EPISODES LIST AND SCREENSHOTS
March 1, 2012
WORLDS COLLIDE --
When Detective Michael
Britten (Jason Isaacs)
regains consciousness following his family's car accident, he is told
that his wife Hannah (Laura Allen)
perished, but that his teen son, Rex (Dylan
survived. As he tries to put the pieces of his life back together he
awakens again in a world in which his wife is very much alive, but his
son Rex died in the accident. In order to keep both of his loved ones
alive he begins living two dueling realities. Trying to regain some
normalcy Michael turns to his work solving crimes in both worlds with
the help of two different partners, Detective Isaiah "Bird" Freeman (Steve
Harris) and Detective
Efrem Vega (Wilmer Valderrama).
He begins to solve impossible cases by using his dueling realities to
gain unique perspectives and link clues that cross over from world to
world. Helping Michael to navigate his new existence are his bureau
assigned therapists Dr. Evans (Emmy Award winner
"24") and Dr. Lee (BD Wong,
NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit").
The Little Guy
|March 8, 2012||WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
– LAURA INNES (‘ER,’ ‘THE EVENT’) GUEST STARS --
Detective Michael Britten (Jason
Isaacs) continues to deal with his parallel versions of reality.
In one world he’s looking for ways to reconnect with his son, Rex (Dylan
Minnette), by offering him some normalcy while they deal with his
mother’s death. In the other, Britten works to understand the emotions
that his grieving wife, Hannah (Laura Allen)
is going through. Meanwhile, a witness in the murder of a homeless man
tells Britten and his rookie partner, Vega (Wilmer
Valderamma) that a "small guy" was spotted at the scene of the
crime. When that clue crosses over into the case Britten is working on
in his other reality, Bird (Steve Harris),
is confused by his partner’s sudden interest in the height of the
suspects they are investigating. Meanwhile, Britten’s captain, (guest
star Laura Innes) shows growing concern
over his behavior. Later, the events surrounding the fateful accident
that changed Britten’s life come into question and throughout, Dr. Lee (BD
Wong) and Dr. Evans (Cherry Jones)
continue to present their dueling theories on Britton’s condition.
|March 15, 2012||PRESUMED
Detective Michael Britten’s (Jason Isaacs) two worlds spin out of control when his son Rex (Dylan Minnette) is kidnapped by an escaped convict, Cooper (Clifton Powell), a man Britten arrested 10-years ago. In his other reality, Hannah (Laura Allen) is upset that Britten cannot attend an event honoring their deceased son because he is tracking down a missing teenage boy. Clues from both worlds lead to a confrontation that calls Britten’s sanity into questioned.
Kate Is Enough
|March 22, 2012||THE BABYSITTER’S CLUB –
While investigating an alleged suicide
during an upscale yacht party with Detective Vega (Wilmer Valderrama),
Detective Britten (Jason Isaacs) runs into Rex’s (Dylan Minnette) former
babysitter Kate (guest star Brianna Brown). Later, in a case Britten is
investigating with “Bird” (Steve Harris), Kate appears again, this time
as a suspect. Dr. Lee (BD Wong) and Dr. Evans (Cherry Jones) try to help
him make sense of his run in with these two very different versions of
the same woman. Laura Allen and Michaela McManus also star.
|March 29, 2012||THE GRASS
IS ALWAYS GREENER – LAURA INNES GUEST STARS –
Detective Britten (Jason Isaacs) suddenly becomes a suspect in his own case when an FBI agent, Santoro (Megan Dodds), questions his methods of tracking down a serial killer thought to be dead. Meanwhile, in the wake of her son’s death, Hannah (Laura Allen) is finding comfort in exploring the possibility of moving to Oregon and going back to school. Both Dr. Lee (BD Wong) and Dr. Evans (Cherry Jones) believe that if Britten moves out of Los Angeles that his healing will progress and that his dreams will disappear.
That's not My Penquin
|April 5, 2012||HAPPY SLEEP
While working a hostage situation with Detective Vega (Wilmer Valderrama), Detective Michael Britten (Jason Isaacs) unexpectedly finds himself collaborating with Dr. Lee (BD Wong). In an effort to calm down Gabriel Wyath (Guest Star Billy Lush) -- a patient who has threatened to blow up a mental hospital -- Britten is compromised, and the effects follow him into his other reality. Meanwhile, Rex (Dylan Minnette) introduces his girlfriend, Emma (Daniela Bobadilla), to his dad and Bird (Steve Harris) shows concern over Britten’s lack of focus due to his sleepless nights.