Neurotic, eccentric Chicago neuroscience professor Daniel Pierce accepts assisting former favorite student Kate Moretti's FBI team with a mysterious murder. He starts by diagnosing the illogical confession pathologically invalid, then helps finding better suspects, strikingly fitting his anagrams and various 'intuition', while fighting off specters of his imagination is harder.
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At one point Dr. Pierce is shown watching what is supposed to be a Chicago Cubs spring training game on his TV. However, the game he is watching is actually being played in Wrigley Field in Chicago, with the ivy on the outfield wall in full bloom. He would have to be watching a game being played in the summertime during the regular season, in direct contradiction of the winter weather seen during the rest of the show. See more
Reality is a figment of your imagination. Who here hasn't woken up breathless from a nightmare and thought 'oh thank God it's just a dream'? That's because neurochemical impulses fire when we're dreaming or fantasizing or hallucinating are indistinguishable from the one's banging around inside our skulls when we actually experience those events. So... if what we perceive is often wrong, how can we ever know what's real? And what isn't.
Symphony No. 1
Written by Gustav Mahler See more