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Intelligence - Being Human

The First Season finale picks up with a wounded Gabriel (Josh Holloway) being patched up by his mother (Debra Mooney), Riley (Meghan Ory) working on the intelligence delivered by Mei Chen (Faye Kingslee) to warn a Presidential nominee (Bonita Friedericy) of a possible imminent assassination attempt, and a deposed Lillian (Marg Helgenberger) works with Jameson (Michael Rady), Nelson (P.J. Byrne), and Cassidy (John Billingsley) to uncover the truth of Iranian sleeper agents working in high-level positions within the United States Government.

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While performing a cyber-render of the murder of the Deputy Director of FBI and a retired intelligence officer Gabriel (Josh Holloway) finds evidence that implicates him as the assassin. That along with Gabriel’s hazy recollections of the previous night and the fact that one of the men killed was responsible for letting the man who killed Gabriel’s wife go free and that’s more than enough for both Weatherly (Tomas Arana) and Tetazoo (Lance Reddick) to step-in, take control of CyberCom from Lillian (Marg Helgenberger), and put Gabriel in holding under suspicion that someone may have hacked the chip and forced Gabriel to commit murder.

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When virus takes down the power grid of the entire West Coast Gabriel (Josh Holloway), Riley (Meghan Ory), and Nelson (P.J. Byrne) head to Los Angeles to track down a teen hacker going by the name of Cortez (Octavius J. Johnson) who created the worm but is unaware it is being used by Ukrainian terrorists who threaten to melt down a nuclear reactor if one of their own isn’t released from prison.

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When an evil super-genius (Alan Ruck) hacks the protected WITSEC database and begins blackmailing former criminals into his complicated terrorist plot involving releasing a weaponized toxic gas in San Fransisco, Gabriel (Josh Holloway) and Riley (Meghan Ory) take a trip to the golden state along with a concerned Lillian (Marg Helgenberger) whose estranged daughter (Laura Slade Wiggins) has made the Bay Area her home. More concerned with protecting her daughter than warning her, Lillian spends much of the episode frozen in indecision while Gabriel and Riley hunt for the puppet master through his blackmail victims.

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When Cyber Command is attacked by a computer virus and EMP Gabriel’s (Josh Holloway) chip is effected leaving him with temporary amnesia and the governmental installation cut-off from the outside world. The chaos caused by the attack leaves the facility open to the recently-escaped Jin Cong (Will Yun Lee) to waltz right into Cyber Com, turn Gabriel from an enemy into a friend with a little misinformation courtesy of the virus, and steal all of Clockwork’s secrets. However, before he can leave there’s one more thing he wants: The Athens List (a list of children with the same genetic anomalies of Gabriel making them eligible to one day have chips of their own).

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When a former member of Delta Force (Matt Gerald), and an old friend of Gabriel’s (Josh Holloway), begins assassinating presidential candidates in Bolivia, Gabriel, Riley (Meghan Ory), and Jameson (Michael Rady) head to La Paz stop him before he kill his next target (Yancey Arias) and the man’s wife (Iris Almario) on the eve of him meeting Undersecretary Jim Sutters (Michael Albala) but when their CIA contract gets shot and blown up and the assassin learns the location of the safehouse things get even more difficult.

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After five of the world’s leading scientists around the world all turn up dead, Cyber Command uncovers a plot targeting several more scientists including Dr. Shenendoah Cassidy (John Billingsley) and a former star pupil Bryce Tyler (Tommy Dewey), by someone capable of creating advanced killer nanites. After his rescue it doesn’t take Bryce long to recognize Gabriel’s (Josh Holloway) unique skills and quickly deduce what his old teacher has achieved.

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Following an outbreak in Texas, Gabriel (Josh Holloway) and Riley (Meghan Ory) head down south in search of patient zero who Gabriel discovers bears an uncanny resemblance to a murderer (Ronnie Gene Blevins) executed by the state only one week before the spread of the virus. Not only is the killer still alive, but they learn he some kind of a connection to the Pentagon’s secret biological weapons program which will do anything (including risk the lives of thousands) to keep the truth from coming to light.

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When two college students (Abbie Cobb, Kimberly Whalen) are abducted from their dorm room by a Mexican drug cartel, one of who turns out to be the daughter of a Senator about to pass important legislation involving satellite use to cut down on drug running near the border, Cyber Command is approached by Weatherly (Tomas Arana) and a shadowy government figure who it turns out is Lillian Strand’s (Marg Helgenberger) father (Peter Coyote).

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Gabriel (Josh Holloway) and Riley (Meghan Ory) go undercover on a former President’s (Bill Smitrovich) Secret Service detail in Syria to rescue two American journalists whose fate could be the spark to start a long war with both Russia and the Middle East. Despite limited intel, the extraction plan nearly goes off without a hitch until Gabriel discovers one of the journalists will die from wounds before the end of the day and the other (Tania Raymonde) admits the pair are really are CIA operatives who have no plans on leaving the country and burning their covers until their mission to locate an American scientist working on a mission guidance system is complete.

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