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The Invisible Man

TVPG • Drama, Horror, Mystery, Adventure, Thriller, Science Fiction, Comedy, Action • TV Series • 2000

An ex-thief agrees to undergo an experimental surgery and work for the government in exchange for his freedom.

An ex-thief agrees to undergo an experimental surgery and work for the government in exchange for his freedom.

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2 seasons available (45 episodes)

2 seasons available

(45 episodes)

Season12
Episode 1

Legends

The agents find themselves hunting for the legendary Sasquatch on an Indian reservation after two men have been killed there under mysterious circumstances.
Episode 2

The Camp

A woman gives birth in a hospital. While she sleeps, a nurse comes in and steals the baby. At the Agency, Darien (Vincent Ventresca) and Hobbes (Paul Ben-Victor) meet new agent Alex Monroe (Brandy Ledford). She tells the Official (Eddie Jones) that her salary is being taken care of by the government, and she’s there to work on the baby-stealing crimes, which have been happening all around the country. They discover a common thread between the baby snatchings. All the women had been artificially inseminated, and a company known as the Stork Corporation owned all the clinics. They go to the hospital and Darien sees another nurse steal an infant. They follow the nurse to a secluded mountain camp where Alex asks Darien to quicksilver and go inside. He sees a group of children being trained in military operations. They’re building their own private army of soldiers whose training practically starts in the womb.
Episode 3

The Importance Of Being Eberts

The Official sends Eberts out with the agents to capture a computer hacker who is trying to get at the Agency’s most sensitive information.
Episode 4

Johnny Apocalypse

Darien rescues a 12-year-old boy from the sinister Chrysalis agency, only to discover that his body has been implanted with a deadly virus that will be released when he reaches puberty.
Episode 5

Going Postal

Hobbes (Paul Ben-Victor) finds himself in a psychiatric hospital under the care of Dr. Day (Molly Hagen). She tells him that he shot up the lunchroom of a post office, and she wants to know why, but he insists that it’s classified. The Official (Eddie Jones), Darien (Vincent Ventresca) and Alex (Brandy Ledford) are watching from behind an opaque window which becomes transparent. The Official steps up to a microphone and orders him to reveal what happened. Hobbes says that he went undercover with Alex and Darien to the post office to solve a series of mail thefts. There, he had become entranced with a Christmas card that played “Jingle Bells” and he and Darien playfully competed for the attention of an attractive postal worker named Amanda (Vanessa Branch). He remembers that a water delivery man and a matronly woman suddenly pulled guns and he realized that they were the robbers. He insists that all he did was return their gunfire.
Episode 6

Brother's Keeper

Darien decides to have himself injected with his brother’s RNA in the hopes that he can discover how to remove the Quicksilver gland from his head.
Episode 7

Insensate

A strange old man who has lost the ability to experience normal sensation comes to Darien in the hopes that he can lead him to his late brother, Kevin, whom he blames for doing a horrible thing to him.
Episode 8

Den Of Thieves

Darien works undercover to capture a mysterious international terrorist and finds himself facing incarceration to preserve his cover.
Episode 9

Bad Chi

Darien goes to an acupuncturist who discovers his powers of invisibility and forces him to help her steal a set of ancient needles from a museum to treat her mentor, who is suffering from stomach cancer.
Episode 10

Flash To Bang

Darien loses his memory after being struck by lightning, and Arnaud convinces him that he is his own brother and that his Agency friends are really trying to kill him.
Episode 11

Germ Theory

The agents are infected by a fatal form of Quicksilver-producing bacteria, and the Keeper must figure out how to stop it before they all die.
Episode 12

The Choice

Alex finally locates her missing son at a Chrysalis baby camp, only to discover that he belongs to Stark, the agency’s sinister leader.
Episode 13

Immaterial Girl

Darien helps a young woman who seems to be haunted by a strange apparition, and she is convinced it is her mother, who had disappeared mysteriously weeks before, trying to communicate with her.
Episode 14

Father Figure

The Official (Eddie Jones) assigns Darien (Vincent Ventresca) and Hobbes (Paul Ben-Victor) to capture Forrester Perdue (John Beck), a professional government assassin who has become a traitor. What makes the mission so difficult is that no one really knows who the man is, and only a handful of photos that may or may not be him are at their disposal. The new Prime Minister of Zerbajan is coming to town for a state visit and officials believe that’s where Perdue is going to make his move. Darien notices a man in a building near the hotel that the Prime Minister is staying in, and he looks like the same person in the photos. He Quicksilvers and goes inside, but the cagey assassin grabs him by the throat and tells him to let it go. Then he vanishes. Hobbes arrives to find a stunned Darien, unable to believe that Perdue not only could sense his presence without thermal goggles, but let him live.
Episode 15

Three Phases Of Claire

The Keeper is accidentally injected with an experimental serum that could cause her to become permanently insane unless she can be given an antidote in time.
Episode 16

Sense Of Community

The Official sends Darien and Hobbes on a mission to an exclusive Agency, and they end up in “The Community”, a town made up of U.S. intelligence operatives who had their covers blown up.
Episode 17

Exposed

The sinister head of the SWRB discovers that Gaither is still alive and storms the Agency to recapture him, kidnapping Alex and stealing all of the Keeper’s vital computer files in the process.
Episode 18

The Invisible Woman

A disfigured woman (Susie Park) tries to enlist Darien's help..
Episode 19

Mere Mortals

The keeper develops a way to keep Darien's invisibility static.
Episode 20

Possessed

Darien's sudden immunity to the counteragent forces the Keeper to use an untested antidote.
Episode 21

Enemy of My Enemy

Arnaud (Joel Bissonnette) seeks out Darien for help in exchange for a cure for quicksilver madness.
Episode 22

The New Stuff

Darien learns that the Keeper and the Official have been keeping antidote secrets.

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