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Терра Нова Now You See Me (2011) Online

Терра Нова Now You See Me (2011) Online
Original Title :
Now You See Me
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TV Episode / Adventure / Mystery / Sci-Fi
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Directror :
Karen Gaviola
Cast :
Jason O'Mara,Shelley Conn,Christine Adams
Writer :
Kelly Marcel,Craig Silverstein
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TV Episode
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Терра Нова Now You See Me (2011) Online

Taylor and Mira square-off in the jungle where he learns more about her plans and about his son. But then they both face a pre-historic enemy they must conquer together. Meanwhile, the "Sixer" mole scrambles to cover its tracks as Terra Nova goes on lockdown and Jim closes in. Also, Zoe faces a difficult decision as the Ankylosaur she has been caring for grows rapidly. {locallinks-homepage}
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jason O'Mara Jason O'Mara - Jim Shannon
Shelley Conn Shelley Conn - Dr. Elisabeth Shannon
Christine Adams Christine Adams - Mira
Allison Miller Allison Miller - Skye
Landon Liboiron Landon Liboiron - Josh Shannon
Naomi Scott Naomi Scott - Maddy Shannon
Rod Hallett Rod Hallett - Dr. Malcolm Wallace
Alana Mansour Alana Mansour - Zoe Shannon
Stephen Lang Stephen Lang - Commander Nathaniel Taylor
Dean Geyer Dean Geyer - Mark Reynolds
Damian Walshe-Howling Damian Walshe-Howling - Carter
Caroline Brazier Caroline Brazier - Deborah
Matthew Scully Matthew Scully - Dunham (as Matt Scully)
Emilia Burns Emilia Burns - Reilly (as Emelia Burns)
Robert Reitano Robert Reitano - Sixer Runner

After the DNA sample is destroyed, Elisabeth still determines that it is a female's blood, narrowing the search from 84 to 47 suspects. The number 47 is a favorite of the Star Trek veterans on the writing and production staff of Terra Nova. The inclusion of the number 47 started on Raumschiff Enterprise - Das nächste Jahrhundert (1987) by writer/co-producer Joe Menosky and was quickly adopted by the rest of the writing and production team. The tradition of including the number 47 in inconspicuous places continued in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), Star Trek: Raumschiff Voyager (1995), Star Trek: Enterprise (2001), and Alias: Die Agentin (2001). Menosky said that he chose that particular number because when he was a graduate student at Pomona College, Professor of Mathematics Donald Bentley proved as a joke that all numbers are equal to 47.

Malcom says the drop of blood in paint sealant is useless because the toluene in the sealant destroys red blood cells. There are a few problems here. Red blood cells do no contain the nuclear DNA used in identifying folks. White blood cells make DNA fingerprinting possible. To reach that DNA the white cells and their nuclei must be lysed, aka destroyed.