The team becomes involved in a number of cases where people undergo dramatic mental aberrations that see them regress to their childhood. The team searches for a cure as well as a possible connection to a high profile murder case.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sterling Jarvis ...
Adam (Pilot)
Lisa (Surgeon)
Jonathan Wilson ...
Courtney's Producer


Artie sends Claudia and Steve to retrieve the butcher knife of Typhoid Mary up for auction, with the power to transfer ailments. Their bid is successful, but the knife disappears. Meanwhile, Pete and the newly returned Myka investigate a series of strange regressions for any possible connection to an artifact, where people's memories reverse all the way back to where they forget to breath, which exposes one agent's childhood neurosis. Written by statmanjeff

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Release Date:

18 July 2011 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Steven says they eat way too much sugar, meaning the team. Leena replies that Myka doesn't eat sugar, to which Myka says she doesn't remember that. During season 1, Myka would say all the time that she doesn't eat sugar. Starting in season 2, Myka eats Twizzlers (which has sugar in them). See more »


When Myka is in Pete's room before she returns his memories, you can see someone's reflection (possibly crew, possibly extra) in the mirror when they walk behind Myka. See more »


Artie Nielsen: Claudia, I did not come here to spy on you. Not the way you think, anyway.
Claudia Donovan: Oh, sure. The good kind of spying, like "Here, have some flowers, and a puppy, and some spying."
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References Apocalypse Now (1979) See more »


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Written by Kathryn Calder
Performed by Kathryn Calder
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Good evening Mr. and Mrs. America...and all the ships at sea
11 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A number of people suddenly suffer from severe breakdowns resulting in their regression to childhood and the end will be death. While Pete and Myka are investigating this, Claudia and Steve are tracking down a knife owned by Typhoid Mary. It's Claudia's first assignment as the lead agent and she plays this up to the hilt but then gets an attack of insecurity (fortunately, she quickly gets over it). Meanwhile Pete and Myka connect the breakdown victims with a murder case and run across an overly opinionated television reporter. The gadget gimmick is a good one - Walter Winchell's cuff links and who wears a tie clip anymore? I'm too young to have heard Winchell on the radio but do remember him from The Untouchables and have often heard his program opening of "Good evening Mr. And Mrs. America..." This show was a nice nod to his long gone popularity. But the real story in this episode is the growing friendship between Claudia and Steve.

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