Perception (2012–2015)
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Pierce helps the FBI investigate the murder of a therapist.

Director:

Greg Beeman

Writers:

Kenneth Biller (created by) (as Ken Biller), Michael Sussman (created by) (as Mike Sussman) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric McCormack ... Daniel Pierce
Rachael Leigh Cook ... Kate Moretti
Kelly Rowan ... Natalie Vincent
Arjay Smith ... Max Lewicki
Jamie Bamber ... Michael Hathaway
Mary Birdsong ... Cheryl Corvis
Vanessa Branch ... Michelle Akers
J.R. Cacia ... Thomas Akers
Laura Carswell ... Karyn
Spencer Garrett ... Howard Reycraft
John M. Jackson ... Vincent
William Ragsdale ... Dr. Julian Corvis
Krista Allen ... Allison Bannister
August Emerson ... Justin Reycraft
Jillian Murray ... Misty Corbett
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Storyline

Kate approaches Daniel and asks for his help. It seems like a psychiatrist who was going to testify against a crooked insurance company was murdered. So she arranged for Daniel to act as a special master to go through the man's files to see if there's anything that can help with the case against the insurance company. Daniel wonders why she's not working on the man's murder; she says she's been ordered not go near it. Daniel goes through the files and finds what she needs but also thinks he knows why the man was killed; it seems he was trying a new treatment on his patients. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 August 2012 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Daniel Pierce: Is there something wrong with me? It's a question we all ask our selves. We all wonder why we don't look like, act like, feel like everybody else. Each of our brains has the exact same parts, cortex, hypothalamus, fornix, septal nucleus, so on. And yet, no two brains are exactly alike. So being different, being unique, is undeniably a fundamental characteristic of being human.
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