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Eye to Eye 

Unknown to anyone else besides the two and despite not yet having even met, both Jake and Amelia make a mental connection to each other, and through their internal communication work toward... See full summary »

Director:

Milan Cheylov

Writers:

Tim Kring (created by), Barry O'Brien

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kiefer Sutherland ... Martin Bohm
David Mazouz ... Jake Bohm
Lukas Haas ... Calvin Norburg
Saïd Taghmaoui ... Guillermo Ortiz (as Said Taghmaoui)
Saxon Sharbino ... Amelia Robbins
Maria Bello ... Lucy Robbins
Greg Ellis ... Trevor Wilcox
Linda Gehringer ... Frances
Randy Oglesby ... Carl Hirsch
John Boyd ... Kase
Manuel Garcia-Rulfo ... Father Esteban
Castulo Guerra ... Father San Felipo
Isabella Acres ... Soleil Friedman
David Hoflin ... William Norburg
Wendy Benson-Landes ... Beth (as Wendy Benson)
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Storyline

Unknown to anyone else besides the two and despite not yet having even met, both Jake and Amelia make a mental connection to each other, and through their internal communication work toward meeting each other. As they manage to escape - at least in Amelia's case - they arrange for a rendezvous. However, Martin tries to find Jake, while Kase and Frances search for Amelia. In the process, Martin and Lucy become aware that they are being followed by someone, who they don't yet know is associated with Calvin, while Martin and Lucy learn why Calvin and Frances are so determined to get Amelia to complete the sequence. Meanwhile, Ortiz decides to bare his soul in a confessional, which also includes his association to the thirty-six. The priest has to decide whether to break his vow and report Ortiz to the authorities, or let a confessed murderer go free. Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

TV-14
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Goofs

The Donkey Kong machine that is seen at the arcade is not an actual arcade machine. The game select screen is taken from the classic NES home version of the game, the high scores entry screen in the arcade game never allowed players to input six letters for a high score, and neither the arcade or home editions of Donkey Kong allowed for a score of double digit points, points were always counted as hundreds. The machine shown is a mock-up version used as plot development in the episode and should not be representative of an actual, true to life, Donkey Kong Arcade machine. See more »

Connections

References Cupcake Wars (2009) See more »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

1 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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