Peck
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Kia
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Orphaned since birth, Conrad Chandler, the heir of one of Palm City's founders, exacts revenge on the public and threatens to paralyze and control the city. The Cape and Max alert Marty of the impending danger to the city, which backfires on The Cape. Meanwhile, the Secretary of Prisons, Patrick Portman, aids Orwell in her search for the lone heir. Orwell locates Conrad through Netta, his mysterious caretaker, but soon discovers his deeply disturbing past and finds herself in danger. Elsewhere, Dana becomes increasingly uncomfortable with her new social life. Written by NBC Publicity

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Conrad claims his skin condition is "Morgellons Leiche" AKA "skin of the dead". There is a genetic disorder 'skin of the dead' called Ichthyosis Vulgaris where the inability to shed dead skin cells causes a thickened scaly pattern that looks like what Scales has. Morgellons disease was a hot topic when this show was made. However a thorough study by the CDC concluded that Morgellons is a delusional disorder and not a physical disease. See more »

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