Complete Episode Summaries:
Episode 1: Absolute Zero; Written by Lawrence Hertzog; Directed by Tobe Hooper; 8/28/95
Photographer Thomas Veil suddenly has his whole life taken away because of one photograph: Hidden Agenda.
Episode 2: Turnabout; Written by Lawrence Hertzog; Directed by Tobe Hooper; 9/4/95
Tom assumes Dr. Bellamy's identity and finds himself charged with administers the same conditioning that Dr. Bellamy was to have done to him.
Episode 3: The Incredible Derek; Written by Joel Surnow; Directed by James Darren; 9/11/95
Tom follows clues to a Georgia town where he finds Derek, "The Boy Psychic."
Episode 4: Something About Her; Written by Lawrence Hertzog; James Whitmore, Jr.; 9/18/95
Using drugs and an elaborate staged setting, Tom is tricked into believing he's in involved with a woman.
Episode 5: Paradise on Your Doorstep;
Written by Lawrence Hertzog; Directed by Thomas J. Wright; 9/25/95
Tom finds himself in New Pheonix, an isolated community of those who, like Tom, have had their identities taken away.
Episode 6: The Spider Webb; Written by Lawrence Hertzog; Directed by Thomas J. Wright; 10/9/95
Tom sees his own life played out on The Lenny Little Show, a public access television series.
Episode 7: A Rough Whimper of Insanity; Written by Joel Surnow; Directed by Guy Magar; 10/23/95
Tom finds a computer genius who through the use of virtual reality helps Tom get some information about those after him.
Episode 8: The Alpha Spike ; Written by Erica Byrne; Directed by Steve Robman; 10/30/95
Following clues about Dr. Bellamy, Tom journeys to The Sterling Academy where he finds the student body is undergoing subliminal programming.
Episode 9: You Really Got A Hold on Me;
Written by Jack Weinberger & Michael Weinberger; Directed by Michael Levine; 11/6/95
Tom is saved by a stranger who knows all about Tom's situation and seems intent to show him the way out.
Episode 10: Father; Written by Art Monterastelli; Directed by Guy Magar; 11/13/95
Tom risks returning to the home where he grew up and unexpectedly meets his father, who had deserted he and his mother twenty years before.
Episode 11: An Enemy Within; Written by Peter Dunne; Directed by Ian Toynton; 11/20/95
Tom is accidentally shot. He is nursed back to health by a local woman, who inspires him to help in the community's fight against a land-grabbing corporation.
Episode 12: It's Not Such a Wonderful Life;
Written by Lawrence Hertzog; Directed by Tim Hunter; 11/27/95
Tom learns that the federal government is looking for him. He has a brief reunion with his wife and mother, but in order to prove his story, he has to come up with the negatives.
Episode 13: Contact; Written by Lawrence Hertzog; Directed by Reza Badiyi; 1/15/95
Someone from within the Organization contacts Tom with information about the man who is responsible for Tom's plight. Tom is also supplied with pictures of his wife and that man.
Episode 14: Heart of Darkness;
Written by David Ehrman; Directed by Stephen Thomas Stafford; 1/22/96
Using information from his insider contact, Tom finds Cyrus Quinn. In order to get to him, Tom has to infiltrate the American Guard, a militia group founded by Quinn.
Episode 15: Forever Jung; Written by Joel Surnow; Directed by Greg Beeman; 2/5/96
Tom follows a clue to a nursing home where he uncovers an experiment run by the Organization.
Episode 16: Shine A Light on You;
Written by Art Monterastelli; Directed by Stephen Thomas Stafford; 2/12/96
Tom goes to New Mexico in search of John Myerson. His recent disappearance has been attributed to aliens by the locals, who are used to strange occurrences.
Episode 17: Stay Tuned; Written by Lawrence Hertzog; Directed by Mel Damski; 2/19/96
Tom's Organization contact leads him to New York , where he finds a town that too idyllic to be true.
Episode 18: Hidden Agenda; Written by David Ehrman; Directed by Michael Levine; 2/26/96
Tom's informant finally reveals himself. Tom recalls his assignment in Nicaragua where he took the sought-after photograph.
Episode 19: Doppleganger; Written by Schuyler Kent; Directed by Ian Toynton; 3/18/96
While tracking down a reporter that was covering the same area where he took the photograph, he finds someone else there who is using his identity and profession.
Episode 20: Through A Lens Darkly; Written by Art Monterastelli; Directed by Ian Toynton; 4/98/96
Tom is abducted and undergoes an interrogation method that forces him to relive his memories of good times and bad with his childhood sweetheart.
Episode 21: The Dark Side of the Moon;
Written by David Ehrman; Directed by James Whitmore, Jr.; 4/15/96
Tom is mugged by a street gang and loses the negatives. The thief turns up dead and Tom now has both the Organization and the street gang after him.
Episode 22: Calaway; Written by Joel Surnow; Directed by Reza Badiyi; 4/29/96
Tom's severe insomnia leads him back to Calaway, where he finds one of the former patients has been reprogrammed to believe that he is one of the doctors.
Episode 23: Zero Minus Ten; Written by Jane Espenson; Directed by James Whitmore Jr.; 5/6/96
Tom wakes up from a coma to find his wife by his side and his best friend Larry very much alive. His whole ordeal is said to have been been a nightmare.
Episode 24: Marathon; Written by Art Monterastelli; Directed by Stephen Thomas Stafford; 5/13/96
A new clue in "Hidden Agenda" leads Tom to Washington , D.C. where he finds an FBI investigation aimed at the Organization.
Episode 25: Gemini;
Written by Lawrence Hertzog & Art Monterastelli; Directed by Stephen Thomas Stafford; 5/20/96
Following the information from the FBI, Tom discovers an untouched photo of "Hidden Agenda" and the key to the safe house used by an operative code-named Gemini.
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