Artie and Dr. Calder are reunited on a new case, but when the victims' DNAs reveal a cyber matrix, Hugo Miller, Vanessa's ex-flame, joins the investigation. The search for a cyber peeping Tom threatens to go viral unless they can find the artifact before everyone turns to clay, including Hugo, the only one who can re-write the anti-virus code. Meanwhile, Pete and Myka are retracing their steps to find out how they ended up in bed together and what they've done to Steve, who is MIA.
Did You Know?
Vanessa and Artie mention Rosalind Franklin's sequencing work on DNA being the basis for Watson and Crick's double helix idea. Franklin's X-ray crystallography studies of DNA helped establish it's double helix structure. She never did sequencing. The reason Watson and Crick got Nobel Prizes and Franklin did not is because she died just a couple years after that research and Nobel's are only given to living folks. See more
To de-bronze Steve, the control panel demands a DNA sample, yet when Leena (as Claudia) de-bronzed H.G. Wells earlier in the series, she didn't need to provide any DNA. That's because the Spit Lock is an added feature, without doubt an added security measure. See more
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References The Golden Girls
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Written by Edward Rogers See more