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John Doe: Past Imperfect

When the police find the remains of a woman that was murdered over 30 years ago, John is put in the spotlight. It seems that he looks exactly like the suspected murderer Stephen Prescott. Detective Hayes is convinced that there is a logical explanation for the striking resemblance and decides to involve John in the investigation. However, there isn't much known about Stephen Prescott besides the fact that he disappeared under suspicious conditions at the end of the sixties.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 10-02-102
Airdate: Friday October 18th, 2002

Alternate Airdates:

NL (RTL 5) Apr 25, 2010

Guest Stars
Christopher HeyerdahlChristopher Heyerdahl
As Dr. Hillman
Anne BetancourtAnne Betancourt
As Vanessa

Co-Guest Stars
David Lewis (1)David Lewis (1)
As Stu
Dion LutherDion Luther
As Stockbroker
Meshach PetersMeshach Peters
As Tyler Hayes
Michelle HartMichelle Hart
As Nance
Rekha SharmaRekha Sharma
As Stella
Adrian HolmesAdrian Holmes
As MRI Tech
Barbara FixxBarbara Fixx
As Woman In White
Ben CottonBen Cotton
As Activist
Kim HawthorneKim Hawthorne
As Kelly Hayes
Louise GrantLouise Grant
As agnes Prescott
Marcia LaskowskiMarcia Laskowski
As Nurse Serious
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
AnabretThe Coming Night 
Crystal MethodRoll It Up 
FilterWhere Do We Go From Here? 
IffyCan O Cope 

Episode Quotes
(Upon arriving at a crime scene)
Frank: (to the medical examiner) Alright, make me happy, Stu.
Stu: Isn't that your wife's job?
Frank: Once upon a time. You got an ID for me?
Stu: No sign of clothing, fingerprints long dissolved.
Frank: Well, is there anything you can tell me, or is it time to call John Edward?

Episode Goofs
When Karen is using the credit card to break into John's room, she is on the phone. Before approaching the door, she has the phone between her ear and shoulder. When they close up on her face, while she's opening the door, the phone is no where in sight. When they cut back to her entering the room, the phone is back to her ear.

Cultural References
Frank: You're not the only one with a brain, Mr. Mensa.

Mensa refers to Mensa International, an organization for people with a high IQ.

Frank: Well, is there anything you can tell me, or is it time to call John Edward?

John Edward is a popular psychic that has sold many books and had his own television show.

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