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Awake: Kate is Enough

Cases in both realities reintroduce Michael to Rex's former babysitter Kate, whose life has taken two very different directions. Meanwhile, Michael tries to cope with his son's sudden anger outbursts when his friend breaks his tennis racquet.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 1ATR08
Airdate: Thursday March 22nd, 2012

Alternate Airdates:

CA (CityTV) Mar 22, 2012
UK (sky ATLANTIC) May 25, 2012
NZ (FOUR) Aug 21, 2014


Guest Stars
Logan MillerLogan Miller
As Cole
Chris McGarryChris McGarry
As Dr. Banks
Brianna BrownBrianna Brown
As Kate Porter
Eric LangeEric Lange
As Darin Knox
Eddie MatosEddie Matos
As Cameron Fuller
Geoff MeedGeoff Meed
As Mark Hudson

Co-Guest Stars
John Christopher StoreyJohn Christopher Storey
As Len (as John C. Storey)
Michael Bryan FrenchMichael Bryan French
As Officer Bryce
Tony ColittiTony Colitti
As Cameron's Lawyer
Angela Elayne GibbsAngela Elayne Gibbs
As Dora (as Angela E. Gibbs)
Grinnell MorrisGrinnell Morris
As Darin's Lawyer
Main Cast
Jason IsaacsJason Isaacs
As Detective Michael Britten
Laura AllenLaura Allen
As Hannah Britten
Steve Harris (1)Steve Harris (1)
As Detective Isaiah “Bird” Freeman
Dylan MinnetteDylan Minnette
As Rex Britten
B.D. WongB.D. Wong
As Dr. John Lee
Wilmer ValderramaWilmer Valderrama
As Detective Efrem Vega
Cherry JonesCherry Jones
As Dr. Judith Evans


Reality 2..

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Episode Notes
The episode gets a new opening sequence with a voiceover of Michael's dialogue with his two psychiatrists, taken from the pilot episode as he explains what's happening to him.

Episode Quotes
Bird: So, how's it going with Rex?
Michael: I don't know. I can't get a word out of him. Can't even get an opening.
Bird: Don't you find that ironic? I mean, here you are, this big-time detective, you can get killers to turn, but you can't get two words from your own kid.

Vega: Everyone knows texting is how you get caught.
Michael: Everyone?
Vega: Everyone my age.

Kate Porter: She just wouldn't let me be. I don't know how my mom did it. I mean, she was just as sand art as I was. Somehow she had the strength to not only stay on her feet, but to get me back on mine. And she must have tried a thousand times to get me back into my life, and I just kept saying no. I guess I'm lucky that she was willing to try a thousand and one.

Cultural References
Hannah: She was, like, the Rex Whisperer.

Hannah is referring to Cesar Millan, who has his own television series, The Dog Whisperer.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorKyle Killen
Executive ProducerKyle Killen  |  Howard Gordon  |  Jeffrey Reiner
Co-Executive ProducerDavey Holmes
ProducerKeith Redmon  |  Ed Milkovich  |  Jason Isaacs
Co-ProducerValerie Joseph
Consulting ProducerDarin Morgan  |  David Graziano  |  Evan Katz
Production DesignerStuart Blatt
EditorPaul Trejo
CastingCamille H. Patton  |  Christal Karge
Unit Production ManagerHoward Griffith
First Assistant DirectorNicole Burke
Second Assistant DirectorScott Remick
MusicJohnny Klimek  |  Reinhold Heil
Music EditorJames Bladon
Music SupervisorLiza Richardson
Costume DesignerMary Jane Fort
Key GripMarc Christie
Camera OperatorMichael May (3)  |  Paul Horn
Set DecoratorSandy Struth
Location ManagerK.C. Warnke
Transportation CoordinatorLeroy Reed
Property MasterIan Kay
Construction CoordinatorTed Wilson (2)
Production Sound MixerRobert Eber
Script SupervisorHilary Momberger
Production CoordinatorMichael C. Watkins
Assistant EditorLynne M. Whitlock
Post Production SupervisorKymberly Pereira
Supervising Sound EditorWilliam Dotson
Re-Recording MixerBill Jackson (1)  |  Fred Tator
GafferJohn Farr
Director of PhotographyFeliks Parnell
Art DirectorLeonard Harman
Production AccountantRyan Ford
Casting AssistantDanielle Parks
Department Head HairAudrey Futterman-Stern
Department Head Make-upDee Mansano
Original CastingRick Millikan
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