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Captain Trips 

A reluctant Rachel and Charlie help Gene when he decides to assist the residents of Willoughby. Meanwhile, Miles and Monroe continue to join forces in order to survive.

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Aaron Pittman
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Jason Neville (credit only)
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Cynthia
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Mile, Rachel, Monroe and Connor make it back to Willoughby and find Charlie and Gene working in the quarantine camp. Rachel decides to join them. Gene thought the outbreak was typhus but those affected aren't responding to treatment the way they should. Rachel's tests reveal that the disease is man made. She's certain the patriots have a vaccine - and she needs it all the more now that her father has fallen ill. In Washington, Tom and Julia have to get their son Jason out of prison. In Silver Springs, the nanos once again appear to Aaron - this time in the form of Cynthia - telling him that he and Pricilla must travel to Lubbock Texas where all of his questions will be answered. Written by garykmcd

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22 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Captain Trips is what some people call the disease that kills 99% of the population in the Steven King novel "The Stand", used in season one. (#1.11) See more »

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Edward Truman: How about we have that chat and you tell me where Miles is?
Rachel Matheson: I can do that. He's right behind you.
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