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Second Guess 

Everyone in Vancouver is the victim of a severe cyber-attack. At first it's only the Internet that seems affected but soon, traffic lights are malfunction and ATM's are spewing out money. ... See full summary »

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Carlos Fonnegra
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Alec Sadler
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Travis Verta
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Sonya Valentine
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Jasmine Garza (credit only)
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Betty Robertson
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Julian Randol
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Marco
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Jim Martin
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Inspector Dillon
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Everyone in Vancouver is the victim of a severe cyber-attack. At first it's only the Internet that seems affected but soon, traffic lights are malfunction and ATM's are spewing out money. Julian takes to the airwaves to take credit but Kiera isn't so sure he's responsible. Julian suddenly appears at the police station and turns himself in.Lucas has seemingly gone mad and is now having conversations with Edouard Kagame. Alec thinks Lucas may have hijacked some of the code for his all-seeing computer program. He has a plan to find him but Emily thinks he should destroy the program and be done with it. Mayoral candidate Jim Martin is facing pressure from both Sonya and Travis. Written by garykmcd

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21 July 2013 (Canada)  »

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If Lucas had lipstick cameras all over (in his van) and they recorded him 'talking' to Kagame, they also recorded Kiera taking the other pieces of the time travel device. See more »

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Matthew Kellog: He's having full blown hallucinations. He's convinced Kagame's still alive. Sonya thinks it's time travel - he's been scrambled.
Kiera Cameron: Temporal dislocation. Yeah, I've seen it.
Matthew Kellog: You've felt it?
Kiera Cameron: [no] You?
Matthew Kellog: Only when I'm with you.
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