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Unable to craft their own invisiblity gland, the Chinese government sets out to steal the American one. Unfortunately, they have the idea that Bobby Hobbes is the invisible member of the team. Fawkes and Hobbes go into hiding, but Bobby gets nervous. After several chases, Hobbes apparently dies in a car crash. It's a set-up, but he turns up at his own funeral to look on from a distance, and is captured there by the Chinese. The Agency tracks him to the Chinese embassy, and Fawkes goes in to rescue him. It turns out the whole operation is a ploy to lure out the real American Invisible Man. Fawkes manages to escape with Bobby before they can drain the Quicksilver out of the gland, setting the place on fire.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 6 votes.
A young girl is a witness to an assassination by a sniper. Traumatized, she only speaks to her imaginary friend ""Ralph."" Darien, using his powers of invisibility, convinces the girl he is "Ralph" and tries to get her to talk about the murder. Eventually the hit man tries to kill the girl, and Darien manages to stop him. With his help, the girl starts to recover from her trauma, and leaves her "imaginary friend" behind.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 12 votes.
A patient in a coma hidden away at a secret hospital recovers and escapes, killing the guards in the process with a poisonous touch. The Agency is called in to investigate, and Darien soon learns that the patient, a ""Catevari"" (named after a Latin story of a woman fed poison until her very touch was poisonous) was another experimental subject of the Agency, like himself. The Catevari goes after the The Official, and Darien manages to save his life by quick use of the freezing properties of Quicksilver. Darian ultimately confronts Catevari, who confronts him with the fact that they both have been messed up by the Agency and should join forces. Fawkes reluctantly decides to stick with those who have helped him, and the Catevari is killed.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 17 votes.
Darien is contacted by his former mentor and partner, Liz, who wants his help. She wants him to return to his thieving ways and help her steal some FBI files on a mobster who has hired her. Initially reluctant, Darien eventually grows aggravated with the Agency's treatment of him and links up with her. Covertly using his powers of invisibility, Darien manages to get hold of the files, only to realize that the mobster plans to use them to kill a government witness against him. Darien tries to thwart the mobster and keep Liz safe, and manages to do so. The two of them part on relatively friendly terms.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 8 votes.
Darien Fawkes is a thief and conman with a scientist brother, Kevin. Kevin develops a gland that allows the implantee to excrete "Quicksilver" and turn invisible. Unfortunately, the gland has the side effect of rendering the implantee berserk if a counteragent isn't occasionally injected. Darien agrees to the operation to avoid a jail sentence. Terrorists kill Kevin, leaving Darien with the gland stuck in his head. A mysterious "Agency" was behind Kevin's research, and offer Darien a deal: work for them in return for injections of the Counteragent. Using his powers of invisibility, Darien takes on spies and other criminals for the government.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 23 votes.
One of Chrysalis' ""babycamps"" is located, and Hobbes and Darien are sent in to get the kids out. Alex (still looking for her own son) gets word of the operation and goes in with them. They find Alex's child, only to discover she was an incubator: the child was actually the offspring of Chrysalis leader Stark and his wife. Darien follows Alex when she goes on maternity leave with her son, and thwarts a Chrysalis attempt to recover the baby. Then the child's biological mother Eleanor Stark shows up, and stops a plan to blow up Alex and child by a now nutso Stark. Eleanor helps out the Agency by getting info on Chrysalis (with a little invisible assistance from Darien). At the end, Alex gives up the child knowing it will be safe with Eleanor when she goes into the witness-protection program. Unfortunately, a few hours later they hear back that the agents guarding Eleanor and the baby are killed, and the mother and child have disappeared. Unknown to them, Eleanor never betrayed Chrysalis,
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 4 votes.
Fawkes gets a ""cure,"" but is at a loss without his powers when a new case comes up that require his skills.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 4 votes.
Darien comes to the aid of a female scientist who may be able to remove the Quicksilver gland.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 5 votes.
Allianora (from "Ghost of a Chance"), the Woman in Black, contacts Darien and invites him to join the Organization (i.e., Chrysalis). He is understandably reluctant, but she shows him top secret Agency files that show they are planning to replace him with a more cooperative Gland recipient. He investigates and finds the information to be true, but also discovers that the plan was for him to be the replacement for his predecessor. Remaining loyal to the Agency, Darien attempts to infiltrate Chryalis, and even takes up their offer to "kill" Allianora, suspecting the bullets are blanks. They are, but she is wary of him once he "proves" he is willing to kill her. Darien then tries to infiltrate Chrysalis' computer banks, but is caught. Before they can remove the gland, Allianora frees him, setting the HQ building on fire. She disappears once more.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 3 votes.
To bolster Agency funds, the Official comes up with a plan where he, the Keeper, and Hobbes will go to one of Arnaud's casinos and, using Darian's invisibility powers, break the bank. The first part of the plan goes well, but Darian decides to steal the remaining $7 million of the casino's money on his own. When confronted by the Official, Darian denies the theft. In response, the Official cuts off his supply of the counteragent. Arnaud contacts Darien and offers him the counteragent in return for the money. Stalemated with the Official, and with quicksilver madness coming on, Darien is tempted, but Arnaud mysteriously disappears. Darien talks with Arnaud's imprisoned brother Huiclov, who refers him to a doctor that Arnaud was visiting. darien goes to the hospital to the doctor, already red-eyed with madness. The Official has sanctioned an outsider to bring in Darien, taking an unhappy Hobbes off the case. Hobbes tracks Darien to the hospital on his own, and manages to find him with a
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 3 votes.
