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Logan and Max track Aimes' kidnapped son to a small town where the breeding cult is readying Manticore's youngest creations for a mysterious ceremony.
|Episode cast overview, first billed only:|
|Jessica Alba||-||Max Guevera / X5-452|
|Michael Weatherly||-||Logan Cale|
|Jensen Ackles||-||Alec / X5-494|
|Martin Cummins||-||Ames White|
|Kevin Durand||-||Joshua (credit only)|
|Richard Gunn||-||Calvin 'Sketchy' Theodore|
|J.C. MacKenzie||-||Reagan 'Normal' Ronald (as J.C. Mackenzie)|
|Valarie Rae Miller||-||Cynthia 'Original Cindy' McEachin|
|Ashley Scott||-||Asha Barlow (credit only)|
|Callum Keith Rennie||-||Sheriff Lamar|
|Garwin Sanford||-||Head Priest|
|Malcolm Stewart||-||Director Paul Simms|
|Devin Douglas Drewitz||-||Samuel|
|Emily Holmes||-||Wendy White|
On hearing the excuse that Max is sick again, Normal sarcastically suggests it might bubonic plague. Bubonic plague has been endemic in northern California for almost a hundred years, meaning it is always there - mostly in deer, squirrels, and coyotes. In the US about 10 people a year catch this once feared disease.
Sketchy uses the line "the truth is out there" when talking about proving mutants (transgenics) exist after being questioned by government agents. The line was made famous by The X-Files, a series about FBI agents investigating unexplained phenomena.