Jake is still in the custody of Child and Family Services. Despite Martin knowing that Jake is now communicating with him via numbers, Martin is still concerned that the review will find him an unfit parent as he chases these numbers. He gets some help from Arthur in this matter. Martin is also concerned about the news that Jake feels pain until the issue with each of these numbers is resolved. Regardless, Jake is able to provide Martin with another number, this one scribbled on a piece of paper with the picture of a dragon. At an accident scene where a woman is hit by a vehicle, Martin runs across a seemingly homeless and off kilter man calling himself the Invisible Prince. Martin eventually learns that this man has a special connection to numbers like Jake as witnessed by the same number Jake provided him scribbled over and over in a notebook. This leads Martin to a class action lawsuit and a former junior colleague at the New York Herald. He just has to figure out the connection ... Written by
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The actress who played Red Dress, Olesya Rulin, appeared in the High School Musical movies as Kelsi Nielsen. Dancer Allison Holker appeared as a "East High Dancer" in 2 High School Musical movies. Allison Holker is married to dancer and actor Stephen twitch Boss who appears as The Beastmaster alongside Olesya Rulin. See more
The African boy enters through the window (around 27 minutes 10 seconds) where he had placed the bottle cap, then goes to the door and unbolts the slide latch to the classroom. There is only 1 door in or out of the room meaning that whomever slid the slide closed must have exited through the window. You can see the room larger later when he is dancing. The other side of the room has the teachers desk and the chalk board, no door. There is no other lock on the door, but there is a knob, and obviously if the other kids can get to the outside of the door then it must open to the outside, thus a padlock would have been on the outside of the door, this makes for a big goof. See more
There are 3 million species of animals living in the tropical rain forests, and one of them, the red fire ant, lives underground, under constant threat of annihilation from flash floods. Nature doesn't care. If a species wants to survive, it has to prove it deserves to. When the floods come, the fire ants hold on to each other, creating a living raft that can float until the water recedes. Months, if necessary. So how does a species figure something like that out? Instinct? Trial ...
Written by August Wisbon
Performed by DJ Roc See more