Thanks to a leak in Chrysalis, Hobbes and Darien get the goods on a politician that Allianora is trying to bribe. Realizing they have a leak, Chrysalis takes unspecified measures to stop the leak. Allianora visits Darien and tries to force him to give up the name of their contact, but he refuses and the two end having making (invisible) love. The next morning Bobby and Darien meet with the contact, only to have him killed by a Chrysalis ambush. The Keeper soon realizes that Darien was bugged with nanobots during his...encounter with Allianora. They transmit everything he sees and hears. The Official fake-executes Darien while they put an insulated helmet on him to make Chrysalis think he's dead. They then investigate a pharmaceutical firm and discover Chrysalis plans to attach the nanobot bugging devices to students at an elite school. While Hobbes and the Keeper stop them, Darien tries to lure off the Chrysalis strike team to the school pool. Using a pair of goggles, he prevents them
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 3 votes.
The Agency is now under the auspices of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, losing their support from Fish & Game. Darien, Hobbes, and the Keeper are sent to investigate the brutal deaths of several Indians. They turn up large primate footprints which lead them to think that Bigfoot might be involved. Meanwhile, a mysterious woodsman with IR goggles is taking potshots at them, and they seemed to be stalked by an invisible predator. It turns out that Darien's gland was apparently based on the gland of a sasquatch. The creature thinks Darien is one of its kind, and wants him for mating purposes. The woodsman, a discredited cryptozoologist, is trying to kill the creature for revenge against another of its kind killing his family. The woodsman tries to use Darien as bait, and in the end blows himself and the creature up. The Official disavows any connection between Bigfoot and the gland-research project, but Darien knows better. Meanwhile, the creature in the woods is revealed to be still at lar
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 3 votes.
Darien encounters a bizarrely-aged woman and soon becomes infected with the same disease, causing him to rapidly age.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 10 votes.
Darien gets called to his hometown to investigate the appearance of his dead brother Kevin.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 4 votes.
Presumably the audience voted yes to Hobbes' decision to join Fawkes. Darien, in end-stage Quicksilver Madness, is now obsessed with finding Arnaud. Hobbes sticks close by trying to keep him from killing random bystanders. They catch up to Arnaud, but Hobbes helps him escape when it appears that the maddened Darien will kill him. Darien abandons Hobbes, who is then approached by Arnaud. Arnaud has a malfunctioning Quicksilver gland of his own, and needs to use Darien's as a baseline to get his own fixed. In return, he'll give Hobbes Stage Five Counteragent to reverse Darien's advanced condition. Hobbes helps capture Darien, and a surgeon, Dr. Reynolds, manages to adjust Arnaud's gland. Darien gets the Counteragent, but before it can take effect he tries to kill Arnaud. Arnaud escapes during the distraction when the counteragent kicks in. Later, Arnaud goes to visit Reynolds when he realizes that the surgery did not go quite right, and he is permanently invisible.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 4 votes.
While investigating out a water company as part of their new assignment as members of the Bureau of Weights and Measures, Darien spots the mysterious figure of a woman hovering over a computer...but only when he's invisible. He and Hobbes take the computer with them, and the ghost appears to Fawkes again, leading him back to the water company, and the ghost's daughter, Megan. Ordered not to investigate by the Official, Fawkes (naturally) investigates anyway, and discovers the mother was apparently killed in a particle accelerator ""accident"". The ghost, Lucille, has managed to hold herself together as a form of energy, but is only visible along the wavelengths that Darien can see when invisible. Darien discovers Lucille had discovered a means of creating cheap cold fusion, and her boss Dr. Henrick had her killed. Pretending to be the ghost, Fawkes tricks a confession out of the boss, but then gets knocked out by a lucky shot. Lucille traps her former employer in the particle accelerato
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 4 votes.
Tommy Walker begins to recover his memories, but another government agency wants him and will stop at nothing.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 4 votes.
Not only is Darien gaining an immunity to the counteragent, but his Quicksilver Madness starts becoming contagious.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 4 votes.
Going to Mexico to investigate Arnaud, Bobby meets his new partner Bobby Hobbes: a veteran spy and near basket-case. They escape an ambush by French-Canadian spies. Meanwhile, Arnaud has had Darien's girlfriend Casey brought down to Mexico, planning on using her as a hostage. Darien goes to rescue her, prepared to kill Arnaud since Darien thinks he'll be going insane shortly. Arnaud plays his trump card: there's a counter-agent that will stave off Quicksilver madness, and he'll give it to Darien if he works for him. Darien refuses, escaping with Casey and blowing up the compound (although Arnaud escapes). Both the counteragent and the formula are destroyed, and Darien goes to visit his brother's grave one more time before going permanently insane. However, the Official meets him there and reveals that his Agency was working with Kevin, and they have the counter-agent as well. As long as Darien works for them, he'll get regular doses of the Counter-Agent. Reluctantly, Darien agrees.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 9 votes.
Darien and Hobbes are assigned to help investigate an auditor's relative's suicide, and run into a man who can see the future and use it to his advantage.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of The Invisible Man from 13 votes.
Last updated: oct 26, 2020
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